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Broken record, OL coach has been the worst since Solich. Same old song and dance. What's the real problem? I don't buy the worst ever OL coach story.
Actually that's not the definition of insanity, though it is repeated over and over as being such. The definition of insanity is "the state of being seriously mentally ill."Insanity is to expect change whilst doing the same thing over and over.
and who are we again?We are 7 games into the season. We are who we are. Some minor changes could happen but probably not major changes as most of the issues are mental mistakes: consistency, effort, penalties, missed assignments, mindset of being tough-relentless and none one will beat you. All of this is either sporadic or missing.
Receiving an endorsement from you doesn't help his casei'm not a fan of coddling coaches or players that need a swift kick in the rear...but MR has been more right than some so-called experts out here recently...check the threads. That said, II have no idea what you are talking about...that's normal though, because you provide nothing but the heckle factor out here.
Fortunately my case stands on its own two feet. The problems we have are avoidable and could have been mitigated with proper planning all the way back in the first spring. We are still wandering lost like a rudderless ship knowing full well going in circles is not making progress. There is no room for the repetitive failure shown by regulars, especially our starters.Receiving an endorsement from you doesn't help his case
Sometimes you read a post that expresses a unique, intelligent thought.Is a bowl game truly what is needed or expected ? Does being selected to "one of 100 post-season bowl games" really mean that much? Will another 15 days of practice make this a much better team?
I shudder at the thought of another televised game where the Huskers look lost, confused and beaten badly - on national tv again ! There's only a limited of sunshine that can be pumped into fans and recruits to make this program palatable.
Bless your heartFortunately my case stands on its own two feet. The problems we have are avoidable and could have been mitigated with proper planning all the way back in the first spring. We are still wandering lost like a rudderless ship knowing full well going in circles is not making progress. There is no room for the repetitive failure shown by regulars, especially our starters.
was just gonna say. Hope he told him he would do better as well in getting them in right position. As meyer said couple weeks back. Best way to lose a team is to start pointing fingers without first pointing one at yourselfYep, when Austin said "we", I hope he was including himself