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Adrian Fiala to Speak at Founder's Day on March 7th

Adrian Fiala to Speak at Founder’s Day on March 7th

The Northeast Kansans for Nebraska Present our Nebraska Alumni Association’s Annual Founder’s Day Event Adrian Fiala will be the featured...
2015 Husker Football Game Watches

2015 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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Adrian Fiala to Speak at Founder’s Day on March 7th

The Northeast Kansans for Nebraska Present our Nebraska Alumni Association’s Annual Founder’s Day Event Adrian Fiala will be the featured speaker.  A familiar and trusted voice for Big Red fans for decades, a past Nebraska Sportscaster of the Year, an All-Big 8 linebacker for Bob Devaney and Husker baseball catcher before graduating from UNL, Adrian has spent over 30 years as a radio and television color commentator of Husker football and baseball. He is on NET Television’s Big Red Wrap-Up and as a baseball commentator...

Husker Women’s BB Beats Wisconsin, Falls to Iowa in OT

Nebraska women’s basketball split a pair of road games this week, including a tough-to-swallow loss to Iowa in overtime. It was a mixed bag this week for the Huskers as they went 1-1 in conference road games. The week started off well with a decisive win over Wisconsin, but ended on a sour note with an overtime loss to Iowa. It was the first time the Hawkeye women had beaten the Huskers since Nebraska joined the Big Ten. Nebraska now has a 15-4 overall record...

Media Microscope: Jon Johnston of Corn Nation

Join the community as they critique the most prominent media voices and personalities of Husker Nation. In this edition of the Media Microscope, Jon Johnston of Corn Nation is on the hot seat. The Media Microscope is back in focus and this time around we have our fearless leader Jon Johnston under the lens. If this is your first time reading this series, the goal of this feature is to evaluate Husker Nation’s popular writers and personalities through the lens of the fan. Critique those...

Big Red Cobcast: Chad Kelsay Interview

Ryan and Pat interview Chad Kelsay about his time at Nebraska, Charlie McBride and regime changes. Do you like Cornhusker football? You do? Good. Do you like National Championships? You do? Good. Do you like Nebraska boys dominating offensive lines of opposing teams? You do? Perfect! Chad Kelsay, Auburn, Nebraska native, did all of those things. He also played pro ball in Pittsburgh and St. Louis. Guess what else he did! He talked to us today about everything we care about, like playing for Dr....

Cornerback Willie Sykes Flips From Washington State To Nebraska

The Houston area corner made it official Tuesday afternoon. We were all resting in bed Monday night, getting ready for Taco Tuesday. THEN, HARK, THE BEACON WAS LIT. What a great trip to Houston tonight! The #BLACKSHIRTS just got a lot better! #GBR — Charlton Warren (@CoachCwarren) January 27, 2015 Charlton Warren setting the table? Well then, there’s a few kids Nebraska are in on in Space City. Then the confirmation came down Tuesday afternoon. Thank god I was a little late making this decision...

Twitter Recap: #AveryStrong, Deflated Balls and Rock Paper Scissors

Soak up the sun. It’s 60 out in the middle of January, in Lincoln Nebraska… We are like the San Diego of the Midwest — Ali Farokhmanesh (@farokhmanesh5) January 19, 2015 If a tree falls in the forest… So if you don’t post a selfie does that mean you don’t exist? #GirlsWhoPost100Selfies — Emily Cady (@EM_DAWG23) January 20, 2015 A civil way to solve a dispute. Guy just dueled me to a rock, paper, scissors match for a parking spot #iwon — Esther Ramacieri (@EstaIzOvahHere)...

ESPN and NFL Want Changes to the College Football Playoff Schedule

USA Today and Sports Business Journal report that both ESPN and the NFL are asking the College Football Playoff to alter the schedule for future games. This year’s initial edition delivered huge ratings on ESPN, as it represented a near perfect-storm of favorable circumstances. The teams were all name teams (Alabama, Ohio State, defending national champion Florida State, and trendy Oregon) and the games were played during the ideal late afternoon and evening timeslots on New Years’ Day. 2016 might be a different matter entirely....

Nebraska Basketball: Short Handed Huskers Hold on Against Michigan State

Saturday’s #AveryStrong game between the Michigan State Spartans and the Nebraska Cornhuskers provided one of the most entertaining games of the season. In front of a crowd of 15,797 fans, the Cornhuskers fed off an atmosphere similar to No Sit Sunday. The Huskers jumped out early, and then withheld a furious Spartan rally to hang on for the 79-77 win. Missing two starters for the majority of the game, the Huskers started out hot, not missing the likes of David Rivers who did not dress...

Gallery: Nebraska vs. Michigan State, Mike Riley and #AveryStrong

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The Details On Today’s #AveryStrong Game Between Nebraska And Michigan State

Heading out to the game this afternoon? Here are some details on what’s going on at PBA. If you are heading out to the late matinee game between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and Michigan State Spartans this afternoon, here are some details on the #AveryStrong celebration: Tipoff is set for 3:10 p.m. at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Tomorrow’s game is sold out, although a handful of tickets may be available when the Pinnacle Bank Arena gates open at 1:30 p.m. First 1,500 students. #GBR “@HuskerSports: Getting the...

Corn Flakes: Netflix Non-Crappy Movies of The Week

The first time we tried this, I discovered something I should have already known; there are not a lot of you who will take a chance with a movie you’ve never heard of, and most of you prefer to watch something you’re already familiar with. Well, knock it off. Take some chances, dammit. Venture outside your comfort zone. Here are three recommendations for the week, none of which is a war movie. I must be feeling ill. Or I am disappointed in what I’ve found....

Nebraska’s Visitor List For Big Red Meet & Greet This Weekend

It’s a big weekend with less than 2 weeks to NSD. Here’s who the Huskers are visiting, and the potential commitments. It’s no secret that the loss of Reuben Jones is bad for the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Not only do you not like getting a flip from under you (more than likely) in-conference, but Jones’s position of Defensive End leaves the Huskers potentially needing to bring in a lot of kids to see if they can get better at that spot. Fortunately, Ryan Gunderson and Andy...

Corn Flakes: Brown To YSU, Football To Use Performance Lab (For First Time?)

I was going to do a Netflix piece, but I settled on this stuff instead. Steven M. Sipple: Brown headed to where he’s wanted : Latest Husker News Ron Brown has accepted an assistant coaching position under Bo Pelini at Youngstown State — although Brown would’ve liked to stay at Nebraska, he tells the Journal Star. Said Brown: “I would’ve stayed at Nebraska if that opportunity arose. But I wasn’t wanted.” Didn’t receive an interview, he said. — Steven M. Sipple (@HuskerExtraSip) January 22, 2015...