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  1. Roger Dorn

    Transfers

    Well obviously. But both Baker and Kyler could be considered “pass first” guys, where Hurts is more of a “run first”. Will probably still be good but I’m willing to bet he won’t be as good of a fit as the last 2 have been.
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    JUCO CB Tony Wallace [TCU - Signed LOI]

    I almost wonder if he is a plan B for us, maybe Noa’s backup? Seems like we haven’t pushed overly hard for his commit and there were plenty of opportunities for him to commit.
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    RB Rahmir Johnson [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

    Very very good RB. However, I think he could improve his footwork on some jukes/cuts, he looks like he gets a bit of happy feet and I’d like to see him be more decisive/explosive. But something minor that can be improved upon.
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    Spring Practice Notes

    Highly unlikely Honas participates in spring practice, might do some individual drills but doubt he will be practicing. As far as players that will impress, I think Andre Hunt could have a good spring, hopefully McQuitty will too.
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    CB Tavian Mayo

    I think Newsome could be a CB as well
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    DB Quinton Newsome [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

    Our most underrated/under appreciated recruit IMO. He’s gonna be a good one
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    WR Charles Njoku

    Well I’m assuming that David Njoku is his brother, who went to Miami as a TE and was a 1st round draft pick. So him being considered a Miami lean is understandable
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    Tim Miles Hot Seat Watch

    A bit too early for these discussions but heard a bit on the radio and figured why not. My top top choices for coaching replacements are 1. Dana Altman - have to at least ask him first with his connections to Neb 2. Fred Hoiberg then not sure after that
  9. Would be the best move for the big ten in my opinion. Who knows what sort of football playoff system will be in place at that point but will give the big ten more reputation and the bias in the rankings that the $EC seems to undeservedly get every year.
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    What did we learn: Iowa edition?

    You’re right, we should stop running a play that consistently worked throughout the day. And if only that darn Mario would teach AM not to throw into tight coverage, I’m surprised no one has thought of that yet. But in all seriousness, he threw 1 bad pass in a game with 30+ pass attempts as a true freshman on the road against a good defense. Lighten up Francis.
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    Defensive Philosophy

    We have a handful of players on offense that are considered NFL level talent. Can that be said for anyone on the defense at this point? There’s your answer. Need more time to recruit/develop. Right now our defense’s best chance at getting stops is via turnovers or big plays so hence the emphasis on that.
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    JUCO LB Amare Barno [Virginia Tech - Signed LOI]

    Absolutely would take him. Pretty natural athlete, reminds me a bit of the Gregory tape. Probably going to blow up fast.
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    Who's Had Their Husker Moment?

    Stan’s game winning TD catch last year at Purdue probably qualifies
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    Offensive line play

    My current guess is we see more of Farmer at Center and Wilson in at RG. Too bad of a performance against Troy to not change anything. As far as next season, I think Farniok profiles better as a guard long term. The addition of Desmond Bland will be huge, that guy can play. I see Jaimes, Wilson, Bland, Farniok and Sichterman (or JuCo OT) being our line next year.
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    Final Vote - who takes the 1st snap at QB?

    I get the sense that this QB battle is more of choosing between 2 solid players that have performed well instead of choosing between the lesser of 2 evils QB battle (ie Armstrong/Fyfe/OBrien)
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