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  1. I doubt the lack of WBB information, does the program any good. Is it a reflection of a staff that doesn't share much? Low priority of those covering the program? Perceived lack of interest by fan base? With the lack of live sports action for months, I'm confused why recruiting coverage isn't more prevalent. Hard to generate interest in a vacuum.
  2. Per Sam, OWH... One of the top girl’s basketball scorers in the state of Minnesota committed to Nebraska’s 2022 class on Wednesday. Chanhassen guard Callin Hake, who averaged 22.2 points per game last season as a sophomore and 20.4 points per game as a freshman, announced on Twitter she was committing to Nebraska. She has two more seasons of high school basketball to play, and she’s the first known commit for NU’s 2022 class. The 5-foot-9 guard will join the team just as several guards, including Sam Haiby, would be graduating. NU has three guards
  3. Double post sure beats not posting. Thanks to each of you.
  4. Husker.com article below. Huskers Welcome Seven Newcomers for 2020-21Huskers.com The Nebraska women's basketball team will have a strikingly different roster in 2020-21, as Coach Amy Williams welcomes seven newcomers to a 13-player roster, including four West Coast transfers, a talented freshman post from Minnesota, a top player in the Australian National Team program and one of the best guards in the state of Nebraska.Although much of the United States and the world shut down in mid-March because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Husker coaching staff went to work add
  5. And now one more. I hope she is an excellent addition. But, where are the "Bigs"?
  6. Sorry to be pessimistic, but I think we take our lumps next year. We are replacing 4 seniors, and 3 quality, third year in the system players, with a bunch of question marks. One could argue, Leigha Brown was special. Nicea was our most athletic defensive player, and Hannah set a ton of records while playing out of position most of her career. We do have Taylor returning, and I like the potential of Porter. Still, we will need a lot of "exceeded expectations", with regard to the new kids coming in, if we are going to match this past season. And, last season was nothing to write home abou
  7. Of all the "Newbies" coming in for the upcoming season, Ruby Porter is the one I'm most excited for. She could be special from Day 1. The rest, we'll see.
  8. Don't know why they left, but doubt a couple kids committing for the 2021/2022 season scared them off. From the short time we got to watch them, they seemed to enjoy competing. Best of luck to them all.
  9. I'm sure he knows more than me.
  10. Does Sam know that much more? You just stated, her departure was unexpected by him. Seems like we are all in the same boat. As far as Coach being a focal point of this thread? The buck stops at her desk. Comes with the big check.
  11. Might be a good time to look for a replacement. Take your time, be thorough. If memory serves me correctly, Eichorst hired Coach Williams less than a week after Yori resigned. A bit hasty? I know, hindsight is 20/20.
  12. Not familiar with most of these teams situation. With regard to the BIG 10 teams, my guess, the successful programs are encouraging players to transfer. Other players might be seeing little or no playing opportunities with their current teams, and looking for greener pastures. And, I'm sure others might have issues with their coaches. I don't know. The only team I'm remotely familiar with is Nebraska. Playing time is not an issue with the players we have leaving. And, I doubt any of them were encouraged to leave.
  13. Just because it happens, doesn't mean there isn't a problem. This isn't all that common for our WBB. And, it isn't something done with little consideration. I imagine it is anything but simple, to transfer. There is the academic side to consider, credits to transfer, new location, new coaches, new teammates, and the possibility of sitting out a year? Transferring isn't done on a whim.
  14. Call it what you want. Something isn't right with this staff and the players. No guarantees there won't be more transfers.
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