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  1. I am so excited to get this guy and I hope we get another big physical WR that is not a Juco.
  2. I posted this in the 2020 QB competition thread about 4 or 5 hours ago. We seem to have multiple threads on this topic.
  3. I guess if he wanted to be a star...or perhaps Dylan would transfer if he cant play at Michigan.
  4. I sure hope the best for AM and that he heals well. With that said, I am curious of when the injury was first experienced and if this was truly the cause for his poor performance on the field. It seems like the performance may have been a mixture of things over the course of the season, and I hope they all can be corrected and he can be at his best when the 2020 QB competition heats up.
  5. I agree. We can't be afraid to make necessary staff changes because we worry it will affect recruiting. Poor performance on the field will affect recruiting, and if an assistant coach is not getting results, replacing that assistant should be a priority over worrying about what impact a staff change will have on a prospective recruit. If the recruit likes the Nebraska program and is analyzing the full situation he will realize the staff move may be to his benefit in the long run.
  6. If LSU wins and OSU and Clemson were to lose somehow, that would make things interesting. You would have Oklahoma likely get in with only 1 loss and by virtue of winning their CCG. Then OSU and Clemson also only have 1 loss, but OSU has actually beaten some good teams this year. Clemson would not have really beaten anyone of significant in that scenario, so I could see OSU getting a bid still with Clemson fighting Wisconsin or another 2-loss team. Again this is an unlikely scenario as I don't see OSU losing and I doubt Clemson will lose either.
  7. So Baylor vs Oklahoma...who are you pulling for?  I am impressed with Rhule at Baylor and how quickly he has been able to turn around the program, but also have tons of respect for Oklahoma.  It's nice seeing Bookie make some plays.

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    2. HuskerNation1

      HuskerNation1

      I am a Cowboys fan too and feel I am stuck with coaches who get conservative at the end of games.  I am hopeful Jerry Jones will finally get rid of Jason Garrett, and Lincoln Riley is apparently at the top of his list to replace Garrett.  I think Rhule is amazing too and he has turned around 2 programs now in his short head coaching career. 

    3. HuskerInLostWages

      HuskerInLostWages

      Baylor myself so my brother in law can shut his mouth.  Kid can't name more than 2 players on the Sooners and claims he's a huge fan, hate listening to him talk about who they beat every few weeks when im forced to be around him

    4. TonyStalloni

      TonyStalloni

      I have a brother in law who is a K St fan and knows everything about everything. I understand your pain.

  8. Great coaches are able to maximize performance from the talent they have. Frost had enough talent to have more wins than 9 over the past 2 seasons, so I agree with you that truly great football is a combination of talent and coaching acumen. The talent we can upgrade with recruiting, but the coaching acumen will require changes in philosophies and approach. We will likely hear this offseason if Frost intends to make any changes or stick with what he's been doing previously. To get to Sker's comment, there are some good recruits we are talking too, and Nebraska is currently 28th in the 247 composite. We still have a long way to go to crack the top 15 or 20 this year which is where we need to get to in order to compete against some of the top programs in the country. We finished 23rd in 2018 and 18th in 2019, so hopefully Frost and staff can improve upon those results for the 2020 class. Do you think he can improve upon the team recruiting ranking from 2019?
  9. I think this is a fair point, but that really means next year is a "Put up or shut up" year as the team should consist of at least 75% of his recruits that he and his staff chose to bring in.
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