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  • So.... the SEC offensive player of the year was benched for a true freshman..... there had to be some thrilling pillow fights in the SEC last year.


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    • That doesn't make a ton of sense, ent.
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      • Ent...don't disparage the runner-up Tide like that...
        Shut the fuck up Donny!

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        • The Husker Love for Orlando Commuter School is precious. lol.

          If you can't win, support a mid major who did, I suppose.

          You go Husker Knights! You go!
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          • Shut the fuck up Donny!

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              • He had accepted the job. Budget for assistants and his salary were agreed upon. He was thrilled to get the job. Then his wife decided to 'revoke her permission that allowed him to accept the job' so he said there was nothing he could do if she told him no. I don't like the term 'cuck' but that's what this was.
                Last edited by AlabamAlum; January 18th, 2018, 10:06 AM.
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                • The term applies to alot of what he did- and didn't do- in Lincoln as well.

                  Just a huge waste of time and money...but I guess we have plenty of both, so no biggie I guess. I am guessing we won't do anything about the fact he and OSU are in violation of the mitigation clause of his contract either. Its just shitloads of money. NBD.

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                  • It's a shame, really. He's a good guy. But Nebraska didn't hire him because he's nice. His key job duty was to win football games within the rules of the NCAA. He did not.
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                    • Originally posted by AlabamAlum View Post
                      He had accepted the job. Budget for assistants and his salary were agreed upon. He was thrilled to get the job. Then his wife decided to 'revoke her permission that allowed him to accept the job' so he said there was nothing he could do if she told him no. I don't like the term 'cuck' but that's what this was.
                      Sounds similar to what Pitino did in regards to the basketball job here.

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                      • I've notice several athletes that Frost and company have recruited are starting to gain interest from schools I historically believe do a good job in evaluating talent or attracting talent. while it make it tougher to land those prospects, it is also a sign the staff is identifying talented athletes.

                        While there are still a couple of head scratchers, overall, I think frost is looking for versatile athletes who can play several positions for his team. I also think his scheme allows for hybrids that create mismatches. Is a large WR a TE or WR? They might be a 3 star WR, but in Frost's scheme and at TE, they might be more valuable.
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                        • Miles Jones is a good really good catch. Similar skillset to JD...smaller, but a little more explosive. Between he, Woodyard and JD that gives us three kids that are gifted open-field runners, with Lindsay still waiting to show us his ability in that regard yet. Jones can play RB or WR, so he checks your "versatility" box as well.

                          With Stanley staying in college and McQuitty's recovery going well, we could see the receiver corps go from yellow alert to a strongpoint by season's end.

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                          • 5 wins next season?

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                            • 6 or 7 IMO.

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                              • Akron (tomato can, but not as bad as they used to be) -- WIN!!! (also, Coach Tressel's first game was against Akron -- a soul-moving 28-14 throttling of an awful Zips squad!)
                                Colorado (no clue what they return)
                                Troy (no clue what they return, but traditionally about as hard as a tomato can as you can find)
                                @M (good luck beat HARBAUGH!!!!)
                                Purdue (Brohms inched into shockingly competent country -- still managed to lose to Reilly)
                                @Wisconsin (woof)
                                @NW (ah, the weeds of hallowed Dyke Field)
                                Goofers! (can't give PJ a year head start!)
                                @OSU (trips to Columbus haven't gone as well as they could for UNL)
                                Illinois (gotta think anyone can beat Lovie)
                                Sparty (quite the trifecta from the East -- Delaney delivers steel spiked dildo to Huskerz rectum)
                                @Iowa (lemme tell ya, very difficult to win at IC)

                                OoC-wise, I just don't know about Colorado. Troy could be tricky, too. Let's say they go 2.5-0.5.

                                Conference-wise, the East cross-overs are ridiculous. I suppose it's good to eat that pile of pain in a rebuilding year -- 0-3. Against the West, Wisky is a loss. I'm going to call Iowa/NW as 1.5 losses. For the home games -- Purdue, Illinois, Goofers -- I'll call those as 2-1.

                                So 2.5 + 0 + 0.5 + 2 = 5-7 as most probable. Colorado, Purdue, Illinois, Goofers -- if they sweep those then they get to 6 with a shot to steal a road game against NW/Iowa.

                                I have four dead balls losses, so 8-4 is ceiling.
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