I, too, am pumped to actually have some sort of a season in 2021. Unfortunately, the Big Ten continues to lag behind the rest of the country when it comes to caring about baseball. It is utterly ridiculous that February 1 is upon us and there is no schedule.I, for one, am extremely estactic to have any semblance of a season.
Delaney would have kept following the Ivy League's example of cancelling all Spring sports for the rest of the 2021 calender year. So be grateful for what you have.
(I'd be happy to debate this more).
I'll cheer the Huskers on in a parking lot against whoever.
There's 6 or 7 decently good teams in B1G for 2021. We need to take care of business against whoever, no matter how many times it may be, and see where the chips land.
This is not the end. Just the beginning.
Huskers goals are still the same....
Win the B1G
Win the conference tournament
And make the rest of the baseball world take notice, and get to Regionals.
Now is not the time for, excuses.
I don't care if others have their 50+ games planned.
How many of those games will get cancelled?
Let the chips fall where they may.
Take care of what we can control.
Let's take control of a Power 5 and hopefully punch our ticket.
Because if we don't, someone else in the B1G will.
Go Big Red
Sorry. Nebraska is a little fish in the B1G pond. I don't care who the AD is, we have little to no pull. If tOSU hadn't joined our side we wouldn't have had fall football.At an athletic program such as Nebraska, the Athletic Director should have enough sway with their peers. All we hear from Moos is, I tried this and I tried that. Without results. There hasn't been an item he's won on, at least an item that's public knowledge. Feel free to list his accomplishments/sways since the pandemic hit. His ah shucks I tried doesn't sit well with me.
On top of that, his decision not to allow any training table or supplemental supply to our baseball program last spring during the pandemic & this past fall is an utter embarrassment. Especially when you factor in smaller athletic departments across the country taking care of their athletes during the school year. That hasn't happened at Nebraska, and Bill Moos is directly responsible.
Our student-athletes signed a contract (NLI) with UNL, and UNL hasn't held up their end of the bargain. Sorry, a $100/month food stipend doesn't cut it.
But hey, he tried! Kudos, Bill.