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18 hours ago, admo said:

It does matter if they are good.  The opponents W-L record tells a lot about those teams.  I agree we are bad and we have coaching issues. 

Never concede that we have coaching issues.  We are just in a 5 year slump when it comes to getting "the breaks".  

 

We know that the Coach has zero ability to steer the outcome.  Our team is merely the victim of circumstance.

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I still support frost, you all can be mad at me.

 

I'd rather watch this team than one coached by Callahan, Riley or even Pelini.  Nebraska was just a few years after the historic 90s run and our head coaching search brought us the big name of Bill Callahan.  Pelini had a hard playing defense, but once people soured on him we spent big bucks to get rid of him and hire Historically horrible Mike Riley.  People on here seem to think it's going to be better rolling the dice again, well, the track record on Nebraska's head coaching dice rolls proves otherwise.

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3 minutes ago, methodical said:

I still support frost, you all can be mad at me.

 

I'd rather watch this team than one coached by Callahan, Riley or even Pelini.  Nebraska was just a few years after the historic 90s run and our head coaching search brought us the big name of Bill Callahan.  Pelini had at a hard playing defense, but once people soured on him we spent big bucks to get rid of him and hire Historically horrible Mike Riley.  People on here seem to think it's going to be better rolling the dice again, well, the track record on Nebraska's head coaching dice rolls proves otherwise.

You're not alone. We've had a long, long series of missteps. And everyone's entitled to an opinion. The one thing we all have in common is that we want the Huskers to succeed regardless our perspectives. Frost has one hell of a battle on his hands to right the ship. 

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On 11/27/2021 at 12:27 PM, Decoy73 said:

Nobody is saying you or anyone else should ignore them.  Pessimism is a choice, though.  For me, I would be miserable if I chose to be pessimistic this entire offseason.  I suppose, however, that some may relish in it.  

Realistically, Frost is a long shot to succeed here at NU now. How many coaches succeed after starting off with 4 losing seasons? I'm to tired and lazy to look that up right now but I'd be surprised if it was a regular occurrence. 

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8 hours ago, methodical said:

I still support frost, you all can be mad at me.

 

I'd rather watch this team than one coached by Callahan, Riley or even Pelini.  Nebraska was just a few years after the historic 90s run and our head coaching search brought us the big name of Bill Callahan.  Pelini had a hard playing defense, but once people soured on him we spent big bucks to get rid of him and hire Historically horrible Mike Riley.  People on here seem to think it's going to be better rolling the dice again, well, the track record on Nebraska's head coaching dice rolls proves otherwise.

We finished 3-9.....how much worse you getting? "I'd rather blow a$$ with Frost than maybe blow the same a$$ or get better with someone else!" 

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5 hours ago, Husker_Bohunk said:

Realistically, Frost is a long shot to succeed here at NU now. How many coaches succeed after starting off with 4 losing seasons? I'm to tired and lazy to look that up right now but I'd be surprised if it was a regular occurrence. 

only 2....Greg Schiano and David Cutcliffe....talk about great company to be included with Rutgers and Duke. That is if you measure success by winning more games than you lose in a year. Otherwise they dont exist. 

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It is pretty clear at this point that nobody really wants to come to Lincoln to coach beside Coach Frost. If there is a coach climbing the ladder out there, what would they see in coming to Lincoln? Evidently nothing. They see no upside.

 

I am not sure why in the world Frost is kept at the helm. He says the right things, but does not do them. Hanging out at the bars with his buddies and other women, knowingly breaking NCAA policy and having additional practices during Covid, breaking NCAA policy allowing analysts to talk to players, saying "no" to a bowl game last year (if nothing else they could have had extra practice time), trying to get out of the OU game, etc. This shows what kind of guy he is. The results on the field shows what kind of coach he is. Neither perspective is good at all.

 

Tear off the band aid, fire him, and move forward! If he cannot hire anybody by now to commit coming to Lincoln, at best you will be getting towards the bottom of the barrel, and at worst you will get Frost puppets that will give you the same old thing on the field. It is really not in my blood to do so, but I am starting to feel sorry for the program and fans in general. 

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