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Everything posted by 307husker

  1. Our XC team is going to look a lot different pretty soon.
  2. A 20-something blonde woman for a 61 year old man is enough challenge.
  3. Stupid PED testing. Ruined everything... What is a "national coach"?
  4. We don't fear failure! We're confident in our ability to fail! We have a body of work to suggest that we can fail (though not by a huge margin) more consistently than almost any team in the nation! GBR!!!
  5. I bet the blackshirts step up and hold OU to less than 1000 yards total offense. I believe in them. GBR
  6. I really do. If we're going to lose, we might as well lose playing a style of football that I really enjoy watching and have become somewhat unreasonably emotionally attached to...
  7. Haha. He was trying to avoid the obvious.
  8. Are we having to pay a conference to take us now? Crap!
  9. We currently, and recently, suck at football, but we're still pretty good at attracting eyeballs, so I don't think we're in danger. Illinois, Indiana, Purdue???
  10. After USC and UCLA, how about Stanford, Oregon, Washington, Notre Dame. And Wyoming.
  11. We've all seen how the transfer portal has dramatically affected recruiting and roster management for college football. It has fundamentally changed the collegiate football landscape. Nebraska has been one of 2022's prime benefactors from the portal and I hope we can keep that momentum in the future. My specific question is, should the transfer portal completely change the way (and timeframe) we recruit offensive and defensive linemen? I've read that the lines, especially o line, is the most challenging recruiting task due to the guess work in recruiting 18 year old prospects, still growing and developing, and trying to project the 20 year old version of that same young man. Would it be better to simply recruit 20 year olds from the portal who have shown promise? Use lower levels of football, or lower level programs, to develop these players until their most useful age/physical development. It seems like there would be far less "misses" in choosing from 20 year olds than 18. OR, is it more critical to have these young men in OUR program, learning OUR style and plays as well as OUR S&C for multiple years in order to have the most productive lines? Thoughts?
  12. Nor have things been "OK" so I think we're guilty of false advertising regardless of which gesture is used.
  13. I like the new logo better. I thought the old one looked dumb regardless of any supposed meanings from the hand signal/symbol. But can we all agree to cancel Lil' Red. Not on account of any racism or any other ism, or cancel culture or whatever, but that little f'er is creepy.
  14. I agree we're in a much better position now than we were in the last several years but I'd be surprised if what we have now is what we start fall camp with. Our current bounty does allow for some attrition though, which is rather refreshing.
  15. Did he suggest strongly that he's eligible? It's rather important atm.
  16. Cold weather tends to weed out those soft of mind. Good screening test.
  17. "...we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS"
  18. The timing of the quoted tweets makes me think that "something" happened today. Why would you cancel a top portal QB other than having another guy locked up? Interesting.
  19. And if our OL doesn't improve, they'd be dead men walking.
  20. Keep the RB coach, have Frost take over special teams.
  21. Without knowing roster changes, staff turnover, and several other variables, that statistic doesn't mean much. This year, a balanced offense despite having a Heisman level qb would suggest that he isn't completely biased against the run.
  22. Any chance a former center who's coached in the NFL is reason enough for Cam to stay another year to develop and be drafted much higher (and be paid much more $$$)?
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