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  1. mahoney

    Shatel Online

    :asshat
  2. I am not sure why people think this is a good fit. He might have a good idea of the play calling but he has a good idea of the play calling anywhere in the league. Billy C didn't steal Grudens playbook so he doesn't know that word for word. Tayler has to be better than one of the below, which is it? Chris Simms 6-4 220 Tim Rattay 6-0 200 Luke McCown 6-3 212 Bruce Gradkowski 6-1 222 Wouldn't he have been better off on a team with no QB's? To me it just seems he has a tough road to hoe.
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    Purify in trouble?

    holy sh#t Batman. you already got him as uncertain for next season and we don't even know what happened?? slow down, let's get the facts first. Facts? We're talkin' 'bout facts? This is a message board not a newspaper we don't need no facts. We're talkin' 'bout facts? Not a newspaper, not a newspaper. (should be read like Allen Iverson in a press conference)
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    Purify in trouble?

    ok so it might not have been a couple of dudes (I don't have first hand knowledge) but I think it is safe to say his status is uncertain with the team next year. Is it too late to get into the supplemental draft? Sorry there are no links at this time. Don't you have connections to the brothers in blue in lincoln?
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    Purify in trouble?

    Maybe not. Not after tonight. Sounds like he got into it with some frat retards. He didn't want to go to jail so the cops added resisting arrest on to 2x simple assault.... At least, that's the word on the street.
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    ksu fans hope lucky has a speedy recovery...

    OK, easy there killer. I "hate" ksu as much as the next N alum but just because a small minority of people type some stuff doesn't mean, all of a sudden, their entire university is crap. So it is the popular thing to do, hate ksu, prince and freeman. Guess what people they hate billyc, marlon, kw and anyone else affiliated with dear ol' N U. Big whoop, so they posted some classless stuff that is labled as classless in a classless forum, who cares? Get over it. Waaaaaaa! I don't like Oklahoma because they pay their players too much. Waaaaaaa! I don't like Oklahoma lite because they have too much money. Waaaaaaa! I don't like Texas because they have too much talent. Waaaaaaa! I don't like Ksucks because they stole freeman. Waaaaaaa! I don't like sCUm because they are mean people. Waaaaaaa! I don't like Baylor because they suck. Waaaaaaa! I don't like Iowa State because they give the big 12 a bad name. Waaaaaaa! I don't like Missouri because they wear black. Waaaaaaa! I don't like Kansas because they always win in basketball. Waaaaaaa! I don't like Texas Tech because they beat us 70-10 Waaaaaaa! I don't like Texas A&M because they stole our AD Boooohooooo. Art thou holier than thou (or some such crap)..... Let it go people JESUS CHRIST let it go.
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    Chargers Coaching Vacancy

    Wow another yawner of a thread. Thanks for posting Please come again
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    Lost DB's

    We could have taken frank solich's philosophy in db's, and every other position on the football field; if the players are good then they probably won't choose Nebraska and therefore we shouldn't recruit them. Billy C says let's try for the good talent and if we don't get them, then we'll go with Frankie S's philosophy and settle for 1 star athletes. OK I'm an asshat, and sorry for offending everyone I could but that's what liquor will do to ya!
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    No more excuses

    yawn......
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    Lucky hospitalized?

    I agree that we should be concerned with him and hope for a full recovery life-wise (as opposed to if he will be playing for us) but the fact of the matter is, it all of a sudden did not become taboo to talk about our team or how they will react or how we will fill gaps. Do you think Nevada no longer has September 1st circled and they are going to wait to see how this turns out before training again? Do you think USC has just breathed a sigh of relief and everyone just went to the beach for the winter? Again, I feel for Lucky and hope he bounces back from this. I hope he has a good support group in Lincoln and in North Hollywood. I hope his family takes good care of him. But do not try to make me feel beneath all you high and mighty people who pray and do whatever it is you do because I want to talk football. Is this not posted in the football thread? So... We lost KW (imo, he has lost too much weight to come back this year) and BJax, Lucky is in limbo right now and that leaves us with Glenn who is hurt right now. Possibilities are: move Major to RB. <- I would like to develop him in defense move Green <- not deep enough at safety Hope Mendoza is good <- he probably is but can he perform as a true freshman? No one else has made that big of an impact in this system as a true freshman. Castille? <- less experience than Mendoza when he comes. Helu? see above I GOT IT, I GOT IT Let's ask Leon Jackson to come back! Who's with me?
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    Lucky hospitalized?

    I doubt we see him in a Husker uniform again. That makes no sense at all, whats the point of posting if you just completly talk out of your ass... Depending on how serious this is he will most likely be back for spring ball. Terrell Owens OD'd earlier this year and I believe he played that week, Luckys may be more serious but I still cant see him missing spring ball and for sure dont see him no longer being a husker. The only reason he wuoldnt be is if it was a illegal drug of some sort and a violation of team rules that BC would find serious enough to kick him off the team. Another thing it could have been is some sort of supplement. That or medication for his back are the only possiblitys I see it being. Most likely back for spring ball? Now that is completly(sic) talking out of your ass. You have no clue, not even the slightest, to make such a statement.
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    Lucky hospitalized?

    I doubt we see him in a Husker uniform again.
  13. mahoney

    OG Trevor Robinson

    Harland Gunn didn't pull anything. The staff didn't want him and made it clear to him. You won't see him starting in Miami anytime soon. Yes, officially they offered him but they have offered a lot of people and later evaluated further and decided against accepting that players verbal. I'm calling it now Robinson will pull a "D.J. Jones", "Niles Paul" and "Courtney Grixby" (remember Grixby also seriously considered ND). If the staff want him they will get him. Robinson will eventually come around and be N.
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    Player done with football?

    Hmmmmmm Quite curious.... Not KW!
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    RB/DB Ronnell Grixby

    Don't know if it is posted elsewhere but at the bottom of article it talks about revoking his offer. Published Sunday | February 11, 2007 Recruiting 2008: Region's juniors are a gold mine BY MITCH SHERMAN WORLD-HERALD BUREAU LINCOLN - Elkhorn junior Trevor Robinson received a text message on his cell phone last week from Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr. "Please call," it read. Want to guess what Robinson did next? He called, of course, and the Wolverines were the latest to offer a scholarship. It added to an impressive list of college programs in pursuit of Robinson that includes Nebraska, Notre Dame, Boston College, Kansas, Iowa and Texas A&M. The 6-foot-5, 300-pound lineman is on a fast track to become the most highly recruited prospect ever from his Class B school. In fact, the recruiting attention given Robinson has already eclipsed Jay Moore, the former Nebraska defensive end out of Elkhorn set to land this spring in the NFL draft. With signing day '07 barely in the books, Robinson ranks as a preliminary top-100 recruit nationally for the class of 2008 - one of two in the state of Nebraska atop a senior class next fall that appears to rank as the state's best in several years. Lincoln Southwest lineman Baker Steinkuhler was recently named to the rivals.com 24-player junior All-America team and figures to rank among the top five at his position next season. Southwest coach Mark King goes a step further. "He's the best lineman in the country," King said. "As far as the whole package, he is the best football player that I've ever coached. I can just tell you right now, there is no better offensive lineman in the country than him, and I've never said that about anybody. "Nobody's faster, stronger or has a better attitude at his size. You hear about a lot of these kids who work hard, but there's a small percentage who really do it every day and are at the top of that list. Baker is one of those guys." Steinkuhler committed to Nebraska in September, hours after the Huskers offered. His decision surprised few, considering his father, Dean, won the Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award at NU in 1983, and his brother, Ty, is a sophomore defensive lineman in Lincoln. Baker Steinkuhler, at 6-foot-5, has been clocked over 40 yards in 4.9 seconds. He's added about 20 pounds since November, King said, to reach a solid 290. "This kid has got a chance to take all kinds of trips all over the country, but he wants to be here," the coach said. "He's very close to his mother, his whole family, and really down to earth. Traveling and going to all these neat places, I'm pretty sure he'll have time for that down the road." Robinson isn't really into extending his college decision, either. He gained important exposure last summer by traveling to several camps and would like to visit a few schools during spring practice this year. Then, he said, it's probably time for a decision before the start of his senior year. "I'd like to get up to Ann Arbor, (Mich.)," he said. "I've seen a lot of the other places. I really don't see it as that big of a distraction. It's not much of an issue compared to playing more football. I don't want recruiting to be something that will hurt my senior year." Said Elkhorn coach Mark Wortman: "His feet are planted firmly on the ground." No matter how you look at it, Robinson is no lock for the Huskers, who signed three Nebraskans this year, four last year, three in 2005 and five in coach Bill Callahan's first recruiting class. Another top-100 junior, 6-7, 295-pound lineman Dan Hoch of Harlan, Iowa, has also committed to Nebraska, as has Omaha Westside running back Collins Okafor. The Huskers have offered a scholarship to Millard North junior safety Sean Fisher. Additionally, NU has revoked its scholarship offer to Omaha Central junior Ronnell Grixby. Grixby, the brother of Nebraska cornerback Cortney Grixby and former I-back DeAntae Grixby, was offered by the Huskers in September with Robinson and Steinkuhler. Ronnell Grixby recently did not play in two Central basketball games for what was believed to be disciplinary reasons. He has returned to the court. Central football coach Jay Ball declined to give specifics on the situation involving the NU scholarship. "My loyalties are with Ronnell and his family," Ball said
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