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Archives for April 7, 2017
- ESPN FPI is a joke
- Brian Christoperson: LJS
- Worst tweet of the day
- Justin Patton Headed to the NBA
- Advise Me
- Jeff Risdon: NFL draft scout for RealGM/USA Today
- Four More Downs
- Lavar Ball says UCLA lost because of white players
- Steve Sipple: LJS
- Weird Mets Fan
- Dustin Johnson fell down a few stairs and withdrew from the Masters
- Nebraska basketball has offered a grad transfer with an incredible name
- Robin Washut, HuskerOnline
- Tanner Lee has been working with a “QB Guru,” who also seems like sort of a sketchy character
- What should Nebraska do during the Spring Game to wow the impressive list of recruits?
- Rick Pizzo, BTN
- Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings
- Meat and Potatoes: QBs speak, offensive line shuffles, and the injury bug rears its head
- Sean Callahan, HuskerOnline
- Four Downs with Alli, brought to you by Barney Insurance
Huskers are 2-0-1 in B1G play, but if they want a legitimate shot at winning the conference they will have to win 2 of 3 on their home field…can they keep up their winning ways?
Didn’t play great in win at UNO on Wednesday, but a win is a win…now comes the real challenge
Bill Callahan had a west coast offense at Nebraska.
Has the hype for the upcoming season been affected at all by recent projections that are less than stellar for Nebraska?
Spring Game ticket sales are doing very well so it would appear that the hype is unaffected…but how much can that change for the good or bad after tomorrow’s scrimmage and next week’s Spring Game?
Also, a comparison to other schools who are at the top/have been at the top and went through different lulls (Miami, Alabama, Clemson, Texas, etc.
Also, FURLEY FREAKOUT
Report by Lafayette Journal & Courier went through the expenses and revenue of all B1G schools from the 2015-16 year, and Nebraska had an excess of $8.39 million—–Michigan was 2nd with $5.9million excess
Iowa had a $2.9million deficit….Illinois was worst in the B1G with a $6.66million deficit
Excess is certainly the goal of the athletic department, but could Nebraska afford to spend more?