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  1. I mean, someone in the media recorded him, secretly, held on to that recording and then dumped it to the public. That is pretty much media being out to get him. Ha And Dirk wrote that creepy article about Bo having a nervous tick.
    7 points
  2. Bo's obsession that the media was out to get him is just... I'm glad he's gone. He's got a DC's mentality but just can't do the off-field things needed by a HC today.
    4 points
  3. I wasn't asking you for a conversation, you clearly don't understand them anyway.
    3 points
  4. Forgot to login to your burner? Either that or is it fun to talk to thyself? Think he could have got in but not with an official.
    3 points
  5. In the grand grand scheme of things it's the British, French, and Russian's fault.
    3 points
  6. 2 points
  7. My brother-in-law's cousin (unvaccinated) died in Texas yesterday from complications due to COVID and she was unable to get into an ICU bed because they were full. Unrelated to her death, I ran into a college friend of mine yesterday. He's in his last year of residency in Omaha and he's in the pulmonary/ICU rotation. He's averaging about 80 hours per week right now and the hospital has removed hour limitations so that they can work as long as needed. He's spending a good chunk of his time still fighting with families who don't believe their loved one has COVID (fighting as in... he has to call the family to give them status updates and the families are insolent and verbally abusive). Things obviously aren't as bad in Omaha as they are other places, but most medical professionals are mentally and physically exhausted... and the solution to the problem is out there. Too many people just refuse to buy into it.
    2 points
  8. Wait... weren't you on here crying about how we were never going to leave and how there would always be an excuse for staying? And now when we beat it in haste like you wanted you're here crying about the ramifications? Can't make this up. Still waiting for that imminent Syrian invasion btw.
    2 points
  9. Starting to piece together why teach has such a huge problem with firefighters. This upends my theory that a fireman stole his girl.
    2 points
  10. Here is what I have learned, I thought Solich should have been fired, I was wrong I was excited about Callahan, I was wrong I thought Bo should have been fired, I was wrong I was excited about Riley, I was wrong I thought Frost was the savior, I appear to be wrong (that can still change) I am probably an average, stupid, hopeful, still want to see greatness again, Husker Fan. I just want the season to start so we can complain/celebrate something different.
    2 points
  11. Thank you for proving my earlier point about going out of your way to avoid giving him any credit. Definitely highlight the misses he had and completely ignore that his last full class (2014) had six NFL players in it.
    2 points
  12. How many plastic cups and shooters would be left behind if people were allowed to buy beer? Sounds like we need to run an experiment
    2 points
  13. No s#!t. This is like complaining that the tailgate lots might have some trash after the people leave.
    2 points
  14. The Center has two jobs. One is to block, the other is to SNAP THE BALL PROPERLY, ESPECIALLY IN A SHOTGUN OR PISTOL FORMATION! How can a QB, any QB, read the schematically understood, unblocked defender whilst simultaneously exerting unnecessary motion to FIND AND CATCH THE SNAP? I would think such an accomplished, decorated, clearly superior in every quantifiable metric coach/man would understand the dual role of the Center position on the offensive line. Edit: The Center has 3 jobs, usually. That position makes the line calls for the other offensive linemen.
    2 points
  15. You are correct that he didn't mention electoral concerns in the post. But others elsewhere certainly have. But @Frott Scostcertainly means anti Vax folks can "f@$k off..and die". Probably not the same stance libs had back in March/April of last year, because it was liberal States and cities. But now that it is the deep red South its "if they die, they die"
    2 points
  16. They are taking the region winner plus the runner up since they are not allowing teams from outside the USA to participate this year.
    2 points
  17. Hospitals actually would prefer to be pretty full. It’s how they are profitable and expand.
    2 points
  18. It was me that "+1"ed. I wanted to claim that before people assumed @teachercd was "liking" his own posts. He wouldn't do that. Experienced posters know he's too busy prepping pickup lines for college chicks since his going to the bars in Lincoln in a few short weeks...
    2 points
  19. End thread this is the most correct take.
    2 points
  20. Slightly obfuscated racism is flourishing?!?! Did a acorn fall on your head?
    2 points
  21. Now the ACC is involved? Sounds like a response by everyone to the SEC and ESPN trying to corner the entire market while simultaneously destroying their competition.
    2 points
  22. Really?...did you read the couple posts above yours?
    2 points
  23. this is not a commentary on anything that has happened since Bo got fired. Separate issues to me. But this interview confirmed everything I didn’t like about Bo and why I think he sucks at being in charge of things in general. Glad he’ll never come back.
    2 points
  24. This is really a f#&%ed up post... You really think the "liberals" here would prefer to see people die so some lame Dem candidate can win an election?
    2 points
  25. Because I want normal life back and it's impossible to do with full hospitals. Especially when my wife and I are in healthcare.
    2 points
  26. I have wondered why the liberals on this board keep complaining about the conservatives not getting vaccinated. Some might consider it a bonus.
    2 points
  27. I don't follow recruiting so I am unsure as to who he actually recruited or the class rankings I do know Cally had 2 losing and 2 winning seasons. Bo had 7 winning seasons. So if Bo did better because of "Cally's recruits" how'd he still win at the rate he did at the latter part of his tenure? And why did Cally not win more.... I'm guessing that he was able to better develop the kids than Cally was. I know Ruud commented that BO transformed his game. SUH? beast mode. Converted Baker to DL.....Cody Glen to LB.....SJB to CB....Against OSU......Bo could develop talent IMHO. As could his staff....Helu, Rex, AA, etc... IMHO, recruiting is great, BUT Cally recruited well and we didn't see the results on the field. Development, especially at NU is key. We will never pull in top 5 classes, multiple 5* kids etc....BUT if we can develop (IMHO like Bo) that is a huge step in the right direction.
    2 points
  28. Was Bo's recruiting really bad? I am trying to think of guys he brought in or his staff, I suck at this so correct me if I am wrong. Lavonte David: Possibly a top 3 Husker LBer of all time? Randy G: I still think the biggest freak I have ever seen at that position in a Husker uniform Gomes? Not sure if he was a Pelini recruit Haag? Dennard? Asante: Dude was good I can't remember any WR's except Morgan TEs? I don't know at all
    2 points
  29. Bo probably wins 11 games with the schedule that Frost had during his first season.
    2 points
  30. Firing him was a mistake. We all know it.
    2 points
  31. But But But ... lol Snips from the Wisconsin CFN Review: ...led the team with just 301 yards and two touchdowns in his four games, but ...Wisconsin season might have been a dud by the program’s standards, but ...The line loses Isaiahh Loudermik and Garrett Rand off of the front three, but ...The secondary didn’t have as many problems as the receiving corps, but ... it would be nice if one or three of the O linemen show off next-level talent, but ...It’s Wisconsin and it’s going to run the ball, but ...LB Jack Sanborn, Sr. He’s not all that big, but ...There’s not a lot of flash and he’ll be more about holding firm agains the run on the inside, but ...The Badgers have defensive ends. They lose a few stars, but ...Easy answer … stop turning the ball over but ...Wisconsin’s defense stopped Northwestern dead cold, but ...It went 4-0 when giving it away fewer than twice. But ...Wisconsin has the passer in Graham Mertz, but ...with almost all of it seemingly happening on jet sweeps – but ...Of course, it was 2020 and the Badgers only played in seven games, but ...the success was there even without the pressure behind the line, but ...Berger? He was fine. He averaged over five yards per carry, but ...Penn State, Sept. 4 It’s not against a West team, and it’s not the showdown against Notre Dame at Soldier Field, but ...The Badgers can show they’re back to being the star of the West – or close to it – with a big performance, but
    2 points
  32. Pretty sure if Trump would have won in 2020 that MLB would have played their "Field of Dreams Game" in Kandahar...
    1 point
  33. I understand. But that's why there is a "freak out". The hospitals are running at capacity due to normal requirements. Added pressure can make things very difficult if not impossible to run at normal operating procedures. Nursing shortage, and the impending widening hole in the nursing staff due to required vaccinations, will make things even tougher. The rational discussion about COVID-19 has always been about the healthcare system's ability to care for patients. Only crazy people think "it's not a big deal so quit being chickens" or "wear or mask or we are all dead!!!"
    1 point
  34. I don't think they will move him I just think they will do more sets with WR's.
    1 point
  35. That is always an awful idea. If you need your QB to withstand a bunch of punishment you aren't going to win many games.
    1 point
  36. It is astounding how quickly people play revisionist history and give sympathy to pelini and "regret" the decision to move on simply because eichorst made a blunder of a hire in mike riley. Newsflash, these two events can be independent of one another yet pockets of this fanbase seem to take the glass half full with the bo firing simply due to their disdain of the train wreck that was mike riley. Guy should get credit for a solid run and help restoring some pride in the post Billy C years no doubt. That doesn't mean the same guy shouldn't get some blame for being an uncontrollable hot head who simply couldnt win the games that matter. I give the man credit and thank him for his run here but I also wanted a change. Outside of the husker bubble, the guy was viewed as a f'n laughing stock and not a brand I personally would want associated with the team i follow.
    1 point
  37. Nah. I love Bo but we were at the point where you wouldn’t even have to watch a big night game against a ranked opponent because you knew we’d get embarrassed by four touchdowns. The nine wins mantra gets repeated by those who forget that part, and they forget that we rarely ended the season ranked (for good reason). We were not a top 25 program under Bo after Callahan’s players were out of the program. Our ceiling is higher than that, even though we’ve obviously taken a step back since he left.
    1 point
  38. I don't know which direction this is going in, but Frank won a conference title and played for a natty, while Bo did neither, so...
    1 point
  39. 2011 - lost to an unranked NW team by 3 as a top 10 team, bad. 2011 - lost by 28 to the 20th ranked Michigan team as the #17 ranked team, bad 2012 - lost to Ohio State by 25. Ranked 9 spots lower, fine. 2012 - lost to an unranked Wisconsin team by 39 points as the 14th ranked team, very bad. 2013 - lost to an unranked Minnesota team by 11 as the 25 ranked team, bad. 2013 - lost by 13 to 14th ranked MSU while unranked, fine. 2013 - lost to unranked Iowa by 21 at home, bad. 2014 - lost on road to 10th ranked MSU by 9, fine. 2014 - lost to 22nd ranked Wisconsin by 35, while giving up an NCAA record for rushing, while being ranked #11. Very bad. 2014 - lost to unranked Minnesota by 4 in Lincoln while ranked #22, bad. 10 losses, 3 I deem as fine. That is what actually was occuring, not your revisionist version of it. He lost a lot of games he shouldn't have. Also, Wisconsin wasn't favored in any of those games.
    1 point
  40. I do think Wisconsin has the highest ceiling in the West (or we might if Frost's offense actually clicks), but Iowa is probably a safer bet. The defense is great, so if Mertz takes a big step forward, Berger is healthy and they get that Clemson transfer, and one or two of their receivers actually develop some consistency that's a much better offense than Iowa. Both have great defenses, and both have offense that will likely be mediocre - but Wisconsin's could be good.
    1 point
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