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  1. Why not? This thread has almost 600 replies and 23,000 views. Clearly, anyone who has even a small interest in Nebraska basketball knows how this might end and that includes Tim. He might be dumb, but he's not stupid. It seems pretty simple: Win games and stay, lose games and get fired. That is true whether or not he says anything publicly about it. As mentioned previously, it seems like Tim was just being Tim and if you're going to get the boot, you might as well go as your honest and true self.
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    Roby will be back. Book it

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    Minnesota (16-8) vs. Nebraska (13-11) Game Thread

    I worked as an intramural ref for flag football a couple years ago at UNL. Most of the full-time staff members working at the Rec do high school games on the side and pushed us to get certified to do the same. When I'd go watch my siblings play JV football and basketball, I recognized a lot of the refs from work.
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    Moos

    @ me next time, you coward.
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    uneblinstu's post game chatter: Vol 11; ed 22- Illinois

    I did the research: Since Tim's been here, he's won 60 games against Power 6 Conference teams (Pac 12, Big 12, Big Ten, ACC, SEC, Big East). At the time of the game, the number of teams that were at or above 0.500 in their conference is 17 (This excludes 11 non-conference games as those teams did not have a conference game recorded yet. It also excludes the 2 Big Ten opener W's when the opponent was 0-0). At the end of the season, the number of teams that were at or above 0.500 in their conference is 15 (This excludes the 7 wins from this season as the season isn't over yet). To reference your particular stat: In the last 2 seasons (55 games), he's won 21 games against Power 6 Conference teams (Pac 12, Big 12, Big Ten, ACC, SEC, Big East). At the time of the game, the number of teams that were at or above 0.500 in their conference is 7 (This excludes 5 non-conference games as those teams did not have a conference game recorded yet. It also excludes 1 Big Ten opener W when the opponent was 0-0). At the end of the season, the number of teams that were at or above 0.500 in their conference is 3 (This excludes the 7 wins from this season as the season isn't over yet).
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    uneblinstu's postgame chatter: vol 11; ed 21 - Wisconsin

    Yeah, I get that. But hindsight is 20/20. At the time of the game, they were #25, Assembly Hall was loud, and the Hoosiers played like they wanted to win. In that specific moment, the team didn't shy away from the challenge.
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    uneblinstu's postgame chatter: vol 11; ed 21 - Wisconsin

    I really don't understand how the same team can be flustered by mini-runs AND also lose an 18 point lead yet still win by 15 at Indiana.
  8. Nahhh Bron is going to get the NBA to change the 1 and done rule so the Lakers can draft Bronny from high school. Gotta be the first father-son duo to play together.
  9. Real quick, can you remind me of Lue's coaching style? Outscore teams in a run and gun shootout? Play lockdown defense and take the air out of the ball? Orrrrr.... Give the best basketball player in the history of the sport the ball and tell him to win lots of games?
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    2018-19 Husker opponents

    3 games in 6 days with the first 2 against ranked teams. No gas left in the tank. In the last couple minutes, Sparty got within 4 or 5 and went with hack-a-Nojel strategy. Career 43% free throw shooter who went 6-6 to ice the game.
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    2019 SG Jervay Green (Juco) - LOI

    Top 13 JUCO guys in 2017 and their stats in 2018-19 (included 3 extra to account for the ones playing professional ball): 1. Shakur Juiston (UNLV) 10.8ppg, 8.8rpg 2. Jeremy Harris (Buffalo) 15.2ppg, 5.8rpb 3. Jordan Brangers (Playing in Germany) 12.7ppg, 3.7apg 4. Tony Farmer (Playing in the North American Premier Basketball Leauge) 16.5ppg, 6.5rpg 5. Antone Warren (Playing in Japan) 19ppg, 10.5rpg 6. Bruce Stevens (Ole Miss) 8.7ppg, 4.3rpb 7. DaQuan Jeffries (Tulsa) 13.4ppg, 5.5rpg 8. Eden Ewing (Texas Southern) 6.6ppg, 6.3rpg 9. Semajae Haynes-Jones (Wichita State) 13.1ppg, 3.2apg 10. Jared Wilson Frame (Pitt) 11.5ppg, 4.7rpg 11. Roderick Williams (Boise State) 12.7ppg, 6.3rpg 12. Shawn Olden (Texas Southern) 6.7ppg, 2.2apg 13. Chris Darrington (Toldeo) 10.8ppg, 1.9rpg
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    uneblinstu's postgame chatter: vol 11; ed 14 - @ Maryland

    Okay, so just to clarify... The players who left the program and improved over their time at Nebraska did so without any help from Tim. The players who left the program and did not improve over their time at Nebraska did so because of Tim.
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    93-94 season

    I dunno, but if you could find the full No Sit Sunday game, I'd be interested in rewatching! All I have ever found are highlights.
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    2021 F Matthew Mors Yankton, SD

    Go to 39:10 if it doesn't automatically load Had 23 points on 12 shots.
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