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(ESPN)   Can the Dawgs schuck the Huskers again? Will the Badgers bite the Ball Coach? Is Sparty and the Cardinal a new sit-com? There's Bengals and Hawkeyes, Knights and Bears and more, oh my. Grab the sofa and let the New Years Bowls play your hangover away   (espn.go.com) divider line 9
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2014-01-02 12:07:34 AM  
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This game is a breaking madden with tackling turned down to zero
2014-01-01 10:05:27 PM  
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harleyquinnical: Maybe it's just a case of "fark it, leave it up there." I figure the next line they put up will be the furthest point on the previous drive, because LINES.


I vote for body outlines of injured players.
2014-01-01 04:13:02 PM  
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steamingpile:

Oh no, no, no we are just haters who like any reason to hate on such a respectable program and a wonderful human being.

Nebraska fans are more delusional than bama fans about how they recruit.


Yeah. I just say be realistic. The guy wasn't a saint. He wasn't wholesome. He was just like every other coach who wanted to gain a competitive advantage. I'm not trying invoke moral relativism by implying that if one person cheats, then it's okay for everyone else to do it. Simply acknowledge that he had character flaws just like any other human and wasn't this bastion of integrity and a true representative of everything that is right with the world.
2014-01-01 04:08:32 PM  
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KiwDaWabbit: steamingpile: chuggernaught: HeathenHealer: smerfnablin: Are Nebraska fans still wandering the streets with torches and pitch forks looking to get rid of their head coach?

Yes. They have been since Osborne left. I live in South Dakota, there are LOTS of Husker fans around here. Most of them are barely tolerable and still basking in their glory days of 15-20 years ago.

/Tommy Frazier is NOT walking through that door


This is what husker haters actually believe.

What that Nebraska fans aren't delusional? Or that Osbourne was a douchey guy that let players destroy their bodies?

Osborne only won national championships after he started recruiting thugs under the guise of "giving these kids a chance" (i.e., fake integrity). Rape a girl? She was asking for it. Throw your girlfriend down the stairs? Lets keep him on the team. He needs structure!


Oh no, no, no we are just haters who like any reason to hate on such a respectable program and a wonderful human being.

Nebraska fans are more delusional than bama fans about how they recruit.
2014-01-01 04:06:26 PM  
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chuggernaught: steamingpile: chuggernaught: HeathenHealer: smerfnablin: Are Nebraska fans still wandering the streets with torches and pitch forks looking to get rid of their head coach?

Yes. They have been since Osborne left. I live in South Dakota, there are LOTS of Husker fans around here. Most of them are barely tolerable and still basking in their glory days of 15-20 years ago.

/Tommy Frazier is NOT walking through that door


This is what husker haters actually believe.

What that Nebraska fans aren't delusional? Or that Osbourne was a douchey guy that let players destroy their bodies?

Like I said.  Ignorant people believe that sort of thing.


Yes I'm ignorant, let's see how well that worked out for you.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1140718/1/ i ndex.htm

How bout an article where he actually admits it albeit by saying "isolated" sure Tommy

http://m.newsok.com/osborne-admits-isolated-steroid-use-by-players/ar t icle/2162743

Your guy was dirty but keep lumping praise on him when you have no clue how scummy he was his whole career.
2014-01-01 04:04:45 PM  
1 votes:

steamingpile: chuggernaught: HeathenHealer: smerfnablin: Are Nebraska fans still wandering the streets with torches and pitch forks looking to get rid of their head coach?

Yes. They have been since Osborne left. I live in South Dakota, there are LOTS of Husker fans around here. Most of them are barely tolerable and still basking in their glory days of 15-20 years ago.

/Tommy Frazier is NOT walking through that door


This is what husker haters actually believe.

What that Nebraska fans aren't delusional? Or that Osbourne was a douchey guy that let players destroy their bodies?


Osborne only won national championships after he started recruiting thugs under the guise of "giving these kids a chance" (i.e., fake integrity). Rape a girl? She was asking for it. Throw your girlfriend down the stairs? Lets keep him on the team. He needs structure!
2014-01-01 04:00:33 PM  
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chuggernaught: steamingpile: clkeagle: smerfnablin: Are Nebraska fans still wandering the streets with torches and pitch forks looking to get rid of their head coach?

That was mostly the idiot fans whose minds are simple enough to process Omaha World Herald opinion columns as journalistic fact. They started the whole "fire him" bandwagon, and then publicly demanded for the university whether or not he would be fired. So to clarify - they invented their own news, and then slandered everyone who wouldn't confirm their invented story.

The rest of us (any Husker fan with an IQ over 90) simply want to see some changes to the special teams and strength/conditioning programs. And few of us will ever again mock other teams' fans who attribute poor seasons to rampant injuries...

So bring back the steroid room like when Osbourne was there?

Nebraska had the best strength and conditioning program in the county in the early 90s.  Ignorant people equate that with steroid use.


Or the fact actual players back up the claims they had steroids injected to them daily? Seriously have you never read the SI article which completely destroyed Osbourne's reputation?

Don't be naive and learn facts about your messiah.
2014-01-01 03:52:23 PM  
1 votes:

chuggernaught: HeathenHealer: smerfnablin: Are Nebraska fans still wandering the streets with torches and pitch forks looking to get rid of their head coach?

Yes. They have been since Osborne left. I live in South Dakota, there are LOTS of Husker fans around here. Most of them are barely tolerable and still basking in their glory days of 15-20 years ago.

/Tommy Frazier is NOT walking through that door


This is what husker haters actually believe.


What that Nebraska fans aren't delusional? Or that Osbourne was a douchey guy that let players destroy their bodies?
2014-01-01 03:49:03 PM  
1 votes:

HeathenHealer: smerfnablin: Are Nebraska fans still wandering the streets with torches and pitch forks looking to get rid of their head coach?

Yes. They have been since Osborne left. I live in South Dakota, there are LOTS of Husker fans around here. Most of them are barely tolerable and still basking in their glory days of 15-20 years ago.

/Tommy Frazier is NOT walking through that door



This is what husker haters actually believe.
 
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