I gave mine tickets up after last season and honestly it was the best thing for me. I was putting too much emotional weight into Husker Baseball and figured getting away from them financially would help and it has. I can watch the game from a more casual fan perspective. I found it interesting listening to Coach Martin speak in an interview the other day. Keep in mind he has 40 years on the job at FSU. He said and I’m paraphrasing, “we coach’s have to remember that if a player isn’t getting better, or a team isn’t getting better, or a program isn’t getting better than its on us as coaches, it’s our fault.” I don’t say this because I don’t believe Erstad isn’t trying but I did find it interesting how his approach is about improvement being the main gauge and not so much about, “well, that’s baseball” we tend to hear so much from Erstad. With that said I feel we finished better than we probably could of. The players played above the skill and development they were provided in my opinion. My only hope is this Freshman class develops and next years is for real. If that happens then who knows, maybe he does turn the corner? Trust me, I’m not getting my hopes up but it really is the only hope we do have because he is here for the long haul regardless.