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  1. If things like this keep happening... ...it might happen sooner rather than later.
  2. This is precisely the reason I personally don't have any concerns at all going forward. After all, can things really get any worse than they have been for basically ever? I mean, I suppose yes technically it's possible, we could sink to Colorado Buffaloes level of suck. But in reality it's already been bad/embarrassing enough there's nowhere to go but up for this program. Nothing to lose, you know?
  3. We all kind of knew this was going to be the case but now it's "official". Top 100 for Davis:
  4. I was gonna ask that same thing, but thought maybe that will happen once school starts and everyone is on campus and accounted for...
  5. But there's no reason he won't be able to have, at worst, the same type of rosters at Nebraska that he had at Iowa State.
  6. From the Parrish article: Quotes that stood out On Fred Hoiberg "I don't think this is even close -- Fred Hoiberg to Nebraska. Given what he did at Iowa State, and the resources and fanbase that Nebraska can offer him, he is a home run hire." "If Fred follows the blueprint he used at Iowa State and stockpiles talented transfers who need a second-chance for whatever reason, he'll win at Nebraska just like he won at Iowa State. There's obviously a risk of that creating problems if it blows up on you. But there's no reason he won't be able to have, at worst, the same type of rosters at Nebraska that he had at Iowa State." "I think as things shake out down the line we will see that a number of these hires turn out to be really good ones, but Hoiberg feels like the best right now. He has a model for success in the Midwest from his time at Iowa State, and I think he will be able to attract some high level talent. They have the facilities and the fanbase to attract the right guys [even if] the geography might not be overly appealing. Nebraska seems like it is making a push recently to get consistently good in men's basketball, and Hoiberg is the right guy to bring them there."
  7. When people (who know what TF they're talking about) keep writing articles like this: That gives me reasons to feel optimistic.
  8. I stand corrected, thanks for pointing that out. Krzyzewski's record at Duke from 1980-2000 (corresponding to the Nee and Iba eras) is 498-160. The combined Iba and Nee records at Nebraska are 360-261. Krzyzewski coached 37 more games in that 20 year span, but keep in mind that includes the 1994-95 season where he only coached the first 12 games of the season (9-3). The team went 4-15 the rest of that season so an argument could be made that he coached about 56 more postseason games over that 20 year span. Or about 3 per year.
  9. Pretty interesting to see that during that 20 year span Duke played 99 more games than Nebraska. ETA, and Nebraska had more than a few decent NIT runs during that time, so they were averaging at least 4 more postseason wins than us every year...
  10. No Bus Whitehead logo on the Women's court...
  11. I'm clicking on the image in twitter trying to get a better look all like:
  12. Looks a lot more Wisconsin-y than I'd like but overall pretty good. Except for the double 3-point lines. But I suppose that can't be helped.
  13. So that leaves Lutz. What does he do?
  14. I wish I could upvote this more than once Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  15. Even though they're widely credited for creating the sports talk genre, I too can't stand either of them. I do, however, enjoy listening to the Shut Up Sipple segment on the Ticket. I try to catch that on my way to work in the morning.
  16. 58 UTEP (27-8) Miners Head coach: Doc Sadler Western Athletic Conference Records · 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 · History Scouting Report Stats include games against D-I teams only Conference only Category Offense Defense D-I Avg Adj. Efficiency 112.7 32 101.1 130 102.7 Adj. Tempo 65.9 172 66.1 Four Factors Effective FG%: 51.5 68 49.6 179 49.3 Turnover %: 18.0 26 22.2 101 21.3 Off. Reb. %: 31.8 185 30.9 105 35.5 FTA/FGA: 39.4 93 31.4 68 36.5 Miscellaneous Components 3P%: 36.8 63 33.4 94 34.6 2P%: 50.0 76 49.3 210 48.0 FT%: 79.3 1 68.1 134 68.7 Block%: 10.4 266 7.5 204 8.8 Steal%: 7.8 11 10.9 122 10.4 Style Components 3PA/FGA: 28.8 263 33.3 178 33.0 A/FGM: 63.5 27 57.9 229 55.7 Defensive Fingerprint: Inconclusive Point Distribution (% of total points) 3-Pointers: 23.6 263 27.7 167 27.7 2-Pointers: 53.1 143 54.6 73 52.0 Free Throws: 23.3 34 17.7 274 20.3 Strength of Schedule Components: 102.2 190 102.9 150 102.7 Overall: -0.68 169 0.00 Non-conference: -5.30 290 0.00 2005 Schedule Game Plan | Opponent Tracker Date Opponent Result Location Record Conf Sun Nov 21 209 Delaware St. W, 83-50 64 Home 1-0 Tue Nov 23 299 Jackson St. W, 83-57 75 Home 2-0 Fri Nov 26 70 Arizona St. W, 66-65 66 Neutral 3-0 Sat Nov 27 29 Southern Illinois L, 68-62 66 Neutral 3-1 Tue Nov 30 292 IPFW W, 67-58 64 Home 4-1 Sat Dec 4 32 Texas Tech L, 72-57 77 Home 4-2 Sun Dec 12 NR Panhandle St. Oklahoma W, 69-44 61 Home 5-2 Wed Dec 15 271 New Mexico St. W, 75-64 68 Away 6-2 Sat Dec 18 271 New Mexico St. W, 79-61 66 Home 7-2 Tue Dec 21 NR Occidental W, 72-46 61 Home 8-2 Mon Dec 27 301 Alabama St. W, 89-57 78 Home 9-2 Tue Dec 28 142 Princeton W, 68-42 55 Home 10-2 Sat Jan 1 214 Boise St. W, 91-77 63 Away 11-2 1-0 Thu Jan 6 91 Rice W, 96-67 76 Home 12-2 2-0 Sat Jan 8 177 Tulsa W, 105-70 79 Home 13-2 3-0 Wed Jan 12 55 Nevada W, 83-80 74 OT Away 14-2 4-0 Sat Jan 15 168 Fresno St. L, 66-63 63 Away 14-3 4-1 Thu Jan 20 127 Hawaii W, 71-70 67 Home 15-3 5-1 Sat Jan 22 280 San Jose St. W, 69-65 65 Home 16-3 6-1 Thu Jan 27 130 SMU W, 60-55 56 Away 17-3 7-1 Sat Jan 29 150 Louisiana Tech L, 80-65 70 Away 17-4 7-2 Thu Feb 3 177 Tulsa L, 65-54 70 Away 17-5 7-3 Sat Feb 5 91 Rice W, 73-71 69 Away 18-5 8-3 Thu Feb 10 168 Fresno St. W, 93-80 70 Home 19-5 9-3 Sat Feb 12 55 Nevada L, 62-60 64 Home 19-6 9-4 Wed Feb 16 280 San Jose St. W, 70-62 60 Away 20-6 10-4 Sat Feb 19 40 Pacific L, 73-66 65 Away 20-7 Mon Feb 21 127 Hawaii W, 71-67 57 Away 21-7 11-4 Fri Feb 25 150 Louisiana Tech W, 89-69 68 Home 22-7 12-4 Sun Feb 27 130 SMU W, 79-74 64 Home 23-7 13-4 Sat Mar 5 214 Boise St. W, 78-64 71 Home 24-7 14-4 Western Athletic Conference Tournament Thu Mar 10 127 Hawaii W, 80-62 68 Neutral 25-7 Fri Mar 11 91 Rice W, 85-77 69 Neutral 26-7 Sat Mar 12 214 Boise St. W, 91-78 72 Neutral 27-7 NCAA Tournament - 11 seed Thu Mar 17 20 Utah L, 60-54 62 Neutral 27-8
  17. @Norm Peterson I believe what @kldm64 was saying there was that Doc was handed a very good team at UTEP by Billy Gillespie. Which, I believe he was.
  18. ISU lead by 30 for large chunks of the second half.
  19. So, it looks like the guys had a great time...got to spend some quality time bonding and playing hoops. They went 4-0 and (as far as I know) didn't suffer any injuries. I'd put this trip down as a resounding success!
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