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  1. This staff has made 361 offers and gotten 4 commits. Why not offer every 3* in the country.

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    2. Mavric

      Mavric

      Last year at this time - without COVID complications - we had three commits.  We wouldn't get our fourth commit for two more months.  We still finished with a Top 20 class and the highest-rated commits we've had in quite a few years.

       

      But people need something to write about.  And complain about.

    3. Moiraine

      Moiraine

      @Mavric   Thanks Mav. I haven't been keeping up with Husker football but my first assumption was people were overreacting and this confirms it without me needing to look further :thumbs

       

      If we're trending the same as last year in the middle of a pandemic where the coaches can't visit recruits then there's no reason to get our smallclothes in a twist. I'm guessing other schools are having issues too.

    4. The Dude

      The Dude

      ...smallclothes. :lol:

  2. At the same time, Spielman doesn't hang around with a lot of teammates away from the football facility. One of his very best friends is fellow receiver Jaevon McQuitty, who's retiring from football to pursue a medical exemption. One has to wonder if McQuitty leaving the program will impact whether Spielman actually returns for summer conditioning, if he returns to the team at all. Based on what I hear from sources, it's very possible Spielman has played his last game for Nebraska. Stay tuned. Sipple is pessimistic.
  3. HuskerOnline has learned that Spielman has not been with the team in the last two weeks of winter workouts. Frost said in the statement the hope is for Spielman to re-join the program when he's ready to return. At this time he remains enrolled in his classes at UNL. https://nebraska.rivals.com/news/spielman-takes-leave-from-football-program
  4. They allow the Manning camp but no outside private coaches. He could bring Warner in as a consultant/analyst to help out.
  5. Speaking of the quarterbacks, Frost won't accept help from a HOF QB.
  6. He has a fumbling problem also. 20 fumbles, 10 lost in 21 games.
  7. https://www.coloradoan.com/story/sports/csu/football/2019/01/08/matt-lubick-leaves-coaching-oversee-canvas-partnership-colorado-state-university/2513081002/ Matt Lubick, the oldest son of legendary CSU football coach Sonny Lubick, is giving up his college coaching career to come home and work with the new partnership between Canvas Credit Union and the university. Coaching, he said, left little time for anything else. Typical work days ran from 6 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week, during the season, and even when you did have time off, you were constantly sending text messages, taking phone calls and sending emails. “It’s always hard to leave coaching and the relationships you’ve had, but, at the same time, this was kind of thought out; this wasn’t a whim,'' he said. "To me, there’s stuff more important than football, and this lets me explore something different.” That doesn't inspire confidence about his commitment to football, he left coaching in 2019, maybe he found his spark again.
  8. Gotta get more ads to block the threads
  9. Feels like the staff is kinda taking advantage of him but glad he found a way in, he can't play this year because of the way he's signing. A blueshirt means a player begins as a walk-on but becomes a scholarship player in the fall. He is not eligible to play that first year, but also doesn't count against the team's 25-man scholarship limit for the recruiting class.
  10. Defense attorney Justin Kalemkiarian took issue with the Lancaster County Attorney's office asking the judge to hold LeGrone without bond until court Thursday. He said they had two to three months to prepare their case. Moments later, Yardley took up Hunt's case and set a $100,000 personal recognizance bond, meaning he would be released without bail on the promise to appear back in court Dec. 20. Prosecutors are expected to decide whether they will file a charge against Hunt by that date, his attorney, Carlos Monzón, said.
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