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NE KS 4 NE picnic on Saturday, Aug. 4th

NE KS 4 NE picnic on Saturday, Aug. 4th

Join us for our 2018 Northeast Kansans for Nebraska Picnic Reynolds Lodge at Lake Shawnee on Tin Man Circle Topeka, Kansas Saturday,...
Husker Fans donate to Rescue Mission

Husker Fans donate to Rescue Mission

Yes, it’s cold outside, but because of you, local Husker fan’s generosity, it will be a little warmer for some...
2018 Spring Football Game Watch

2018 Spring Football Game Watch

  Join us on Saturday, April 21st for a special spring game version of our game watches at Hooters in...
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Scholarship Program Donations & Recipients

“Road to Nebraska” Scholarship Program Donations As you know one of the reasons we have our local chapter of the University of Nebraska Alumni Association is to support UNL and to provide scholarships to local students who attend UNL. This year our Road to Nebraska fundraising campaign raised $1,805. Our $250 All-American donors: Michael & Carol Cast Mike & Dori Murphy in honor of Casey Murphy, 2016 UNL College of Engineering Graduate Our $100 All-Conference Donors: Bill Eliason Thomas & Cynthia Enstrom Ron & Sandi...

NE KS 4 NE picnic on Saturday, Aug. 4th

Join us for our 2018 Northeast Kansans for Nebraska Picnic Reynolds Lodge at Lake Shawnee on Tin Man Circle Topeka, Kansas Saturday, August 4, 2018 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. We’ll have a speaker lined up to preview the 2018 Football season. We will provide hot dogs, hamburgers and adult and non-adult drinks (Courtesy of Fleming Place Wine & Spirits).  The Martin family, owners of Banjo’s in Pauline, will be providing homemade potato salad, and coleslaw, plus the Runza Hut in Lawrence, runzas.  With all these items provided,...

Nebraska Wins Season Finale 11-8, Fails To Qualify For Big Ten Tournament

Champaign, Il- The 2018 Nebraska Baseball (24-28, 8-14 Big Ten) team finished their season Saturday with a 11-8 win over the Illinois Fighting Illini. Nebraska for the first time, fails to qualify for the Big Ten Tournament, and ends the season four games under .500. With Seniors Brison Cronenbold, Scott Schreiber, Zac Repinski, Matt Warren, and Jake Hohensee, the Huskers sent them away as winners. Warren, started the game and got through five innings while allowing three runs. He was effective, and efficient and provided...

Nebraska Football: ILB Andrew Ward Leaves the Program

Redshirt Freshman looks for Playing Time Elsewhere. Another Husker football player has announced he is leaving the program. Thanks so much Nebraska! pic.twitter.com/NAT9Yr0Rte— Drew Ward (@Drew__Ward9) May 19, 2018 Andrew Ward, promising young linebacker prospect, has asked for and received his release from the University of Nebraska. Ward, a three star recruit from Michigan, committed to the Huskers on Christmas Day 2016. He redshirted last season and was mentioned as a standout on the scout team. Presumably, Ward saw his chances of future playing time...

Nebraska vs Oklahoma Every Year? Just Say NO

Perhaps we might just move on…? Berry Tramel of the The Oklahoman did an article a few days ago about the fact that Oklahoma Sooners fans miss the Nebraska rivalry. These are the slowest college football news days of the year, so of course, it sparked, caught somewhat aflame and has become a topic of discussion. It’s not a bad topic… (yes, it is, I’m lying and I’ll tell you why below.) John Bishop of 1620 The Zone did a twitter poll about the subject…...

Big Ten Baseball Weekend Preview – Who’s Making The Tournament?

Does Nebraska have a chance? What Big Ten teams have a shot at the NCAA tourney? Five teams have clinched a spot in the Big Ten Baseball tournament – Minnesota, Michigan, Purdue, Ohio State and Illinois. Six teams are currently at the magic RPI spot of 50, although it’s very unlikely six teams from the Big Ten aren’t going to make the NCAA tournament. The biggest series this weekend (other than Nebraska) is between Purdue and Michigan as the two are fighting for RPI position...

Volleyball Nations League: International Volleyball Returns to Lincoln

Team USA Took on Poland, Turkey, and Italy at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The team featured three former Huskers. For three nights in mid-May, the Bob Devaney Sports Center in Lincoln played host to high-level international volleyball. From the 15th – 17th of May the United States, Poland, Turkey, and Italy played round-robin in the Volleyball Nations League. The Volleyball Nations League is a new idea from FIVB, the international sanctioning body, with the intent to raise the level of competition that fans get...

Nebraska Running Back Recruit Maurice Washington Academic Status In Doubt

The Huskers will lose the services of one of their best recruits for 2018 Huskeronline has reported that one of Nebraska’s star 2018 recruits will not be eligible to play this fall. Four-star running back recruit Maurice Washington does not have enough core coursework to qualify academically: “He is back in school, in California,” a Nebraska football spokesperson said. “We have him working on a plan that gets him to graduation. Even if he graduates this summer, he is not going to graduate with enough...

Frosted Flakes: Yanny or Laurel?

We bring you news about broken arms, a Husker gymnast, former volleyball players and robo-flies. Also, what would you pay to break up with someone? I survived graduation weekend. I started to tear up at one point during the ceremony, but managed to hold back the deluge. Of course, the youngest ranchhand had to get in on the excitement and broke his arm the night before his brother’s graduation. Ranchdude and I were at the emergency room with him until 2 am. Fortunately, no cast...

Frosted Flakes: It’s Ag Bill Time

It’s Monday so here are some links to start your week with Believe it or not, agriculture is a big deal around here. Without it the state of Nebraska’s economy would most likely look quite different, I may not be writing for this blog, and NU’s nickname might very well not be the Cornhuskers. Maybe the Man Killing Mastodons would have stuck? We can only dream. If you pay attention to the news at home you might have noticed that it’s time for the US...

Wide Receiver Keyan Williams to Transfer from Nebraska

Who is next? The receiver room is a little small today after Keyan Williams, son of former wide receiver coach Keith Williams, has asked for and has been granted a scholarship release from the University of Nebraska. #GBRAlways pic.twitter.com/zntt75HZrV— Keyan Williams (@Primetime_IX) May 14, 2018 As he said, it is 100% about football and likely will try and find a school where the chance to see the field is greater than it currently is with Nebraska. The wide receiver group is probably the deepest and...

Indiana 8, Nebraska 6: Huskers Drop Vital Senior Day Contest

Nebraska loses another big series. After falling behind 8-0, one swing of the bat decided the game, with Nebraska coming out on the wrong end of a 8-6 Indiana victory. Nebraska (23-26) remains a game and a half out of the Big Ten Tournament, after they had a chance to close the gap. Indiana jumped on the Huskers and starter Matt Warren. After he got out of the first inning, Warren was chased after he gave up four runs . Andrew Abrahamowicz and Nate Fisher...

Friday Frosted Flakes: Booing College Football Players and a Mini-Movie Review

Can we stop at least booing our own players? ON BOOING Tanner Lee’s mom on Nebraska fans, the NFL, and the best Mother’s Day gift of all is an article written by Sean Keeler of Land of 10 which I thought was one of the best reads in recent memory regarding Nebraska Football. I suggest reading it. I am against booing athletes as a general matter and I am particularly against booing athletes that play for the team I’m actually rooting for. And I get...

Big Ten Baseball Tournament Scenarios: Assessing Nebraska’s Chances

Huskers looking to make late season run The Nebraska Baseball team (22-24, 6-10 Big Ten) currently sits in a tie for ninth place in the Big Ten Baseball Standings. Nebraska is trying to climb the standings and secure a top eight finish in the league to assure themselves of not missing the Big Ten Conference Tournament. We take a look at how the Huskers are sitting in the standings, and how they can make it back to Omaha. With two league weekends remaining, the current...