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About jacobeharding

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  • Birthday 04/11/1979

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    Mostly family life, but I'm also a sports enthusiast and a music nut.
  1. You have some good points and for the most part I agree with you, but being from a Husker fan from Nebraska I feel that he isn't helping our image none. That's just me though; it seems that most people don't feel the way I do. But why would Raiola and Vanden Bosch be more of a reflection than Suh? He certainly isn't hurting it. I haven't read one article about how Suh's "troubled" NFL career is taking recruits away from Nebraska. Neither have I, but my opinion is the minority and I have nothing to do with recruiting and I don't follow it that much. My view point is from a Husker fan that was born and raised in Nebraska, so I see his actions in the NFL as WTF? If he has maturity issues then what the hell was doing in college? Where you are supposed to learn how to be an adult. He could be struggling with the schemes offenses are putting in to deal with his physical abilities, maybe the higher level he is playing against, or perhaps coming to realize just how much money was thrown at him at a young age. True and he is getting double teamed constantly, which is very frustrating because it limits him, and I'm sure he was provoked. I doubt that an untied shoe provoked him but something did, but as a professional he has to rise above the petty crap, keep his head calm, and find some way to contribute to the team. That is what a graduate of the University of Nebraska is supposed to do. I'm sure Vanden Bosch or anyone else has had his share of dirty tricks and I don't see any of them stomping anyone or making excuses.
  2. You have some good points and for the most part I agree with you, but being from a Husker fan from Nebraska I feel that he isn't helping our image none. That's just me though; it seems that most people don't feel the way I do. But why would Raiola and Vanden Bosch be more of a reflection than Suh? He certainly isn't hurting it. I haven't read one article about how Suh's "troubled" NFL career is taking recruits away from Nebraska. Well let me put it this way...I won't be playing football at NU next year... LOL. Me neither despite how much they recruit me. (sarcasm implied)
  3. You have some good points and for the most part I agree with you, but being from a Husker fan from Nebraska I feel that he isn't helping our image none. That's just me though; it seems that most people don't feel the way I do. But why would Raiola and Vanden Bosch be more of a reflection than Suh? He certainly isn't hurting it. I haven't read one article about how Suh's "troubled" NFL career is taking recruits away from Nebraska. Neither have I, but my opinion is the minority and I have nothing to do with recruiting and I don't follow it that much. My view point is from a Husker fan that was born and raised in Nebraska, so I see his actions in the NFL as WTF? If he has maturity issues then what the hell was doing in college? Where you are supposed to learn how to be an adult.
  4. Thanks for your concern but I think I can handle it.
  5. Why wouldn't they be? Cuz I hear more about Suh than I hear about either one of them.
  6. You have some good points and for the most part I agree with you, but being from a Husker fan from Nebraska I feel that he isn't helping our image none. That's just me though; it seems that most people don't feel the way I do. But why would Raiola and Vanden Bosch be more of a reflection than Suh?
  7. Big Ten is a tough wrestling conference for sure. I never knew Wyoming was ranked though.
  8. Robert Kokesh is the first Husker to win Big Ten Wrestler of the Week in an upset victory over Wyoming. More details are here.
  9. That was a tough game. Good work Huskers. Go Big Red!
  10. TCU has a really good squad that can score some points. They average 73 points a game so we are gonna need to play defense. I went into more detail here We definitely need these games to get some momentum because the Big 10 is looking good this year.
  11. They can score well, but we can defend well should be interesting.
  12. The men are heading to Ft. Worth for TCU. Last year we beat em good, and they are 7-2. Any thoughts?
  13. Travel to Northern Arizona tomorrow. They got a decent squad. 5-0 at home, but I think they lack the size. .
  14. I was wondering the same thing. I never liked him, but he coached some good teams.
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