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Covid-19 a perk for Nebraska Football?

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5 hours ago, CheeseHusker said:

Our defensive backs already play 10 yards off the ball, so nothing would fundamentally change...

 

 

I think this should have gotten a couple +1s. Come on, people. 

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12 minutes ago, Jason Sitoke said:

The solution to this problem, and all problems, is simple:  Robots

Kid What GIF - Kid What Huh GIFs

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21 hours ago, Hilltop said:

Kid What GIF - Kid What Huh GIFs

 

 

I’m guessing he wants the nerds in Nebraska to develop football robots to play against the robots developed by the Iowa nerds, and so on. Although since they aren’t supposed to have social contact they’ll have to use robots to build the robots.

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I don't see much benefit (only for a few players). We are a young team that needs more practices, weight room, film room etc. than most teams on our schedule. 

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I don't think of this thread, and its title, as being "off base," but it did strike me as irresponsible when I saw it.  Free speech, yes, but nice meme to pass around the internet?  "Huskers benefit from the coronavirus."  ??

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Well if it means we get the spring practices in the summer, that could be good for the team with all the new freshmen. What are the players doing now? I hope they're all staying in shape, but who knows. Could this delay some of the freshmen's graduation and arrival on campus?

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31 minutes ago, BigRedBuster said:

I actually think this is going to make kids want to stay closer to home...which will negatively affect Nebraska. 

 

 

Good point. Think you might be right. Although there may be some who live in big cities who see the benefit in living in a lower population area. Depends how bad it gets.

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1 hour ago, BigRedBuster said:

I actually think this is going to make kids want to stay closer to home...which will negatively affect Nebraska. 

 

34 minutes ago, Moiraine said:

 

 

Good point. Think you might be right. Although there may be some who live in big cities who see the benefit in living in a lower population area. Depends how bad it gets.

I suspect both of those would be temporary effects. Things go back to normal for 6 months and a large percentage of people go right back to the way things were.

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On 3/25/2020 at 7:00 PM, Hooked on Huskers said:

Shut down 2020 schedule?  If so, massive suicide.

The possibility of no college football in 2020 seems more likely by the day.

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2 hours ago, theknife said:

The possibility of no college football in 2020 seems more likely by the day.

As of today, I believe (HOPE) there is a greater likelihood of games without fans then no games altogether. But obviously that is an ongoing, liquid, and mercurical assumption....

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Issue Husker red surgical masks and Purell with the tickets this fall.  The curve should have flattened by then and the supply chain will have caught up. Make everyone sign a waiver.  I don't want a refund.

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