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  1. See, this is why I feel Moos HAS to have a coach ready to go. If he doesn't, it doesn't make a lot of sense to let Miles coach in the NIT (unless he plans to retain Miles, which I don't think is happening). Every day he waits to NOT fire Miles, more jobs open up and we have to fight with more programs for new coaching candidates. He could have accepted the NIT bid and just had one of the assistants run the team. So in my opinion, he simply HAS to have the new coach ready to go the minute the NIT is done for Nebraska.
  2. Hoiball, since you appear to be pretty 'in the know' on Hoiberg, is there any chance he'd entertain going back to ISU if that job opened up? I live near Des Moines, and I've heard some say he really didn't enjoy being the coach there due to the fishbowl he was in being "the mayor". Also, I'v heard he and Pollard didn't get along that well. Would he go back? Also, would Prohm really go to Alabama? I know he's an alum, but didn't he have an opportunity to go there back in 2015 and turned it down, so Alabama turned to Avery Johnson? Or is that totally wrong? Thanks in advance....
  3. Thanks for the clarification! I assume PNC must have been booked.....
  4. I agree with all of this. I also want Moos to do well because as Buglem said, that means NU does well. And if he pulls in Hoiberg, that is a home run hire, along with Frost. But yes, his PR skills could use a little work. However, I know the bottom line is to get things done, and it appears he'd doing that.
  5. That must be it. I can't believe their regular arena would only hold that small amount of fans....
  6. Why in God's name does an ACC school like NC State only have an arena with a capacity of 5500?
  7. Wait. I've heard the NIT is MEANINGLESS! MEANINGLESS!!! LOL
  8. Haven't you heard? The NIT is MEANINGLESS and is a detriment to our program! Yes, this is dripping with sarcasm....
  9. AWESOME post! Couldn't have said it any better!
  10. If I remember correctly, Doc was brought it exactly as HoiBall states - to do X's and O's, specifically for defense. Fred is AWESOME at offensive basketball, but there was not a lot of defense played those 1st couple of years. However, Fred could see he needed better defense, so he brought in Doc. Defense was MUCH improved that season, while still having great offense. At least that's how I remember it. Guys, if Hoiberg comes here, it's a game winning, grand slam home run in the bottom of the 9th in Game 7 of the World Series down by 3 runs.....
  11. I don't think anyone would shove crow back in your face with that quote. Now, if you came here and acted all cocky like your statements are gospel, well, that's a different story! HA!
  12. PAC 12 awful? WHAT!??!?! You have apparently not been listening to Bill Walton say "Conference of Champions" every other sentence in the last week. LOL
  13. Are you even reading the posts here, Ron? No one is saying family is not important to the university, or Cornhusker fans. Of course it is. What some people are concerned about is using "gotta go see family" as an excuse to shirk your duties as AD at the University of Nebraska. Even if Moos' intentions were pure, you have to admit, from a PR standpoint, he's bungled the last few days horribly.
  14. I'm totally on board if it's Hoiberg. I live about 40 miles from Ames and also saw first hand what he did at ISU. If nothing else, he'll bring an exciting brand of offensive basketball to Lincoln. No more stand around for 25 seconds and the have to fire up a bad shot as the clock hits zero....
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