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Our Chapter Donates to Rescue Mission

Our Chapter Donates to Rescue Mission

As Husker fans, we know how important it is to give back to our community and show, as it says...
2017 Husker Football Game Watches

2017 Husker Football Game Watches

  Join us next year at Hooters in Topeka for our football games watches.  As usual we will have great...
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NE KS 4 NE Fans Honor Sam Foltz at Game Watch

The Husker fans attending the 2016 Music City Bowl game watch at Hooters in Topeka honored Husker punter Sam Foltz at halftime.  Attendees went out doors to launch a Husker helmet balloon and 27 red balloons in honor of Sam. Go Big Red!

Road to Nebraska Scholarship Program Donations

“Road to Nebraska” Scholarship Program Donations The Northeast Kansans for Nebraska established a “Road to Nebraska” fund raising campaign this year.  We asked local Husker fans to donate to our scholarship program, so that as a group, we could continue to support students from the area who wish to study at the University of Nebraska. Thank you to those who worked on the program and the following who donated a total of $2,320 to the effort. Road to Nebraska Scholarship Donations  Hall of Fame Level: $500 or...

Wide Receiver Tyjon Lindsey Commits To Nebraska Football

The former Ohio State verbal flips to the Huskers. The Nebraska coaching staff never stopped working on WR Tyjon Lindsey out of Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas. They got the coffee today. “God will ensure my success in accordance with his plan not mine.” #402 Lincoln, Nebraska. #GBR #W4L #TMC #CBA pic.twitter.com/Dgr8Xr9Ssn— T-WAYNE… (@tyjonlindsey) January 14, 2017 A near five-star WR, who was at the top of the board for Ohio State, and he flips. Incredible work here by Keith Williams. There was talk that...

Nebraska Basketball: Huskers lose to Michigan 91-85

Huskers lose another close game and fall to 3-2 in B1G Conference play. Nebraska Basketball loses their second straight and their first road Big Ten game of the season. Michigan is Nebraska’s kryptonite since joining the Big Ten Conference. Nebraska is now 0-7 against Michigan, not good. Nebraska will however have another shot against them on March 5th in Lincoln. The Ed Morrow injury really hurt Nebraska in this game as Michigan dominated the boards in this game. And defending the three point shot continues...

Nebrasketball: Michigan Preview

The Wolverines are down this year. Can the Huskers take advantage? Michigan Wolverines Preview Date: Saturday, January 14th, 2017 – Crisler Arena – Ann Arbor, Michigan 2015-16 Record: 23-13 (10-8 Big Ten) 2016-17 Record: 11-6 (1-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: John Beilein (10th year) Michigan is having an interesting season so far. They started off with high expectations which lead them to an early 5-0 record and a #25 ranking. No wins were over anyone spectacular outside of a struggling Marquette team that has shown...

Report: Nebraska Hiring Bob Diaco For Open Defensive Coordinator Position

The architect of some good Notre Dame defenses will be coming to Lincoln It sounds like the I’s are dotted and the T’s are crossed, and Bob Diaco, formerly of Notre Dame and UConn, will be your new Nebraska defensive coordinator, per Brian Christopherson of the Lincoln Journal Star. Can confirm Bob Diaco expected to be named Husker DC, according to multiple sources. https://t.co/PRRuCVbe6x— Brian Christopherson (@HuskerExtraBC) January 13, 2017 Diaco will be coming from Storrs, Connecticut, where he had just lost his job as...

Report: Former UConn HC & Notre Dame DC Bob Diaco Interviewing For Nebraska DC Position

The guys over at HOL/Rivals say he is in Lincoln right now. Per Sean Callahan and the HuskersOnline gang, former Conneticut Head Coach & Notre Dame Defensive Coordinator Bob Diaco is in Lincoln right now. This man is in Lincoln to interview to be #Huskers DC. @Sean_Callahan NOW w details & thoughts on this & Banker firing. pic.twitter.com/5PjYv9EGAZ— John Gaskins (@johngaskins981) January 12, 2017 The report states that he is interviewing with Mike Riley & Nebraska Football staffers for the Defensive Coordinator job opened by...

Two Nebraska Soccer Players Selected in NWSL Draft

You will see two Huskers taking the field when the new NWSL season is underway. Forward Jaycie Johnson was the 27th pick selected by the North Carolina Courage, which is the newest franchise in the NWSL career. In her time as a Husker, the Lake Winnebago, Missouri native compiled 42 goals (including 17 game-winning goals!) and 8 assists in 67 games as a Husker. Johnson also led the team in goals during 2013, 2014 and 2016 seasons and played a big part in Nebraska’s 2013...

Nebraska Basketball: Forward Ed Morrow Sidelined Indefinitely With A Foot Injury

A big blow to Nebrasketball, can they keep the ship right? The Nebraska Basketball department announced that Forward Ed Morrow will be sidelined indefinitely with a right foot injury. Morrow, a sophomore Forward from Chicago, had been one of the team’s difference makers in the post, had started every game for the Huskers this season. He only had 17 minutes for the Huskers in their loss vs. Northwestern on Sunday afternoon, after putting in 34 & 37 minutes in the wins vs. Maryland and Iowa...

Nebraska Dismisses Defensive Coordinator Mark Banker, DB Coach Brian Stewart Leaving

A big time shakeup in Lincoln Nebraska has announced that three members of the football coaching staff will not be returning for the 2017 season. In a statement, NU Head Coach Mike Riley announced defensive coordinator Mark Banker will not have his contract renewed. Two other members of the football staff have taken positions at other schools. Defensive backs coach Brian Stewart is leaving to become a defensive coordinator, reportedly at Rice University. Director of Player Personnel Ryan Gunderson will not return either. Official statement...

Big Red Cobcast: The Eric Warfield Interview

What an appropriate last name for a football champion. This week on the Big Red Cobcast, we talk to 3 time National Champion and 8 year NFL vet, Eric Warfield! Eric played under some great coaches at Nebraska. Obviously Osborne (great name for a band) and Charlie Mcbride but being a D back he played under the late Coach Darlington as well. After being drafted he played under the snakebitten Marty Schottenheimer at Kansas City. WE TALK ABOUT ALL OF THIS IN THE PODCAST I...

College Football National Championship: Predictions & How To Watch

Here’s how to watch tonight’s National Championship game, as well as our picks Will Alabama claim the crown of best dynasty ever in college football, or will Clempson avoid Clemsoning and pull off the upset in the 2017 National Championship football game? Tonight’s game kicks off at 7:00 p.m. central time and will be “MegaCast” on all ESPN platforms….meaning that except for ABC, you’ll be seeing football in one form or another on every ESPN channel. What will you see on each channel? ESPN: The...

College Football Championship Open Thread: Alabama vs Clemson

Join us as we watch the final meaningful college football game until next fall. The Crimson Tide are trying to become a team worthy of being mentioned in the same breath as the ‘95 Huskers. Only Deshaun Watson and the Clemson Tigers stand in their way. Who you got? How to Watch Tonight’s game kicks off at 7:00 p.m. central time and will be “MegaCast” on all ESPN platforms….meaning that except for ABC, you’ll be seeing football in one form or another on every ESPN...

Nebraska Basketball: Huskers Lose To Northwestern 74-66

Nebraska can’t defend home court, lose to hot shooting Wildcats Nebrasketball is no longer undefeated in Big Ten play. Northwestern came into Pinnacle Bank Arena, shooting well from all over the court and Nebraska had no answer on defense. This loss does hurt, sure, but it shouldn’t hurt Nebraska’s RPI. Northwestern is a good basketball team and just might make their first NCAA Tournament in their program history this season. Nebraska does however need to defend home court going forward. Home losses will hurt Nebraska’s...