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Did you think that Matt Rhule's performance was good enough in year one?

Did you think that Matt Rhule's performance was good enough in year one?

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Yes

19 Comments
Thomas Wright
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Thomas Wright

Do I think it could be better, yes ….. but MR didn’t have a lot to work with considering frost didn’t recruit much if any. The D of course is a 180 turn around and I like MR philosophy of building a brotherhood bond between his players. He’s turned the ship around into the right direction !

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Roy VanPelt
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Roy VanPelt

I believe in what Coach Rhule is doing! He has us on track!!!

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michael daly
michael daly

Indeed , a good person with the Kid first approach. good culture

Bruce Jakubowski
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Bruce Jakubowski

Starting with a new system, new coach, starting with a worthless QB. The team stayed together and had the highest retention in the Big10. That says it all for me.

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Russell Lloyd
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Russell Lloyd

The man is the Builder and He is building. I'm not looking at the record as I am looking at the foundation being built . Great progress in Year One, 100% behind him.

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Kevin Masten
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Kevin Masten

I believe the culture and brotherhood has taken a big step. Players are a team. Now we must get past the stigma of believing we can win the 4th quarter and close games. Now instilling the confidence.

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Gene L
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Gene L

Definitely building, and willing to make adjustments for any missteps. Aside from QB, is improving in every area. And QB is looking good with current recruits. Hopefully has staff straightened out.

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Frank Pietrantoni
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Frank Pietrantoni

Reasonable to impressive results given the circumstances. More importantly were his actions/decisions to further develop the entire program.

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michael daly
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michael daly

Hitting the ground running and get a recruiting class signed, difficult with a failed NE past He did miss on the quarterback and Purdy lost in the shuffle but excellent D w Tony W, hopeful offensive signs, better special teams. Hopefully a winning record and good QB play, Future looks bright

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James Childerston
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James Childerston

Started to change the toxic culture and recruiting has been solid.

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Brent Allen
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Brent Allen

Much lot rot can be unnoticed for a long time, so can internal improvements, while the record wasn't a lot better, this program is in infinitely better shape than it was 14 months ago.

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Robert Lloyd
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Robert Lloyd

Everything but winning. But Satterfield will never give us the solid offense a championship team needs. I, along with many others, say we MUST be a run first offense (and to a fault). Anything else is a loser. I give Matt a B+ his first year.

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Matt Cain
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Matt Cain

As good as you can expe t for year 1 given what we had at QB

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Darrell Moore
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Darrell Moore

He didn't have alot to work with.

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Bill Kay
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Bill Kay

Even though there were many miscues things appear to be moving in the right direction finally after many years.

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Dan Larsen
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Dan Larsen

Simple look where we came from, 8 years of loses, Riley & Frost total disappointments. In both cases the head coaching job at NE was too big for both of them. We now have a process just follow it and it is impressive so far! GBR!!

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michael daly
michael daly

So true, Mickey J.couldn't have run the machine as well as Rhule has thus far.

No

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Tim Gleason
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Tim Gleason

Love Rhule and truly believe in him picture. However his game management cost us a couple of games. You are paid to have situational awareness and planning. he does SO MICH SO well, but he did not manage end of games well in terms of clock management and understanding his limits with personnel

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Jim Fox
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Jim Fox

He seemed to want to fail the first year, so that subsequent years (with "His" guys) would look better.

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Ron Graf
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Ron Graf

A 5 win season is not up to Nebraska standards. Same old story losing close games and turnovers. Jeff Sims was a total failure

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Bruce Jakubowski
Bruce Jakubowski

Everybody was happy with Jeff Sims until we found out he didn't have any "Fingers". Blame the coach...

Larry Sawatzki
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Larry Sawatzki

Missed a bowl by one game. Plenty of opportunities.

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Richard Johnson
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Richard Johnson

There were some really questionable calls in some games re: going for a first down instead of going for a FG that cost them several games and trying some trick and fancy plays in the red zone but as others have said, he seems to have the program moving in the right direction.

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Anthony Carr
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Anthony Carr

The mishandling of the QB situation and the November collapse at the end of the season.

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Are you in favor of college football's 85-scholarship limit?

Are you in favor of college football's 85-scholarship limit?

Yes

4

No

1

Yes

4 Comments
Chris Monaco
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Chris Monaco

the big programs will thrive while the rest survive, with no limit its all about Money then

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Steve Walker
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Steve Walker

If open, rich schools like Ohio State and Texas would have 300 players on their rooster, which would impact the recruit pool. Of course those who don't play would end up in transfer portal. The scholarship limits helps all schools access to good players. Even with NIL, the scholarship limit helps

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Steve Walker
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Steve Walker

If open, rich schools like Ohio State and Texas would have 300 players on their rooster, which would impact the recruit pool. Of course those who don't play would end up in transfer portal. The scholarship limits helps all schools access to good players. Even with NIL, the scholarship limit helps

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Scott Ferguson
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Scott Ferguson

Seems fair for the number of kids that actually play in games.

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No

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Visitor
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Visitor

Most players don't get to go pro. As a former college walkon, being an athlete and having the $ to pay for college and other things is a huge burden. There is too much as a full time student and athlete to work as well. Opening more scholarships give more kids as much opportunity as possible.

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Do you support the proposal to sell alcohol at Haymarket Park?
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Do you support the proposal to sell alcohol at Haymarket Park?

Yes

4

No

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Yes

4 Comments
Dick Plock
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Dick Plock

Baseball, hotdogs, popcorn, pretzels 🍺 beer

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Clark Huenink
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Clark Huenink

Fan friendly environment.

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Scott Ferguson
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Scott Ferguson

All things in moderation. A cold beer and a hotdog are part of baseball fandom. And yes, revenue.

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Kent Haynes
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Kent Haynes

It's everywhere else, plus the revenue

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No

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Paco
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Paco

I don't like what alcohol does to Husker fans.

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Ralph J. Williams
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Ralph J. Williams

Outcome is only negative.

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Linda Ogren
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Linda Ogren

NOT GOING TO ATTEND ANYMORE, YOU ARE ASKING FOR BIG TROUBLE

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Roy VanPelt
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Roy VanPelt

Alcohol will ruin the family environment. I love my Huskers, but may have to give up our season tickets if they ever start selling beer at Memorial Stadium.

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Roy VanPelt
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Roy VanPelt

Alcohol will ruin the family environment. I love my Huskers, but may have to give up our season tickets if they ever start selling beer at Memorial Stadium.

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James Wyatt
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James Wyatt

People sometimes are not responsible enough and over drink then get into a vehicle!

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Roy Katskee
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Roy Katskee

Underage college students have enough access to beer. Absolutely no need for it.

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