This club is a place for Northeast Kansas Husker fans to get together to support the University of Nebraska and Husker teams.

NE KS 4 NE picnic on Saturday, Aug. 3rd

NE KS 4 NE picnic on Saturday, Aug. 3rd

Join us for our 2019 Northeast Kansans for Nebraska Picnic Reynolds Lodge at Lake Shawnee on Tin Man Circle Topeka, Kansas Saturday,...
2019 Football Game Watch - South Alabama

2019 Football Game Watch – South Alabama

  The excitement is building for Coach Frost’s second year to begin.  Join us on Saturday, August 31st at Hooters...
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2019 Road to Nebraska Scholarship Campaign

The Northeast Kansans for Nebraska isn’t just a fun place to socialize with other Husker fans and watch football games.  We are proud of the support our members have provided to students pursuing a college education at the University of Nebraska.  Since 2001, we have been able to provide 24 students with more than $20,000 in scholarships from money that our members have contributed.  Currently, our goal is to provide $1,000 each year to two students from northeast Kansas. Three years ago, the Northeast Kansans...

NE KS 4 NE picnic on Saturday, Aug. 3rd

Join us for our 2019 Northeast Kansans for Nebraska Picnic Reynolds Lodge at Lake Shawnee on Tin Man Circle Topeka, Kansas Saturday, August 3, 2019 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. We are very pleased that the Voice of the Huskers, Greg Sharpe, will join us for an update us on the 2019 football team.  He will provide insight on Scott Frost, his coaching staff, players and the upcoming season.  Greg also answers our questions on the entire Husker athletic program including updates on our new men’s basketball...

Big Ten Media Days: Question We’d Ask If We Were There Part 1

Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images It is probably a good thing we won’t be there Big Ten football media days, #B1GMediaDay for you Twitternati, will be held July 18 and 19 in Chicago. The first coach up on Thursday will be Scott Frost (at noon). We won’t be there (Cobby got a hold of the bank account number for the travel funds) but if we were, here’s the questions we’d ask. Thursday Schedule 11:15 am Jim Delany, Big Ten Commissioner Now that...

Watch List Watch: Stille, Barry and Martinez

Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports Huskers are on the Lot IMPACT Trophy and Davey O’Brien watch lists and another has been nominated for the Good Works Team MOAR watch lists! This time sophomore quarterback Adrian Martinez has some company among Huskers named to these all-inclusive award watch lists. Stille Nominated for Good Works Team Defensive linemen and Nebraska native Ben Stille was announced Tuesday as one of the candidates for the 2019 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team®, an annual award given to college football players for...

Report: Marquel Dismuke, Jeramiah Stovall Ticketed By Lincoln police

More offseason silliness…. Per the Omaha World Herald and Lincoln Journal Star, Marquel Dismuke was cited last Friday evening at 8 pm for driving on a suspended license. Dismuke is a junior defensive back expected to vy for a starting position at safety. This is his second offense for driving on a suspended license as he has already been convicted of the same offense on a previous occasion. You can reset the counter on the number of days a Nebraska player has been cited for...

Jon Johnston Show: Why Your Dying Brain Is Like A Warehouse on Fire

Possibly the dumbest name ever for a podcast. I’m looking for feedback. Summary: I’ve decided to launch my own podcast. Right now, it has the dumbest name conceivable, “The Jon Johnston Show”. I’d like your feedback on what to name it. Right now, there are really two options: “The Jon Johnston Show” “Jon’s Post-Life Crisis” At the end of this article is a poll. Vote on it. I know we don’t get a lot of comments on podcast articles, but I expect comments as well....

Volleyball 102: The Back Row Attack Rule Explained

Finer details, strategy and tactics of volleyball. Positions on the court, front row and the often misunderstood backrow attack rule There were questions after the volleyball 101 article. I’ll try to answer some of those here and in a couple follow on posts. We get a bit technical here so stick with me, and be sure to ask questions in the comments. The backrow attack rule needs a graphic to better understand it. Look at the court from the sky view. You see the net...

Five Heart Podcast: Crazy Pre-Season Rankings and South Alabama

This week on the show, ridiculous pre-season polls from Twitter, a look at the Jaguars, and refreshing summer desserts. In this week’e episode, our intrepid trio discusses a few pre-season polls that Nebraska (and its fans) popped up on this past week. We also look at a more established pre-season ranking as done by Phil Steele. After the break, the guys discuss the season-opening match-up with the University of South Alabama and decide to try to get their Head Coach Steve Campbell on the show...

Friday Flakes: Is Investing in Food the New Advantage for Division One Athletics? Also the Corn Nation Book Club

The book club is back Derek Saul, writing for Forbes.com compiled a list of the the Universities which spent the most money feeding their respective student-athletes. As Nebraska fans we have long heard about the Nebraska Training Table which sounds like it would have been a dream for most college students. It had the best food. Saul said, “schools are required to report how much they spend on feeding their student-athletes, excluding what was spent during travel, under the “Student-Athlete Meal Expense.” category.” He said...

Frosted Flakes: Three Teenagers In the House

A Husker is turning heads in the NBA summer league, a lava lake in Antarctica, T-rex races, and what you don’t know makes you think you’re smarter. It’s science. It’s official. I’m old. All three ranchhands are now teenagers. Feeding three teenage boys involves as much food as you think it does. Fortunately, we have three freezers full of meat and a 5,000 square foot garden (actually gardens). We also finished up a whirlwind family vacation last week. We scored some last minute tickets near...

Illinois Fighting Illini 2019 Football Preview

With 16 returning starters and four transfers from programs like Alabama, Southern Cal and Washington, Illinois could very well escape the Big Ten West’s cellar in 2019. When discussing the Big Ten’s West division, there’s one team that stands out from the others. Wisconsin and Iowa have been consistent leaders in the division in recent years, while Nebraska and Purdue have two of the most intriguing young head coaches in the nation. Northwestern consistently competes while Minnesota seems to be on an upswing. And then...

Reports: Softball Coach Rhonda Revelle Under Review

Local reports indicate the veteran coach is on administrative leave pending an internal review. Overnight, reports out of Lincoln emerged that long-time softball coach Rhonda Revelle is currently on administrative leave as UNL Athletics conducts a program review. Longtime #Huskers softball coach Rhonda Revelle has been placed on administrative leave, pending the completion of an undisclosed review. https://t.co/DO3hxUCqmH pic.twitter.com/7eQUT3qBKa— Husker Extra (@huskerextra) July 10, 2019 While it is currently unclear what occured, a department spokesperson told both the LJS and OWH that they take student-athlete...

Interrupting All Programs: Thoughts On The 2019 Football Season

We have a new columnist. He starts with predictions about 2019! Allow me to (re) introduce myself, this is Jimmy Sheil wondering if Big Ten fans REALLY think Nebraska wouldn’t have been just as dominant if NU had joined the Big Ten in the 1960s? I REALLY hate to clown them (and some carpet-bagging local media), but ever wonder what Nebraska’s record versus the Big Ten was as a Big 8/Big 12 member from the start of Bob Devaney in 1962 with a game at...

Of Bangarangs & Daggers Episode 9: Let’s Get Presidential

It’s the middle of the summer so come join us for some podcast fun In this week episode Patrick and Nate discuss the first NBA outings of James Palmer Jr. and Isaiah Roby. They also go into the fun they had during Independence Day. To end the show they went through their top 5 favorite presidents. No, they kept away from anything too serious. We would love to hear your top 5 presidents. Also, what top 5 things should we go over in future episodes?...