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  2. The irony is when the dumb*** left a note saying justice is coming and a few days later he was arrested. But "Attempted coup"? Like it can be called anything else? Lets break these two words down. at·tempt verb past tense: attempted; past participle: attempted 1. Make an effort to achieve or complete (something, typically a difficult task or action). coup noun 1. A sudden, violent, and illegal seizure of power fr
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  3. You should have read the entire post...
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  4. If they don't impeach this a$$h@!e imagine if he gets elected again. Republican senators better keep that in mind. They should not leave it to chance.
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  5. I agree. However, that's not what happened, and that's why it makes Scarlet Revival's attempts at comparison asinine. The fabric of these situations are so cataclysmically different that discussing them as if they're on an equal playing field would make all of us more unintelligent for it. And, again, it's nothing more than a red herring. As someone who is neither liberal or conservative, it seems like the vast majority of your arguments usually devolve into R's vs. D's, or trying to compare something perceived as 'bad' among the D's to something perceived as 'bad' amon
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  6. open your eyes. if you don't see the money trail heading back to trump.....you are being willfully blind to it. trump is selling pardons in case you can't see it yourself. and if you try to deny it...just remember...trump is selling pardons.
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  7. Remember when people said they just couldn't vote for Hillary because of the "pay to play" allegations? LOL. Prospect of Pardons in Final Days Fuels Market to Buy Access to Trump WASHINGTON — As President Trump prepares to leave office in days, a lucrative market for pardons is coming to a head, with some of his allies collecting fees from wealthy felons or their associates to push the White House for clemency, according to documents and interviews with more than three dozen lobbyists and lawyers. The brisk market
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  8. Getting annoyed seeing these headlines about fights within the church over Trump. This should be a complete non issue for a couple reasons. a) no Christian in their right mind should support Trump and b) churches shouldn't be talking politics enough to know how many support or don't support a politician.
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  9. I guess I don't know that we can say at this point that depth will be an issue. Inexperience behind the starters is an issue but that's almost a given when you return three starters. We don't know if our backup linemen are that good. Neither does basically anyone else in the country. We also didn't recruit the OL particularly well for several years. In the 2016 class, only Farniok became a regular starter. Wilson started some. Raridon and Brokop were non-factors. In the 2017 class, Jaimes was a great get but Bando, Walker and Sichterman are busts. In the 2018 c
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  10. Solich was a Cornhusker thru and thru. He didn't deserve to be fired they way he was. Say what you want, I liked him. Could he have kept the program, top ten ? He never got the chance to try, so we will never know. GBR!!!
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  11. No one was worse then us at it for a year and a half. Sometimes it felt like once a drive. And the ravens qb got hurt cause of it today.
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  12. The Ravens had to change centers in the middle of the year because they were having snapping issues. But this only ever happens to us.
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  13. Career after leaving Nebraska Frank Solich- MAC head coach, nothing particularly exceptional Bill Callahan- NFL offensive line coach for 10 years, offensive coordinator for 3 years Bo Pelini- FCS head coach, was about to get fired from that job before becoming LSU defensive coordinator. Got fired as LSU defensive coordinator after just one year. Mike Riley- Unemployed Scott Frost- Doubt he’ll do well in the job market after he gets fired. He certainly shouldn’t, since he’s the worst coach yet.
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  14. IIRC, didn’t Solich get looks early on during his tenure at Ohio, but he stayed at Ohio because his family’s from Ohio and one of his parents wasn’t doing too well (and later passed on)? I mean, I get that we’re all about dredging up the past because we’re in off-season again, but I remember there being interest for Solich early on by schools—it’s just after he kept passing on the offers, they stopped coming in.
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  15. Because recruiting had noticeably dropped off, he had off-the-field issues, and he was in over his head as HC at a school like Nebraska.
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  16. Few things to note... he also beat a Kansas team that was 2-10, they also beat Penn State and Pittsburgh. He’s seven wins away from being Ohio’s all time winningest coach, led them to their first bowl game win, they’ve gone to bowl games 10 out of the last 11 years, including five in a row while winning the last three (bowl game stats do not include 2020). Oddly enough the last time Solich won a CCG, so did Nebraska. He’s been a nice little coaching hire for Ohio. Not great but extremely solid as stated. Just didn’t appreciate the negative context everything else was put in. Nobody w
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  17. Yea. He definitely hasn't dominated in that conference.
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  18. I just clicked on the first post thinking Solich finally retired or Ohio fired him. I was really confused for a minute.... Also, did Huskerboard only have like 4 members in 2003? This topic didn't even make a page on the crazy small number of posts per page we're stuck with now!
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  19. Well ... to be fair, it's much harder to win a conference when ... you know ... you're not in a conference.
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  20. They did, the year after the Paterno scandal came to light. Fun fact I just learned. Did you know Penn State only has 4 conference titles in history? 4! http://www.winsipedia.com/penn-state Nebraska has 46 for reference.
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  21. If I remember right Ohio beat Penn State a few years ago.
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  22. With that being said, why are we rehashing this dead horse now? In early January 2042, 18 years after we finally fire Scott Frost after he finishes his sixth straight losing season, are people going to bump threads about Frost’s firing, and argue we shouldn’t have fired him? All I really care about is that our current coach is the worst in Nebraska history, and he’s probably going to be coach through the 2023 season.
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  23. I think the Solich firing was justified and really should have been done after 2002. The lack of success of his successors is frankly completely unrelated to whether Solich’s firing was justified. The guy ended up at Ohio U after he was fired at Nebraska, and I’m not aware of him even getting consideration for a higher profile job. For all fans of other teams critics Nebraska for the Solich firing, it is odd how none of them were willing to hire Solich or seemingly even consider him. And Solich’s tenure at Ohio has been solid but nothing really that spectacular. He never has won the
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  24. No Billy C. Blindsided again. although I like Bill C. I think he did a good job. And I don’t care what the popular opinion is of him. The football landscape was changing rapidly. Who knows how Frank would have fared. This was fun to read. And a few of the OGs were prophetic about Pederson
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  25. Neither did your user name.
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  26. If you go back to around the second to last page of this board, there's a poster that stated, "Joe Daily makes me moist."
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  27. Banks will 100% stay at tackle. Depth is gonna be a problem next year.
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