Work hard, stay focused and surround yourself with good people.

— Tom Osborne

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My hardest job is to convince the people of Nebraska that 10-1 is not a losing season.


I celebrate a victory when I start walking off the field.

By the time I get to the locker room, I'm done.


Know how to win and how to lose and be able to handle adversity.


Have a spiritual basis which guides you in life. Have a philosophy of life to live by.


I still miss the players and I miss the game and the strategy.

The first couple years were really difficult. Now I realize I'll never coach again. It's still hard to go into the stadium on a game day, because it's hard to just be a fan. But it's easier now than it was the first two or three years.


It is important that voters be as informed as possible when they enter the polls May 9 to determine who has the experience, integrity and vision to lead Nebraska to excellence.


By the time I get to the locker room, I'm done.


Orlando... So many courses & great deals, especially in the summer!


I'll bring in outsiders to evaluate state agencies. They can sometimes see what we can't.


Everybody's got to do what they've got to do.


You can tell by looking at me that I've got more miles behind me than I've got in front of me. When you reach that point, if you've got some good years left, you want to make sure that you use them wisely.


I'm not really good at retiring. I tried that one time and Nancy ran me out of the house.


About Tom Osborne

Quotes 17 sayings
Nationality American
Profession Politician
Birthday October 16

We are probably hitting more this week than we ever have, just to see, .

.. We have 40 kids out there, and it is pretty competitive. So we have some kids we can put in, but they are going to have a lack of experience.


Our people were not happy. I knew at some point we were going to win. It's a little unfair, but that's the reality. To some degree, it became a one-game season for some folks.


As a college coach, I felt you could make a difference in a player's life.

There was an educational aspect I thought was important.


When you coach as long as I did, you can't help but miss those Saturdays - dealing with the players, the game preparation, the challenges, the excitement.