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Is there a list of the 2022 Signees/ Transfers that will be enrolling for the spring semester and participating in spring ball? If this topic belongs on a different tab or has already been started please remove.

 

From what I can find as far as a list of early enrollees goes,

 

ENROLLING EARLY

Jaeden Gould- CB 

DeShon Singleton- CB

Charlie Weinrich - K 

Victor Jones Jr- WR

Ernest Hausmann- LB

Justin Evans- Jenkins- OL

Richard Torres- QB (Unclear if he will participate in spring ball due to knee injury)

Hunter Anthony- OL (Transfer OK State)

Brian Buschini- P (Transfer Montana)

 

UNCLEAR

Jake Appleget- LB

Emmett Johnson- RB

DeColdest Crawford- WR

Jalil Martin- S

Brady Weas- LS (Transfer Georgetown)

Tommi Hill- DB (Transfer Arizona State)

Spencer Pankratz- K (Transfer Furman)

Timmy Bleakrode- K/P (Transfer Furman)

Kevin Williams JR- OL (Transfer Northern Colorado)

Isaiah Garcia- Castaneda- WR (Transfer New Mexico State)

 

ARRIVING IN SUMMER

Gage Stenger- ATH

Malcolm Hartzog- ATH

Cooper Hausmann- DB

Luke Lindenmeyer- TE

Blake Miller- S

Brodie Tagaloa- DL

Mikey Pauley- QB

 

 

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14 minutes ago, runningblind said:

I am really not sure he'd even consider Nebraska unless we doubled his pay.

Correct.  This hire in November should be about getting the right candidate this time.  Not the expedient one or the value one.  

 

If Nebraska wishes to return to the group of elite programs in the game, it is time they make the decision to pay for it.  

 

To build a nine figure football facility and then seek a value hire makes little sense.  Let's get it right this time...

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32 minutes ago, BigRedBuster said:

This is what we did with Frost.

No doubt we paid for Coach Frost, but the reality is that it was a marriage of expediency.

 

He fit in so many ways (professionally, culturally, and personally) that we all knew his tenure would bring about a return of the program.  There was no need to look elsewhere for a new hire as this was going to be the perfect union. 

 

Now that we know his tenure will not revive the program, we need to get serious about putting real money on the table for a proven commodity in this business, and it is a business.  Watching USC and LSU assert their positions aggressively with coaches that were seemingly settled in elite jobs illustrates the lengths to which we need to go.  

 

No more experiment or learn on the job candidates.  Let's go get "the guy" that will finally return us to the elite of this game.  

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On 1/4/2022 at 11:30 AM, Huskinator said:

So is literally EVERY post going to be about fire frost?  This is getting old quick. If you want to be doom and gloom go to one of those posts.  Some of us have hope.  MOVE ALONG 

 

Please do not allow this board to become like the 247 board. That place sucks. 

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On 1/4/2022 at 1:12 PM, All Hail Herbie said:

No doubt we paid for Coach Frost, but the reality is that it was a marriage of expediency.

 

He fit in so many ways (professionally, culturally, and personally) that we all knew his tenure would bring about a return of the program.  There was no need to look elsewhere for a new hire as this was going to be the perfect union. 

 

Now that we know his tenure will not revive the program, we need to get serious about putting real money on the table for a proven commodity in this business, and it is a business.  Watching USC and LSU assert their positions aggressively with coaches that were seemingly settled in elite jobs illustrates the lengths to which we need to go.  

 

No more experiment or learn on the job candidates.  Let's go get "the guy" that will finally return us to the elite of this game.  

no matter who we got, i suspect in 3-4 years you will be singing the same song again...  one would think that 3-4 year coaching carousels  don't get it done..  Not defending Frost, just tired of fire'em.  We had an excellent coach who needed anger management classes and won a min 9 games a year... but the fire'em now guys won and we are 1 and 6 winning season since then.  

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1 hour ago, San Diego Husker said:

no matter who we got, i suspect in 3-4 years you will be singing the same song again...  one would think that 3-4 year coaching carousels  don't get it done..  Not defending Frost, just tired of fire'em.  We had an excellent coach who needed anger management classes and won a min 9 games a year... but the fire'em now guys won and we are 1 and 6 winning season since then.  

I wouldn’t say “excellent”. But, better results than we have had since.  

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