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  1. Let me get this straight...

    The extension was formally sent out Monday the 16th and signed by Miles on the same day. The previous contract wasn't changed, at all. Nothing had to be rewritten by lawyers or anything like that. The previous contract could have been read at any time. I'm busy but I read it in February. As I stated earlier a bad season probably gets Miles fired. A very good season probably gets him extended a few years. What happens inbetween? What is margin for error? This uncertainty is the problem. This uncertainty is everyone's problem.
  2. Let me get this straight...

    You're right about 10-19. More on point though, is he safe going 20-10, making the NCAA tourney and then losing the first game? Probably moreso with a 2 year extension than a 1.
  3. Contract Extensions

    Iowa has at least one kid who went there instead of here (or some other place) because Fran is going to be there for the foreseeable future. Not all kids think like this; some do.
  4. Ed Chang

    You can get $.05 a can in California, $.10 for a plastic bottle.
  5. When is the last time we fired anyone mid-season? When's the last time we fired anyone mid-season for not winning enough?
  6. If it's the same it will be 2.52M on April 1st of 2019. The amount is 105K per month which is $1.26M/year With a 2 year extension it would have been 3,78M at the end of 2019 and 5.04M if it had been 3.
  7. At the end of the day I wonder if it was Miles' elevator salary that was the sticking point. If he was at 1.9-2.1M per year would he currently be at 4-5 years?
  8. http://sports.usatoday.com/ncaa/salaries/mens-basketball/coach/ Even extended to 5 years it would be one of the cheaper buyouts in the conference. One could make the argument that football $$ fuels the school so football should get the lionshare of money to firing coaches
  9. Next Assistant Coach

    Upon reading the article it seems like convincing member of an elite california AAU squad to come to Nebraska might have been a tough sell. Cal seems like a good spot.
  10. Ed Chang

    I'll be coming out with my "kids don't redshirt" PSA once we have our full roster for next year
  11. Ominous Tweet Re: Roster Attrition

    Someone else. Some freshman almost always leaves because of lack of playing time. Maybe that's not the case if Cope and Palmer end up going pro.
  12. Ominous Tweet Re: Roster Attrition

    I still think we see a defection but otherwise I believe we'll see the majority of a very good roster coming back.
  13. Let me get this straight...

    Should I have used more verys?
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