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2016 Husker Football Game Watches

2016 Husker Football Game Watches

  Join us  at Hooters in Topeka for our 2016 football games watches.  As usual we will have great prize...
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NE KS 4 NE Picnic – Saturday – August 6th

It’s time for our annual Northeast Kansas for Nebraska picnic.  Reynolds Lodge at Lake Shawnee on Tin Man Circle Topeka, Kansas Saturday, August 6, 2016 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Our speaker this year is the Voice of the Huskers, Greg Sharpe.  Greg will update us on the status of all Husker sports with a special focus on the upcoming football season. We will provide Husker stadium hot dogs, hamburgers and adult (Courtesy of Fleming Place Wine & Spirits) and non-adult drinks.  Plus the Martin family,...

Road to Nebraska Scholarship Program

The Northeast Kansans for Nebraska isn’t just a fun place to socialize with other Husker fans.  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 18 students with more than $14,000 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. In the past, our scholarship fund has been supported primarily...

Corn Flakes: Harvey Perlman’s Last Day, Nebraska Wins West, Ole Miss Cheating

It’s Harvey’s last day as Chancellor of Nebraska, will Nebraska win the Big Ten West and is Ole Miss cheating like a virus? Today is Harvey Perlman’s last day as Chancellor of the University of Nebraska. I’m sure the next guy, Ronnie Green, will do much better. The big question is – will we stick with the same conspiracy theory that Shawn Eichorst was sent to destroy the Nebraska athletic department, or will we come up with new ones? It would be much more fun...

2016 Oregon Ducks Football Preview

It’s been 30 years since Nebraska last played Oregon in football, and a lot has changed in those years. Back then, Oregon was one of those schools that would play in Lincoln to collect a fat paycheck; BIll Byrne, Oregon’s athletic director at that time, didn’t even require Nebraska to return the trip. In fact, Nebraska has never played football in Eugene; after playing in 1952 in Portland, the last six games have been played in Lincoln. The Ducks didn’t even go to a bowl...

Flakes: Summitt, Ryan, OMAHA!, Helium

The sports world lost two legends yesterday. Omaha is hosting major events. Former Huskers are doing great things, and we found more helium! Yesterday, the sports world lost two legends in Pat Summitt and Buddy Ryan. Summitt won more basketball games, men’s or women’s, than any D1 coach in history. She died at age 64 due to Alzheimer’s disease. Imagine if her health had allowed her to coach another 10 years? Would she have set an untouchable record? It is hard to know for sure...

Defensive End Robert Porcher IV Commits To Nebraska Football

The NFL pedigree pulls the trigger after a fantastic Friday Night Lights visit. Well, we talked about what Nebraska was going to do at Defensive End this cycle, and one of the pieces fell into place Wednesday afternoon. Committed to The University of Nebraska!!!#GBR #Blackshirts☠️☠️☠️ pic.twitter.com/BZWWrNp1Kd — Robert Porcher IV (@Rporcher4) June 29, 2016 Weak-Side Defensive End Robert Porcher IV has committed to Nebraska via twitter on Wednesday. Porcher, the son of former Detroit Lions Defensive End Robert Porcher III, is a lower end ranked...

Nebraska Football’s Fan Day Set For Two Hours On August 3rd

It’s time to plan out your way through the autograph lines. The Nebraska Cornhuskers have released information about their annual Fan Day. This is the day before Fall Camp starts that players & coaches are able for autographs, pictures and such on the field in Memorial Stadium. Per this release by the University, Fan Day will now be a full 2 hours instead of just 90 minutes as it has been before. Also, Fan Day will once again be on a weekday evening instead of...

Report: Nebraska Athletics Made Under $20 Million Dollars From The Big Ten In 2015

The number is the second smallest amount paid to a B1G member last year. In a report put out by Scott Dochterman of the Cedar Rapids Gazette, the Big Ten Conference paid out $19.44 million dollars to the Nebraska Athletic Department in the 2015 fiscal year. The Huskers, who are exactly two days and one year from being a fully vested member of the Conference and getting a fully vested share, had the second lowest payout of the entire conference, only beating Rutgers (LOL) in...

Andrew White’s Departure From Nebraska Basketball Just Stinks

After withdrawing from the NBA Draft and returning to Nebraska, Andrew White III changes course and will transfer. Something doesn’t smell right. Losing Andrew White, III stinks. There isn’t anyone, except perhaps White himself, or his father, that will tell you otherwise. To wrinkle your nose at the wafting odor is normal. The unpleasant stench is real. The knee-jerk reaction is to say there is something wrong with Tim Miles and his program, and perhaps there is, but it is also short-sighted to assume he...

SDR: Nebraska Makes The Cut For WR Jamire Calvin Monday Night

The Huskers are still the favorite for the Cali Wideout after his tweet. – The biggest news for the night, as you see in the headline, is Nebraska making the cut (and are still the favorite) for Cali Wide Receiver Jamire Calvin tonight. God will lead me from here. Top 8. to be continued.. pic.twitter.com/6NKn35IJhf — Jamire Calvin (@jcalv6) June 28, 2016 It will be interesting to see how Notre Dame plays in this chase. I still expect Calvin to be a Husker verbal soon...

Andrew White and Nebraska Basketball

We thought Andrew White’s decision ended when he decided to not pursue the NBA, we were wrong. College sports are hard to figure out. It’s all in the mixture. You take one middle aged coach, mix in some 20 something kids, and top it off with thousands upon thousands of screaming fans and you have what we refer to as entertainment. Sometimes that mixture leads to something great like at Villanova winning the National Championship. A great dynamic of coaches, players, and fans that lead...

SDR: Where Nebraska Football Stands After Friday Night Lights & The Offer The Huskers Shouldn’t Give

When should you NOT offer a kid inside the 500-mile range? Also, trying to sort out where Nebraska stands after Friday night. Time to sort out some things from the final Friday Night Lights that the Nebraska Cornhuskers had this season: - An interesting type of logjam here at Running Back has intrigued itself, with two completely good takes in Nathan Tilford and Jamari Peacock has set itself up for a good thing for Nebraska right now. Word on the street is that Mike Riley...

Andrew White Asks Release From Nebraska Basketball Program

White leaves Nebraska pulling out of the NBA Draft In a shocking turn of events, Andrew White III has requested his release from his scholarship, and plans to transfer. White will be a graduate transfer, meaning he will be eligible to play this season at any school of his choosing. BREAKING: Nebraska’s Andrew White has requested his release and intends to be a grad transfer, source told @CBSSports. Immediately eligible. — Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) June 25, 2016 White, an Honorable Mention All Big Ten guard,...

Nebraska Makes Delicious Beer: Brickway Brewery

Our beer series, Nebraska Makes Delicious Beer, moves east to cover some Omaha breweries we missed last summer. This week marks the beginning of a three-week swing through Omaha. As brewing has grown in Nebraska, Omaha has been home to a majority of the state’s new breweries. We start this series with Brickway Brewery in the Old Market. If you’ve missed any of the previous installments in this series, check here. That page includes updates to last summer’s profiles, including Blue Blood Brewing, where my...