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3 hours ago, Guy Chamberlin said:

 

Still shouldn't ignore the majority of Husker fans who don't want to fire Frost at all, but are smart enough to see that some of the problems on this team are the same problems that would be attributable to ineffective coaching on every other team. 

 

Or we can just stop complaining and wait for the 5 star recruits to roll in. 

That’s what is getting frustrating. Just because you question (or criticize if you will) the coach and staff doesn’t mean you’re calling for any or all of them to be fired. 

 

Just that you are questioning some of the decisions. 

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I also learned the following:

 

Bo won 9 games every year

Bo had descent recruits base on his record

Mike Riley had one good year wt Bo's recruits.

Riley had 2 losing years with Bo's recruits

MR was a terrible coach (but nice guy:D)

 

SF is a very good coach based on past history

Riley's recruits are now the upper classes of SF's team

SF has a hard time overcoming the very poor recruiting done by Mike Riley.

Recruiting the right 'Joes' to fit into your system is paramount to having success with that system.

SF needs more time to get his 'Joes' into his system.

 

On the side, SF was successful at UCF because the former coach had play makers that also fit

Frost's system.  

 

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15 hours ago, Huskers93-97 said:

You know the program has reached bottom feeder level when information like this is supposed to make us feel better. 

 

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11 minutes ago, Mavric said:

Or Wan'Dale blocked it correctly and Mills screwed it up...

 

 

Regardless, Noah has to take care of the ball and we live to play another down.  It doesnt even look like passing is an option bc we have lineman downfield, but Noah looks like he is pulling up to try to throw it away.

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Just now, swmohusker said:

Regardless, Noah has to take care of the ball and we live to play another down.  It doesnt even look like passing is an option bc we have lineman downfield, but Noah looks like he is pulling up to try to throw it away.

 

Yeah, I would have to put most of the blame on Noah there.  It sure seems like he should have seen that guy earlier and been able to do something better.

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On 10/26/2019 at 7:50 PM, lo country said:

Still no idea what happened to Mills.

 

On 10/26/2019 at 8:40 PM, BigPeterJ said:

Not sure why we went away from Mills. The kid is playing good football, and he can take a beating.  Frost is not coaching well imo, but he is our best and last chance.

 

He blew his assignment on Vedral's fumble, so he was basically benched.

 

On 10/27/2019 at 12:31 AM, LumberJackSker said:

Nelson and tannor should get all his snaps. Sure tannor is undersized but at least he's athletic and nelson bites to much on zone read plays but he plays hard and looks more active when out there.  They'll also both be back next year and davis won't. 

 

I don't disagree, but the 3rd and 7 scramble to ice the game is exactly why Nelson at least isn't playing more. Not saying Davis definitely would've done it better, but Nelson crashed hard and gave up the edge without a fight. Too focused on making a play instead of knowing the situation and doing his job. He'll be good though - and no idea where Tannor is.

 

Supposedly the "disrespect" comes from Frost complaining about the crossover schedule, and specifically mentioning Indiana as a team we should play more. You have to be either stupid or desperate to take that as an insult though - he was specifically complaining about how much we will get OSU/Michigan/PSU. He wasn't mentioning Indiana as easy wins, just easier games than what we've got.

 

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I think the point of the article was showing just how different the situations were when Frost took over the UCF program and when he took over NU.  Basically, the author is saying it is going to take both Frost and Taggart plenty of time to bring their respective programs back and how fan negativity isn't helping.

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6 minutes ago, funhusker said:

What the hell was even the point of that article???

He was trying to bring down the wrath of IU's AD onto UCF.

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Meanwhile, the struggling Nebraska team Frost now coaches was beaten 38-31 by perennial Big Ten punching bag Indiana.

 

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I was happy for UCF while Frost was there but they acted and continue to act like a whiny bitch baby about the whole thing.  I enjoyed both of their losses this year. Never seen a fan base more ungrateful to the person who pulled them out of the gutter. 

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24 minutes ago, 4skers89 said:

He was trying to bring down the wrath of IU's AD onto UCF.

 

And he will feel that wrath when IU kicks the crap out of the Orlando Sentinel in the bowl game

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