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  1. It was a short jab at Moos, with plenty of substance prior that you chose to ignore for whatever reason. You've been down voted for offering absolutely nothing to the topic/discussion. And it'll continue with each worthless response of yours.
  2. Ya, the timeline and following paragraphs were for squirts & giggles. Both of your responses tell me all I need to know about you and any "intelligent conversation"(s).
  3. Recent events, seriously?! March 14, season ended. March 27, Moos announces Miles will be back. He also said contract will be discussed/finalized after Final 4. April 2, Final 4 ended. (11 days ago) April 9, Hunter announced as UCONN assistant. April 10, Xavier Johnson wavering from LOI. April 12, Miles & staff fly to meet with XJ & crew. April 13, XJ public knowledge of request, and granted, release from LOI. April 14 (2.5 hours), no public release of Miles' contract extension. How in the H-E-DOUBLE-HOCKEY-STICKS do you (Moos) sit there with no public extension & allow your head coach to visit our prize recruit - who's wavering - without announcing the extension?!? Not only that, we're losing ground in the transfer market. You don't, he screwed this up from the beginning! No surprise, he doesn't have Osborne, Davison, parents, an alma mater, etc doing all the dirty work like he did last fall in to the early part of winter. There's strong talk Moos turned down Miles when he requested a 3-year contract for Hunter. But since that's not public info, or verified, who knows for certain. No worries, Moos is a farmer!!! He's one of us. Yippee.
  4. Kenya was always down there with the wings & bigs as well during pregame with Mo. After checking his bio, it says, "In his role, Hunter coaches the Husker wing players and also assists in player development and opponent scouting. He had previously worked with the Husker post players". +1
  5. So did Hunter, as well as wings.
  6. Same game he scouted, as the defensive coach, where we gave up 42% inside the arc, 48% from deep, 13 offensive rebounds and zero in-game defensive adjustments. "12 other coaches struggled" against Michigan's defense while not looking lost, minus aTm, against their offense like Nebraska did.
  7. Nobody hears about the *defensive* scout when we lose; see St. John's (Kenya), Sparty (Kenya), Illinois (Kenya), Michigan part 2 (Kenya) as 4 examples off the top of my head. UM part 2 is a prime example of my previous comment regarding lack of in-game adjustment. He came with the exact same gameplan, and couldn't adjust in-game. That was brutal to watch. We had 1 "big win" this season, congrats on that (defensive) scout. Kenya is a loss for Nebraska, from a recruiting and player relations standpoint. Guys weren't hanging out at Lewis' or Molinari's crib, they spent their time at KH's without other coaches around much. Because of Kenya & what he means to them.
  8. None of your (ridiculous) non-questions will be answered, due to the bold - which is furthest from the truth. P.S. One can attend practices without them being "open". Hilarious that you would even suggest such a thing. Yep, sour grapes, while saying he's a loss to Nebraska. Your swings & misses will allow you to hit in the 5-hole for Erstad.
  9. It's an opinion from observations of watching practices throughout the years, listening to others, seeing his inability to adjust in-game (defensively, away from game plan) & lack of offensive creativity/ability. I have no issues with KH, he's definitely a loss to Nebraska, but all I see in Kenya Hunter is an assistant coach. And (IMO) there's nothing wrong with that.
  10. Kenya can't coach, his best assets are recruiting & team/players relations.
  11. Diane's position was eliminated, a few different people have taken on her previous responsibilities.
  12. ESPN article from the AP LINCOLN, Neb. -- Coach Tim Miles will be back for a seventh season at Nebraska and talks about a contract extension will begin after NCAA basketball's Final Four, athletic director Bill Moos said Tuesday. Miles is 97-97 with one NCAA tournament appearance in six years. Moos, hired away from Washington State in October, said he liked what he saw this season as the Cornhuskers went 22-11 and finished tied with Final Four-bound Michigan for fourth place in the Big Ten. "I've always considered him my coach and felt he had a pretty solid year and deserved to continue and to build the program," Moos said of Miles in an interview with The Associated Press. The Huskers went into the 2017-18 campaign coming off three straight losing seasons and finishes of no higher than 11th in the Big Ten. Former athletic director Shawn Eichorst chose not to extend Miles' contract after each of the past two seasons. Miles has two years left on a contract that will pay him $2.375 million in 2018-19. "I really can't judge what he's done before I arrived," Moos said. "But I thought he did a real nice job this year. He brought in some talent and managed it very well. I really thought we improved during the course of the season, which is something I look for, especially when you have new players who are getting used to each other. "And hey, we won 22 games -- 13 in the Big Ten and finished in fourth place when we were predicted to finish near the bottom. I didn't see any reason not to continue the course." Nebraska beat Michigan by 20 points in Lincoln in January but lost by 19 to the Wolverines in the Big Ten tournament. The Huskers were 16-1 at home, with the only loss by 1 point to Kansas, which also is in the Final Four. The NCAA selection committee didn't deem the Huskers' résumé strong enough for an at-large bid. They instead went to the NIT and lost at Mississippi State in the first round. Nebraska is the only school from a power conference that has never won an NCAA tournament game, and the last time the Huskers claimed even a share of a regular-season conference title was in 1949-50. The Huskers opened a new practice facility in 2011 and new arena in 2013. "Really, all we're missing is the tradition, and you've got to start that at some time," Moos said. "Arizona wasn't Arizona before Lute Olson got there. Stanford wasn't Stanford before Mike Montgomery got there. So you've got to start somewhere. Usually, it's with stability, if someone is having success." Nebraska also announced Tuesday that guard James Palmer Jr. and forward Isaac Copeland Jr. will declare for the NBA draft but will not hire an agent, allowing them to maintain their college eligibility if they withdraw their names from consideration by May 30. Palmer was the Big Ten's fifth-leading scorer, at 17.2 points per game, and a second-team all-conference pick. Copeland averaged 12.9 points and 6.1 rebounds.
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