I really have no idea. I highly doubt it. I again go back to when he stated to the high school coaches "for those of you that stuck with our Husker Power from the 90s and didn't try shifting to this 'functional' training stuff which I don't even know what that means, you are way ahead of the people that tried to evolve." I mean, if we were saying you should still be doing what we were 30 years ago, not sure a bad year or two will change things.SSO
Any idea if Duvall makes any changes to what he is currently doing?
Pay Urban $1million to come in for a week and see what is going on and offer advice/recommendations. SF obviously needs some outside perspective.Seems odd to me.
Time was when the college football world took a look at Nebraska and said, "We've got to do what they are doing" in terms of S&C and nutrition.
Wouldn't you think that a smart Nebraska coach would now look to Alabama or other schools for guidance rather than hanging on to a 40 year old concept that doesn't seem to be working?
Thank you, now wereback, reread what I saidIt is hard for me to understand why our S&C staff is still "stuck" in the 90's.
Just this week on the Twitter, Collin Miller went at Antonio Butler -throwing shade on the "Riley" players for not lifting all the time with their brothers.
Makes me wonder if the staff is measuring their own success by:
1. Comparing max gains, with shared players, compared to their Phillip's years. Are Duval and the boys still puffing their chests out because they think they have improved how we look bigger than year 1 under Frost?
2. We have so many young players in the program. They are making big gains since they are in a college lifting programs for the first time.
3. We may think that our team speed and athleticism are better than they really are because the staff blames lack of player execution/technique to make big plays and key blocks and aren't looking at the lack of mobility and flexibility.
4. The Davis brothers testing well at the combine last year. At least it appeared that way on social media.