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  1. There are two teams on that list of wins that are playing for their conference championships today. I wonder if any other team can say this. No one in the B1G can. That's certainly a creative way to spin things... But off the top of my head, LSU can probably make the same claim. I should have said that two of the five teams we beat are playing in their respective conference championships today. LSU only beat Florida, but lost to Alabama. I think that's it for them. Riley knows how to beat the good teams, it's the Purdue's and Illinois's of the world that we need to beat.
  2. There are two teams on that list of wins that are playing for their conference championships today. I wonder if any other team can say this. No one in the B1G can. That's certainly a creative way to spin things... But off the top of my head, LSU can probably make the same claim. I should have said that two of the five teams we beat are playing in their respective conference championships today. LSU only beat Florida, but lost to Alabama. I think that's it for them. Riley knows how to beat the good teams, it's the Purdue's and Illinois's of the world that we need t
  3. There are two teams on that list of wins that are playing for their conference championships today. I wonder if any other team can say this. No one in the B1G can.
  4. Speaking of turnover prone, I saw on the B1G championship game preview shows the Iowa defense's first interception of Armstrong. Where in the hell was he throwing that? I saw it during the game but it looks worse a week later.
  5. I loved that defense, and it was more than Suh, he had alot to do with things, but think about those DB's. Asante, Hagg, Gomes, Amukamura, O'Hanlon. They were fun to watch It's funny to look down that roster and see all the freshmen that were seniors in 2013, and 2014
  6. Doing that didnt work well for the last guy. Thankfully Bo's focus on making good students is helping this coach get to a bowl game on 5 wins. Maybe MR should split his $150,000 bonus with Bo since that's the reason we qualify. They can say what ever they want about why BP was fired, he was fired because of the way he acted on the sideline, towards his bosses, towards the fan base and media. I was fine with his coaching and was very happy with the academic standards he set as a HC, but that type of personality is exhausting. If you have neve worked with or for someone like that you will ne
  7. Doing that didnt work well for the last guy. Thankfully Bo's focus on making good students is helping this coach get to a bowl game on 5 wins. Maybe MR should split his $150,000 bonus with Bo since that's the reason we qualify. They can say what ever they want about why BP was fired, he was fired because of the way he acted on the sideline, towards his bosses, towards the fan base and media. I was fine with his coaching and was very happy with the academic standards he set as a HC, but that type of personality is exhausting. If you have neve worked with or for someone like that you will
  8. And I sat there after that game thinking great things were ahead for the Huskers. It almost feels as if that loss was the "pinnacle" of Bo's years in Lincoln, looking back on it, now anyway.
  9. Changed the avatar just for you, scarletNcream. Is this one better?
  10. Well, Riley pretty much showed what kind of coach he was with his 15 years of college head coaching experience. I'm not expecting a miraculous turnaround in year 16. Yep, 16 picks and the horrendous decision making this year, make me read this statement by Tommy as just a bunch of hot air. Once in a while, it's ok to not have to say everything and quietly go about your business of getting better. There will be thousands of college football players this year who show up to workouts, sweat their a$$es off with their brothers and say nothing about it. They will go out and show it on the fie
  11. No Beck's offense was mostly Nevada Pistol read option, but he junked the pass portion of it for KU's pass attack I think. Ultimately it was some bastard hybrid that never really worked. Lol! After all these years, and now we finally have a name for it. I like this better than "multiple" Gawd, after hearing Beck say it so many times, I couldn't even teach my math class basic facts, I was so sick of the word. All it ever really amounted to was "multiple" misfires, "multiple" miscues, "multiple" screw-ups, and ultimately "multiple" inexplicable losses
  12. http://www.foxsports.com/college-football/story/nebraska-brandon-reilly-no-tip-waiter-bashed-cornhuskers-twitter-120115 Read the rest of the tweets by Reilly. He kind comes off a bit baby-ish afterwords. He wanted to make a big production out of it by posting it on social media, what did he think would happen. When the backlash started, he didn't like it, so he got defensive, and then deleted the tweet. Kind of along the lines of he figured everyone would agree with him, but when it went south he didn't like so he took his ball and went home. And for the first guy who responded wi
  13. Both of our kickers have done very well this season and should be congratulated. Read earned his salary here. But he didn't earn his salary anywhere else. I thought Stevenson did a good job when Read finally got him on the field
  14. Ha ha! Yeah, Cardale Jones was just your run of the mill third stringer. /sarcasm I doubt if there has been another college football team with a better 3rd team QB in the last twenty years. Look at him this year...... Just sayin Under the tutelage of Tim Beck, Ohio State's quarterbacks seemed to have taken a couple of steps backward
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