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    2019 SF David Roddy

    Jae'Sean Tate couldn't shoot anything other than a layup, but was a solid starter for tOSU.
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    2020 G Donovan Williams - VC

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    2018 PG Amir Harris - LOI

    He's out here tweeting at Tim, so I feel like that's a positive sign.
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    2017 SF Teddy Allen -> WVU -> Wichita St

    No sense of style? I beg to differ.
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    Romeo Langford's decision

    I guess I can follow the logic of putting too much pressure on yourself and the fallout from not performing to match that hype. I just have a hard time understanding the people with the "poor school/poor coach/poor owner" mindset because, like you said, the higher-ups aren't going away any time soon.
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    Romeo Langford's decision

    Is Seth saying that basketball players have too much power? Because that seems like a pretty hot take to me.
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    Ominous Tweet Re: Roster Attrition

    http://www.omaha.com/huskers/mens-basketball/nebraska-s-nba-draft-hopefuls-receive-second-round-feedback-from/article_3fe6c701-93ba-5703-a1a4-91725fad1bbd.html Most important part: Miles said he has spoken openly with Palmer and Copeland about their NBA chances. “Both of them feel if they have a legitimate shot to get drafted in a spot where they look like they’re part of a franchise’s plan," Miles said, “it might be worthwhile to stay (in the draft). “If not, they’ve indicated to me they want to come back and make Nebraska a winner."
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    OT: Biographies

    Not strictly a biography, but Basketball and Other Things by Shea Serrano was a blast to read and has a lot of historical anecdotes from the NBA.
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    Let me get this straight...

    If you were the AD, would you go to the Kansas basketball game or the volleyball National Championship game?
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    Kenya Hunter

    Fun fact! Millennials are typically considered to contain those born in the '80s to mid 90's. Xavier, someone born in (I'm guessing 2000) would qualify as a member of Generation Z. (For context, I work on a college campus and generational differences have been a frequent topic of discussion as the needs/wants of students are changing).
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    Miles extension poll

    When it comes to postseason success at Nebraska, Amy Williams (.333 winning %) > Scott Frost (.000 winning %). Men lie, women lie, numbers don't lie.
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    Postseason Tourney Talk

    Any idea how this is a worth a double tech?
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    Paying players a signing bonus should be allowed

    The closest the Census gets is 25-34 years old. In that case 52% of people in that range have no degree and 63% do not have a Bachelor's Degree or higher.
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    Paying players a signing bonus should be allowed

    The majority of people have degrees now. When everyone has something its value is relatively reduced. Well, that's just not true. According to the 2017 census, 56% of the US population above the age of 25 does not have a degree of any kind and 66% do not have a Bachelor's Degree or higher (so D1 schools). I am pro-paying players, but there's no benefit to be had by using only anecdotal evidence to argue your points.
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    The notion that the Big Ten is down has nothing to do with the top teams in the league. It's simply because there was no middle of the Big Ten this year. Here's a look at the number of teams each year that were below .500 overall since Nebraska joined the league: 2017-2018: 6 2016-2017: 3 2015-2016: 4 2014-2015: 4 2013-2014: 3 (Plus Rutgers in the AAC, so 4 if you count them) 2012-2013: 4 (Plus Rutgers in the Big East, so 5 if you count them) 2011-2012: 2 (Plus Rutgers in the Big East, so 3 if you count them)