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  1. I'm optimistic that we don't necessarily need to see dramatic improvements on the field in order to realize dramatic improvements on the scoreboard and the final record. The offense was already very productive and very dangerous with a totally new system, new coaching staff, and true freshman QB. There were a lot of games where we racked up tons of yards, but not enough points to reflect the production. Finishing drives and being more consistent throughout 4 quarters will lead to more wins. With an additional year under everyone's belt, I don't think that is too tall of an order.
    6 points
  2. Who were UCF's great and experienced RBs, receivers and OL from their 6-7 2016 season? You can't make this point at all without talking about that. You haven't given evidence that UCF looked better prepared before the 2017 season than Nebraska does now. They had no one returning from the top 100 rushers list and Tre'Quan Smith was #84 nationally for WRs (Spielman was #32 last season). Their top RB that year was Killins, a SO, and Otis Andersen a true freshmen. Their top 3 receivers were a Jr, So, Sr, the next 3 were all true freshmen. I'm looking at their 2017 roster right now and
    6 points
  3. He actually said as quoted on the article " “This is a crisis created by Trump. This is a crisis created by the administration. And that’s why there’s hordes coming.” Acknowledging a large amount of people are currently at the border but not coming in illegally doesn't prove that illegals are a problem. It proves there are a lot of people at the border. Also, Trump said it would be ok to shoot them. There are some things you shouldn't joke about. Taking human life, no matter what, shouldn't be joked about. If you're a trump supporter (a
    5 points
  4. Ssshhh, Whaddya tryin' to do, get another player in trouble? Of course he was alone.
    4 points
  5. Okay, this sucks. Wouldn’t have guessed this would be so difficult but each pick takes out a five year window. To make it easier (I thought) I ranked the importance of the position groups based on Nebraska’s usual style of play or at least how important I perceive these groups to usually be. Had to start with the best possible lines up front. I also gave more weight to the list of names rather than specific years those names performed great. So a guy who may not have played as much as a frosh or soph but was awesome later in his career got weighted highly for all years he played. It was workin
    3 points
  6. Here's a 2017 preview for UCF, I think you are overestimating what they had going into the season. https://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2017/4/25/15400678/central-florida-football-2017-preview-schedule-roster
    3 points
  7. OU just landed 1 of their top backs on their board and are no longer interested in Sevion. Things could change but it sounds like we are in the driver's seat here.
    3 points
  8. We're supposed to applaud Trump for threatening Mexico with a gigantic tax hike ON US because conservatives are comically afraid of brown people and obviously the answer is more border guards, walls, etc.
    3 points
  9. I sure as hell don't, but at the same time he is not a great reflection on our University right now. I really hope the kid can grow up and grow up fast. He should have felt he was on thin ice well before the drug paraphernalia issue came out.
    3 points
  10. Milton and the UCF offense showed a major improvement between year 1 and 2, but IMO much of the credit also goes to RBs, receivers & OL who understood the system much better and gave Frost more play calling options. This makes me think the improvement will be less at Nebraska. JD Speilman, Mo and Warner are the only experienced skill players returning, and if bad luck happens we may not have Mo, and JD could be hindered by concussions. Throw in a new center, and this offense does not have the same level of experience with Frost's offense as the UCF team did in year two.
    2 points
  11. Here are comments about the 2017 UCF depth chart before their first game: Of note on the depth chart: There are 15 upperclassmen listed on the defensive two-deep, including five of six on the defensive line. The Knights list 15 total freshmen on the depth chart, including 10 true freshmen. Seven of 10 true freshmen are on the offense and four are wide receivers. OFFENSE After setting a UCF freshman record for completions in 2016, McKenzie Milton returns to lead a young group of quarterbacks. Freshmen Noah Vedral and D
    2 points
  12. so much for being progressive - talking openly about policy ideas. The DNC may find a way yet to blow this election against Trump in 2020
    2 points
  13. Ehhh turns out Tanner Lee was pretty proven
    2 points
  14. Where have you seen people saying he'll have a bigger year than Martinez? There are arguments to be had about how good he could be/will be, but I have not seen anyone (even OSU fans) predicting a bigger year than Martinez. All players start from having accomplished nothing, but we get excited about them anyway. This time of year is all about hype anyway, gotta be excited about something and the shiny new players are appealing. Are you quashing the Wan'Dale hype as well?
    2 points
  15. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/answer-sheet/wp/2017/01/29/why-so-many-college-students-decide-to-transfer/ This article says roughly 38% of students transfer at least once, 45% of those transferring more than once during their college education. https://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2018/5/14/17329390/ncaa-transfer-rule-changes-2018 This article says football players on the FBS level transfer at about a 13% clip
    2 points
  16. It's really early on Adrian Martinez, but really tempting. Certainly worth freeing up players from the glory eras. Or to put it another way; look what Adrian Martinez did with units that wouldn't come close to anyone's "best of" lists.
    2 points
  17. Don't necessarily agree. You're assuming that just because a player doesn't have game experience, they are going to come into the season as green to the system as the starters last year. That simply isn't the case. ALL players (starters and backups) will have been in the system for two full springs, a season and two fall camps. That is very very different than the entire team coming into spring and fall camp not even knowing what they are supposed to do in drills....etc.
    2 points
  18. The OP's theory actually isn't that bad. It's pretty much a hodge podge roster right now heading into year 2 with some leftovers from Riley that honestly aren't very talented / some really, really good incoming true freshmen / some guys that redshirted last year that are honestly just total unknowns one way or the other. If Duvall & Greg Austin can get our big guys into that nasty, gritty mindset headed into September and Martinez has time to throw the ball, we will seriously destroy probably 8 out of the 12 teams on our schedule with a floor of a nine win season. If they don't
    2 points
  19. Another day, another Trump supporter threatening to kill congressmen. This guy has the whole Fox News/Brietbart playbook memorized.
    2 points
  20. I don't think all those 1990s fit withing the rules either
    2 points
  21. I thought this was a new way to frame this discussion and frankly should be a bit more disturbing for those of us lacking somewhat in perspective. I know his words kind of struck me in a way that this hadn't before.
    2 points
  22. Troy Aikman, Vince Ferragamo, Baker Mayfield, and as Nebfanatic pointed out there are several poised to make an impact moving forward in Fields, Martell, etc. Not a quarterback example, but do you think Tre Neal lacked mental fortitude? Rumor was he was not going to start at UCF, which factored into his transfer decision. I think kids are just realizing 4-5 years is not a lot of time, and if you're not playing at Clemson/Alabama/Georgia there are still plenty of places you can play. Especially at QB where only one guy plays. And in this case Fields a better fit for Ohio State's off
    2 points
  23. This is a walk off home run, right here.
    2 points
  24. Frost really killing it on recruiting trail, today he is in TX visiting some real studs!
    2 points
  25. Here’s one that pissed me off after watching the movie on the Central Park 5 that by itself should have been enough for people not to vote for him. They had DNA from the scene and none of it matched any of the 5 boys. They were 14-16 and some were interrogated without their parents there and 4 didn’t have lawyers there. A serial rapist confessed to the crime in 2002 and they took his DNA, and it matched the DNA from the scene. Trump in 2016: Someone who is too stupid or too racist or too unwilling to admit their prior mistakes t
    2 points
  26. I disagree with this sentiment. We will be a team no defense wants to face starting this year. There were already flashes a year ago despite all the early season frustration. After a year in the system and with much stronger buy in from the players I forsee us playing more consistently than last year and finishing drives with points instead of sputtering. This season we will see an offense unlike anything we have had in the past 20 years.
    2 points
  27. I agree that our D will be much improved, I just don't think the O will make the same jump that the UCF O did in year 2 because we will have too many key O players that are in year 1. I think we will be better, but the improvement will not be as dramatic as it was for UCF.
    2 points
  28. Just what Mo needs: more trouble with the law.
    2 points
  29. All four drafted and played at least two or three seasons in the NFL. Prince is still playing.
    2 points
  30. There is a lot of truth to what you have stated in this thread - however it is equal to or out weighted by the fact that this staff has had 4ish years together and they have become much more efficient at running this ship. Either way, it's going to be fun to watch it play out....
    1 point
  31. Watched Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas last night...
    1 point
  32. Good for the donor for speaking up, there are plenty of ways to spend that money in ways that might actually go toward overturning the law in AR or getting assistance to women from the state that need help now that their state is opting not to support them. I'm sure if he/she was telling folks to boycott the University, they are happy to take back the funding. And I guess it's admirable that the university (or at least trustees) feel so strongly about something and they are sticking by that. Far more an example to set than the GOP who talks morals and ethics and refuses to return
    1 point
  33. ^^^ Another sign of the Cult of Trump. Trumpism is a personality cult- it has gripped the minds of his followers. If he said to drink the poison Kool-aid they would fight for the first cup.
    1 point
  34. I getcha. Although, individual improvement for Milton/Martinez is of course related to but also quite different than dissecting the offense's overall improvement for both teams. I'll mainly be measuring Marinez's improvement by looking at completion percentage (which honestly was already insanely good in year one), reading defenders a bit better so as to not throw into coverage, and making good calls on zone read running plays. Those pretty much mainly are analyzed in a vacuum by themselves except for offensive line play. If the line doesn't hold up, it's hard to blame the quarter
    1 point
  35. I wonder how many pots everybody has smoken? They seem to be high on the dope I tell ya.
    1 point
  36. This is true, but on paper (and I believe in reality), UCF’s talent level was quite a bit worse than Nebraska’s as well. Maybe we have too many players who haven’t shown that talent on the field yet but I trust it’s coming with the better coaching I believe they’re receiving.
    1 point
  37. I was wondering the same thing. If Mexico does a cost benefit analysis and decides adding more border security costs more than they get from it, then why do it?
    1 point
  38. Agreed. Though, I'm not sure it's a complete win for American people if it does work.... The part that is annoying is that the Mexican government has to be threatened or persuaded to protect their own borders.
    1 point
  39. Wow lol that is a bold comparison to say the least. They should probably keep quiet considering what happened up there under their last coach...
    1 point
  40. I think you can continue to try and temper your own expectations with stuff like this, or you can relax and allow yourself to drink the kool aid. No they aren't going 12-0, but the days of crushing disappointment are ending. Have some fun!
    1 point
  41. These are all pretty solid, but you don't have to be old to reach back and grab Johnny Rodgers over Demornay Pierson-El.
    1 point
  42. Kinda funny that ours is considered tough when it’s easier than last year’s.
    1 point
  43. https://www.tennisrecruiting.net/list.asp?id=1199 Huskers landed a good looking prospect from California: Andre Saleh rated #57 nationally. 19-6 record including 10-6 vs Blue Chip, Five Star, and Four star players. Should be a nice building block for Coach Maymi to work with going forward. http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=211780766
    1 point
  44. Dead to Me seems promising. Edit: Finished it up and highly recommend it if you like dark comedy. Though, it’s more dark than comedy.
    1 point
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