Right here’s the present state of Nebraska soccer: Head coach Scott Frost, who was sanctioned and suspended for holding unlawful practices stemming from the COVID season, not too long ago bragged about training his gamers to the purpose of vomiting on some type of macho “We’re the best-conditioned soccer workforce” shit proper earlier than succumbing late to Northwestern, and getting out-coached by Pat Fitzgerald — AGAIN.
Frost was inducted into the September Fool of the Month slideshow earlier than going over to Eire and getting bullied off the sphere for his second consecutive season opener, however he bought fortunate he wasn’t THE Fool of the Month as a result of the embattled (embarrassing?) coach invented one other method to lose a recreation.
Up 28-17 within the third quarter after enjoying alright soccer for many of the recreation, Frost tried his finest Sean Payton impression, went for a shock onside kick, and Charlie Browned his pants. The Wildcats recovered, instantly minimize the deficit to 28-24 with a fast rating, after which took the lead 31-28 whereas Texas switch Casey Thompson fired off a few late interceptions to stamp out any hopes of a comeback Huskers followers had whereas consuming bloody Marys earlier than a marriage with a bunch of school soccer followers keen for his or her workforce to begin the season.
Earlier than the 12 months, Frost stated his offensive linemen have been puking 15 to twenty per apply underneath new O-line coach Dominic Raiola “not as a result of they’re not in form — he’s simply working them laborious.”
“I feel they adore it,” the Large Pink buffoon stated. “He’s sort of freed them as much as go be aggressive, and I like the best way they’re coming off the ball.”
But it was Northwestern who was the extra bodily workforce, with working backs Evan Hull and Cam Porter dashing for a mixed 223 yards and two scores to Nebraska’s 128 yards (110 in case you consider Thompson’s -18) on the bottom.
After the sport, Northwestern offensive line coach Kurt Anderson hopped on Twitter, and fired off a stray he had been saving for such an event.
The idiom is “Work smarter, not tougher,” however for the Fool, it’s simply “Work tougher.”