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  1. 3 hours ago, HuskerFever said:

     

    Definitely not inspiring football by Clemson. They get to choose 4 of their games each year and those opponents went 26-22 (19-13).

     

    Of the ACC opponents, they went 26-38.

     

    Clemson's schedule went 71-73 (45-51) this year; only 5 opponents had a winning record (ACC x2, CUSA, SEC, and Southern).

    I dont fault them on their non-conf they scheduled two P5 teams. Both of which just happened to average or below. And ACC was unusually bad (even for ACC standards). But thats Clemson's problem and really only if they lose. Take care of business and they are in. 


  2. 1. Ohio St

    2. LSU

    3. Clemson

    4. Georgia

    5. Oklahoma

    6. Utah 

    7. Baylor

     

    - Committee was a week premature in jumping Ohio St over LSU. A blow out road victory over Michigan now makes Ohio St and LSUs schedules comparable. And the Buckeyes have been much more dominant. Both probably get in with a loss.

    - All of Clemson's signature wins LOST. They are hanging on by a thread. If they get upset by Virginia in the ACC championship game there is absolutely no way they should get in. Defending champ or not.

    - Georgia controls its own fate. Win the SEC and they are in. Simple as that.

    - Oklahoma has the inside track as they are the only one of the remaining three teams that has an elite win. Baylor can avenge their only loss of the season. I dont really see how Utah gets in in any scenario. Oregon kind of screwed the pouch for the Pac-12 when they lost to Arizona last week. 


  3. Frost has had an odd tenure so far. For me as a fan, next year will shape a lot of my opinion about him and his staff. Obviously this team needs an influx of talent and more depth; hopefully thats coming from the redshirts and incoming recruiting class. Frost made his share of in-game mistakes as well. He is young hopefully he learns from them. His scheme/staff may need some tweaking. Hopefully he can figure out what those tweaks need to be. 

     

    Colorado, Indiana, Purdue, and Iowa were all winnable games . Next year is time to put that 5 mill where your mouth is Frosty. Im about 55/45 lean towards "He can do it".


  4. 1 hour ago, Huskerpapa said:

    I am not convinced he is 6'2".  But I am also not convinced he is completely done growing.  I am convinced that he has skills to play Division I basketball.  The dude is a shooter...and I have been begging for that type of shooter for a long time.

    Saw a picture of Keisei Tominaga with Steph Curry. Tominaga looked to be 2-3 inches shorter than Curry. Curry is listed at 6'3. I dont know how old Tominaga was in the picture, could be an older one.


  5. 1 hour ago, Norm Peterson said:

     

    I could be wrong, but my guess is somewhere along the line, someone added an extra zero and everyone else just kept repeating it.

     

    If his dad really is 6'10 and he grows that tall, he could be our Japanese Frank Kaminsky. I just hope he's a legit 6'2.

    His father (Hiroyuki Tominaga) is listed as a former 6'11 center under asiabasket.com

     

    I have no idea if that is a reliable website or not. Same info is on wiki.

     

    Thats all i could find.


  6. 24 minutes ago, Dead Dog Alley said:

     

    He is still going to UNO but is "focusing on academics".  Hopefully he gets things straightened out.

    Understandable. Life is bigger than sports. Hopefully he gets things straightened out and is able to start playing ball again, if he wants to do so.


  7. Hopefully Donovan is patient enough to realize that after his freshman year he will have all the playing time he could want (as long as he has the game to back it up) as Thor, Jervay, and Dachon will all be graduated. Maybe hooping for his home city and possibly making history here will be worth one year of riding the pine.

     

    Also, who knows, maybe Donovan is talented enough to warrant playing time as freshman.


  8. OT: Anybody know what happened to Logan Strom from Norfolk?

     

    Last I heard, he had transfered from UC Davis to UNO and was sitting out last year per transfer rules. I went to a UNO game expecting to see him play. When I didnt, I checked online and hes not even listed on the roster.


  9. Kind of astounding how poor of a shooting team we are considering expectations.

     

    - Matej Kavas was suppose to be an elite shooter

    - Jervay Green and Haanif Cheatham were suppose to be good shooters

    - Dachon Burke, Kevin Cross, and Samari Curtis were all suppose to be adequate 

     

    On paper, thats a good shooting team. For whatever reason we havent met those expectations. As for free throw shooting, I have no comments.


  10. I believe he has to redshirt an entire year at his new school. And since he didnt enroll at Nebraska until summer, that half of season he sat out last spring doesnt count as part of his redshirt? Thats the only way I can understand why he cant play in December if the staff wants him to. 

     

    For example, Copeland enrolled in Nebraska during the spring semester so he would have been eligible mid year because he sat out at Nebraska in the spring and the fall (had he not gotten his waiver for immediate eligibility). 

     

    Am I understanding this correctly?

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