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  1. Honest question - How many CFB teams have OCs that their fans actually like? 5?
    19 points
  2. Thurston from Pender: "Coach will you be running the damn ball 99.9% of the time? If not, I'll throw myself into The Dredge."
    14 points
  3. The professionalism difference of this press conference vs the frat party of the last time is significant. Props to Trev.
    13 points
  4. Coach, Mark from Youngstown, but you can call me Bo. Just wondering how you plan to install an "us vs. the world" mentality and what's your preferred method of losing your cool on the sidelines?
    11 points
  5. "Hi coach, Luke from Cincinnati. Who is your agent?".
    10 points
  6. NU is coming off a 3-win and 4-win season. Why are we ringing our hands on retaining coaches, who generally sucked?
    9 points
  7. If you are not pumped after this press conference, I am not sure anything can get you pumped up. Both Trev and Rhule knocked it out of the park!
    9 points
  8. 7 years late, but got my dude.
    8 points
  9. Scott from Wood River here - Coach, how much would you pay for a used Golden Tee game? I will take a best offer right now.
    8 points
  10. You can do whatever you want as a fan. Why do you feel the need for everyone else to limit their fun because they can handle if they’re disappointed better than others?
    7 points
  11. "It's gonna take everybody, everybody who bleeds red, to get the Nebraska Cornhuskers to where they're supposed to be." Did you hear that? He's asking for advice from HuskerBoard!
    7 points
  12. The contrast between Rhule and Frost couldn't be greater. I hope it shows up quickly on the field also. I have to think the players will be impressed with the guy along wt the recruits.
    7 points
  13. Cept one - just told my daughter I better not see her on the live stream and she better have her butt in class. She says, "What live stream? I'm in Calc right now."
    7 points
  14. Here is more about Satterfield's career. He does not have a great deal of OC experience so that is concerning. Also, he served as a head coach at Tennessee Tech and went 6-16 in his time there and was fired after his 2nd season. I am fearful that Rhule is just bringing in buddies and not the best staff candidates in the nation. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcus_Satterfield
    7 points
  15. "Hey Coach, Matt from Tecumseh here, let me know if you ever need a night off from the wife and kids. I can have an Uber pick you up from the coach's office and you can meet me at Gate 25."
    7 points
  16. I wanted to start a thread on the positives of hiring Matt Rhule. There will always be doubters and distractors. But at this moment it is time for Husker Nation to come together and bring positive energy into our program. We've had too much negativity over the past 8 years. So lets look at the numbers as to why this is a good hire - and I'm not talking about on the field numbers. Some tongue in cheek here as I do a Di Vince code play wt the numbers that came to my mind The signs that the Solich Curse & the Bo Curse (firing 9 win coaches) are now broken : 5: Runza -Frank - Rhule all have 5 letters. It is meant to be. Rhule was hired to end the Solich Curse 5 also stands for "freedom, Independence, individuality, adaptability, and "life lessons learned through experience". Husker fans have learned from the school of hard knocks and the primary lesson: Humility and Patience 7 stands for Completeness, wholeness - Iowa's win streak over the Huskers stopped at 7. That cycle has been completed. The lessons have been learned (see # 5) 8 Victory, Prosperity & overcoming The last game of the season providing a new start - after 8 years in the wilderness. On the 8th year we beat Iowa in the last game. Victory over Iowa was a preview of things to come Also 8 year contract - FIRST TO NAME IT - NC WINNER IN YEAR 8 OR BEFORE !! 9 - The # of letters in "Matt Rhule". 9 stands for completion. The finalization of a cycle. Thus, the Solich/Bo Curse is completed. The cycle is over. We can proclaim it as so - SO BE IT! 11 # of letters in "Trev Alberts" & # of letters in "Frank Solich" - 11 stands of awakening, enlightenment, contentment and good fortune - This is where we are headed as a program. Ok seriously: I like the Rhule hiring because it gives the us much needed positive experience at the HC position. Let's face it: Frost was still a novice HC when he was hired and Riley's experience - while long term- wasn't very successful. Rhule is a developer and a builder and that is what we need at Nebraska. By the way - I looked up those number meanings on the internet - I'm not into new age numerology So what do you find positive about the Rhule hiring??
    6 points
  17. Why would any bitterness be understandable? Mickey had an opportunity, albeit not an extremely fair one, and his results weren’t enough to earn the job. I don’t think he should be bitter at all. I would understand if he doesn’t want to stick around but bitter? Nah, unless he’s being unreasonable about it.
    6 points
  18. This x1,000. I don't care what Rhule's record is anymore. The fact that his hire got the reporters mic'd up is a win over almost two decades of fans having to guess what question the reporters were pissing the coach off with.
    6 points
  19. I think it's possible that there will be Co-OCs. And perhaps they would give Mickey that title as an incentive to stay and/or validate a bigger salary. Possibly a Passing Game Coordinator would be more appropriate but that's probably splitting hairs.
    6 points
  20. def can tell his dad is a pastor on how he speaks...
    6 points
  21. Gamecock fan here...just dropped in to see how Nebraska fans are feeling about the hire, since it was rather unexpected for us. I am personally conflicted. If you asked me 3 weeks ago, I'd have packed his bags for you. But then you have the last games of our season. To put it mildly, our offense was trash for the first 10 games this season. Then, out of nowhere, it was unbelievably potent in the game against Tennessee and looked very good against Clemson. Beamer was adamant after the UT game that Satt was calling plays. Some fans are skeptical because our offense in the last 2 games bore little resemblance to our offense in the first 10 games. If it was Satt calling plays, it begs the question, why did he wait 11 games to try something different? If it was indeed Satt calling plays the last 2 games, most fans were ok with him coming back to have another go round with Rattler. At this point, most on our side are ok with him moving on and see it as a chance for us to upgrade. Will be interesting to see how it works out long-term for both sides. As an outsider, I'm surprised Rhule didn't make a move for someone more established/dynamic as an OC, but he knows Satt better than any of us. It was just such a strange situation for our offense to go from 23 games of mostly forgettable offensive performances under Satt to a historic offensive performance in the final 2 games.
    6 points
  22. 1- New OC, hasn’t called a play yet 2- Fans crucify him 3- Fans have suggestions 4- Profit
    6 points
  23. "Coach, hey there, first off it is great to meet you, secondly, I noticed that sometimes you sort of shake your knee a bit, mind if I write a 2,000 word article about that? Oh and sorry, my name is Dirk"
    6 points
  24. Even though it was a joke ... This year at South Carolina they had 389 rushing attempts and 372 passing attempts - 51.1% rushing. But they were much more effective passing the ball. They were #41 in the country in passing yards per game at 257.8. #24 in passing yards per attempt at 8.3. #103 in rushing yards per game at 123.25. #89 in rushing yards per attempt at 3.8.
    6 points
  25. First to ask "What is his historical run-pass ratio???"!!! Honestly, I don't need the answer. It was a joke question.
    6 points
  26. Good job (sarc) all you flight tracking dweebs. He walked amongst us and you missed him.
    5 points
  27. I think the sellout streak is safe for another year.
    5 points
  28. Those are filled with all the hot air from know-it-all Husker fans
    5 points
  29. Just watched the presser. I was wrong. This man is impressive. He is a leader and has as good of chance as any to change our direction.
    5 points
  30. Very careful not to say things about the current team that could be considered demeaning/negative.
    5 points
  31. Easily the best behind the podium since T.O.
    5 points
  32. 5 points
  33. "Suck it up, buttercup: here's your enrollment papers for Lincoln Southwest."
    5 points
  34. Some game highlights from 2019 if interested in seeing their offense & defense under Matt Rhule. (3 min of highlights) (4 minutes of highlights) (OT game highlights) (Big game vs OU 6 minutes of highlights)
    5 points
  35. I expect him to outperform Luke Fickell at Wisconsin since Trev thinks Rhule was a better hire than Fickell.
    5 points
  36. I thought there was a helium shortage, Trev.
    4 points
  37. You can buy a lot of Runza for $9.25 million per year.
    4 points
  38. Tennessee fan here. South Carolina fans are elated he is gone. Offense and Rattler struggled mightily most of the year before showing life in the last 2 games. I've seen the rumor that Freddie Kitchens who is currently an analyst for the Gamecocks called plays against Tennessee and Clemson. Who knows? Hopefully Satterfield works out in Lincoln. I'm hoping the Huskers return to glory and start to give Michigan and Ohio State a run for their money.
    4 points
  39. Rhule: $750k MJ: 1 mill Rhule: 1.2 mill…take it or leave it. MJ: I’ll take it Rhule: Playin hard ball, huh? 1.4 MJ: ok Rhule: You shrewd bastard! 1.5, final offer!
    4 points
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