Nebraska RB in trouble

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  1. intrepid27

    intrepid27 Well-Known Member

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    No worries, this is just another day in the Big 10.
     
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  3. Lineup

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    Is Tommy O. back?
     
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  4. BoxsterCy

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    Thread has great hypocrisy potential all things considered. :oops:

    I'll leave the glass house rock tossing to others but I'll bet he's gone daddy gone.
     
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  5. Tre4ISU

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    Until Baylor is removed from the conference, B12 fans have zero moral authority.
     
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  6. jcyclonee

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    Nope. He would have had this thing covered up. Frost has some on-the-job learning to do.
     
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  7. jsb

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    Really dumb. Last I knew, I, as a fan, couldn't remove Baylor from the conference. So I sure as hell can express an opinion.
     
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  8. Tre4ISU

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    Sure you can. Throwing stones at another conference due to athlete behavior would be a stupid thing to do when your conference allows Baylor, who covered up dozens of rapes, who covered up an actual ******* murder. You would be an idiot to not understand that.
     
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  9. Turn2

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    A little perspective here. Nebby INVENTED criminals on the football field. The thread shall be allowed.
     
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  10. BryceC

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    How about this, we get three Baylors then we'll stop throwing stones.
     
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    I think it has been more than three. Big 10 has had a few issues with schools these last few years. Penn State, Michigan State, Ohio State, Maryland are the ones that come to mind instantly.
     
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    Nebraska used to be option B when option A was "time off for good behavior"
     
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    Don't forget Minnesota.
     
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    You committed armed robbery, Johnny? Go run a few stairs before we go to Miami.
     
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    And Rutgers.
     
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    I don’t ******* control what the big 12 does.
     
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  18. Tre4ISU

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    Alumni and fans control who is held accountable. That doesn't matter anyway. The point is, the B12 would act exactly the same if those events happened in the Big 12. College athletics are worth way to much money to hold them accountable. The NCAA tried once and people rebelled against it. PSU set the precedent. Now it's just status quo.
     
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    I definitely thought there was something with Minnesota, but what did Rutgers do?
     
  20. RoseClone

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    They won last years Fulmer Cup....oh wait....crap

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