Husker coaching change??

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Husker coaching change??

Postby madden07eurocat » Sat Sep 16, 2017 4:17 pm

Obviously the last couple of jurists are straggling in, but I have been a die hard Husker fan since the '78 season and I have never been a fan of the coaching change to Mike Riley. Today's loss to NIU isn't a good sign that the program is getting better. Truth be told it is worse than it has been a lot of years. I would venture to say that some will be calling for Coach Riley's job if there isn't a swift turn-around.
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Re: Husker coaching change??

Postby jerricho » Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:32 pm

Mike Riley did better than Scott Frost is doing this year.

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Re: Husker coaching change??

Postby madden07eurocat » Tue Oct 09, 2018 5:09 pm

jerricho wrote:Mike Riley did better than Scott Frost is doing this year.

Patience my friend. He's having to clean up the mess that Riley left the program in. I would be surprised seeing the rest of the schedule if the Huskers win more than 2 games the rest of the way. Remember they struggled, big time, to win 4 games last season and the last three were blow outs. Know one should have expected more than what they are seeing at this point.
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Re: Husker coaching change??

Postby KO'BBF » Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:39 pm

My hometown is 30 miles east of Scott Frost's hometown. I first seen Scott when I was in middle school , he was playing high school basketball against my hometown. First time I saw a dunk in person, and I jeered the visitor for it.

Then he disses Nebraska for Stanford and then comes home because they wanna make him a safety in Palo Alto. Then there was that famous 1996 Arizona State game. Long story short I have never taken a seat on the Scott Frost band wagon.

Now that he's 0-5 I am utterly shocked about how Nebraska fans are treating him. I agree with the junk he inherited, but isn't a good coach supposed to make the weak into winners? Look, Bo Pelini inherited a train wreck from Callahan and he didn't start off 0-5. They would have burned his house down.

But, anyway, look what he did at UCF. So oh, well, whatever.....


Truth be told, college ball pales into comparison with the NFL. I can't take the wobbly passes and the blowouts. Plus, the striped ball is ugly... and its cheating :o .... look for the ball in the air, who needs the stripes? :lol:
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