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  1. actually we should thank our lucky stars they got rid of Eichorst when they did- there would have been no way we could have gotten an AD in place fast enough to get Scott Frost on board. Frost himself even indicated in his PC that if he didn't have a solid AD and Administration he wouldn't have come back.
    3 points
  2. Going through old newspapers I’ve kept relating to the Huskers. Ran across the OWH edition of Bo’s firing and laughed at these headlines: Shatel: Eichorst Sounds Like a Man With a Plan Shatel: Don’t Expect AD Eichorst to Flounder as Pederson Did in 03 (No he just set out to destroy our program!) Chaitlain: Eichorst Proves He Understands NU Tradition, Standards (HUH?!) I’ll bet both of these reporters cringe at these articles!
    3 points
  3. I wonder if this is the first position change for several guys. (Farmer to center confirmed?) I thought he played great last year. Maybe the new staff is sold on the current and new crop of LB's that the move is being made to add depth and a spark to the DL. IMHO, Stille was one of the few bright spots on the D last year. Also seems like the weight program is working.... Stille, who is listed at 6-foot-5 and 255 pounds on the school's website, has spent the seven weeks of winter conditioning with head strength coach Zach Duval bulking up and said he's put on about 20 pounds. http://journalstar.com/sports/huskers/football/husker-sophomore-stille-moving-back-to-defensive-line/article_569436cf-d4f5-5392-92a8-89dd0d27b6c6.amp.html
    2 points
  4. Is that what this is all about? Because they're real people, whether you agree with them being here or not.
    2 points
  5. Top of 5th Flyout Groundout Strikeout
    2 points
  6. Bottom of 4th Luckey single Hagge fielders choice, Luckey out at 2nd Repinski lineout Cal Poly pitching change Schreiber strikeout 7-0 Huskers after 4
    2 points
  7. Top of 4th Lineout groundout Groundout
    2 points
  8. Bottom of 3rd Roskam groundout Hallmark strikeout Acker flyout 7-0 Huskers after 3
    2 points
  9. Top of 3rd Reached on error Fielders choice, runner out at 2nd Lineout, runner out at 1st
    2 points
  10. Bottom of 2nd Luckey single Hagge flyout Repinski walks, Luckey to 2nd Schreiber HOMERUN!! Repinski, Luckey and Schreiber Score ! 7-0 Huskers Wilkening flyout Altavilla groundout 7-0 Huskers after 2
    2 points
  11. The thing that is complete BS is when you make it seem as if a majority of illegal citizens are drug dealers and rapists when the facts say they are actually one of the most law abiding groups of people outside of laws regarding citizenship
    2 points
  12. Top of 2nd flyout groundout hit by pitch Groundout
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  13. Bottom of 1st Hagge walks Repinski walks, Hagge to 2nd Schreiber singles, Repinski to 2nd, Hagge to 3rd Wilkening flyout, Schreiber to 2nd, Repinski to 3rd, Hagge Scores 1-0 Huskers Altavilla walks Roskam doubles, Altavilla to 3rd, Schreiber and Repinski Score 3-0 Huskers Hallmark flyout, Roskam to 3rd, Altavilla Scores 4-0 Huskers Acker flyout 4-0 Huskers after 1
    2 points
  14. Top of 1st Groundout single runner caught stealing single strikeout
    2 points
  15. Yeah but there is also a "best dog poop"... Being the best of a bad category is probably nothing worth quibbling over.
    2 points
  16. Then you wpuld know illegal aliens are less likely to engage in criminal activity(outside of being here illegaly, working here illegaly, ect.) Than the citizens of the United States. There are alot of people here illegally. Not very many of them are criminals but its just a very visable minority that is used for political warfare https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2018/01/18/trumps-claim-that-immigrants-bring-tremendous-crime-is-still-wrong/
    2 points
  17. One month later and we are still the Huskies
    2 points
  18. My daughter informs me that having joined the Gay-Straight Alliance at her high school, there was no shortage of enlightened California GenZ males willing to call her a dyke. This week she met with her teacher about the film project she's directing. The teacher -- a woman -- spoke almost exclusively to her assistant director, a boy. The thing I've hated most about the last couple years is learning that things I really thought had changed, really haven't.
    2 points
  19. Bottom of 8th Hagge groundout Repinski doubles Schreiber walks Wilkening walks, Schreiber to 2nd, Repinski to 3rd Altavilla singles, Wilkening to 2nd, Schreiber to 3rd, Repinski scores 10-2 Huskers Roskam singles, Altavilla to 3rd, Wilkening and Schreiber score 12-2 Huskers Hallmark singles, Roskam to 2nd, Altavilla scores 13-2 Huskers Cal Poly pitching change Acker popout Luckey flyout 13-2 Huskers after 8
    1 point
  20. Top of 8th Hood to pitch for Waldron Walk Flyout Walk, runner to 2nd Engelken to pitch for Hood Lineout Runners advance to 2nd and 3rd on balk Hit by pitch Strikeout
    1 point
  21. Top of 7th Flyout Groundout Single Hit by pitch, runner to 2nd Lineout
    1 point
  22. What impresses me is that Bill Moos, according to the story, took two months of listening to what people had to say before he made any changes. So often, CEOs (that's really what Moos is) make changes in their respective organizations and they never once ask those "on the ground" what they think of the changes. As an anecdotal example: where I work the CEO wanted to give a certain company preference ahead of all the other companies we do business with because of the amount of money they spent. Seems logical right? Take care of your best customer? Problem was, by prioritizing a certain company, all other orders had to wait until that particular company was taken care of. Orders went from being fulfilled at roughly 92% on time metric to less than 75% and the majority of our other customers started complaining also. So, after 6 months, we went back to just filling orders as they came in. All of this could have easily been avoided if the "big brain" would have just asked us nobodies who do 99% of the heavy lifting what we thought. Terrific leaders make the best decisions when they start asking for feedback from the ground up. Bill Moos seems like he's that kind of leader. Talk to the people first who will be the most affected by the decision/change. Sometimes what seems like a good idea in theory or on paper doesn't work in reality.
    1 point
  23. For comparison, he has a presence like Quincy Enunwa. He plays strong and is very aggressive when he goes for the ball. He is a better athlete than Q and even bigger. He plays at a very good program which is also in the best division in CA. Nebraska needs to stay on this kid. He outplayed 5 star kids, who were 2-3 years older than him, when he was 12.
    1 point
  24. well duh....obama wasn't appointing RWNJ's.
    1 point
  25. Of course Frost is going to say that. He wants to pump them up. That team, especially on defense sucked. It was aided by very, very bad coaching. You guys need to learn not to get sucked up by offseason PR. It's the main reason you get sucked in and find yourself on the ledge by Week 6.
    1 point
  26. This is very cool. The reason Republicans dominate state-level politics at the moment isn't because their politics are better. It's because groups like the Koch Brothers have figured their dollars go a LOT further in state & local races than they do in federal ones that get more attention. Shifting more resources to these races is a necessary shift if liberals want to regain a foothold in non-blue states. Not my favorite 2020 candidate but this is awesome. Go Liz!
    1 point
  27. I'm just guessing here but maybe the top (most senior) administrator for women's (not men's) sports. The other choice would be the highest ranking female (not male) administrator in the athletic department. That seems a little archaic so I doubt it's the latter.
    1 point
  28. I stopped watching CC a long time ago. It went downhill after John Stewart left.
    1 point
  29. Agreed. DB (in his often candid yet riddle-like manner) hinted on his show yesterday that he knows of some specific guys whom are definitely feeling the pressure of 'I better show up or I'm going to be left in the dust.' What I took from his statements is that the players who weren't doing the right things know it and they know the new culture and expectation Frost brought is not going to lend itself to trying to just get by. Frost isn't going to make things easy for any of them and, if they didn't know it before, they're figuring it out now.
    1 point
  30. Kids being recruited today were barely alive or not even born the last time Nebraska had any sense of value or tradition. If they understand any of what happened in the 90's, it's because their parents are telling them about it. From the moment Tom Osborne insisted Frank Solich be named the head coach after he retired, all sense of identity started to slowly dissipate into what just transpired last season. 20 years of irrelevancy is the identity of this program right now. Until there is a coach or a team that changes that, I wouldn't bank on the "love of the Huskers" as any kind of test whether an in-state kid will do anything great for the team. Good players want to go where they think they can win. Having said that, I admire every local kid today that says they have always loved the Huskers. It speaks volumes to their loyalty. And that should be appreciated.
    1 point
  31. I’m sorry but Nebraska needed help from several teams the last week of the season to win the outright championship in a very weak conference. Sure it was nice to win the Conference but to have another embarrassing showing in the B1G tournament and regionals for the 3rd straight year is embarrassing hence the miserable comment. Erstad in his 6th year still can’t develop his players. There’s no growth at all especially at pitching. Can you honestly say that you’ve seen improvement in the baseball program under Erstad?
    1 point
  32. I'm in 311s first music video I tackled Ahman Green once. I filled the hole, saw him coming, I turtled up as he was about to truck me and he tripped. Grew up in Bellevue and played pick up basketball with Erick Strickland and Andre Woolridge. Played soccer against Reggie Baul, incredibly fast, but horrible soccer player. I'm surprised anyone wanted to give him a college scholarship in that sport.
    1 point
  33. Went to Texas to visit my brother and meet my hero Earl Campbell. He didn't show up and i had to "settle" for meeting Mickey Mantle. I was very let down at 15, but looking back i probably shouldn't have been. I beat Gerry Gdowski in a 400 meter race once . It was just us there, but WE know ! Disclaimer , he still continually kicked my ass in every other sport all through school, but there was that one time... I met Michael Jackson's dad at the Flamingo in Vegas. I met Jenna Jameson at a "Club" once. I won a shrimp eating contest at Bonanza , God i hate shrimp now. so yeah i basically got nuthin. lol good idea for a thread though
    1 point
  34. There is nothing wrong with talking about what makes a man masculin. I agree reed with tech though. It’s somewhat in the eye of the beholder. My list would include: Being confident enough in yourself to fully respect others who may not be as strong or capable as you are no matter if that’s a woman, man or child.....but,have that special “it” that can kick in when it’s needed to kill that huge spider, chop firewood or save a damsel in distress.....and still be able to French braid your daughters hair if need be.
    1 point
  35. Has a nasty bull rush in his hudl film and great pursuit. Keep that California pipeline open!
    1 point
  36. On the topic of assimilation, I do think it's important that immigrants learn English. Following our laws seems like a no brainer but since that Dr. was caught performing female genital mutilation in the U.S., it's something that sticks out to me as something pretty damn important.
    1 point
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