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NE KS 4 NE Picnic labeled a Great Success

All who attended had a great time at our chapters annual picnic.  The Voice of the Huskers, Greg Sharpe, gave his insight on Scott Frost and his coaching staff and the upcoming 2018 Football season. We thank Fleming Place Wine & Spirits for providing adult beverages, the Martin family, owners of Banjo’s Restaurant in Pauline, who provided homemade potato salad, baked beans and coleslaw, Hooters who provided great chicken wings and The Runza Hut in Lawrence who donated regular mini Runzas.  Other sponsors recognized were Eagle...

2018 Road to Nebraska Program Results

As you know one of the reasons we have our local chapter of the University of Nebraska Alumni Association is to support the University of Nebraska Lincoln (UNL) and to provide general scholarships to local students who attend UNL. Since 2001, Northeast Kansans for Nebraska has been able to provide 22 students with more than $18,000 in scholarships from money that our members have contributed through donations to the Road to Nebraska Scholarship Campaign as well as bidding on and purchasing auction items at our...

Nebrasketball: Huskers Pick Up Two Commits in Two Days

They’re both guards but should be major pieces to Nebrasketball’s future While the football teams withered away in Ann Arbor this weekend the men’s basketball squad picked up two recruits in under two days. On Saturday Mika Adams-Woods pledged his commitment to the 2019 class and on Sunday Jervay Green did the same. Mika Adams-Woods is a 6’2” combo guard from Syracuse, NY. He is a three star recruit with offers from the likes of George Mason, George Washington, and Georgia Tech. Mika averaged 9.2...

Five Heart Podcast Episode 90: WOOF! The Michigan Review

It wasn’t pretty. It was pretty damn ugly. But in all kinds of weather, we’ll all stick together… Expectations have not met reality. That’s the harsh truth and the pill all Husker fans have had to swallow. So when the chips are down, we can either bury our head in the sand or we can face our problems head on. I was trying to see how many cliches I could fit into those two lines. I feel like I could have done better. WATCH –...

Michigan 56 Nebraska 10: Game Recap and Reaction Thread

Is this rock bottom? I hope it’s rock bottom. Here is your recap. Spoiler alert, the second half is almost entirely in gifs. Prologue September 1, 2018. It was a dark and stormy night. The rest of the season went downhill from there. Pregame – September 22 Both Andrew Bunch and Adrian Martinez went through pre-game warmups with Martinez taking snaps from the starting center, Cole Conrad. And indeed, Martinez gets the nod when the Husker offense trots out for their first series. First Quarter...

Late Saturday Night Thread of Fake Happiness But Why Should This Be Any Different Than The Rest of Your Miserable Lives

I hate everything. Yes, this is it. Nobody in my family reads this. You don’t either. You don’t care. We used to do this thing in college: DRINK MOTHER FUCKER DRINK MOTHER FUCKER DRINK MOTHER FUCKER DRINK MOTHER FUCKER DRINK and we would yell that at people. They were possibly vulnerable. We didn’t care. We were all in it together then. Ah, those were the days. /80s reference We’ve always been tortured. Source: Corn Nation

CN Staff Loses Your Money: Weasel Week Edition

Are we all just fatalistic, or just a jinx on the teams we think will win? Mike: Based on my record so far this season, I’d better pick Michigan this week… Greg: I have a very love/hate relationship with football right now. I love it but it clearly does not love me back. Uglydog56: Prediction threads are the best! Is this what it’s like to be a meteorologist? You can say whatever you want and no one ever calls you out on it! Nate M:...

Volleyball: #3 Nebraska Starts B1G Play Hosting #18 Michigan

The conference season started for the Huskers with a tough test as the #18 Michigan Wolverines traveled to Lincoln to take on the Huskers. B1G play started for the #3 University of Nebraska Cornhuskers Women’s Volleyball Team on Friday night at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The night featured sisters competing against one another as Nebraska’s back-up setter Brooke Smith’s sister, Natalie, plays DS for Michigan. Brooke left with bragging rights as the Huskers beat the Wolverines 3-1 (25-19, 25-27, 25-17, 25-12). Nebraska came out...

Nebraska Football Adds October 27 Game vs Bethune-Cookman

The Wildcats of BCU will travel to Lincoln and replace Akron as the Huskers’ twelfth opponent in 2018. The Huskers gave up their bye week in order to ensure they get to play at least 12 games in 2018. Nebraska has finalized an agreement to play Bethune-Cookman University on Oct. 27 at Memorial Stadium to fill an opening on the 2018 football schedule. The contest will replace the Huskers’ Sept. 1 game against Akron which was cancelled due to severe storms in Lincoln. Based on...

Frost Focus: Greek Tragedy

I think I’ll skip the preamble this week and get down to the brass tacks of Nebraska’s 24-19 loss to the Troy Trojans, where we learned just how much a dual-threat quarterback mitigates the weaknesses of an offensive line and counteracts aggressive defenses. A big part of the offensive line’s performance against Colorado was due to the run threat of Martinez, forcing the Buffs to play with a bit of apprehension. Without this run threat, the Husker offense was essentially plunged backward into the Mike...

Week 3 Cobs – KU Ne C’est Pas Le Pire

It’s hard to wrap my head around how ugly things were for the Big Ten this week. In fact, I could probably do an all-B1G cobs. Rutgers (or as Deb Fischer calls them, East Nebraska): It takes a special kind of special to not only lose to Kansas but get blown out by Kansas. The Jayhawks are 2-1, which for those of you playing along at home, is 2 games more than Nebraska has won this year. I have to hand it to KU…there’s something...

Frosted Flakes: Husker Soccer Is Ranked in RPI

The Nebraska-Purdue football game television broadcast was announced and prehistoric people liked beer too. I am a little slow in posting this, but the Nebraska-Purdue game on September 29 is going to be televised on the Big Ten Network. Kickoff is at 2:30 and the game is on Nebraska’s homecoming weekend. Purdue was one of the most improved teams in the Big Ten under new head coach Jeff Brohm in 2017. They have had a rough start to the 2018 season, like Nebraska. Both teams...

Frosted Flakes: Grab a Cup of Coffee Folks, It’s Michigan Week

It wasn’t a fun weekend for Nebraska but other games across the football universe made it interesting It’s Michigan week. Yes, our 0-2-1 Nebraska Cornhuskers will head even farther north to Ann Arbor to take on the Mighty Wolverines this Saturday. Are the Wolverines world beaters? No, I would say they are not. But, I do believe they are better than the past two teams the Huskers have faced in Colorado and Troy. That’s not saying that either one of those teams stink but Michigan...

Report Card: Troy Trojans 24, Huskers 19

Nebraska still keeps finding ways to steer into the ditch. This wasn’t how things were supposed to go. Sure, we expected some bumps in the road, but we expected Scott Frost was at least going to be able to keep the Huskers out of the ditch. Turns out that was wishful thinking on our parts. This week, on what we thought was going to be a fairly safe test drive, the transmission blew. And instead of heading to the Big House at 3-0 with dreams...