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Wisconsin v. NU Game Thread

CrnhskrBob

Husker Immortal
15 Year Member
This game will be shown at 10 am, Wed morning, on btn. I'll see it at 9 am, here in Poky.

At least, you have a chance to watch a team that can still win on the road, or not.

Congrats on today's win, Huskers!!

Can't wait until Rachel gets back. They should be better than ever, when she does.

The gals have finally learned to play and win without her. A big bonus, for sure!

:thumbsup:
 
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Sandhills Husker

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
This game will be shown a 10 am, Wed morning, on btn. I'll see it at 9 am, here in Poky.

At least, you have a chance to watch a team that can still win on the road, or not.

Congrats on today's win, Huskers!!

Can't wait until Rachel gets back. They should be better than ever, when she does.

The gals have finally learned to play and win without her. A big bonus, for sure!

:thumbsup:
unfortunately, C-Bob, it sounds kind of ominous about Theriot. The coaches have been have been tightlipped about Rachel, but finally acknowledged there is a good chance she will need surgery. If we can't get her back, it will be a tough road. But we fight.
 

Merle

All Legend
15 Year Member
unfortunately, C-Bob, it sounds kind of ominous..... finally acknowledged there is a good chance she will need surgery. If we can't get her back, it will be a tough road.
What excruciating, demoralizing news that is. I rate her as the most valuable, important one player of all the NU sports teams, men or women, in the 2014-2015 season(s)! For comparison in importance, I would give you Steve Nash in his peak years.
 

Sandhills Husker

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
What excruciating, demoralizing news that is. I rate her as the most valuable, important one player of all the NU sports teams, men or women, in the 2014-2015 season(s)! For comparison in importance, I would give you Steve Nash in his peak years.
I like the comparison with Nash, Merle, and your view of the significance of the loss. It would also be like a football team losing a top flight QB, even though it had talent elsewhere on the field (applies to mortals other than Ohio State, who seemingly manufactures QBs 3 or 4 deep,I guess).
 
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