Archives for July 27, 2018

Happer & Stephens: July 27th, 1pm

  • Bill Moos is putting the pressure on Tim Miles. How will he respond?
  • What You Want
  • Lil B has cursed the A’s
  • MLB Trade Deadline is coming Tuesday. Bring on the chaos!

Happer & Stephens: July 27th, 12pm

  • How is Scott Frost going to handle the new 4-game redshirt rule?
  • Can a resurgence from Nebraska make the Big Ten West look as good as the East?
  • Bull or No Bull

Happer & Stephens: July 27th, 11am

  • Nebraska gets a commitment from 2020 QB Logan Smothers
  • Sean Callahan, HuskerOnline
  • The Blog Jog

A former Nebrasketballer sheds some light on his thoughts on the Doc Sadler era

  • Sek Henry tweeted out a thread on Thursday that showed appreciation for Doc Sadler off the court, but had problems with how he was able to showcase his skills on the court, and that defense was too much of a priority over offense. Is that an issue with the current roster or not? Did Sadler really get all that he could out of his players or is that a myth?

Parker Gabriel (Lincoln Journal Star) / Shut Up Sipple

  • Thoughts on commitments of Nick Heinrich, Mosai Newsome and Logan Smothers
  • Will J.D Spielman be the most versatile player on the offense, or could we see Miles Jones be that guy?

Can you imagine Nebraska having a top-ranked QB in QBR like Scott Frost had at Oregon and UCF?

  • We’ve discussed that stat many times with the results he had with Marcus Mariota, Vernon Adams and McKenzie Milton…but envision that with Adrian Martinez or Tristan Gebbia or someone else…do you believe that can happen here?
  • Frost also had many comments on QBs avoiding the Nebraska fishbowl and how he recruits QBs…more audio from B1G Media Days Top National Champions cont.

  • Best champions ever should never be an underdog
  • Miami had WAY MORE NFL talent, how are they not #1?!!?
  • Also, SONG OF THE DAY: “Bills” – LunchMoney Lewis ranks the top national champions of the BCS era, and boy, are they wrong on the top 2 teams

  • ranks the 2005 Texas team as the best champion of the BCS era, followed by 2008 Florida…followed by 2001 Miami. In WHAT world is 2001 Miami NOT the best championship team of the BCS era?! They had NFL players AT EVERY POSITION!
  • There has long been a conversation as to whether 2001 Miami or 1995 Nebraska is the best team in the history of college football—yet apparently, Miami is the 3rd best title team of the BCS era. What a joke.

Nebraska is looking towards the future with a commit for the 2020 class

  • Logan Smothers, 3-star QB from Athens, Alabama, committed to Frost and the Huskers yesterday
  • He runs an 11 second 100m dash and ran a 4.48 40 at an Ohio State camp
  • The QB room is getting packed, is that going to be a problem down the line?