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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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Husker Baseball at the K – April 27th

Join other Husker Fans at Kaufman Stadium to cheer on the Husker Baseball Team as they take on the Jayhawks on April 27th at 6:00 p.m.  

Nebraska Basketball: Huskers & Kansas Looking To Finalize Home & Home Series

Per a report, Nebrasketball will rekindle an old rivalry with the Jayhawks. It was pretty nice to see the Huskers scheduling the likes of Oklahoma and Colorado in football in the upcoming years. Old rivalries that have been pushed to the wayside to make way for financial security. While you may not like the opposing fans or consider them rivalries, it’s pretty cool to be able to play them again. Now it’s coming over to the hardwood as another former Big 12/8 foe will grace...

Nebrasketball Preview: Wisconsin

Can the Huskers take down a rolling Badger team? Wisconsin Location of School: Madison, WI Coach: Greg Gard (Interim) Mascot: Badgers 2015-16 Record: 14-9 (6-4 conference) 2014-15 Season So Far You guys remember last year for Wisconsin, right? You know the year they went 36-4 and made it to the National Championship game of the NCAA Tournament. They then ended up beat by Duke 68-63. This was their first championship game in school history and the end to a stellar season. After they came down...

Twitter Recap: Snow Day!

Best way to enhance the flavor. I hate when people tell me I put too much salt on my food.You know what has too much salt????? Your attitude. — Brooks Brennan (@Bruxy_B) February 2, 2016 Another snowstorm happened. First ever snow day! — Jack McVeigh (@JackMcVeigh1) February 2, 2016 Phil could you come shovel my sidewalk so my shoes don’t get too wet https://t.co/iJIOEX1Y9o — Tim Miles (@CoachMiles) February 2, 2016 Snow is soooo fun until you get pelted in the face with a snowball...

Previewing the Big Ten Baseball Season

With the 2016 NCAA baseball season less than two weeks away, we look at the Big Ten to see what to expect from around the league. It is less than two weeks until the start of college baseball. Looking back at the 2015 baseball season, the Big Ten had a record setting year, sending five teams to the NCAA Tournament. This year the Big Ten is considered to be wide open, and has the potential to be one of the most exciting conferences. While no...

Nebraska Football: Defensive Line Coach Hank Hughes Will Not Return

One year and done for the former Cincinnati coach. Well…I don’t think anyone saw this coming. Not at all. Hank Hughes is out at Nebraska. That’s an interesting development. — Mike Schaefer (@mikejschaefer) February 5, 2016 Here is the statement by head coach Mike Riley: “I want to thank Hank for his hard work and contributions to our football program over the past year,” Riley said. “We continue to build our program with the pursuit of championships always at the forefront of everything we do,...

TWIWBB: Huskers Lose to Rutgers and Dominate Penn State

This week in Husker women’s basketball: The Husker women went 1-1 as they lost to Rutgers on the road after the east coast blizzard and dominated Penn State at home after a midwest blizzard. Oh, and the women’s basketball world has a new national leader in in three-point shots made. It was a split this week as the Husker women went 1-1, dropping a road game to Rutgers and dominating Penn State in Lincoln. Despite the loss, the Huskers maintained their 4th place spot in...

Mike Riley’s Post Signing Day Press Conference

Read Coach Riley’s thoughts on the 2016 Recruiting Class here. Personally, I thought this was one of the better press conferences for Mike Riley. I felt he was very direct and took time to answer specific questions about recruiting and recruits, especially POB, Farniok, and Jackson. Like him, I also chuckled at the question about the dreaded “silent commit.” He spent a good amount of time addressing the 500 mile radius and continued to lay out his vision for that area. All in all, I...

Carriker Chronicles: Signing Day Edition!!!!

The National Signing Day edition of the Carriker Chronicles! 1- I’d like to welcome all the new Huskers to the greatest football program in America! It’s just a fact. 2- Patrick O’Brien has gotten most of the attention from this recruiting class. He’s a highly rated quarterback who has enrolled in school early and is going to challenge Tommy Armstrong for the starting quarterback job. But don’t overlook Tulane transfer Tanner Lee down the road. He started 19 games in his two seasons at Tulane....

Husker Women’s Basketball vs Penn State: Open Thread

Nebraska takes on Penn State in a blizzard special! The Nebraska women’s basketball team hopes to return to its winning ways while shooting for a sweep of the season series with Penn State. Tip-off between the Big Red (15-6, 6-4 Big Ten) and the Lady Lions (8-13, 3-7) is set for 7 p.m. (central). The live Husker Sports Network radio call of Matt Coatney and Jeff Griesch can be heard on B107.3 FM (Lincoln), ESPN 590 AM (Omaha) and for free on Huskers.com. The game...

Nebraska Football: National Signing Day 2016 Central

It’s time for the 2016 class to become Nebraska Cornhuskers. Here is your hub to follow all our updates. Tomorrow is the big day, as the Nebraska Cornhuskers get ready to sign their 2016 recruiting class. Head Coach Mike Riley expects at least 21 scholarship recruits to fax their letters into North Stadium, and we haven’t even gotten into the walk-on’s who will be coming to Lincoln as well. Now, since today was a snow day, some may not get that luxury tomorrow and have...

Corn Flakes: National Signing Day Cometh

National Signing Day is Wednesday, February 3rd, but it sounds like Nebraska may find out about some key recruits ahead of time. I’m not going to pretend I know what’s going on, but stay tuned here at CN, and Brian will let you know what’s happening. I’m not sure it matters all that much where Nebraska’s recruiting class ends up; there will be plenty of emotions all around. Some will lament that it’s not high enough to win any championships, and others will be upset...