To be determinedIf Martinez had stayed here this year, this upcoming Nebraska team would have been the most talented squad he'd have been a part of and probably better than KSUs. There really isn't much lacking right now for talent other than some o line depth. Can't ask for too much more to make a run at a solid winning season here, the transfer portal has seemingly solidified most of the position groups.
Obviously you haven’t payed attention. Oklahoma State had one of the best defenses in the nation. Iowa State had the #9 ranked defense and Baylor, Kansas State and West Virginia were no slouches. As for juggernaut, I’m not sure there was any outside of Georgia. To suggest the Big 12 hasn’t improved on defense would be ignorant.You mean you didn't know the big 12 is the nations premier conference with a juggernaut of defenses? Lol
I think I was talking about the mixed results regarding the acquisition and retention of talent at a level necessary to compete consistently in the B1G. I was pointing out that our dependence on the portal indicates that our roster is/was not loaded in key position groups.The results haven’t been mixed, they’ve been outright bad, terrible. Not one person on this board expected what we’ve seen. Not one. Everyone has been wrong.
It is a mole hillAnd I don’t understand what bridges were still intact to start with.
And as RR noted, he did use the word “probably”. Which is certainly different than “definitely” or “certainly” and gives his guys a pump while not slamming UNL directly.
Let’s let this molehill be a molehill.
That's what I was saying. I don't care how many stars we have in front of our players names, I care about productivity and developmentI think they may very well be better players, football players. Raw talent? Not even close imo. The difference is Kleiman and company bring everything out of their players, and Nebraska looks lost and it’s shown. KSU just plays better football at the moment.