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  1. The point I was making was that as soon as the 1 year extensions started, it supported the perception that Miles was on the hot seat and would not be around much longer. That does not help recruiting. I don't think that should be interpreted as he can't recruit, but rather it is hard to recruit when you are in a lame duck situation.
  2. Two years ago Miles received a 1 year extension. The one year extension was announced and Coach Hunter left shortly thereafter. People on this board even commented that Hunter could see the writing on the wall and left. Xavior Johnson soon decommitted. That's when recruiting dropped off.
  3. If Miles was going to be retained, Moos would have said so in his announcement 45 minutes after our B1G tourney loss to Wisconsin. Maybe Moos needs to negotiate the contract with Miles before it is announced.
  4. How about "IF" Karrington Davis didn't tear his Achillies. Lots of people had him playing quite a bit.
  5. I'm watching the Penn St - Illinois game right now. Every body on both teams are quicker than S*** and very athletic. I have a had time believing that there are any Nebraska high school BBall players who can compete at this level, and these teams are at the bottom of the Big 10. Maybe if Nebraska could get 10 to15 to walk on, we could get 1 or 2 roll players!
  6. Let's just throw in the fantasy that a 6-10 4* power forward commits.
  7. Might be wrong, but I thought Tanner had a Regents Scholarship.
  8. Last nights game looked like a team that hasn't learned how to win on the road. Bad spacing, not moving on offense and just passive. Waiting for a person to do something rather than working as a team. First half of game with Missouri State was similar.
  9. In the 1-3-1 with Roby at top, Nana was in the middle. Maybe this will hide Nana's defense weakness.
  10. Starters have lots of experience playing together. What we need is for the bench subs to mold into good role players. The defense can't drop off and then they have to perform well enough on offense so that they have to be guarded. I expect to see lots of different rotations to find out the strong team and the team that doesn't work as well.
  11. Substitution plan with 8 man Rotation each half Clock Clock Clock Clock Clock Clock TOTAL 20:00 16:00 12:00 8:00 4:00 0:00 Min Roster STARTERS Min Played Min Played Min Played Min Played Min Played 1 16 Glynn Watson 4* Glynn Watson 4 Glynn Watson 4 Glynn Watson 4 Glynn Watson 4 2 16 Allen, Thomas 4* Allen, Thomas 4 Allen, Thomas 4 Allen, Thomas 4 Allen, Thomas 4 3 16 James Palmer 4* James Palmer 4 James Palmer 4 James Palmer 4 James Palmer 4 4 16 Issac Copeland 5* Issac Copeland 4 Issac Copeland 4 Issac Copeland 4 Issac Copeland 4 5 16 Isaiah Roby 4* Isaiah Roby 4 Isaiah Roby 4 Isaiah Roby 4 Isaiah Roby 4 6 8 Amir Harris Amir Harris 4 Amir Harris 4 7 8 Nana Akenten Nana Akenten 4 Nana Akenten 4 8 4 Tanner Borchardt Tanner Borchardt 4 9 0 Dedoch Chan 10 0 Thorir Thorbjarnarson 11 0 Brady Heiman Based on these assumptions: 100 Starters play ~32 Min per game. Harris - Strong on Defense, Offense, not so much. Look for him to post up near the basket and let shooters set on the perimeter. Remember Jason Dourisseau. When he had the ball, there were 5 people guarding 4. Nana - Strong on Offense, set up on the 3 pt line. Should open up the middle. Defense, unknown. Tanner - Should be better than last year. As you can see, their are a lot of questions to answer as to the strengths of the subs and how to put them into the rotation.
  12. Sounds like it will take at least $125,000 to "buy" a top basketball player. Throw in a car and a good job and it's a done deal.
  13. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwj5y97zi-3dAhUS-6wKHegoDXgQwqsBMAF6BAgGEAc&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.hudl.com%2Fvideo%2F3%2F6894187%2F5aa1aa1edfd98e0e7461a99e&usg=AOvVaw0BUKWckNxZHWQoxT0laekh Didn't see this video posted. I think Chan can score! Only thing might be if he is quick enough for the big ten. Take a look at his body. His legs are long and his body (hip to shoulder) is short. Makes me think he can play taller than 6'8.
  14. De'Quon Lake committed to AZ ST in March 2017 because they had playing time available. At that time we had Jordy and Copeland. We got Doby in April with the thought he would only play 5-10 Minutes. I don't know if we were interested in him, but he probably wasn't interested in Nebraska because of playing time.
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