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Our Chapter will again donate to Rescue Mission in 2017

Our Chapter will again donate to Rescue Mission in 2017

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Husker Game Watch vs Rutgers

Husker Game Watch vs Rutgers

  Okay, that was a stunner against NIU.  Next game; versus Rutgers.  With the game at home for the B1G...
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NE KS 4 NE Picnic labeled a Great Success

Assistant Athletic Director, head of the University of Nebraska Strength and Conditioning Staff, the founder of Husker Power and the innovator of all college athletic weight training programs, Boyd Epley, gave a great presentation at this year’s picnic.  He updated the attendees on the Husker athletic program, its innovative strength and conditioning programs, plus the football team and his thoughts on the upcoming football season. We thank Fleming Place Wine & Spirits for providing adult beverages, the Martin family, owners of Banjo’s Restaurant in Pauline,...

Nebraska Beats Rutgers 27-17 – Post Game Thread

It’s a Win!!!!! It wasn’t pretty, and it wasn’t stylish, but it was a win. That’s all that counts this season. Nebraska’s offense once again sputtered, but the Scarlet Knights sputtered more as Rutgers could manage only xxx total yards, and 10 points. The Husker defense held quarterback Kyle Bolin to 15-for-29 passing for 126 yards, two interceptions and a touchdown. Rutgers’ leading rusher was Gus Edwards, who managed 58 yards on 15 carries for a 3.9 yard per carry average. Edwards scored Rutgers only...

Nebraska vs. Rutgers Game Recap: Three Things From The Huskers 27-17 Victory

The offense was self-harming to the Huskers. But a good second half propelled Nebraska to 2-2 & first in the B1G West In the third quarter, they were ready to fire the HC and tell the Captain at Quarterback to sit a spell. In the end, it’s a win after a tumultuous week in North Stadium for the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Behind a stellar defensive performance, an 100 yard result from Devine Ozigbo and a massive ownage of Time of Possession in the second half, the...

Nebraska vs. Rutgers: CornNation Predictions

Hell of a week to have a Homecoming game, huh? Mike: After last week, how many of us REALLY want to predict this week’s game against Rutgers. Joe: Not me. For the record this is my last year doing the “Five reasons we lose” articles. Nate M: Sigh…….. Jill: I’ll predict it, but do I have to watch it? Brian: Week of suck galore. Patrick G: 46 days until Nebrasketball is back. Then we can start the Tim Miles countdown, if need be…. Andy: It’s...

Fun Friday Games Thread!

Join us for rampant unfounded speculation!!! Let’s see. It’s Friday… so there’s rampant speculation… and games… and Nebraska Volleyball at Penn State at 7:00 pm on BTN!!!!! Then there’s this: And then, there’s this Jason Peter rant that’s better “old man yells at cloud” that’s better than anything I’ve ever done. Sad day Tom!Never thought u’d b swayed by this “i-everything” generation who have made it a bad thing 2 say “’90′s”!Its not about th 90′s— Jason Peter (@jasonpeter) September 22, 2017 It’s about the...

Mike Riley Practice Report: Stanley Morgan Questionable For Nebraska vs. Rutgers

HCMR was asked a lot of things today. Some of them about football too! In a ground-shaking afternoon for Nebraska Athletics, Football HC Mike Riley addressed reporters after practice on Thursday. The Huskers are trying to get to 2-2 on the season, with a game vs. Rutgers at 2:30 on Saturday afternoon coming up. And, by gosh, if you were thinking the Huskers would be getting healthier, welp. OUT: Bryant, Kalu, Ferguson, NewbyDecker working at center, Conrad questionable.Jaimes starts RTMorgan questionable#Huskers— John Bishop (@JohnBishop71) September...

Reviewing the 2017 Rutgers Scarlet Knights

Rutgers is better in 2017…but this week, it’s less about the opponent and more about Nebraska not beating themselves. Folks, Rutgers is much improved this season. Of course, that probably isn’t much of an achievement because Rutgers was so painfully awful last season. But they ARE better. The Scarlet Knights began the season with a 30-14 loss to Washington; a game that Rutgers led for most of the first half until UW’s Dante Parris returned a punt 61 yards for a touchdown. In week two,...

Charting The Nebraska Run Game vs. Northern Illinois

There is serviceable, then there is what the Huskers OL did last Saturday. Playing and coaching offensive line is relatively simple in theory, as most descriptions of the oft thankless position begin and end with “moving a defender from point A to point B against his will.” Clear and concise, although barely scratching the surface, this encapsulation underscores the complicated nature of offensive line play. Offensive line play is by far the most unnatural phase of football; it requires patience and repetition in the development...

Huskers In The CFL: Mohammed Seisay Joins The Fray

The former Nebraska DB, who played for two teams in the NFL, finds a new home There is a new Husker in town. Already with six former Nebraska Cornhuskers currently on CFL rosters, the Saskatchewan Roughriders decided to make it seven this week, announcing the signing of former Husker defensive back Mohammed Seisay to their practice roster Sept. 11 Seisay, who tweeted on Aug. 31 “Just because it’s not happening right now doesn’t mean it never will #waitingbythephone” announced – somewhat – his signing on...

Nebraska Football is Special, But Why?

There’s reasons that folks get emotional when things go bad. Nebraska football is special. Do not forget that fact. Even with the changes throughout college football, I can still think of several reasons Nebraska is special. But first I’d like to start off with three reasons Nebraska still stands out from the crowd. First, Nebraska fans have continue to sell out football games. This has been going on since 1962. That stat continues to blow my mind every time I hear it. Second, the Huskers...

Mike Riley Press Conference: Injuries on the Offensive Line

The Nebraska HC faced the music today in his press conference Nebraska head coach Mike Riley held his weekly press conference today. Nobody’s been fired that we know of. The bad news is that there are more injuries. They seem to be piling up. If you think, “Why are there so many injuries? Our strength and conditioning must suck!”, I’d suggest you look around the nation at other teams and you will discover that guys get injured when 300 pound grow men mash into each...

Volleyball: Omaha Challenge Recap

The Husker Volleyball team traveled to Omaha to play in the Omaha Challenge over the weekend at Baxter Arena. The Huskers finished the weekend 2-1, defeating Kansas State Friday and Nebraska-Omaha Saturday evening, but falling to the University of Northern Iowa earlier Saturday. The team started the weekend early on Friday, sweeping the Kansas State Wildcats 25-22, 25-11, 25-16. The Huskers were led by ten kills from each of the middles, Lauren Stivrins and Briana Holman. Both hitters hit .500 for the match. Jazz Sweet...

Nebraska vs. Northern Illinois: Most Valuable Players

Even in yesterday’s debacle, some players stood out for their play. In the mired shitstorm of the Nebraska loss to Northern Illinois yesterday, there were a few individuals that stood out and performed well. We’re going to celebrate those folks here. Offense: De’Mornay Pierson-El Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports In a game that Tanner Lee had a brutal time getting the ball out and the OL not helping his cause, Pierson-El was the bright spot in that WR crew, amassing the most catches with eight, and...