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HS_Coach_C last won the day on June 8 2019

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  1. Nebraska 45 Minnesota 13 Rushing 295 Passing 301
  2. 6'7" 270 lb junior out of Mitchell, NE. Walk on candidate with some interest from Iowa State, k-state, and Wyoming as well. Nice kid, but he has work to do if he wants to make it at that level. Definitely has the tools to work with though.
  3. Nebraska 48 Illinois 24 Pass 305 Rush 294
  4. Meh. They couldn't even bother to get the schedule corrected so I don't put a whole lot of stock into it.
  5. I mean, isn't that better than having no potential?
  6. Okay Matt. We get it. You don't want Mr. Stewart as AD so they'll promote you to the job instead.
  7. Was this all from 2003 or do you have anything more recent? If that's all, then there should be a little pause but no reason to avoid hiring him. You can dig up something mildly controversial on almost anyone or their family if you try hard enough. No reason to throw him out because of something this long ago UNLESS there are more instances and more serious allegations against him.
  8. I had the pleasure of coaching against this kid. I'm not sure if it was his junior or senior year, but we held him to like 15 yards on 8 carries in the first quarter (in 8 man). I think he got mad and hit second gear because his first 4 touches of the second quarter were long TD runs. Definitely a special talent.
  9. Right, but why make that choice if you actually do still have an option in college. No reason to punish yourself or your family just to prepare for what may happen someday. That's like saying you should move into a nursing home when you're 60 because you need to prepare for being cared for and having a less active lifestyle. Let the kid spend a year close to his family and then see where things lead.
  10. I thought they got rid of the oversign and put a hard cap of 25 new scholarship players per year. I guess I haven't perused the NCAA rulebook lately... Not that it would help any.
  11. So is the 25 new scholarships per year limit only a Big Ten thing? Otherwise how do Alabama and Notre Dame take that many? Can you still count backwards?
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