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Do you accept and/or embrace the Riley offensive philosophy?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
7/18/2017

Do you accept and/or embrace the Riley offensive philosophy?

53%
Yes WINNER

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47%
No

13

53%
Yes

4 Comments
Jerry Williams
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Jerry Williams

I did not want to be negative. Right now we do not know what it will be like next year. I have hopes,

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Jody Acree
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Jody Acree

We will see for sure this year and going forward if his offensive philosophy will work with pro style QB's. This is a wait and see thing. I'm willing to give it a chance.

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47%
No

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Rick Chambers
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Rick Chambers

We need a dual threat q-back who can throw or run to get out of the pocket, I do not want to see a 70% passing game.

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Visitor
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Visitor

Absolutely not, it will not work at nebraska because it is a low populated cold weather state and NO ONE can load up on 5 star talent tat NU to compete with the other schools in the high populated warm weather areas.. We need to be unique again in what we do and have the entire state supporting it.

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Richard Johnson
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Richard Johnson

I prefer the run offense, wear 'em down and win in the 4th quarter. A mobile QB that can pass accurately as well as get out of trouble and run.

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Ned Watson
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Ned Watson

I am unsure that the way Riley seems to be going with the offense is the right way. All of the top teams in the country last year had a dual threat QB and that is for a reason: It's hard to defend 11 guys than just 10. We'll just have to wait and see what happens.

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Mark Danahy
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Mark Danahy

We didn't run the ball effectively with players that can run in 2016. We will be pass oriented in 2017. If we don't get more proficient at the run we are going to be hurting. I don't care if you run the ball 50% of the time, it all fails if you can't get yardage with the run. 3rd & long in 2017.

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Guest
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Guest

I prefer winning!!!

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Mr. Harold
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Mr. Harold

Unless you have talent like USC, you need a QB who can run in college football today.

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Cooper Bernardi
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Cooper Bernardi

With our offensive lines of recent years a drop back passing QB will be meat for other teams defenses to eat up

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Isaiah Skrdla
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Isaiah Skrdla

Pro style offenses have been solved. Their success relies heavily on a very high level of nationally coveted talent which makes consistency an issue even for teams that have every recruiting advantage. There are other more college friendly schemes that get better results from less talent.

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Keith Petrie
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Keith Petrie

I have had problems with the consistency of play calling. I will say I probably will like the first couple of years better than what is coming... I like a mobile QB who can throw the ball on the move and run the option. I like to see a QB who can run play action and go deep. Speed and power! GBR

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Brent Matz
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Brent Matz

Old, slow and predictable. No misdirection. Averages slightly over two plays a minute - one of the slowest in the country. No one is surprise by what we do.

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Kurtis Ramsey
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Kurtis Ramsey

I could change my mind after it seeing it ran by a true passing qb but from the little we saw of it, it looks like big 10 defenses already know how to shut it down.

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Stephen Johnson
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Stephen Johnson

Osborne tried a passing offense in 1973 to 1979. Did not work in the plaines.

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Donnie Mahoney
Donnie Mahoney

What Osborne and the 70's have to do with it? LOL

Was Trev Alberts correct in keeping Nebraska men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg for another year?

Was Trev Alberts correct in keeping Nebraska men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg for another year?

Yes

3

No

0

Yes

3 Comments
Tom Nelsen
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Tom Nelsen

Give him time to see if he can figure out a winning formula here. It's not like anyone else has been successful. Not much to lose. It's too bad there has been so little success. I think Husker fans would be overly supportive of the program especially with some improvement.

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

Let's face it. With a few rare exceptions, Husker basketball has never been better than mediocre at best. Let's give Fred plenty of runway to turn things around. We certainly don't have much to lose (pun not intended).

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Linda Ogren
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Linda Ogren

Just needs players that play DEFENCE they all know offence

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No

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Do you think Trev Alberts was correct to push for the coaching staff changes before season end?

Do you think Trev Alberts was correct to push for the coaching staff changes before season end?

It was right to do sooner than later

5

Should have waited until season was over

1

It was right to do sooner than later

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Richard L. Owen
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Richard L. Owen

The defense has made progress. The offense not so much. The real problem is Frost's dedication to Martinez. Adrian is a great guy, but his minuses exceed his pluses.

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Toby Leach
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Toby Leach

The production was there from those coaches. Better to make the decision then, so you can still have a positive impact with recruiting.

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Randy Wolf
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Randy Wolf

I imagine the transfer portal had a lot to do with the timing.

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Nate Stineman
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Nate Stineman

It had to be done and it clear that things are going to happen at NU.

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Frank Johnson
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Frank Johnson

The team was not going to become better with their existing staff. Make the cut and start improving.

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Should have waited until season was over

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

If you are not going to make new hires before the end of the season anyway, what was the purpose in firing them now? It will be interesting to see how the offense performs, but I can't see this as beneficial.

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