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Decoy73

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  1. All those guys were impressive, but Ty Wallin with the windmill dunk at 250lb+, wow.  Hopefully he can use that athleticism to get after some QBs too.  I'm 50 lb less and can't even touch the damn rim anymore.

  2. 18 hours ago, El Straino said:

    Why can't we have nice things? 

     

    Scuse me while I go put Raiola in some bubble wrap till fall. 

     

    Jeeeeeepers...

    No doubt.  And they just put in more seating to accommodate the demand Jordy Bahl brings.  What a downer.  Hopefully people still show up.  Most of all, hopefully Jordy recovers fully, gets the medical wavier and gets two more years to play.

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  3. I came across this site the other day:  https://www.youtube.com/@EyesOnCinema.  If you care to take a trip down the rabbit hole, here's a good place to start IMO.  I'm not saying that I think all or even any of it is true, but some of this is pretty wild to consider nonetheless.  Keep an open mind and check some of these vids out if you're at all interested in the whole UFO/UAP phenomena.  There's a ton of this sort of stuff on Youtube.  I had no idea this "rabbit hole" was so freaking deep.  Kind of mind-blowing.  I've found myself not so much interested in the alleged beings or crafts per se, but the decades long cover ups, disinformation, the apparent ongoing slow-drip of public disclosure, and just the entire human psychology and other ramifications/rationale behind said coverup and disclosure.

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  4. 28 minutes ago, Archy1221 said:

    Maybe:dunno.   Then again, I kinda like the one I have so maybe not :ahhhhhhhh

     

    Well anyway, back to your voting post.   Let’s walk through your post and assessment of voters who will write in a candidate instead of vote for Trump.  
     

    Joe “The Big Guy” Biden got over 81 million voters in 2020.  Trump didn’t :hellloooo

     

    So……now that everything is going great one would assume Joe will gain some voters or at the very least keep everything he has.   As @teachercd has explained, who is gonna vote Trump that voted Joe last time.  
     

    Now back to the people you call “dips#!ts”.   The “dips#!ts” are helping because for every “dips#!t” that writes in a candidate, Trump will have to gain someone else just to lose by the same margin.   
     

    Hope that helps :thumbs

    I was kidding about the job thing.  I’m not one to talk on that.  


    Your explanation isn’t bad.   But if one writes in, then doesn’t that imply that they equally dislike the two listed on the ballot?   If that’s not the case, then why not vote for the guy (or gal- hopefully some day) that you dislike the least?

  5. 8 hours ago, Archy1221 said:

    Ahhhhhh, forgot us “dips#!ts” are supposed to listen to the overlords on who to vote for:blink:
     

    Maybe some of the “dips#!ts” live in states where the vote doesn’t really matter a whole heck of lot.   Maybe voting for who you want vs who you are told to us a good thing.  
     

    Maybe The Big Guy who got over 80 million votes last election with a record breaking DOW shouldn’t really need the “dips#!t” vote to win?  One would think he will outperform 2020 vote totals easily with how swimmingly things are going.  Amirite! :facepalm:

    Maybe you should get a job. 

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  6. 39 minutes ago, BigRedBuster said:

     

    No offense to anyone in particular, but......Hey all you self serving dip-s#!ts out there who are planning on "writing-in" a candidate in November, this is exactly who you are helping win.  The candidate that thinks presidents are and should be above the law.  Let that sink in.

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  7. 27 minutes ago, MacReady said:

    If the commitment doesn’t come tonight I don’t think we’ll see it until Monday. I think Rhule wouldn’t want it overshadowing the volleyball team. He strikes me as that kind of guy. But if Monday comes and goes…I’ll be sweatin’ bullets.

    I don’t think it overshadows VB.  I can’t see Rhule orchestrating when to announce.  Not his style.  If VB loses and we lose DR. I’m quitting the internet.  

  8. 10 minutes ago, Huskerfollower4life said:

    Does anybody actually think we will get a so called top tier transfer qb from that list?  I remember HC Matt Rhule saying it would cost 1.5 to 2 million to have a good qb but that might be to low to draw them here.  I would be shocked if Nebraska does get a great qb with NFL potential or is willing to spend.  Nebraska probably will say we aren't about spending and more about developing.

    I bet we try and I don’t think the spending is the biggest problem.  I would be surprised if a “top tier “ wanted to come here.  If I had to guess I’d say a solid next tier or younger guy with multiple years of eligibility and no past turnover problems.  Just a gut feeling. 

  9. 1 hour ago, runningblind said:

    Let's be real, cheer the fans for that one, not any administrator.  Kudos to the AD for actually doing it but no other place on Earth has fans that show up 92k strong for a women's sport period, let alone a regular season match.

    Of course, NU fans show up and support better than pretty much anywhere, but it's not like it was just some half-assed or hodge-podge event thrown together.  Not only just the gutsy decision to do it, but the planning, coordinating and promoting was all very impressive. This all happened under Trev's watch and I think it's fair that he deserves some of the credit.  

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  10. 1 hour ago, Xmas32 said:

     

    I think Alberts is grossly overpaid with his new deal. He got an absolute gift from Ted Carter on his way out the door. Trev is paid like a top ten 10 AD despite having ZIPPO in terms of notable accomplishments since he's taken over at Nebraska. I'll level with you though, I'm always going to hate his guts for what he did to UNO Wrestling and I'm way to close to that situation to be impartial unfortunately.

     

    With that derail out of the way, I'm super pumped for Tony White to have secured a fresh new bag! GBR!

    Volleyball Day was an accomplishment that no AD has done, ever.  

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  11. 2 hours ago, BigRedBuster said:

    And...over 80% of those came from one position.

    Not to state the obvious, but I think what we are asking our quarterbacks to do has led to the turnover epidemic.  Unless the next Kyler Murray comes calling, I’m done with “dual threat “ quarterbacks and whatever type system this staff is trying to run.  

  12. 8 minutes ago, Decked said:

    Who cares. Not a single non-replaceable guy on that side of the football. 

    My point is that one needs to be eliminated to make room.  Not that anyone is irreplaceable.  I’d probably ax the dedicated TE coach.  

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  13. Defense:  B.  Good, but not great.  Mostly did a good job against bad offenses.  Needed to generate more takeaways.

    Offense:  D.  Too many turnovers.  Do they have an identity?  Would have been an F, but unit was decimated with injuries.

    ST:  C.  Some good and some bad.  Lot's of room for improvement on punt/punt return.

     

    Overall, as impressive as the perfect October was, I was disappointed with the 0-4 finish,  when just one win gets us to a bowl.  

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  14. 23 minutes ago, presidentjlh said:

    I am mad at the team but you really can’t attribute any of the points given up to the defense.

    Not blaming the D for the points, just pointing out that they needed to step up and they didn't.  Every loss this year falls squarely on the shoulders of the offense and coaching staff, but that being said, Hill wasn't going to pass his way into field goal range.  No excuse to give up that big of a run at that point.  

  15. Our D, while clearly our best unit, isn’t as good as we thought they were.  When we needed them to step up and send us to overtime they suddenly got bad against the run.  This was Iowa’s offense.  Not Maryland.   
     

    I attended my second game of the season and I’ve decided watching at home is the way to go for me.  
     

     

  16. 25 minutes ago, Wistrom Disciple said:

    Limongi has always been an a-hole so it's par for the course. Jones is quite a talent though, would be very nice to have him on board for the future of the Huskers.

    Jones is good and the fact that NU apparently hasn't shown much interest in Rezac the QB is baffling to me.  

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  17. 7 minutes ago, lo country said:

    Agree, but the OC who watches practice should call low risk throws.  Just make the "rudimentary" passes.  Sadlt we can't even do that.  Unsure if I have seen a team this devoid of actual QB talent.

    The gamble and subsequent loss on taking Simms in the Portal hurts big time, but the offense as a whole was pretty void of experienced playmakers, plus the injuries....

     

    All things considered, I just don't think firing a coordinator (as many are angrily drunk posting) is the way to go.  

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  18. 1 hour ago, PaulCrewe said:

    YOU actually thought that was a good play call.  With the elements??  With the QB situation???  With how Emmet has ran today???  With the score????  

     

    That's why:facepalm:

     

    Hey drunk boy, my post was prior to that play call.   And no, it was a s#!tty play call.

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