Should refs have a postgame press conference?
Sipple says Miles needs to keep the roster in tact and continue to recruit at a high level.
Do you still believe in Tim Miles?
Kentucky fans have begun writing negative reviews of Higgins’ business in Omaha because they believe he had a critical role in their loss to North Carolina in the Elite 8
Why do fans go so hard after refs? To make it go beyond the game and threaten his well-being? That is GARBAGE
How big of a loss is Ed Morrow for Nebrasketball?
Should we expect more transfers from the program?
Where does Nebraska go from here?
What does this mean for Tim Miles?
What if there was more tackling in practice? How much of a difference would it make?
It shows that they are not stubborn and set in stone on having it done one way and one way only…but can it cause confusion with players? Everything from terminology, footwork, and assignments changes when you move positions (ex. Kalu to safety; Avery Anderson to DB)
At what point do you stop tinkering with things and keep them the way they are? What have some of the most successful coaches done with rosters? Lots of tinkering or keeping the status quo?
What would the atmosphere be like if Nebraska started selling alcohol?
Obviously, Altman has become one of the nation’s best coaches, and has his Oregon team in the Final Four
Sip’s ‘Drive for 6’ on Tuesday had great background on how it was not the right time for Altman to come to Nebraska when Miles was hired, as he was only 2 years into his time at Oregon and recently removed from Creighton—awkward timing
Is there anyway that Nebraska could convince him to come and save their program down the road if needed? Also—-Husker Baseball vs. Kansas State thoughts from Tuesday night…
Jackson feels like he earned the position and is going to make it work; Diaco wants more quality players starting. Is this a risk for Nebraska? Jackson looked shaky last season. Lots of growth needed
Will Kalu benefit from the change? Does he even want to play safety? Wonder if this is all agreed upon by all parties