- Mar 4, 2013
Vote and discuss
That's reasonable. I don't see anything on the schedule left that NU should be a clear favorite in.I said 6 to 8 after breaking down the first game. I included Colorado in that W column.So probably 5 to 7 realistically 5 but hopefully 6 for the bowl practices.
Northern Illinois. tossup
Best case 7 worst case 3 or 4.
Hope u are correct on that win. Buffs were my number -1 win and Iowa was my number - 2 win I wanted most. I really wanted this game today bros. Almost flew out to MILE high. I still say 6 is an okay year; 7 would be good and 8 not within reach bros.If we win six or seven, Iowa will be one of them.
I think Nebraska can beat Northern Illinois and possibly Illinois.Vote and discuss
I said last week, we would find out what this team is all about vs Colorado. Needless to say, this looks like a 4 or maybe 5 win team. I had them at 8 before the season.Vote and discuss
the predictions were based on what a top 10 type coach with a returning, nationally recognized QB might achieveBefore this season began I drank the koolaid. I thought 9 or 10 wins. Now I honestly think that unless we improve in ways that are hard to see, we will be lucky to win 3.
Frost is our guy and he is here to stay. I will continue to support him. He knows we need to get tougher in the trenches. He ain’t no fool. He sees what we see.the predictions were based on what a top 10 type coach with a returning, nationally recognized QB might achieve
we clearly don't have that --- this is going to take extreme patience while this staff builds on the lessons getting handed to them every gameday
to clarify - top 10 national coach not top 10 in the conference -- I'm certain we don't have the former and I'm not sure about the latter
What is with you and cash bets with strangers on anonymous message boards? I told you I'm not into that sort of thing.You think we win 3 more all season? Put your money where your mouth is. Any number, you’re on, I’ll take over 3. DM for details.
LOL - I haven't seen Nebraska's lack of killer instinct stated quite this way.Instead, looked like sprinkles, hip-hip hooray and a game of grab ass
you seem so certain I figured there's no risk in it for you.What is with you and cash bets with strangers on anonymous message boards? I told you I'm not into that sort of thing.
If you want to come up with terms for a profile picture bet we can do that. I had this one set aside for salts, but it suits you too:
Ok, if we're doing this, you also lose if NU wins less than 8 this year. You voted 8 wins, right?you seem so certain I figured there's no risk in it for you.
over 3 wins, you're on. any terms you'd like, just name them. this way, in addition to patting yourself on the back when the huskers lose, you have something tangible to gain, too.
I think it's just today's mindset. I'm old but not quite "Get off my lawn old". But, it's definitely annoying or even comical. Kind of like throwing down a dunk when losing by 20 and showboating.LOL - I haven't seen Nebraska's lack of killer instinct stated quite this way.
I'm all for celebrating good plays but it seems that more players (not just Huskers) like to put on a show for making ordinary football plays - flexing after making a routine tackle, a gorilla stomp after catching a pass over the middle, etc. It all looks so foolish after a while, especially after a loss.
I too support Frost - I just do not see evidence, right now, that we have the elite coach that we all thought we did. This doesn’t mean that in the future it won’t become apparent but that position is more subjective than anything we are seeing objectively to this point.Frost is our guy and he is here to stay. I will continue to support him. He knows we need to get tougher in the trenches. He ain’t no fool. He sees what we see.
I believe they'll win more than 3, which is what you were running your mouth about. my vote in your poll really has nothing to do with it.Either you believe in your vote or you don't. Which is it?