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2020 Husker Football Game Watches

2020 Husker Football Game Watches

  With Coach Frost starting to rebuild the program with his recruits and culture, this should be the year that...
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$1,074 donated to Topeka Rescue Mission

Your donations at the first three game watches totaled $537 so with CoreFirst Bank’s matching fund campaign the Topeka Rescue Mission received $1,074.  Thank you for your generosity showing, as Husker fans, we not only support our university, and its sports teams, but we support great causes.  With the challenges the mission is currently facing, we have decided to continue to collect donations for the mission throughout the season, so expect us to “pass the hat” asking for donations at the rest of our game...

2019 Road to Nebraska Fund Raising Program Results

“Road to Nebraska” Scholarship Program Donations 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 24 students with more than $20,000 in scholarships from money that our members have contributed through donations to the Road to Nebraska Scholarship Campaign as well as bidding on...

Nebraska Football Ultimate Wide Receiver Bracket

For a “Run the Dang Ball” school, there is a surprisingly impressive set of receivers to choose for the all-time best Shout out to BrewCityHSKR for setting this up! Background: He put this in a comment on Frosted Flakes earlier this week (Monday to be exact). I didn’t mess with his seedings or who was on this list. We loved the idea so much we went ahead and created the article so you can vote on each matchup. I left the polls open until Friday...

Nebrasketball: Coach Hoiberg Releases A Brief Statement

Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images Coach Hoiberg Issued a brief statement earlier today via Twitter. With the absence of March Madness, and the fact the Nebraska Cornhuskers long since lost any chance at a post-season opportunity before everything was cancelled, it has been all silent on the Nebrasketball front outside of transfer news. However, the silence was briefly broken today when the team’s twitter account released a statement from Head Coach Fred Hoiberg. #Redefine pic.twitter.com/oVkOmbUJIU— Nebraska Basketball (@HuskerHoops) April 1, 2020 It was a year...

Corn Nation Movie Night – Choose Now For Friday’s Viewing

Photo by AaronP/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images Vote or Die Welcome back to Corn Nation Movie Night: The Voting Article! This week we have five new movies to chose from. Ex Machina It’s about machines. I think… Hook This was good when I was a kid. I assume it still is. Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery I’m not even going to with this one. Spiderman: Into The Spiderverse Two words, Spider Ham. The Interview “They hate us, because they ain’t us” Source: Corn Nation

Frosted Flakes: Homeschool Barbers, Message in a Bottle, and Your Excuse to Get Out of the House?

We are all coping the best we can, some people run, others groom dogs and others write articles about how we don’t need toiler paper anyway. Homeschool Diaries – teacher’s log April 1 We put an emphasis on physical education, health and hygiene for yesterday’s enrichment lesson. No, we’re not talking handwashing. Instead, the Ranchhands decided to “groom” the loyal farm dog. Loyal Farm Dog is a cross between an Australian Sheperd and a Border Collie. She definitely inherited the Border Collie hair growth genes....

Corn Nation Stories: Your First Husker Game

Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports Let’s take a walk down memory lane. Send us your story of your first Husker game. Since we don’t have actual sports to watch or talk about right now, we thought it would be fun to take a walk down memory lane. This one will be about your first Husker game. My first thought is football of course, but if you want to share about a different sport, feel free. How this Works Fill out this form (or use the...

NCAA Votes For Extra Year Of Eligibility For Spring Athletes

Baseball, softball, lacrosse athletes get good news – flexibility. The NCAA Division I Council has voted to give college athletes who compete in spring sports – baseball, softball, and lacrosse – an extra year of eligibility. Winter sports athletes were not included as their seasons were (mostly) completed. DI Council grants waiver to allow additional eligibility for spring sport athletes whose seasons were impacted by COVID-19: https://t.co/v1zriEBDvR pic.twitter.com/g9BbOkmnt0— NCAA (@NCAA) March 30, 2020 From the NCAA release, student athletes who decide to stay will not...

Corn Nation True Crime Series Night: Tiger King

Come watch a train wreak with us! Well, last night was another fun edition of Corn Nation Movie Night. Tonight we are going in a different direction and will be showing the hot new series “Tiger King”! It’s about an guy from Oklahoma who likes tigers. He has some pretty fun adventures from what I’ve heard so this should be enjoyable for all. Also, murder for hire which isn’t good but adds to the story line. Oklahoman’s man…some things never change. As with the other...

Nebrasketball: Dachon Burke Jr. Heading to Southern Alabama

Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports The Guard announced he was planning to transfer and entered the portal a week ago today. Dachon Burke Jr. already announced earlier this month he would be leaving the team to focus on his studies and pursue a graduate transfer. With that in mind, he formally entered the transfer portal a week ago on March 21st. It didn’t take him long to settle on a new destination as multiple reports were confirmed by the Lincoln Journal Star Burke is headed to...

CornNation Stuck At Home: Our Staff’s Favorite Movie and TV Show

Photo by Alberto Pezzali/NurPhoto via Getty Images Kudos to Jeff Goodman, college basketball writer for Stadium, as he ask all 342 of the Division 1 college basketball coaches and asked what is their favorite television show and and their favorite movie. 337 responded. Including Nebraska’s Fred Hoiberg. Check it out here. In that same vein, we wanted to join in and let you know each member of Corn Nation’s favorite television show and movie. We gotta start with Jon right? After checking these out, let...

Corn Nation Movie Night: Hell or High Water

Who likes bank robberies? This week we had you, our Corn Nation readers, chose the movie we are going to watch. We gave you five options and you spoke loud and clear. While all the movies presented did get votes, the one that had the most was Hell or High Water. It’s a story about two brother who are trying to save the family ranch in Texas by robbing banks. Wait a minute… I work at a bank… I didn’t think this one through. ....

Nebraska WBB: Two Players Transferring from the Husker Program

Photo by Tony Quinn/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Two rising juniors have decided to finish their careers closer to home Rising juniors Ashtyn Verbeek and Kayla Mershon have decided to transfer from the Nebraska women’s basketball program. Both are heading home to finish their careers. Verbeek will transfer to Dordt University in Sioux Center, Iowa (News release). Verbeek graduated is a native of Sioux Center and indicated a desire to be close to home as her reason for transferring. Verbeek impressed as part of a...

Nebrasketball: Nebraska To Play Kansas State Starting Next Season

Photo by Peter G. Aiken/Kansas State/Getty Images An old Big 12 foe comes back on the schedule Nebraska will face one of it’s old conference foes from the Big 12 in basketball starting next season. It was first announced Tuesday morning by Jon Rothstein Sources: Kansas State and Nebraska have agreed to a multi-year series starting next season at the Sprint Center in Kansas City.21-22: Lincoln22-23: Manhattan— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) March 25, 2020 The Huskers will take on the Wildcats first in Kansas City at...