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  1. Awesome to see. How many years does he have to play?
  2. Maybe that is a good omen given this century has not been too kind to Husker football! Its on BTN again later tonight.
  3. Spot on. We do not need to start coming up with excuses ahead of time if the 2021 team struggles. By Year 4 Frost has had plenty of time to develop talent and a bench containing the players of his choosing.
  4. His initial contract was a 7-year deal at $5 million a year from what I recall. After his second season at the end of 2019 he still had 5 years left on his contract. There was no reason to extend him 2 more years at that point and give him another 7 years. Even after the end of this past season he still would have had 4 years on his original contract and Moos could have waited until the end of this forthcoming school year to make a decision about an extension.
  5. Moos' fault with the football program was giving Frost a contract extension for additional years when it was not yet warranted. Frost was already locked in through 2024 with his original contract and for some reason Moos added 2 additional seasons despite the team's poor performance. These lengthy contracts are just one more impediment to bringing in a new coach should that be the desired direction. https://nebraska.rivals.com/news/big-red-business-an-analysis-of-scott-frost-s-contract#:~:text=Near the end of 2019's,by the end of 2024.
  6. Frost already has tons of pressure to perform in Year 4 given how bad the first 3 years have been. If Oklahoma blows us out then you will see many say "No wonder Nebraska did not want to play them." Perhaps the negative attention leading up to the game can serve as extra motivation for the players.
  7. Did you not read the part "Outside of any scandal involving recruiting or the coaching staff?" I get that those things which is why I prefaced my comment with it.
  8. Wow just catching up on this story. How pathetic of our AD and Coach if this story is legit, and how sad for our proud fan base. Outside of some kind of scandal involving recruiting or the coaching staff, I cannot think of much worst off-season PR than something like this.
  9. Very true indeed. I just want Nebraska to be a good team again as the first step before we can worry about being great or elite.
  10. I don't think we need "Elite" talent to finish above .500 or be close to winning our division. As the link I shared as the start of this email, we have the highest ranked roster in the BIG West when you look over the past 5 years. I know we have lost players, but all teams are losing players, so I don't agree that our talent is the reason we have not been able to win more games or finish above .500. Northwestern is ranked 11th out of 14 in terms of 5-year talent average and look at what they have been able to accomplish. https://athlonsports.com/college-football/big-ten-footbal
  11. I agree with you Ulty. I think we all had really high expectations and now many of us will be excited if we can be above .500 in year 4.
  12. We have just finished signing the latest recruiting class and our turning our attention to the next season which will be Frost's 4th year in charge. Thus far Frost and Nebraska have done a good job leading the BIG West in recruiting when you look at the past 5 seasons as a whole. Athlon rates Nebraska as having the 4th most talented roster based upon who we brought into the classes. I realize all teams are losing guys to the transfer portal, but this is a positive sign that Nebraska continues to rank at the top or near the top in recruiting. https://athlonsports.com/college-fo
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