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  1. 'This Isn't Year Zero': Scott Frost Expects an Immediate Turnaround at Nebraska
  2. Frost's last game as a Husker was T.O.'s last game as a coach. Heh. I knew that, but I guess I'd just forgotten.
  3. Thurston from Pender

    OWH 6 part series on Scott Frost

    **From Enhance: Just as a reminder every one - as this article is currently behind a pay wall, it would be ill-advised to post direct quotes from it.** ---------- This is a MUST read. Behind the paywall. Buy a hard copy or subscribe to the digital version. Lots of info even YOU didn’t know. This is Pulitzer Prize stuff. As I travel the country, I always note that our OWH is superior to other local fishwraps. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
  4. Lots of props to Nebraska on the Frost hire, everyone trashes Tennessee for what they did. https://n.rivals.com/news/rivals-roundtable-reacting-to-a-wild-ride-on-the-coaching-carousel
  5. twofittyonred

    Great UCF farwell article.....

  6. Hi, looking for a Nebraska game worn jersey, in particular the following players: #34, Trev Alberts #7, Scott Frost #50 Dave Rimington OR #30 Mike Rozier Thanks!
  7. WanderingHusker

    Have we learned anything yet?

    Coach changes are very upsetting to both players and fans. We, my wife and I traveled to Wisconsin last year and witnessed Pelini cuss out a player. At the time we were up 17-0 and the players shut down on Pelini literally, it was an embarrassment for all Nebraskans. Pelini was pictured constantly on the big board; everyone could read the lips of foul mouthed Pelini trash talk a player as he pointed his finger and followed the player for two plays with his back to the field. Pelini should have been fired, probably never hired! Frank Solich inherited a wonderful program from Tom Osborne. Nebraska had the potential to win several more National Championships with the talent he inherited; Unfortunately Frank Solich’s was terminated due to his indiscretions with students [this has never been disputed by the UNL athletic department]. Solich’s years of very poor recruiting fell in the lap of Bill Callahan, who picked up pieces, knowing you don’t recruit experienced juniors and seniors, you get what the prior coach left you. Callahan was criticized for recruiting and filling the recruiting void with Junior college players remember? We jumped the horn with Callahan who did a wonderful job recruiting, remember Suh? Fans and alumni took him out in two years; the strong recruiting efforts by Callahan, Pelini got credit for the next four years. We as Nebraskans have a long history of decorum, demeanor and respect for our opponents, and it took Tom Osborne years of disappointing seasons with alumni calling for his job too! I am for Scott Frost as a coach, however not at this time; the clean-up that has to be done is being done by a soft spoken Mike Riley which is needed at this time, Riley has enough experience to weather consequences of losses as he tries to build upon recruiting talent for a future coach, possibly Scott Frost. Then we may, if we as fans, alumni and faculty support this effort united we may be able to lick our wounds, learn by past mistakes and build upon this experience for a stronger program in the future. Tom Osborne’s humility gave us strength during challenging times, lest we forget.