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How do you grade the Big 10 handling of the impact of COVID-19?

How do you grade the Big 10 handling of the impact of COVID-19?

B or better

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C or worse

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B or better

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Stephen Andersson
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Stephen Andersson

The Big 10 deserves credit for making the right decision - A+. Football is not worth the risk of serious damage to the health of a single football player. Players can now focus on their studies.

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Tristan Swanson
Tristan Swanson

They literally said that it wasn't related to health concerns so not sure what you're going on about

The Troof Hurts
The Troof Hurts

How many incredibly fit 20 year olds have been laid low by Covid? ZERO.

C or worse

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Terry Darnall
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Terry Darnall

I believe this is all political to keep the economy down. Big 10 is about starting the season on November 4th!

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Jeanne Cosentino
Jeanne Cosentino

It is political....now he wants all B10 athletes to be social justice warriors. How can he even bring this up as an athletic discussion? Talk about political. He needs to go NOW!

Roger Parmeter
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Roger Parmeter

I don't think the BIG had all the information to make that decision alone. The country doesn't. The hospitals are not over run by covid patients and the death toll is better than the flue!

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Scott Ferguson
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Scott Ferguson

You are very forgiving by offering C or worse. I am not even sure an F would do justice. This is a one man hit show. It seems to me the commissioner is out to prove he is the boss and no one else.

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Tom Cullinan
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Tom Cullinan

F: Responsible leaders making a decision with so much social and economic impact have a duty to give the people they serve the reasons for that decision. The conference isn't a democracy, but ...

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Dan Cubrich
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Dan Cubrich

Atrocious handling of this situation.

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ToddandWendi Kroll
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ToddandWendi Kroll

This fits into the politics of the day. No explanation just accept it and get in line. Stinks of politics.

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Jeanne Cosentino
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Jeanne Cosentino

This seems to be a "fly by the seat of your pants" decision made by an incompetent B10 commissioner. The worst part is that his son plays football in the SEC and is going to play. Hypocrite!

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The Troof Hurts
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The Troof Hurts

Could not have possibly botched it more. Zero communication or explanation? Seriously? F-

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Brian Beck
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Brian Beck

There was no transparency. Other conferences get to play which is an unfair advantage in recruiting. Covid survivor success rate is about 99.9% so quit living in fear. This is ruining peoples lives an

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Jesse Alber
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Jesse Alber

There is always risk. The risk of a football related injury, the same risks we mitigate every year, are far greater than the risks for which they claim to have postponed the season. COWARDS!!

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Roger Nicolaus
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Roger Nicolaus

Right or wrong decision not the problem. The way it as handled big problem/ no transparency, explanation or attempt to rectify the handling.

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Scott Dreas
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Scott Dreas

Just deplorable, living outside Nebraska I get the opportunity to listen to other sports talk radio shows blast the B1G and their decision making process.

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Robert Lloyd
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Robert Lloyd

Sounds like the commissioner is a big time Democrat and listens to CNN. Replace him now!

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Ron Joseph
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Ron Joseph

A 10 game schedule one week, cancellation the next. No presentation of factual information to support their vote and no presentation of the actual vote. Poorly executed by a "prestigious" conference

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Thomas Whistler
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Thomas Whistler

Probably a D+. The plus is for allowing Frost to speak his mind.

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Doug Shonka
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Doug Shonka

Poor leadership, poor communication and lack of transparency

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Dan Gochenour
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Dan Gochenour

No transparency, no details, the Presidents of the Universities are not coming together on an actual vote. I would say if you can't get 75% of the schools to agree, there is a problem.

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How many regular-season games will Scott Frost's Huskers win in 2022?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
2 months left

How many regular-season games will Scott Frost's Huskers win in 2022?

Seven or more

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Six or fewer

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Seven or more

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Al Wenburg
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Al Wenburg

I think our offense will score a lot more points than last year and the defense will shut more teams down on 3rd downs.

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Six or fewer

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Rolland Holliday
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Rolland Holliday

Tough teams on the schedule, and Scott has not proven his coaching abilities as of yet.

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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

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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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