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  1. I mean, in school, an F can range from 0-60.. So it's not really all that unusual.
  2. I have very little faith that either of those two are who we need to run a high powered offense capable of winning the B1G. Here is to hoping Frost is able to get some speed at the QB position.
  3. I could imagine a few different scenarios. 1. Sometime next week 2. Sometime the following week. 3. Sometime next year.
  4. We all wanted him to succeed. It's unfortunate he didn't. But that's the nature of the beast.
  5. It's supposed to be pretty warm the rest of the week.
  6. So writing is on the wall for this season. Win or lose on Friday, it's the last game of the season for this team. Let's send them off right. Regardless of what happens on the field. Regardless of the outcome. How amazing would it be if when the game ends, Memorial stadium is a packed sea of red and the entire fan-base is on their feet clapping. "Through these gates pass the greatest fans in college football" Let's prove it on Friday. GBR!
  7. I agree. I'm excited for change as much as the next guy, but this is pretty distasteful; see douche canoe level douchiness.
  8. So a lot of people are hoping that Frost is named the next head coach, myself included. But regardless of who the next coach is, what is more important to you? What aspect would be number 1 priority for you? Feel free to be as broad or granular as you please. For me, it's a dual-threat QB. As painful as Riley's first two seasons were, my favorite aspect of Nebraska football has always been an explosive QB with speed on the ground. Tommie Frazier, Scott Frost, Eric Crouch, Taylor Martinez, Tommy Armstrong. I loved watching those guys plays. You have guys like Joe Ganz and Zac Taylor who were damn good quarterbacks, but they're not the guys who you think about when you talk about exciting Husker QBs. What's number 1 on your wishlist?
  9. They've looked like the better team since Riley joined the program.
  10. We were still a respected team in college football all those years. Regardless, it's a bulls#!t comparison to make, as the others have pointed out. You're basically saying that Mike Riley should be given a pass because everyone who was ever successful was unsuccessful first. That's not the way the world works. You're given opportunity to prove yourself, and if you can't make a convincing argument that you're worth a s#!t, you're gone. The vast majority don't think Mike Riley is worth a s#!t when it comes to coaching college football.
  11. Gotcha. I misunderstood the context of your post.
  12. I don't understand your point unless you think it's unholy sin to speak both names in the same sentence. Also Osborne literally hired Pelini.
  13. Collected the results of 12 other teams to compare from 2004 thru 2016 seasons: Teams Seasons Total AP Top 25 Finishes Nebraska 13 5 Wisconsin 13 11 Penn State 13 6 Michigan 13 7 Ohio State 13 12 Oklahoma 13 11 Texas 13 7 Colorado 13 1 Miami 13 4 USC 13 10 Florida 13 8 Alabama 13 10 Notre Dame 13 5
  14. I think it's really telling that our last three coaches have coached 14 seasons, we only finished ranked 5 times in that time frame, and 4 of those 5 times was 20+. I realize times have changed. But it's just fascinating that Tom Osborne was able to go 25 straight seasons ranked, the vast majority top 10 and many-many top 5. It'd be interesting to know that stat for schools like Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Michigan, Florida, Miami, etc. Get an idea of how it compares to other "down" schools, as well as compare it to schools we consider successful over the last decade or so.
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