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  1. After a foul shot is declined, reset the clock to 20 Sec. That would stop fouling.
  2. There will be several new players who need to learn Fred's system. Maybe the new players will be better than Thor after they learn the system, but who better to teach them. Coaches can say, "Watch Thor, and learn". He can be a players coach.
  3. Thanks for the info. I also think he would be a good fit for Nebraska and for many teams.
  4. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjTzMDelu_vAhVBbs0KHQYVAu0Q0PADegQIBhAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fbadgerswire.usatoday.com%2F2021%2F04%2F05%2Fwisconsin-basketball-reaches-out-to-minnesota-transfer-gabe-kalscheur%2F&usg=AOvVaw1HRUaoP_LN_yHKJ_BitfYs Posted 32 minutes ago is he in the Portal? There is your answer I don't know about the portal, I read he is leaving Minnesota and that Wisconsin is trying to get him.
  5. Has Nebraska shown any interest in Gabe Kalscheur?
  6. I have been getting a lot of spam calls lately. Now I wonder if I should have answered.
  7. #Nebrasketball has reportedly landed JUCO freshman Blaise Keita from Mali. Keita is a 6'10" 230# traditional post player with 3 years of eligibility left. Keita currently is playing for Coffeyville Community College and is averaging 12pts and 8 reb through 8 games. Another familiar name on the Coffeyville roster is Nebraska offer Markeith Browning. Prior to college, Keita attended prep powerhouse Sunrise Academy in Kansas where he was a teammate of current Creighton player Shereef Mitchell. Keita also played for the Mali U17 national team. Blaise Keita is the first known commit for Nebraska's class of 2022
  8. 21 hours ago, huskerbaseball13 said: ...we are going to be a top ten team in two years... We probably will have to be in the top 5 or 6 of the big 10 just to get into the top 10.
  9. 6’6”, skilled, athletic, long, and an elite shooter. He’s a prototype NBA shooting guard. He doesn’t need to play within a system to score as he’s comfortable pulling up from anywhere outside of the 3pt line and scoring one on one. He can be effective as a combo guard for sure. I’m guessing he’ll play off the ball primarily and help at point. If you’re talking Banton/Allen, he’s basically both. Andrew White + ballhandling skillset After watching his highlights, I was thinking Jayson Tatum of the Boston Celtics.
  10. And then maybe Yvan's left hand is on top of his opponents shoulder. I used to win a few jump balls in practice that way.
  11. I hate to count on my memory, but I thought he was hurt and was playing at about 70%. But I have a hard time believing he is better than McGowens.
  12. One noteworthy thing: If my math is correct, we have 1 spot currently available for 2021 recruits. We've made about 7 new offers as of Monday to 2021 recruits. ALL OF THEM are high school kids. All of them. (So, Donovan Williams was ... mistaken?) It seems pretty remarkable to me that we'll likely have no more than 2 total freshmen and sophomores on the team next year (not this one, but the next one after this year). The rest of the players will be juniors and seniors. Which means we're just a couple of years away from another virtually complete roster overhaul. With the era of no-sit transferring soon to be upon us, maybe that's no big deal. Maybe we're better off relying on free-agency rather than developing draft picks. But it'll kinda change the vibe on senior night when, instead of looking back fondly on the video clips of a kid playing here as a freshman and then as a senior, looking at your roster and saying , "OK, now who is that guy?" I'm confused. Are not the 7 new offers (and now 10 or 11) for 2022. We should have ~6 openings. Also I read that Trevor Lakes is now a Graduate transfer. Is that true? If so, that would be another opening in 2021.
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