I would love to believe that they will stay down, but with the support the Huskers have financially and everything else they will rise again. The biggest mistake for them was abandoning the option style offense based on huge lines and trying a whole new west coast system.
ďAlso, I met a lot of Iowa State fans and I donít want to leave any of that behind.Ē - DARIUS DARKS on Staying a CLONE!!!
The recruits want answers now - their feet will walk if they do not fire Callahan now or say he is coming back. Tough dlilemna. They have Tom Osbourne wqorking the phonme lines ffor keeping recruits just like a Jerry lewis Telkathoin. What can Tom say? "Take a TO, Bill?
Bill continues to spout nonsense like some other coaches we know that he has been excellent in all areas and yet the team loses. Cm'n, Bill, you now have the worst Total Defense EVER in Nebraska history. Only 61 team and one back in the thirties are competing for the WORST. Their team defencse now is over a hundred pretty across all categories. Total defense yardage in last five games hads been over 500 yards per game. They showed they do not know how to tackle a qb let alone a running back.
"Again, all I would tell you is I have done an excellent job in every area," he said. "It's hard for the media to know. But what we've done off the field and what we did on the field, it's well-documented. We did some positive things. We haven't sustained it this year."
Looks like they play West Coast Defense.
Are you aware you're channeling Roger Sprague?
Yeah well, ya know, that's just, like uh, your opinion, man.
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