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NE KS 4 NE Picnic labeled a Great Success

All who attended had a great time at our chapters annual picnic.  The Voice of the Huskers, Greg Sharpe, gave his insight on Scott Frost and his coaching staff and the upcoming 2018 Football season. We thank Fleming Place Wine & Spirits for providing adult beverages, the Martin family, owners of Banjo’s Restaurant in Pauline, who provided homemade potato salad, baked beans and coleslaw, Hooters who provided great chicken wings and The Runza Hut in Lawrence who donated regular mini Runzas.  Other sponsors recognized were Eagle...

2018 Road to Nebraska Program Results

As you know one of the reasons we have our local chapter of the University of Nebraska Alumni Association is to support the University of Nebraska Lincoln (UNL) and to provide general scholarships to local students who attend UNL. Since 2001, Northeast Kansans for Nebraska has been able to provide 22 students with more than $18,000 in scholarships from money that our members have contributed through donations to the Road to Nebraska Scholarship Campaign as well as bidding on and purchasing auction items at our...

Nebraska vs Minnesota: Game Time, TV, Streaming, Odds, and More

Everything you need to know to watch, listen, or stream the Huskers vs the Gophers in the battle for the broken chair!! Find out more about events around the broken chair trophy (including tonight’s rally at Blue Blood Brewery) and how to donate to the charitable causes, including the Team Jack Foundation, at the broken chair website. Nebraska begins a stretch of four home games in five weeks on Saturday afternoon when the Huskers play host to Minnesota at Memorial Stadium. Nebraska heads into the...

Nebraska vs Minnesota: The $5 Bits Of Broken Chair Trophy And How YOU Can Help Make It Legitimate

Money talks. Bullshit walks. That’s the way it is. Last night I went to a bar called “Stub and Herbs.” Stub and Herbs is a legacy that exists near the University of Minnesota – think Barry’s or PO Pears before Pears went away – where fans gather before sporting events. It’s been around forever, possibly since 1638. It might’ve been here before the French showed up – just found it there sitting amongst the untouched wilderness as a place waiting for its time – waiting...

2018 Nebraska Basketball Player Profiles: Isaiah “Zay” Roby

Seems as if everyone is saying Isaiah Roby has the most potential in the Big Ten, will he live up to those expectations? Isaiah “Zay” Roby, the junior from Illinois with amazing hair, looks to reach his full potential and claim his spot as one of the best players in not only the Big Ten, but possibly one of the best forwards in the country. Constantly throughout games last season, whether on Big Ten Network or Fox Sports, broadcasters would comment on Roby’s potential and...

Pro Big Red: Huskers in the NFL Weeks 5 & 6

It’s been slow for former Huskers in the NFL Even though it’s been incredibly slow for former Huskers in the NFL the reason I didn’t get an article out last week was because of midterms. I didn’t have enough time to get one out, and nobody else could get the article done. So we’re going to combine the last two weeks in this article going into week 7 of the NFL season. Offense Quincy Enunwa WR – New York Jets: Enunwa was quiet two weeks...

Holding Calls In The Big Ten? Nearly Non-Existent

Are Officials Biased Against Your Favorite Team? Maybe, but not when it comes to holding Nebraska has racked up plenty of penalties this season as we’ve all heard since the season began. Our beloved Huskers rank 130th – last – in penalty yardage per game, currently giving up 96 yards per game because of yellow flags. There were many complaints about the way penalties were called in this past week’s Nebraska – Northwestern game. Husker fans felt our beloved team was getting the shaft from...

Crootin’ Kernels: A General Update and some #Speed Visiting This Weekend

Highly Touted Skill Players Making their Way to Lincoln Good morning Husker faithful! It’s been a little while since we’ve talked about recruiting, so let’s get right to it! Where are the Commits? Well, they’re hiding. Several prospects who are badly needed have visited Nebraska. They have reportedly enjoyed their visits. Back channel conversations make recruiting pundits confident in several of them becoming “N”. While every player claims the current record doesn’t matter, my read is they are still waiting to see if the Scott...

Numbers, Statistics & Lies: Northwestern and Devine Ozigbo Edition

We take a closer look at the defense, a senior running back, and check in on progress toward 1000 yards. So close and yet so far. The Huskers looked good, until they didn’t, last Saturday. Penalties, defensive breakdowns, and bad execution at critical times doomed Nebraska. Last week, I threw a few graphs about the offense in here. This week is the defense’s turn. And Devine Ozigbo’s. Most Husker fans have noticed and appreciated the work Devine Ozigbo is doing but still shuffle him to...

Frosted Flakes: A Happy Life

Some advice from an entrepreneur, a Viking burial, and Husker news You may have heard that Microsoft co-founder and owner of multiple professional sports teams Paul Allen died at age 65. In the article below, he talks about the time when he left his day-to-day job at Microsoft. He was recovering from his first bout with cancer and caught coworkers discussing ways to push him out. After a confrontation, he was asked to stay, but his decision came down to one thing… I now understood...

Yes, Virginia, There Are Alternate Nebraska Football Uniforms For the Illinois Game

It’s okay. It’s only for one game. And they’re not bad. Earlier today the Nebraska athletic department tweeted out Traditions never die.Celebrating the pillars that started it all.@adidasFBallUS #GBR #teamadidas pic.twitter.com/lpcA62ayB5— ❄️ Nebraska Football ❄️ (@HuskerFBNation) October 15, 2018 These are ‘Memorial Tribute’ uniforms. From the athletic department press release: The University of Nebraska Huskers and adidas Football today unveiled the new adidas Primeknit A1 ‘Memorial Tribute’ alternate uniforms, which will make their on-field debut for the Cornhuskers’ game against Illinois on Saturday, November 10....

Husker Football: Scott Frost Monday Press Conference

Your Monday news dump includes the best practice (again), defensive technique, and an injury update We have a lot in your Monday news dump from One Memorial. As always, the quotes are typed out in real time. I don’t go back and re-listen to be sure I got them exact. Bethune Cookman kickoff and TV information was announced. On October 27, kickoff between the Huskers and BCU will be at 11:00 am and televised on BTN. Scott Frost Monday Press Conference I was so impressed...

Volleyball: #5 Huskers go 1-1 on the week.

The #5 Nebraska Volleyball Team handled Indiana with relative ease at home on Wednesday, but dropped a marathon at Penn State on Saturday night. This week was a mixed bag for the #5 Nebraska Huskers Women’s Volleyball team both in terms of opponents and outcomes. Wednesday night, the Huskers hosted the Indiana Hoosiers at the Bob Devaney Sports Center in Lincoln, sweeping the visitors. Saturday night was a trip to University Park, Pennsylvania to take on the #9 Penn State Nittany Lions. The Huskers dropped...

Report Card: Northwestern Wildcats 34, Huskers 31

Ten is a nasty number for the Huskers, in more than one way. Ten. Six times on Saturday, Northwestern faced a third and ten situation. Four times, the chains moved, with two fourth down conversions. A ten yard touchdown return of an Adrian Martinez fumble after being sacked. And ten straight losses for Nebraska, a streak that began last November against these same Wildcats. Yes, the rest of the college football world is laughing at Nebraska’s situation. And rightfully so. If it were Alabama, Ohio...