mrj

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  1. To me this is just stupid talk and there is not place for it but it may also be my blind eye also. 3 reasons what people are talking about seem to just be funny, 1st not recruiting Nebraska kids. Nebraska High School Basketball is bad right now, Jays got lucky with Patton (HE WAS 6'2 WHEN THEY OFFERED HIM) and also took a chance with Thomas. 2nd reason is for assistant coach turnover, it happens everywhere all the time. Third is can not beat Creighton.. seems a little legit. Look forward to seeing what others have to say about this topic.
  2. http://www.espn.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/post/_/id/116164/can-nebrasketball-get-back-on-track Can we get back on track this year? Personally, I still think were a year away...
  3. Nah! he's coming back as a player
  4. I could not agree with you more about never tweeting at them. Any grown man tweeting at student athletes should have there man card revoked. It's just wrong!
  5. Whats up with the post about tweeting at student athletes?
  6. Yeah I agree, I don't think Miles is going anywhere. Just wanted to start some discussion and decided it was a good topic to post for the first time and I have been lurking in the dark shadows forever and have seen the LIGHT ha
  7. Saw this on SI.com this morning.. One phone call: That's all it may take to change so much of what fans expect from the future of the Notre Dame basketball. A source familiar with the coaching search at the University of California told the Tribune on Thursday afternoon that Notre Dame's Mike Brey is among the short list of candidates that athletic director Sandy Barbour would like to speak with to replace Mike Montgomery. Montgomery announced his retirement Monday after six seasons in Berkeley. Brey, who is attending the Final Four this weekend in North Texas, was unavailable for comment. Having recently completed his 14th season in South Bend, Brey is 300-159 with three Big East coach of the year honors (2007, '08, '11) and one Associated Press national coach of the year (2011) recognition. He turned 55 late last month.