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Discussion in 'Husker Board' started by Dreinhart, Dec 13, 2019.
In hindsight Jaimes and Farniok sure started out with a crappy one.
I think this staff can recruit fine based on the results so far. But honestly after this season I'm now wondering a lot more these days if this staff can coach. Especially in the B1G.
4-3, 3-4,3-4 rugby tackling,3-4 new staff.
Power spread, WCO, tempo spread.
And, how many have gone next level? With those two?
Dont see the mystery here?
This is a fair criticism and I tend to agree.
That said, we went out and hired a young coach with great pedigree, but very little HC experience. As much as we may not like it, or may think as a true Blue Blood we’re above it, we’re going to have to endure a significant level of OJT from our head coach. That’s going to require time and patience. I think the OJT evaluation period is minimum 5 years and more like 8-10.
As a business owner and entrepreneur I can tell you my business didn’t really take off until 5 years in. I’m nearly 8 years in and the growth between years 5 and 10 are far better than the growth between years 1 and 5. I expect a team rebuild to be similar.
I don’t care about that, consistency the last two years isn’t the issue. Why haven’t Jaimes Farniok Wilson, Sichterman, Bando et all improved? If they suck or haven’t bought in, why did they not hit the JUCO ranks for replacement?
When I hear people complaining,I'm thinking depth,I'm thinking ghost busters.
Who ya gonna call?
sounds like excuses that weren’t afforded to other staff’s is all I’m saying.
or you could go the other way and to quote, at least partially, an old SEC coach when talking about bear Bryant, he could take his and beat yours and take yours and beat his.
So, our O line looked the same the last three games?
We rang up over 200 yds on wiscy,who averaged 80s at the time.
Finished third in the Big.
Were we young? Did we have holes in the beginning of the year?
Now, did they improve over last years line? Stats say they did.
Excuses? Name a staff that's perennially successful that doesn't have continuity?
Or, put it another way, why are the staffs thats been together so successful?
Is this an excuse from you to not concede this is vitally important?
Oh, and I'd put up this staff against bear bryants 5th year of coaching, see what wrings out
young? We started 3 multi-year starters.
Good grief, a bowl game should be be the next step? Matt Campbell mastered that in season two taking over Iowa State. IOWA STATE! Guess what - they had some attrition and busts too, but theirs was 3 stars leaving because they didn’t have any 4 stars to begin with.
How many starts with the other two? And ,why did they finish better than the previous years line.led by two seniors?
Yes, we got better with two rookies.
So, were those rookies better than Farmer and Foster, or did the three you're talking about have anything to do with it?
And after next year they will replace 3 senior 3plus year starters. Will we be young again after that? The players are here for a short time, youth isn’t the reason we have had 3 consecutive losing seasons.
My watermark has always been 10 4 stars per class. That will get us recruiting at the same level as top 10 programs. We're at 7 now, 3 more and I'll be content
Which top 10 programs?
I agree. 9 in the 2018 class and 11 in the 2019 class.
2015 - 6 four star
2016 - 4 four star
2017 - 7 four star
So more 4 star kids in Frost’s first two classes than in 3 years of Riley. There is correlation between stars and top ten programs, and if that correlation holds true, then we’re doing the right things on the recruiting trail.
And we will have Corcoran,and Benhart and Conn and Fritzsche and whomever else steps up.
Look at our ages vs wiscys on the O line.
First year, new system, second year, we ran the ball better. Passpro was night n day different from the start to finish, even with AMs struggles.
No, wiscy didnt start brand new guys.But, last year, they pulled one of their guys from their D line, they didn't look so good last year did they?
So, are you saying brand new is no different than seasoned players? It sure seems you're arguing your way into that corner?
The line improved as the season wore on, they outrushed last years line which had two seniors, yet you're saying there was no improvement.
And further, our two best prospects haven't played much,in Benharts case, and corcoran isnt here yet.
So, yes, they're recruiting quite well, the O line is improving.
So, is Mills better than Ziggy? Or, was our line better? Again, we finished higher in the Big this year than last.
AM had a crap year, we had no wrs. But, we ran the ball fine.
You are wasting your breath with him. He doesn’t think Riley was given a fair shake, so he wants Frost run out of town in the name of fairness. He will twist, reframe, piss and moan until it happens or he dies trying.
I believe all of those guys have improved. Jaimes played with an injury all year. Farniok is athletically limited. They played better after they got the snaps figured out. Losing your starting QB to an injury then having your backup injured does affect the O line. You're singling out individuals when the O line is a unit and one or two weak links affects every guy on that line. You're turning in to a cynical grumpy old man Tuco...
I think Riley was given a fair shake, he didn’t produce and he was gone. I just want the same standards held to it every coach
We have a scholarship kicker but we were unlucky with injuries this season. Other than Adi Kunalic and Alex Henery, have we ever had two scholarship kickers?
Edit: Mauro Bondi and Drew Brown were on scholarship at the same time.
Everybody deals with injuries. But as a Fanbase we sit here and blame players, former coaches, media, fans, everybody except for the people coaching the team. That has never been the case before. When we had bad seasons we blamed the coach.
and felons (alleged)
I certainly afforded similar REASONING with Riley's staff. He took over a spread option team and implemented a WCO. Then the brain trust headed by Eichorst canned Banker and brought in a blithering idiot to run the D and completely changed that scheme. It was a colossal recipe for disaster. Who knows. MAYBE IF Riley had been allowed to keep Banker and run his system we would have been okay with Gebbia at QB these past 2 years.
This was one of the biggest disappointments for me this year. This was a disaster in every single aspect, from field goals, to punting, to punt coverage to return game. I do wonder with Dewitt being sick how much he was able to be around and coach at 100%. We need to see drastic improvement in that area next year.
SOME people blamed the coaches without taking in to consideration circumstances beyond their control. IMO, that's an unreasonable ignorant approach. Some of the criticism of Riley was ignorant and unjustified vitriol. He only had a few short years to try to implement his systems. Eichorst hiring Diaco was a disaster. Logically however given his college track record, it would appear that he wasn't going to be able to do long term what we wanted. Frost no doubt has made some mistakes, BUT IMO, we're WAY too early to be making harsh summary judgements. Frost's biggest mistakes have almost completely been making public statements that bit him in the butt. He'll figure it out.
Honest question and not trying to be argumentative. Do you think Frost is the right guy?
We did block some punts this year. Going through 6 kickers didn't help the FGs. But I agree ST kick coverage was atrocious and needs fixed asap.
I don't want the same standards applied. What would that look like? One more season and fire his ass? If it takes more time for Frost to figure out how to get better results, I'm fine with it. I don't want Nebraska on the same psychotic coaching merry-go-round that every other below average (yep that's us) program is on. I'm glad we've got an AD like Moos who has the balls and the spine to not listen to the lunatic fringe.
Well Alabama has had a tremendous amount of turnover of coordinators especially. Make no mistake though, Saban is as much of a control freak as TO was. That said, he's dictating systems and coaching to his assistants so maybe the turnover isn't as tough to deal with AND he's hiring guys who can coach what he wants done.
Fair or not, another angle on the move from Riley to Frost was more about fulfilling destiny.
Yes while 2/3 of the team are Frost recruits most if not all are at best True Soph. There is reason many successful programs have the majority of their starters as upper class men. It takes time to develop these kids. Not every Freshman coming in is going to be a Wandale Robinson and contribute year 1. The majority of starters were still Riley recruits. If in 2 years we are still sucking then we can have a serious conversation on Frost abilities to recruit and develop players.
I've been sitting back here reading the latest postings....the biggest question I have is....why is it okay for Nebraska to pay elite coaching salaries for a "learn as you go coach and staff" that hasn't proven anything yet on the field (nothing good anyway)? Don't say "no one else would come here"....stupid comment.....for $5 mill per year there would have been an experienced coach willing to come here who would not be learning on the job as Frost has been doing. IMO....maybe results would be the same...we will never know....but could be/should be much better then what we have been seeing to date.
Before you rip me...I am not saying fire Frost or that he isn't the right coach....I AM saying that we are not getting our money's worth and apparently it 's okay that we aren't.
it is WAY too early to determine whether or not we're "getting our money's worth". WAY too early. Ask me that question when this past freshman class is seniors. We'll know then.
This 50% Blue Chip ratio thread from August has a pretty good breakdown. I think 10 is the low level mark. If you’re taking 20-25 per class then between 12-15 need to be four star or better. I think we’re currently below 30% blue chip. If we can push that to 40% in the next 2 recruiting cycles then I would say we’re going to be a consistent favorite in the west and some top 25 finishes. Get a few of those then I think we are fully capable of pushing past that 50% mark to compete nationally.
Do you agree that Bo had effects on MRs tenure? Like no LBs? Poisoned well?
It didnt get better when all that backers left when SF got here.
The qb room, was TA a good enough passer to run MRs offense? Close, but wrong fit, but MR came in with no starter.
Both Gebbia and POB left, with only Gebbia being able to run SFs offense, yet, he recruited his starter, unlike MR.
MR had huge effects on the team, SF is fixing some of the problems that happened from those effects.
Happens under normal circumstances, but name programs who's gone through three staffs in 5 years!
And to remind you, if you find a couple, each one will be effected by this in their own way.
We all want it better
Just so happens, the guy who cares the most, not about his record, but about this team came in at 5 mill.
Now, if you'd prefer him to have been at Florida,well,thats just your opinion.
So, “don’t say no one else would come here” even if it’s the truth? Hell, even Frost was tortured over whether to come here.
QB. QB. QB. QB. QB. TA was the only reason Riley had a winning season at NE.