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I see 2-2 in the next 4 games.  We lose to NW and Minny and squeak out wins against Indy and Purdue. 

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Agreed. We should be favored in all of these games, and the coaches should be able to get us to a minimum of six wins through this stretch. 
 

And for the impatient fans in the back—this is (as of this post) only 1.3 years into what will surely be a four or five year rebuild. What Frost did at UCF was almost unheard of for a reason—we’re going to need some time to get to where we need to be.

 

Right now, we just need six or seven wins to get a bowl game and an extra set of practices for the kids coming up. 

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1 minute ago, VectorVictor said:

Agreed. We should be favored in all of these games, and the coaches should be able to get us to a minimum of six wins through this stretch.

 

As a fan, sadly I still think in terms of where we were in the 90s as where we should be.

Reality hit hard last night, it ain't happening again.

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2 minutes ago, Packerhuskerfan said:

All winnable and all loseable.   We have to stop turning the ball over multiple times a game.  Defenses also have the blueprint to stop our offense.

Unless they have Chase Young on their team, they don’t 

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5 minutes ago, YellowShirt said:

Unless they have Chase Young on their team, they don’t 

Martinez has been inaccurate all season.  High snaps and high throws.  With our horrible special teams, we can't get FGs or good field position.   That is not good for close games.

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1 minute ago, Packerhuskerfan said:

Martinez has been inaccurate all season.  High snaps and high throws.  With our horrible special teams, we can't get FGs or good field position.   That is not good for close games.

How is that a blueprint to stop our offense? With the exception of maybe NW I don’t see us having any problem scoring a pile of points in the 4 games listed above.

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Going forward I definitely want to see more of the young guys at the skill positions. We haven't been getting production from the WR Corp, and Washington is banged up. I want to see what our young guys can do... If anything it shows recruits we are willing to play them as freshmen.

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Team and staff need to dig deep. Decide who they are now and who they want to be....Can they flush that OSU game out and quiet the doubt and noise and play some serious football or not.  Stop the penalties and TO's or not.  Get some leaders who are not afraid to take it to a players a$$ who makes mistakes in game....Coaches who throw caution to the wind and play loose. ....

 

 

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This game may be like last seasons woodshedding in Michigan, team wakes up and plays well the rest of the season.  That is the hope at least.

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4 minutes ago, r06ue1 said:

This game may be like last seasons woodshedding in Michigan, team wakes up and plays well the rest of the season.  That is the hope at least.

Hopefully that is not our plan every year. Get pounded by someone and then we wake up. I thought we already woke up and were taking this game serious 

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