This.Q: You said you'd be surprised by a coach change, is that just because of TO and his interest in program stability?
McK: Primarily. I can't go much deeper than that. But I know TO has been supportive of Mike, and he personally likes him. Tom is big on second chances. And I think he believes Mike is the right person. He'd say they've had a down year, but they're getting more competitive. As long as they're getting better, Tom won't want to make the change. Especially with the conference change.
On this you and I agree HWM. I love TO and revere his image and career, but I'm beginning to wonder if MA has some secret photos of TO in a compromising position that is allowing him to still be the baseball coach.One year might be an anomaly.
Two years might be a trend.
Three years and there's no longer "might be"... it's now fact that Mike Anderson is an absolute failure.
The bandwagon that was once overflowing, entertaining, and supportive has been drained of most of its life now.
I refuse to believe Tom can be so blindly ignorant... but he is likely blindly loyal. Either way, Osborne does not have my 100% support. Great man, great coach... gravitating toward mediocrity (or worse) as an AD.
Yep... but sadly, 80-90% of Nebraska fans really don't care about Husker sports outside of football... so they will never have the same opinion as someone like you or me.On this you and I agree HWM. I love TO and revere his image and career, but I'm beginning to wonder if MA has some secret photos of TO in a compromising position that is allowing him to still be the baseball coach.