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Is Coach Frost right to call out Husker attitude and toughness?

Is Coach Frost right to call out Husker attitude and toughness?

That's his job

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Not productive

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That's his job

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Jack Long
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Jack Long

the Huskers are still soft from themik eReilly years and we need to cleanse the team of that garbage.

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Donald Gruenemeyer
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Donald Gruenemeyer

Scott is stating the facts............the question was asked and answered. Were names mentioned? No. He said he told the team the same things.......the problems are obvious when you watch them play

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Larry Johnson
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Larry Johnson

Frost/staff have their work cut out with a team essentially inherited from the Mike Riley debacle. Until their own recruits are the majority, the whip is going to need to be cracked, repeatedly!

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Bill Galvin
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Bill Galvin

assess chewed is winning food

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Paul Wheeler
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Paul Wheeler

he is doing a good job with what he has to work with if all the arm chair quarterback &news media would keep there noises out of it &let him do his job things would be better

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Michael Johnson
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Michael Johnson

You would not see Alabama players doing that

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Joan Nelson
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Joan Nelson

It’s a tough conference.

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David Weaver
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David Weaver

Back in the day, this wouldn't even be a topic if players were called out for toughness. But in today's world everyone is overly sensitive - drives me nuts. Football isn't for softies - toughen up

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Michael Moore
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Michael Moore

The players need a team meeting without the coaches. They (players) need to start calling out their teamates as a whole and decide to step up or keep losing. Basically a gut check and heart!

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David West
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David West

That is exactly who he is, like it or not he is the coach and sometimes you have to say the hard thing . That's life, so good for him to teach these young men that

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Scott Eppenbach
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Scott Eppenbach

Some of the fan base wants to blame the coaching staff and already wants Frosts head, He did the right thing making it public to give a taste of what he is saying to the players. It is on players now

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Arlie Rauch
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Arlie Rauch

Maybe he has been doing it in private, and it has been like talking to a fence post. Maybe this is his only option. We don't have enough information here to know for sure..

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Tony Cameron
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Tony Cameron

They have been playing like a bunch of California fruitcakes for the past 15 years+ yes they need to toughen up and play with some heart, guts, and desire. Nebraska hasnt played with any of that!!!!

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Rich Leffler
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Rich Leffler

I think that they definitely need to toughen up and i believe that's part of it. These players are used to losing and seemed more interested in getting out of the cold more than winning the game.

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Ruthie Patterson
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Ruthie Patterson

That Might Be The Reason They Are Not Playing Well But They Should Take It Like A Man And Play Better

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Tom Eggerling
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Tom Eggerling

Clearly it didn't resonate with the team, on the field at least. No doubt about it, the statement did not change behaviors in a good way. I would have done the same, but it was a miss....

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Robert Enyeart
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Robert Enyeart

Not Sure. Has "No fear of failure" morphed into "I don't care?"

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Christopher Running
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Christopher Running

Leadership 101 - Praise in public, Punish in private.

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Tom Eggerling
Tom Eggerling

Exactly. Spot on.

Doug Miller
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Doug Miller

Look in the mirror Frost, and then forget about the loyalty factor and get tough with assistants. That last touchdown Purdue scored was ridiculous. DC can't seem to make adjustments. Call them out.

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Bob Berg
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Bob Berg

There could be other ways to go about it. Kids are different today. Not softer or bad attitudes, just different. Frost played with some really tough hombres, the likes of which we may never see again.

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michael daly
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michael daly

its something you maybe do in front of the team but not in public. better to be putting in 2nd and 3rd stringers who display the heart, if not the technique, to Win

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Which is a more likely win for the Huskers in 2023?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
8 months left

Which is a more likely win for the Huskers in 2023?

Minnesota on the road

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Purdue at home

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Minnesota on the road

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jerry reinhardt
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jerry reinhardt

The way I see it, the little weasel will be running scared, not knowing what him!

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Purdue at home

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Mark Brigham
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Mark Brigham

It's at home and I think we will be understanding our new system and coaches by then.

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Walt Hansmann (CPTD, DTM)
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Walt Hansmann (CPTD, DTM)

Purdue is deeper into the first season of a new staff. And it is at home where the crowd is more of a factor.

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Ron Joseph
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Ron Joseph

Later in the season. The mini game is #1 and we'll have some kinks to work out. BUT I think we win both. With good coaching we'll finally put Mini in our rear view mirror.

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Kevin Bolin
Kevin Bolin

not likely

Yes

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Ken E
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Ken E

speed speed speed

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Bruce Neel
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Bruce Neel

Good job. A lot of good players and a lot from Nebraska

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Dick Plock
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Dick Plock

We are moving the roster and trying to get better! Thanks for hiring Coach Rhule, Trev!!!

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Chuck Bolder
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Chuck Bolder

Think they did very well considering the time they had to get er done!

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Kevin Hilyard
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Kevin Hilyard

I thought we did really well with the defensive and offensive line, plus the most in-state recruits since 98!

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Scott Thomsen
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Scott Thomsen

In short order, Coach Rhule and staff put together a top 30 class. That's a great result for the short time they had to work with. My only pain point was losing Earnest Hausman to Michigan through the transfer portal.

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Thomas Wright
Thomas Wright

Ernnie's lose ! Besides, Rhule is replacing him with some 4 & even 5 star recruits out of Florida. Ernest WHO ? GBR !!!

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