Jump to content

dvdcrr

Members
  • Content Count

    1,662
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

722 Excellent

About dvdcrr

  • Rank
    Scout Team

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

Recent Profile Visitors

4,165 profile views
  1. Do you understand percentiles? ...asking for a friend.
  2. It's not that we CAN'T .... it is that we WON'T.
  3. You forgot an important category: Players on the team who really care: 23 to 98
  4. Decent means hanging in there long enough to qualify for their retirement program which he did. And your second point: Yep that is about it! I mean type away for fun, it is just a board. People get what they paid for when they read it.
  5. I mean at Nebraska we are just people helpers. We are feeling good about all the other running backs in the conference who we are helping have break out days! You go, boy!
  6. Maybe someone here could answer this competently if they had spent 5 years playing Div 1 ball, earning a NC as a player, going on to a decent career in the NFL as a defensive player, then serving on several highly successful coaching staffs, eventually becoming a HC and winning the AP Coach of the year award after having been undefeated. Anybody with those credentials posting on here? I will wait.
  7. If you've ever been a college athlete, you will understand that there is growth in strength from 18-23 years old. That is why I do not favor throwing the young guys in against the wolves. In practice if you are on the scout team you generally go hard in 1v1 against the second team on down, but there is a general rule that you don't mess with the first team guys in practice, and in turn they refrain from ripping your head off. This arrangement allows you to survive until your sophomore year. The new kids are playing younger bc they are better coached out of high school but you can't speed up that physical maturation. SO I prefer to let a kid develop with healthy knees in order to see what they can really do when they are 21-22 year old.
  8. It will be better. Things have a way of improving after riding out the tough times. Martinez' greatness will shine through, he has tremendous talent. Once the players who aren't buying in realize they are stuck with these guys they will come around. It wouldn't hurt if we could make the program a little less Green somehow IMO
  9. And 55 of those were against a team they were playing for a second time that season whom they had previously held to 13 points. It is always harder to slow a team down the second time.
  10. ...said the team captains on their way to a 4-8 season.
  11. Oh, I don't know about this... Have you ever wondered what the team might look like if the coaches had some real guys step up on the team and lead? For example, Chin didn't have any trouble handling Auburn who had previously beaten Alabama and Georgia. But also, lets say you are an Algebra teacher but after a couple weeks the kids decide you suck because the last guy was so much easier, so they don't even move past long division. Seeing that, how fast are you going to throw quadratic equations at them? Maybe never. And everyone would say, that math teacher is in over his head. The other guys are simplifying expressions, and we are just doing long division.
  12. I think we have a crew(players) led by a few cats (other players) on the team who don't believe and a sprinkling of young stars who do believe.
  13. That person will we be found right along side all the people who thought 2005 Nebraska would beat Chad Henne and Michigan.
  14. Find out who them bad apples are and sit there a$$
×
×
  • Create New...