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Yoshi Football Show: 2020 Year End Review, Bo Pelini And “The Process”, “Culture And The Transfer Portal”

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Yoshi had some things going on. I had some things going on (and needed a break), but we finally got back together for another episode of the Yoshi Football Show.

This episode, Yoshi and I talk about:

  • His reaction to Ndamukong Suh, Lavonte David, and Khalil Davis winning super bowl rings (along with Tom Brady)
  • What he didn’t like about Nebraska football in 2020
  • What he liked about Nebraska football in 2020
  • The transfer portal, which lead to a conversation about Culture which lead to a conversation about Bo Pelini and “The Process”
  • Why older players matter a lot
  • Does “culture” affect the entire team even if one side (offense or defense) is struggling and the other is fine?
  • What he does daily to stay ready or prepare for football season

It was a fun conversation. I missed talking with Yoshi. We hope to keep doing these. If you have an idea for an episode topic, please let us know in the comments section.

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