Asked by Husker Max 2313 Votes Does the Scott Frost training video tweet disrespect Navy SEALs? 96% Heck no, go Huskers! Heck no, go Huskers! 69 4% It was improper It was improper 1 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Copy Link 96% Heck no, go Huskers! Add Comment Comment Share with friends 69 Comments 2 Richard Vryheid That blogger is mad that Barry Alvarez wasn't a SEAL. Emulation of Navy SEALS is to honor the SEALS not cast aspersions at them. Reply Reply 1 Lou They are respecting the SEALS by trying to emulate them! Reply Reply 1 Rick Rhoadarmer Scott did this with the utmost respect for the Seals. The Seals live a standard to which he wants the Huskers to aspire. That's about as good as it gets. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Reply Reply 0 Robert Wilde It shows respect for our heroes and want to strive to their example. Reply Reply 0 Tom Brown Get the players motivated Reply Reply 0 Mike Washburn Umm... Great form of flatery. I also think the group that conducted the training has a few special opps guys running the show! My best friend is a die hard Bucky fan, but the Homer.. Wow! Reply Reply 0 Randy Milhoan It will make the Huskers tougher, more disciplined, more capable of winning and better conditioned than their opponents. It will add to the win column and they will be able to block & tackle(!) Reply Reply 0 Carl Wiest That's ridiculous! Seems like Supreme respect. Reply Reply 0 Tim Wilcox He's a badger fan. Of course he's going to find any way possible to manipulate this into a bad thing. If Damien is more than cool with it then so should everyone else be. Wiscy fans must be scared. Reply Reply 0 Chase Go huskers! Reply Reply 0 dksntpa #GBR Reply Reply 0 Jamie Dilla SNOWFLAKES will be offended by anything. This is a motivational video HONORING the SEALS. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery that one can pay to GREATNESS! Reply Reply 0 RΞV Ummmmm........we have a SEAL on the team. Does Wisconsin have a SEAL on the team? Didn't think so... Reply Reply 0 Linda Ogren What is a what is a wisc guy watching this?? They in wisc don't do will with knowledge Reply Reply 0 vonham I've worked with Navy SEALS. Not one of them would have taken that video as a slap in the face. The blogger is full of BS. Reply Reply 0 Mike Klemme It shows that men need to do the job 100% of the time and that cutting corners will lead them to inadequate results as a man in life and on the football field. Doesn’t say they are Navy Seals! C’mon! Reply Reply 0 Caleb Dillon GBR!!! Reply Reply 0 Carol Edmonds Teaching young men how to be successful in all they do.is never disrespectful.. Reply Reply 0 Bryan Kerchal If someone is offended by the mere fact that a former SEAL thought his brother's can be represented this way, then I suggest that offended person take that sand on the beach, and pack it. Reply Reply 0 Doug Einsel i think it shows a respect and admiration to the SEAL community. The SEAL community is the greatest warriors of our military. Huskers training similarly, aiming to be the best in college FB. GBR Reply Reply 0 William B Fann No doubt this guy is a wimp. Reply Reply 0 Adam Winter Former Marine. I see no disrespect. And Navy Seals do not exclusively own this type of training or frame of mind. Reply Reply 0 Philip Schutte Shows massive respect to what navy seals do to prepare. No where did I hear they are better than seals. It shows hard work.. perseverance can get you to that elite level on the field and in life. Reply Reply 0 Scott Snell I am a retired veteran. Scott is trying to instill leadership into his team and players, to play as one. This has been lacking in the Husker football program for the past few years. Reply Reply 0 Scot Morrison This is just a Wisconsin pansy crying because his team didn’t think of doing This. That a former Navy Seal didn’t think it a slap in the face by suggesting it, then it isn’t. Reply Reply 0 David Petersen As a former Marine who has done a fair share of boat exercises, I didn't take it as disrespectful. They got a few hours of work in. We did that for years. It's good training and builds teamwork. Reply Reply 0 Bret Czaplewski It may have offended Wisconsin fans and or anyone not wanting to see us grow as a team. The goals Frost and Co. are trying to achieve are so much bigger than football. Reply Reply 0 Kelly Danaher I'm a Vietnam era vet. Damn proud to see something like this in today's society. No disrespect...... Reply Reply 0 Matt Arnold Calling it disrespectful is a joke. As a veteran of the Marine Corp I took it as a positive sign and respect to the Seals. Why do we listen to bloggers any way? Any hack with a computer is a blogger Reply Reply 0 Thomas Waller This was filmed while working with organization called The Program. Maybe you need to look up who makes up that organization. There is a UCF video showing the same training. Ex-Navy vet here. Reply Reply 0 FrankLP That "well-known blogger, and rabid Wisconsin fan" failed to consider AND acknowledge.. a former Navy SEAL who is currently on NU's roster came up with the idea! I trust Frost & D Jackson's judgement Reply Reply 0 Peter Rygol Navy Seals are the only ones goal oriented, focused, implement a work ethic and commit to excellence? Reply Reply 0 Jon Stitzel If I remember correctly, the guy who runs this training is a former SEAL himself and he does it for other sports teams too. It's a way to build bonds and foster greater teamwork. Reply Reply 0 Blakdrifter That was out of respect on what they go through everything should strive to be in shape like the Seals Reply Reply 0 Mick Hanson This i the stupidest commentary ever to emulate the Seals is to honor them. Perhaps the writer is jealous. Reply Reply 0 Justin Kilzer Whoever thinks this is disrespectful to our navy seals clearly is looking for a story where this none to be found... get a life, and of course this is brought up by a ignorant Wisconsin fan. Reply Reply 0 Claude Michel If anything it is honoring the Navy Seals and the message in the video is powerful and I just spoke with my boys about the message. GBR Reply Reply 0 Dan Wiseman Simmer down now Bucky badger! If anything this video makes me even more inspired for what the Seals do. GBR Reply Reply 0 jerry williams Some folks just look for something to *itch about. Reply Reply 0 husker fan You can't do anything without offending some snowflake out there. Sick of it. Reply Reply 0 Jonathan Barton As a combat vet I am proud to see this type of passion passed on to the young men of husker football. How can a flake who has never served even know what disrespects or offends those who have Reply Reply 0 Shane Scranton I’m a Force Recon Marine from Grand Island and this video is not an insult to us, but a salute to the warrior spirit that bonds men together whether on the battlefield or on the playing field. Reply Reply 0 Jim Gilcrist Screw Wisconsin Reply Reply 0 Scott Ferguson This stuff has gone one for years. Reply Reply 0 Douglas Herbst It was no way improper! Reply Reply 0 Paul F Edwards I thought it was awesome and even if these were not athletes, it would still be a great thing for a lot of guys and gals to be going through. Reply Reply 0 Jay White What is wrong with people the video was great. Why do people read things in to some thing that isn`t there. Frost is bring back the culture that we lost. GBR Reply Reply 0 Robert Lloyd Just absolutely remarkable, respectful, and heartwarming to see this video. It makes me so proud of our team to work and associate their goals to be in alignment with the Navy Seals. God bless. Reply Reply 0 LARRY Bostwick Just a Wisconsin shmuck...trying to put our team down. Go Navy and Go Huskers Reply Reply 0 Roy Bishop No it's not--but if the Huskers go 4-8 again?! lol Reply Reply 0 Robert Bigley It's a leadership training course, nothing more, team building. Never once did they imply anything different. Reply Reply 0 Allen H. Browning I thought it honored the SEALs. Reply Reply 0 Dalynn Parks The Wisconsin blogger's account is totally homer (and he admits it!) but for Squareoffs to do this article is legitimizing a person who is not a legitimate "blogger". He is a tool and admits as much. Reply Reply 0 Kristy-Hansen Jochum I have seen the hype video on many sites. And many comments from those that have served. Or currently serving and they think it's awesome! And so do I Go Big Red Reply Reply 0 David Turner I observed no disrespect from anyone in the video. Special Operations units do not have patents on specific training. "Winey Wisky" fans are mad their team doesn't look as good as out land lock boys Reply Reply 0 Randy Petersen Where is this Wisc fan coming from? If anything, it is a great compliment to our Navy SEALS. Reply Reply 0 Mike McCann Rabid: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rabid 1a : extremely violent : furious. I could give a rabid rat's ass what someone thinks from Wisconsin... or from any other school for that matter Reply Reply 0 Rob Abel Stupid. If anything it shows MORE respect to the SEALS. Nebraska respects them so much it wants to pattern aspects of culture-building in its' program after them. Somebody needs to get a life. Reply Reply 0 Brian Baker Ask Damian Jackson!!! He is a SEAL Reply Reply 0 CCN Why are we even wasting time with this showflake? Reply Reply 0 Ruthie Patterson Go Big Red That What I Say Reply Reply 0 Dr. J. J. Miles just because an opponent's fanatic says it is disrespectful does NOT make it so Reply Reply 0 Kelly Kraus Retired military here. A nice tribute to the hard work Seals put in preparing and training even in peacetime. Reply Reply 0 David Steffen Wisconsin has snowflakes this late in June? Reply Reply 0 Mitch Bronston just sour grapes by an opponent Reply Reply 0 BlakeyDaMAN Get out of here Reply Reply 0 Toby Schmidt This video was recommended and helped to design BY A SEAL! If nothing else, it's a compliment to our Navy warriors. Reply Reply 0 Tom Gilliand Ridiculous unfounded assertion by this Wisconsin “fan”. Reply Reply 4% It was improper Add Comment Comment Share with friends (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images) (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images) Show Less 1 Comment 0 firstname.lastname@example.org Wrapping the flag around sports is always disrespectful to the military. Trivializes their experiences and sacrifices. Reply Reply Tom Gilliand Ridiculous doesn’t apply. Got an agenda, bud?