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#502633 UCLA game plan

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 26 December 2015 - 11:43 PM

x 11 would have resulted in at least 9 wins, probably more.


Glad it only took a coach with 41  years experience 11 games to figure that out.


Yeah, we're in good hands.


Everything is awesome.



#502154 Oh. My. God.

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 03 November 2015 - 04:46 PM

But the decision to fire Pelini?  Absolutely the right call. 



Hiring Riley and the Beaver stooges?  Worst decision ever.


While I disagree with the firing, that part is over.


The blaming Pelini revisionist history crowd is what is killing me.


The cupboard wasn't, isn't, and never will be, bare at NU.


There are players that can play, they just can't or won't for this staff. Or more probably, are put in horrendous positions to look like shit now.


See: Josh Banderas, and Ryker Fyfe, Daniel Davie for example.

#502115 Riley's Press Conference

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 02 November 2015 - 09:41 PM

Being a class act has nothing to do with coaching football.




Fuck you, fuck me, fuck everybody for a 11 win season.


Fuck you..

#502069 At least Jerry Palm is listening

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 31 October 2015 - 10:41 PM

I'm clearly a fucking sunshine pumper.


I thought (in some-fucking bodies immortal words) that a trained monkey in a room full of banana scented air fresheners could coach NU to wins over Purdue, Illinois, and Rutgers.




0-3 ain't all that bad.


Wait, I'm not Mike Riley. 

#501939 Another one....

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 26 October 2015 - 10:35 AM


Last week at Minnesota, Nebraska used a 60/40 run/pass ratio to spark a big road victory that had everybody all smiles. Afterwards, Mike Riley said ""But I think that was a picture of what we need balance-wise."

Lesson learned, right?

Wrong. Ignore what the head coach said, because actions speak louder than words.  In the first quarter, Nebraska ran the ball nine times and threw the ball 14 times.  60/40 thus became 38/62. And that was at the start of the game: it was precisely how Mike Riley and Danny Langsdorf planned to start the game.  It's how they prepared this team.

Want more evidence?  Nine times, Nebraska faced a third down needing four or fewer yards.  They ran the ball three times - and gained three first downs.  Oh, and scored a touchdown too.  But passing in those situations?  One for six, with that interception.               

Probably Bo's fault, too.




#501912 It's game day you repugnant anal fissures

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 24 October 2015 - 03:31 PM

Can we go back to winning games with the asshole?


Is it too late for that?

#498682 new offensive coordinator?

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 01 January 2015 - 06:56 PM




He did well to turn Eli around this year.  We can't bitch and moan about not having a QB coach to help develop talent.  


Bringing a whole staff with you as a coach is working pretty well for Jerry Kill 

So funny on so many levels.


Bo keeps assistants out of loyalty, familiarity, etc., and he's an idiot.


Riley does it, and it's all good because it's working for Jerry Fucking KIll? Really?


Enjoy that 5-7 season next year.


I'll be at the Louisville games. They just happen to have a competent AD, and hired the best coach available when they had an opening. Sounds like a damn strategy, huh?


Unlike Opie and the current administration at NU. 

#498028 Nebraska v USC in the Holiday Bowl

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 08 December 2014 - 12:54 PM


By Dirk Chatelain / World-Herald Staff Writer



-- I have a hard time blaming the Big 12 for not having a championship game. It’s not their fault four teams high-tailed it out of the league -- you don’t add members solely for the purpose of a football championship game.



Yes, it is their fault 4 teams high-tailed it out of the league, Dirk.


It absolutely, without a question, IS their fault.


I'd ask if you're really this dumb, but I already know the answer.

#497940 Boom! Commit #12 ***

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 06 December 2014 - 09:33 PM

Aaaand he's bringing half his staff.


So much for that high powered "everybody wants to work for the nicest guy in the biz" staff.


Here we go again.

#497760 Let me get this straight

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 04 December 2014 - 03:12 PM

The only way I was "on board" with the firing goes like this:


Ginger: Bo, fire both coordinators, hire real ones, and you can keep you job, and btw, probably win a game worth winning.


Bo: Fuck you, I'm the Head Football Coach.


Ginger: Not anymore, you're not.


Other than that, I wasn't "on board" with firing Bo.


2-7 in the conference this year for Mr. Riley.  Seems like a nice dude. I'd love to give him a chance. Just don't see it. He's lost everywhere he's gone. 14-30 something in the NFL, losing in the PAC 12, blah, blah, blah.


Maybe he's the proverbial "right fit". I guess we'll see, I just don't believe they didn't consult us on the hire.



#497737 New Head Coach Mike Riley, from Oregon State

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 04 December 2014 - 01:29 PM


Don't be too quick to judge the Husker's hiring of Mike Riley

By Tom Shatel


No, Tom, we wouldn't want to judge a coach, would we?

#497616 Frost

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 03 December 2014 - 05:36 PM



A good way to make sure you are nothing more than the 300lbs holding the bench down?

That's assuming that ADSE or Harvey are making the calls who gets to play...  If the administration has any say over that, well I fear for the program far more.


Because as a manager, I always let my underlings bad mouth my boss loudly and publicly with no fear of how that reflects on me.


Yeah, what would happen to the pizza?

#488121 McKewon: 10 moments that defined the Huskers in 2013

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 09 January 2014 - 03:01 PM

Boxie's top 10?

8 fumbles and 2 false starts.


#482165 Best article I've seen yet

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 20 September 2013 - 10:00 AM


There's a middle point to all this.

We're unrealistic if we expect 60-3 and 3 MNC's every 5 years.

I don't necessarily think it's unrealistic to expect to not get blown out 4 games a year.

You know what IS funny, though?

We gave up less yards to UCLA this year than we did last year.

Had the offense got, oh, I dunno, maybe three first downs in the second half, we would have been a lot better off.

Pre-season expectations:

Offense carries the defense while the young dudes get up to speed on defense.

Offense implodes against UCLA, we got beat.

What a shock. And everybody is up in arms.

Fuck you fans. Fuck all of you. Fairweather bitches.

#481042 So, the golf coach dude....

Posted by LouisvilleHusker on 29 August 2013 - 02:09 PM

This comes from some sense of entitlement fostered by a great coach who was given 20+ years to develop his craft. The only thing limited memory fans can remember are those last five years that they now feel is their birthright, without the process.

Early POTY candidate.

And agree with 5th, we we in that CU game until late in the 3rd quarter. Without that TO (reminiscent of the GA fumble by Ameer) we come back and win that game. But we lost, knee jerked Frank out of town, and ending up in the quagmire that we're just now getting out of.

Yeah, let's keep bitching about the "4 losses" "most yards" "most points" "waaaaaaaah bullshit", and not enjoy what we have. Which is the greatest tradition in college football based on "More Than Winning".