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NCAA bans satellite camps - Can you see any good reason for this?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
7/9/2016

NCAA bans satellite camps - Can you see any good reason for this?

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donniemahoney
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donniemahoney

It only hurts the student athlete. But that is what the NCAA always tries to do.

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Lou Cabello
Lou Cabello

all i think this is is the ncaa being afraid to govern the scc conference because they dont want an compatition

Rory Cook
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Rory Cook

It only hurts the kids whose parents can afford to haul them around the country for camps. Stupid ruling by the NCAA and those six conferences. 2 that wanted to stop it and 4 who can't afford to do

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Andrew Shields
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Andrew Shields

Paid off by the ACC and SEC

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Daniel Revas
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Daniel Revas

This is proof that the SEC and ESPN are ruling College Football, and not in a good way. There are a lot of kids in the South that live in real poverty. They can't afford to go anywhere to Camp more than a short drive from home. Which is how the SEC and ACC like it.

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Brian
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Brian

Mike Leach said it best. The only reason anyone would want them banned is either they're lazy or they're selfishly guarding their recruiting area.

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Kevin Hamilton
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Kevin Hamilton

Just another way to keep the SEC on top.

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Scott Ferguson
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Scott Ferguson

Seems they want the SEC ACC to have every advantage available?

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Matt Honke
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Matt Honke

Anything that limits the opportunities for student athletes is a move in the wrong direction by the NCAA, and this limits opportunities. In addition, with official paid JR year visits not available yet, it is difficult for NU to get players onto campus until their SR year, which can be too late.

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Visitor
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Visitor

What's wrong with giving young men exposure to opportunities?

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Jerry Williams
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Jerry Williams

it does not help potential student athletes, especially those without the money to travel. Another door slams in the face of the lower income. A compromise between no camps and going wild with camps should have been reached.

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Brenden Stai
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Brenden Stai

Where is the democratic process. How about conducting a panel of all conferences to see if it is a viable option to create a bit more parody among them. Rather, let the powers that may be; ie SEC- inparticular Alabama Nick Saben...who, o BTW have 2 private jets to use to go after 4/5 star HS athlete

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Timothy Costello
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Timothy Costello

Whatever is best for the student/athlete.

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Mike Dwiggins
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Mike Dwiggins

Underprivileged high school kids' exposure will be diminished or limited to just those universities in their region, and will not see additional opportunities/offers from other outside universities.

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Jerry L. Hammon
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Jerry L. Hammon

The only reason this has happened is that the SEC is trying to protect its territory at the expense of the student-athlete. The SEC wants to cherry pick and leave the also rans scrambling for schools to attend,

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Christopher Richling
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Christopher Richling

This hurts athletes, but it hurts poor athletes more than anyone else.

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Rizeabuv Yorzelf
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Rizeabuv Yorzelf

Especially hurts Nebraska. Helps the schools with a Ton of talent in their backyard.

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Stephen Johnson
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Stephen Johnson

Just a ruling to protect home terf advantage in populus states. Hurts the opportunity of players.

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Lou Cabello
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Lou Cabello

southen teams must rof a little competition

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Arlie Rauch
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Arlie Rauch

It's difficult to grasp how a regulation or restriction imposed from the top down can improve competition and help the quality of play. But that's not what they had in mind, of course.

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Todd Brindley
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Todd Brindley

Did the NCAA indicate why this was in the best interest of the Student-Athlete? Satellite camps provided more opportunities for the Student Athlete to gain exposure to coaches and programs they otherwise wouldn't. This is the SEC tail wagging the NCAA dog, protecting its 'turf'.

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Visitor
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Visitor

For northern schools, it is a chance to have greater visibility in the warmer climates. The southern schools do not want to lose recruits to the northern schools running camps in their back yard!

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Ron Huffman
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Ron Huffman

College's should be able to go anywhere for more exposure. ..Ncaa is wrong and corrupt. ..siding with the sec . conference. .

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Valerie Gilmore
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Valerie Gilmore

the NCAA is put in place to further the student athlete not hinder them. and there won't be any push back on this either i'm guessing. what's SEC stand for?

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Dan Cubrich
Dan Cubrich

Valerie, does the SEC = Southern effing corruption?

Andrew LaFevre
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Andrew LaFevre

Everyone should know by now

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How many regular-season games will Scott Frost's Huskers win in 2022?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
14 days 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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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

I struggled with this decision. We have talent, but that hasn't been our problem recently. Execution, special teams and the O-line have been our Achille's heal (in that order). If we can improve in 2 of these areas, it should be enough to get us 7 wins.

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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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Mike Petersen
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Mike Petersen

I think we may have to win one of the last four tough games to be bowl eligible.

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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

0

Yes

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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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