We’ll never be back.
If you really think this program is dead, then why are you here posting? Why would somebody follow a dead program? If you think the program is dead, then you're the stupid one for wasting your time with it.
It's a coaching problem, not a program problem. Blame it on Scott Frost, don't blame it on the program. Heck, Bo freakin' Pelini got this team to 9 win seasons. Was Bo some kind of miracle worker? I don't believe that.Stupidest post of the year. Clean out your eyes and see the shit show we are. I post because I care and have invested 25+ years rooting for the red.
Well it’s been dead for awhile so probably have to go back to when it died and count the postsSeriously curious, how many threads have been started with the notion that Nebraska football is 'now dead'?
Not slamming the OP, seriously curious...
Callahan fizzled out, Pelini was on his way to fizzling out (look at his Youngstown team this year), and Riley was a bust. OU went through three coaches after Switzer before they got the right one in 1999, and other programs do as well.Changing coaches every few years is your main problem. Kids don't want to join a program that's constantly changing head coaches.
I was all for hiring Frost(although I got on board much later than most), but I was never one of these "Frost or bust" people. There is a good hire out there somewhere.No. Just need to make a good hire
Frost looks like a fraud no doubt. His only hope is to make some moves and surround himself with some help. But he won’t, and will surely be fired in a few years.
He's got at least two more seasons, I think. There is no way he's getting fired anytime soon. Huge buyout after giving him a 7 year deal, plus if we fire a former player after just a few years, nobody is going to touch this program with a 10 foot pole.Callahan fizzled out, Pelini was on his way to fizzling out (look at his Youngstown team this year), and Riley was a bust. OU went through three coaches after Switzer before they got the right one in 1999, and other programs do as well.
The right one may never get to Lincoln for quite some time, but Frost has at least two more seasons to get things on track, maybe a third one to reach year five.