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  1. I’d take a flyer on a 6’10” 220 lb athletic big man any day. Yeah, he’s not super explosive, but you don’t have to be in order to be effective at this level, at least not with that frame. I mean how many have had that body type and athleticism for us over the years? Not many. Most of our guys were either shorter or were slow-twitch. Pitchford? Friend? Hamilton? Ubel was a decent athlete but this kid pops out as more athletic than BU (although perhaps not the skill). But then again, we need a different kind of skill, post moves don’t matter near as much. Get him in our program, ge
  2. If Cross works hard on development (weights, shot, defense, confidence, etc.), he will be taking minutes from people, not the other way around. Cross has a high ceiling. Is the work ethic there?
  3. As far as Teddy Allen goes, I have to tell you, I was 100% against this. He’s N though so I am not going to even dive into the reasoning behind why. He’s a Husker and I am fully supporting him. No doubt the kid can ball, let’s get him here and let’s see what he can do. We need buckets, he can help with that.
  4. Agreed. With much greater potential. He’s got a long ways to go but I see it in him.
  5. I was really impressed today. It’s the holidays and the team was coming off a bad loss and shots were not falling. A lot of reasons to get down but they ramped up the defense. I realize the opponent was bad, but this was the third most impressive game of the season for this team all things considered. It was nice to see Green bounce back. He really showed some intensity on both ends of the floor. I was a little worried when watching him against North Dakota, I wasn’t sure where his head was at. Adversity is going to hit every student athlete in college, you can choose to let it ta
  6. Nebraska - 83 UCR - 63 non-con wins - 7 regular season wins - 15
  7. This would be a awesome! Perfect 4 for FH. Big-body, shot 37.5% from behind the arc. If he’s ready to work and his head is on straight, he will be someone who creates matchup problems.
  8. Kavas will start. Hoiberg is going to get him a ton of open shots, especially in transition.
  9. If he wants to come here, you take him 100 times out of 100.
  10. As they should. Tim Miles is going to be fired, I get it, but he’s done nothing in his 7 years of service to deserve this kind of treatment. It takes 5 minutes to fire someone when all of the paperwork is complete, which I’m sure it is. Make time.
  11. If in another week Moos has Frost AND Hoiberg overseeing the two major athletic programs, he could drink a 30-pack of beer and pass out in a Haymarket alley every night for all I care.
  12. Exactly. Ultimately, if Moos makes a good hire, nothing else matters and everything is forgotten.
  13. Yeah, I’m fairly certain Moos has reached out to Hoiberg’s people. Who knows what happens from there.
  14. I’ve been super positive throughout nearly all of Doc and Miles tenure. It’s time to start winning in men sports though. This athletic department is too well-funded, our facilities are too good, and our fans are too passionate to continue down this path of mediocrity. It’s time to shake things up.
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