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OmahaHusker last won the day on October 10 2016

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  1. This was an interesting video. Thanks for sharing. It makes sense that the high roster turnover that Hoiberg's staff operates with can be unappealing to high school recruits. I was more concerned with Sautter more or less saying that Hunter doesn't really want to deal with players with baggage. That's the risk you take with bringing in players like Cam and Teddy.
  2. Agreed. Nate Oats is absolutely killing it on the recruiting trail. Alabama will be awesome next year.
  3. No question about his stature, he just can’t shoot and I think that’ll be an issue.
  4. Teddy will be our best player. Lat will surprise. Banton will be just a guy. Stevenson will leave a lot to be desired. No one will be able to defend. We will end up around .500. Calling my shot.
  5. You and I disagree on the severity of this virus. I seem to disagree with a lot of people on this board about it. I hold no ill will toward anyone and agree that wearing a mask in public should be advised. I’m also fully on board of the “if you’re that scared by it then stay home” mentality. I’ve continued to go to work since this broke out in March. Nothing has happened to me. Maybe it will in the future but if I wear a mask around people I don’t feel bad at all about going out. And I feel many fans like me can fill stands/seats for games. If you’re scared of contracting the virus then stay h
  6. You're not going to convince me on the increasing cases argument. I don't care about the cases. Is death rate continuing to go down? Yes. That is a good thing. If that death rate spikes back up in two weeks I'll change my tone, but for now all I see is death rates decreasing and recovery rates increasing. Keep that trend going.
  7. I appreciate this analysis and hearing a view point from both sides. These are some good points and really does make me reconsider some of the aspects of this disease. I may still not think it’s quite as severe as some on this board, but it does make me think about things a little more. I’m not looking for any debates nor am I casting stones. I’m just pretty tired of Covid and 2020 in general tbh.
  8. I respect your opinion, but I refuse to get caught up in the “I know it doesn’t seem bad, just wait another couple weeks and see what happens” type of mindset. Social media and the media in general continue to warn of how bad it’s going to get and how the death rate is going to increase substantially. Still waiting. On top of that, is the 99.99% survival rate too low for student athletes? That’s whats so ridiculous to me. These are 20 year olds in peak physical condition. If you don’t wana be around them stay home. Not that hard
  9. Ok let me rephrase in saying that testing is much more readily available than it was. Also would you deny the fact that the death rate has continued to decrease despite the uptick in confirmed cases (due to more testing)? As well as the recovery rate continuing to increase? Seems like those are the most important statistics.
  10. This is all so ridiculous to me. If you wana stay home, stay home. If you wana go watch the game, go to the game. If you wana play, play. The hospitals aren’t even close to being overwhelmed. Nearly everyone is getting tested. Majority of people don’t show symptoms. Death rate continues to decrease. Recovery rate continues to increase. What the hell are we doing cancelling virtually everything still?
  11. We're going to see football of some kind this year. Might not be the Big 10, but the SEC is going to play regardless. Looks like I might have to pull out my old LSU CWS merch for this fall.
  12. I'm with Lamar. Let these athletes play if they want to play. Get busy living or get busy dying. Edit: This goes for both CFB and NFL. Actually any sport.
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