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

Our Chapter will again donate to Rescue Mission in 2017

Our Chapter will again donate to Rescue Mission in 2017

As Husker fans, we know how important it is to give back to our community and show, as it says...
Husker Game Watch vs Arkansas State

Husker Game Watch vs Arkansas State

  Football season is about here and it’s time to cheer on the Huskers at our game watches. You might...
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Road to Nebraska Scholarship Campaign

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 20 students with more than $16,000 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. Last year, the Northeast Kansans for Nebraska established the Road...

NE KS 4 NE Picnic labeled a Great Success

Assistant Athletic Director, head of the University of Nebraska Strength and Conditioning Staff, the founder of Husker Power and the innovator of all college athletic weight training programs, Boyd Epley, gave a great presentation at this year’s picnic.  He updated the attendees on the Husker athletic program, its innovative strength and conditioning programs, plus the football team and his thoughts on the upcoming football season. We thank Fleming Place Wine & Spirits for providing adult beverages, the Martin family, owners of Banjo’s Restaurant in Pauline,...

Huskers In The CFL: Interview With Former Nebraska Kicker Brett Maher

The former Huskers kicker is now with the Ottawa Redblacks Strictly because of the origin of his birth certificate, a certain number of odds were already stacking up against Brett Maher when he arrived in Winnipeg in the summer of 2014. Maher, with his playing days at Nebraska done and a couple of NFL looks not panning out, came north of the border in search of starting a professional football career in the Canadian Football League. The CFL’s import ratio rules force teams to be...

The Annual “State of the CornNation Union” Address

This is the annual “state of the union” address. August is a special month at CornNation. This August our website turns 11 years old. I turn two. In the past 11 years, I can’t think of a season that will begin with more question marks than 2017. I do have the problem in that a lot of my memories have been shattered and my ability to look back 11 years and remember the anticipation that went into each season is a little foggy. Still, this...

Big Red Cobcast: Does Bookie Still Love Us?

How much longer does our love affair with a beloved Husker recruit last? I’ve been married for almost a decade. I love my wife, and she loves me. Yet, I know there will be moments when she chooses to watch the most boring British television imaginable. Not like the Ricky Gervais version of The Office. We’re talking old people talking to old people about old people things while wearing cardigans and drinking brandy and tea. And I’m pretty sure the brandy and tea are old,...

Nebraska Volleyball Season Preview

On Saturday night, August 19th at the Bob Devaney Sports Center in Lincoln, the #5 Nebraska Husker Women’s Volleyball team staged their annual Red-White Scrimmage as a preview for the upcoming season. For an in-depth recap, head over to the Huskers’ website. Stats are available here. One of the biggest stories out of Saturday night match was the absence of setter and three-year captain Kelly Hunter. Hunter has been battling an injury throughout fall practice. While Husker Coach John Cook didn’t disclose what the injury...

Minnesota Golden Gophers 2017 Football Preview

Minnesota marked their best season of football since 2003 (and just their second nine win season in 112 years) … by firing their football coach? Granted, Tracey Claeys might not have been the most inspired choice to replace Jerry Kill, though it’s tough to reconcile the results with the choice. And yes, Claeys was undone by off-the-field issues, not the results on the scoreboard. It’s also pretty likely that Minnesota decided to act once they felt they could land the hot, up-and-coming mid-major coach in...

Watch Nebraska Commit Brendan Radley-Hiles In Action For IMG Academy Live

Watch Bookie & other Husker targets as they start the season The Nebraska Cornhuskers stud Defensive Back, Brenden Radley-Hiles, starts his season along with a few other Husker targets as IMG Academy starts their season vs. Miami Carol City High School. Besides Bookie, there are a few other Nebraska targets playing in this game, including Running Back target & Oklahoma verbal TJ Pledger as well as Defensive Back target Houston Griffith, son of BTN’s Howard Griffith and Miami Verbal Brian Hightower at WR. As you...

Wide Receiver Manuel Allen Flips From Nebraska To Louisville

The Huskers lose a wideout commit to drop back to 11 commits. The Nebraska Cornhuskers dropped back down to 11 commits on the season when Manuel Allen pulled a surprise and decommitted from Nebraska and committed to Bobby Petrino’s Louisville Cardinals. Surprised? We are too! Three weeks ago: im 1000% #GBR on eerthang— MannyP Sucka (@mannyP____) July 25, 2017 Fast forward to today and…. Its be a long journey ! Respect my decision! No turning back! #Birdgang18 pic.twitter.com/agm396jCA1— MannyP Sucka (@mannyP____) August 17, 2017 Allen...

Corn Flakes: Get Your Tailgate Menus Planned

Now is the time to stock the pantry for football tailgates and cookouts. We also celebrate the return of Husker sports with the first soccer match this Friday. When it rains, it pours. Literally. The ranch was moving deeper into the levels on the Drought Monitor as we had very little rain in June or July. The past 48 hours have brought somewhere around 7-8”, flooded roads, and flood warnings. We went from trying to figure out how deep some of the cracks in the...

Nebraska Basketball: 2017-18 Big Ten Conference Schedule Released

The Big Ten announced this years conference schedule The Big Ten announced the basketball conference schedule today and here is a rundown of who and when the Nebraska Cornhuskers will be playing this season. @HuskerHoops 2017-18 conference schedule ⬇️. pic.twitter.com/JVcxDfLib4— Nebraska On BTN (@NebraskaOnBTN) August 16, 2017 The first thing that sticks out is that the Huskers will be getting two of their harder games to start the slate. They will travel to Michigan State, then host Minnesota in that week before the Creighton &...

Nebraska Football: Tuesday Practice Report With The Big Ten Network

The BTN’s buses rolled into town to check out things in North Stadium today. Tuesday brings along another Nebraska Cornhuskers Fall Camp report, as the 105 get back on it with practices yesterday and today. The BTN set inside Memorial Stadium. pic.twitter.com/AIxAyQIeo3— Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) August 15, 2017 Speaking of today, the crew from the Big Ten Network stopped into town for their annual dissertation of the team seen through practice. We’ve arrived at our Westernmost stop on the BTN Bus Tour! What’s up, @HuskerFBNation?...

Corn Flakes: We’re Getting Closer

Okay, emotional and exctng day, cleaned out the garage and @crouch_lexi is off to be a #Husker She will be great! #GBR pic.twitter.com/69KbyidErb— Eric Crouch (@croucheric) August 14, 2017 /sigh That time is coming closer… that football season is about to start and my son is about to move to the University of Minnesota and start his life as a student. Damn. Three kids. None at Nebraska Where did I go wrong? McKewon: With Adidas deal and coming Big Ten windfall, A.D. Shawn Eichorst has...

Big Red Cobcast: Where Have All the Husker WRs Gone

I thought we had a million of ‘em. I guess this means Danny Langsdorf and Nebraska will be running the daggum ball? College football is a zero sum game. You either win or you lose. You have it all or you have nothing. Who knew how aptly that would describe Nebraska’s wide receiver situation? We recruit somewhere in the vicinity of 749 wide receivers each year (all of them in the top 750 wide receiver recruits, obviously), and now we have, what, three? It’s enough...