@jw: No appointments with Lue have been scheduled that I know of. I do need to reach out to him again. I had been trying to get hold of him during playoffs. This obviously might be a better time. As for the Nebraska men's basketball coaching position ... I really try to refrain from speculating on Miles' successor since there are no clear signs that Miles' job is in jeopardy.
@Braden: I'm not ready to make that leap. I do think he will play immediately -- perhaps in sub-packages.
@Fli7: Good afternoon! Based on comments I've read from both, I'm not sure the arrest will have a dramatic impact -- unless folks close to those players try to influence their thinking, which is obviously possible.
@Braden: Very, very possible.
@FLhusker: Nebraska ranked 64th in total defense last year. I think a top-50 defense is a reasonable goal. I wouldn't go much further than that, though.
@jw: I thought Lee looked excellent Saturday. O'Brien also had his moments. If I were O'Brien, I would try to make my size (6-4, 230) and overall athleticism into an edge -- because O'Brien is a bigger and better overall athlete than Lee (6-4, 205). That said, Lee is very polished. Lee is very decisive and gets rid of the ball quickly. Both have good arm strength. What I really liked about Lee was, even though he's sitting out this season per NCAA transfer rules, he operated with the urgency and focus of someone who is competing for a starting job right now. Very impressive indeed.
@Braden: No captains named as of yet.