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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Mix, Jun 30, 2021.
All those countable coaches, and still nobody could take a crack at special teams?
think it just means he can't take another job for that year
lol. talk about a non issue
It means that if coaches with show-cause restrictions are hired, the school that hires them can be on the hook for the violations at the original school - they have to show cause why they shouldn't - and the new school will get hit with repeat offender penalties if that coach breaks the rules at the new school.
So it doesn't prohibit them from being hired, but it makes them a lot less desirable.
It’s a shame that a once highly respected man living in Florida has been corrupted by the state of Nebraska this bad
Would be a shame if we had to vacate those 3 wins from that season
I am absolutely appalled Nebraska. For shame
In other news, Nebraska having their ‘best week of practice since I got here’ is absolutely in play to be accurate this season.
5 day suspension is only during the championship part of the season so I don't even know why they wasted the ink on that part
Yeah someone explain to me, as one would a child, what the show-cause means
A one-year extension to the current probationary period (through April 2023).
A $10,000 fine.
A one-year show-cause order for the football head coach, plus a five-day suspension from all coaching duties during the championship segment of the 2022 football season.
A reduction of the number of football countable coaches by one for two days of practice during the spring 2022 season.
All noncoaching staff members will be removed from practice and competition for five consecutive days during the championship segment of the 2022 season.
Championship segment just means regular season
my favorite part of this is the analyst who ratted us out was our "special teams guru" who led us to possibly the worst special teams unit in FBS history and got canned.
cant be worse than when Taggart hired a buddy that was a shitty 7on7 coach to coach our special teams
Oh it was worse.
Pretty sure we only had 10 guys on the field for this too which has become a Nebraska special teams staple for the past decade somehow.
Nebraska’s special teams has been close to the worst in NCAA football the last SEVERAL years (I’m talking 100+) and Nebraska is a program where that shouldn’t happen because of the resources alone. The people that play for FREE should be among the best in the country.
Honestly, there is ZERO reason a power 5 team should be absolute garbage at special teams. Nebraska has been amazingly horrible. At LEAST a WAR of 1.5 games a year the last several years.
We lost a game in which the other team had zero first downs in the second half largely due to special teams
Just scroll down here. Been a normal year for Frost (ok, slightly worst, we didn’t think about going outside of the top 100 before him, then we looked around 100..and then!) and you will eventually find Nebraska.
**make this more accurate***
the other team fell behind by a touchdown In the 4th quarter and still won the game and didn’t have a 1st down in the second half.
it’s so normal so many of you will learn about this at this point
We hired a bank teller as OC. Anything is possible
Michigan once had a special teams coach install the rugby punt for a game at Iowa, have 2 rugby punts blocked in the loss of that game to Iowa, immediately get fired and start selling insurance.
How is Mrs. S. Frost doing during these trying times?
Was that in 2003?
Still collecting checks from great practices.
Ramon Ochoa was the man.
Thought so. I was there for that one.
And that man was a better OC, play caller, and recruiter than your head coach. Telling.
Turns out Vegas also likes to make money off idiots
If you're willing to overlook Nebraska's football product, there's a lot to like about their schedule.
Did Iowa and Mich State lose everything?
Hmm tell me more about this team with the all-time worst head coach that's hemorrhaging the small amount of talent they managed to acquire. I smell a steal
Never had anything
Just think how bad Nebraska's football program would be had they not severed conference ties to those malignant Texas recruiting territories.
They haven't convinced some 5 star farmboy to come since before 2009? That's insane.
They’ve only had 2 5* ever, Marlon Lucky and Chris Septak.
Back when they gave 6'3 white TEs 5*
Zack Bowman and Baker Steinkuhler tho. They were rivals 5* when rivals was really the only semi-legit service
Yeah if you're gonna count juco, Demorrio Williams and Andre Jones then too
I ran the numbers and it appears that in fact stars don’t matter!
I'd imagine they should be able to land some with Mil in play and their fan base being so rabid
That Milwaukee market is open for the 'Skers to mine!
Yeah, I’m curious if moving to the B1G hurt Nebraska’s ability to recruit Texas or if Scott Frost being bad did that. I guess it is both.
Literally nothing in the history of sports has been more overstated than Nebraska’s need to fill their classes with Texans.
Especially now that not only are Texas and OU strong in the area, but so is A&M, Tech, Baylor, Houston is goin P5, LSU/Bama/Arkansas take their pick, as does Ohio State. I’m sure there’s tons of kids in Waxahatchee and The Colony checking their mail boxes every day waiting on that #Nebraska Cornhuskers offer though!
what Nebraska needs to do is recruit the 500 mile radius.
But right now we hardly recruit anyone who has more than a MAC offer. This has nothing to do with us being in the B1G.
And now the best Nebraska kids don’t even want to come here because we fuckin suck shit
It’s really uncanny. A lot of actually intelligent CFB fans have told me we are screwed because we can’t recruit Texas anymore.y response is generally “we can’t even recruit Omaha anymore buddy, Texas is the least of our worries”.
Do you guys have a competent NIL collective? My assumption is that any boosters willing to put money into one will be waiting till Frost gets fired.