Posts posted by hunter49
10 hours ago, ColoradoHusk said:
I am not against Mickey, but his lack of head coaching experience concerns me. I think your thought process on hiring him, especially after 4 games as the Interim Head Coach is a bad thought process.
recruits won't suddenly jump ship without good reason, to follow an impulsive coach.
44 minutes ago, M.A. said:
Good coaching can’t overcome lack of talent. Really both are necessary.
The previous regime did pretty well recruiting. They weren’t particularly good s developing. Some areas better than others. And in often cases couldn’t retain the talent.
A successful head coach will have assistants and support staff that can identify and develop talent. The staff assembled is integral to his building the program.
staff, really important.
13 hours ago, M.A. said:
Not a bad idea. What the Blackshirts represent has been somewhat lost over years.It can serve as a bit of a reset too besides their being a distraction.
agree, old tradition means very little now.
1 hour ago, UniversalMartin said:
The moment Frost was fired every coach on staff became "interim".
10 hours ago, Cornfed said:
That’s absurd. If Mickey does well and he goes and hires a mediocre coach he will have a mutiny on his hands from the players and the fans.
we shall see, MJ was not on anyones HC list, maybe he needs more seasoning?
old school Mickey won/t work
3 minutes ago, The Dude said:
To be a fly on the wall of the locker room when Mickey loses his s#!t . . .
it won't make 2 s#!ts to the kids
On 9/10/2022 at 11:13 PM, ColoradoHusk said:
Trev and Mickey are very close. I think Trev would be able to work it out to keep Mickey around to be the recruiting assistant for NU.
Trev needs to stay out of the coaching hires.
most interim HC's don't stick. he was an easy pick to ( already at NU) to stop the bleeding. that's all that is expected.
12 hours ago, Crusader Husker said:
Amazing how healthy you can stay when your O-line isn't allowing you to get beat up.
so true. no improvement until we get some recruiting done.
19 minutes ago, B1GRED said:
Should be able to move down 20 or 30 rows and find an empty seat.
at least we now know his potential. no road graders, no black shirts, s#!t.
proud of the kid, showed his skills when he had an OL to work behind.
he talked about the player/coach culture at K state, we didn't have that at NU.
our OL is crap, CT is stuck with them too, sad.
need to fire our OL coach and get some real recruiters and coaches.
we got egg all over our faces.
32 minutes ago, Guy Chamberlin said:
This is water under the bridge and we all know how Mike Riley turned out, but at the time the hiring was certainly defensible. Mr. 50% actually had a similar record to Frank Solich at Ohio, coaching at the least desirable University in the Pac 12 where he turned the program around and occasionally outcoached guys like Pete Carroll and Jim Harbaugh. He won a Pac 12 Coach of the Year, and in 2015 had just been voted second most underrated coach in college football by his peers. Over the years Riley had been courted by Alabama and USC. He rarely came up on candidate lists because he'd turned those jobs down to stay in his hometown Corvallis. The recruiting services thought hiring Riley was a coup. Other coaches and former NFL players sent their kids to Nebraska because of Riley.
Word is Eichorst approached Brett Bielema first, so going with Mr. Nice Guy wasn't the first priority, either.
If you go back and look at the coaching hires of 2015, you'll find a lot of the coaches you think we wanted no longer with their program, either.
Given that there are rarely more than three or four no-brainer choices for Head Coach -- and they're already highly compensated elsewhere -- that transformational head coach is a bit of a crapshoot.
so true, most of the proven coaches are set, back to a crap shoot on a new HC, no one wants a dumpster fire.
7 hours ago, Huskerfollower4life said:
Im sorry but your so called list is laughable at best.
Deion totally unproven.
12 hours ago, ColoradoHusk said:
I'm not going to predict or think about wins for the rest of the season. As others have said, the team is an absolute dumpster fire. I don't think Mickey and the rest of the remaining staff will be able to make much of a difference, mainly because this program is broken right now. The only saving grace is that the Big Ten West is really bad, and NU also plays two average Big Ten East teams.
MJ got here just in time for the implosion. any new coach will only come with his own guys.
no desire to enter a toxic atmosphere as HC?
my hope, hope is the team wins a couple games, lots of distractions to overcome.
who replaces Chins???
firing Chins is nothing more than a symbolic move. who on our defensive staff is qualified to replace him?
this is like dominos, forfeit games next?
sounds like the cancer has spread. might as well can them all now and let the women's VB coaches take over.
4 hours ago, Jason Sitoke said:
On thin ice with who?
Ronnie Green, the regents
i am sure we will lose some players over this now.
lots of guys will transfer, going to be ugly.
Chin kept us close last season, now he hits the road with Frosty.
Trev on thin ice now, chickens headed for home.
10 minutes ago, JJ Husker said:
This shows me that Mickey and Trev really feel the guys on this team can do much better now. If that is the case, no sense in waiting. If they can salvage any improvement at all this season then it’s a win. Got nothing to lose at this point. Total rebuild engaged.
Trev pulling the strings now, MJ and new DC will simply be along for the ride.
survival, not rebuild.
excessive bloodletting at this point will kill the season and the team performance.
yes, the system in place can't be trashed. close your eyes, Trev going overboard.
22 minutes ago, Decked said:
Thank f#&%ing god. Mickey at least giving them a chance.
i doubt it. the whole coaching staff in an uproar. no trust. who is next? why?
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i blame this year on Trev, stupid decisions everywhere. Clean house!!
Michigan by 30 points.