So glad to be a part of the B1G. I can't even begin to tell you. Why? Cause it seems everyone is miserable. Take us Husker fans for example. Picture us a very successful stock broker. We are limousine riding, jet flying, kiss stealing, wheeling-dealing, best sons of bitches you could meet. Yeah, life was very good, then we started drinking, a lot. We made some horrible investment, and to dig ourselves out, we made more horrible investment. We went belly up, got divorce, kids don't even talk to us. We crash our Ferrari into a mail box. But we got sober for a minute, started a small firm. We still drink here and there, we have a girlfriend that was once a 10, now she is a hard 6. We are surviving. Then we get together with our family for Christmas and everyone is miserable. And you know what, that makes us feel better. Well everyone is miserable, except for Michigan St. Who would be the guy that thinks being middle management at FedEx is the highest achievement you can get in life, everyone else is fucked up.
So, in the last 24 hours Nebraska lost a recruit and gain another. The kid that decommitted is rumor to be going to Baylor. The guy that committed was a Badger (suck it). So, how do you feel about that? Me? I think it sucks. I get it that you can change your mind. I get that is you life and you want to get it right, and is a huge decision. But to me is simple. Take your time, and don't rush it. There was a CB that committed early in the year to Nebraska. Great, then Texas gave him a second look and he bailed on Nebraska. Common practice. I wish the kid never ever makes it as a player. I do, seems harsh, but I am honest. If a school gives you a scholarship opportunity, you don't have to take it. You can tell them thank you and you will play out your year to see what happens. But using one school as leverage and then dropping them. Screw that, best of luck to the guy that committed to Nebraska, but in all honesty I think he should had kept his word and stayed with Wisconsin.