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Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
6/3/2014

Should a full scholarship include funds to cover "the gap"?

68%
Yes WINNER

4

32%
No

1

68%
Yes

3 Comments
Stephen Johnson
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Stephen Johnson

Fair is fair. It is a practice that was in place and eliminated due to the Greed of the NCAA.

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Bruce Black
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Bruce Black

Its ridiculous that anyone could argue not to, in some way, increase the compensations they receive. They drive hotel, restaurant, airline, tv, newspaper, and ad revenue, which feeds many a family!

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Mike Newman
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Mike Newman

Because the NCAA restrictions hold back players ability to earn money... so let them enjoy some benefits.

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32%
No

1 Comment
Michael Mahoney
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Michael Mahoney

If they truly are from a poor family, they can get pell grants to cover all other costs of education. Where do they get the money for all the tattoos?

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Bruce Black
Bruce Black

so you vote yes for players w/o tatoos???

Are you excited about the potential commitment announcements over the weekend?

Are you excited about the potential commitment announcements over the weekend?

Yes

1

No

6

Yes

1 Comment
Tim Brunswick
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Tim Brunswick

The foundation is being set right now...Now we need to get to the next level and that starts with recruiting...

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No

5 Comments
Richard Johnson
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Richard Johnson

First we were missing out on 4**** guys, now we're missing on 3*** guys.

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Thomas Wright
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Thomas Wright

I would be if they were ALL 5 star recruits…C’mon now

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Nick Hornig
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Nick Hornig

I don't get excited about recruiting anymore. Too many commits flip and it's rare for a recruit to play his whole career at one school.

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Suicide Slush Puppie
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Suicide Slush Puppie

We only have legit shot at one of them. This class is underwhelming so far.

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Matt Seiler
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Matt Seiler

I’m an offensive guy. Gimme David Sanders and a speedy receiver and I’ll be happy.

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Suicide Slush Puppie
Suicide Slush Puppie

LOL Sanders isn't coming to Nebraska

Do you think Nebraska has one of the easier conference football schedules in the Big Ten in 2024?

Do you think Nebraska has one of the easier conference football schedules in the Big Ten in 2024?

Yes

0

No

1

Yes

0 Comment
No one has commented yet

No

1 Comment
Larry Smith
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Larry Smith

Starting with Ohio State, Oct 26, the balance of the season is against very formidable teams. Big Red needs to do well in the first seven games to be bowl eligible.

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