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Forever Red: Update Coming To A Great Husker Book

If you’re a Husker fan and not familiar with the book, “Forever Red: Confessions of a Cornhusker Football Fan”, shame on you. Written by Steve Smith and published by University of Nebraska Press (they put out some darned fine books, btw), I reviewed it back in 2006, stating: I wouldn’t call this a ‘fan’ book...

Nebraska #6 On AP Ranking All-Time List

Nebraska is one of the top ten teams on the AP Poll’s all-time list. It’s still list season, even with fall camp just a couple days away. Today the Associated Press released rankings taking into account the past 80 years, or since 1936, the year in which the AP poll started and is considered by...

Big Red Cobcast: Nebraska’s New American Hero

Hoss Reuter is back. And with him comes everything that’s right with Nebraska. Nebraska has produced its fair share of legendary Americana. Marlon Brando. Johnny Carson. Kool-Aid. I vote that we add another to our home state’s list of amazing contributions. That addition? Corn Nation’s own Hoss Reuter. In fact, I would put Hoss ahead...

Tweetcap: Reactions to Scott Frost as Nebraska Head Coach

From around the twitters! We got your social media (twitter) reactions from existing players, former players, a coach and a celebrity. Really, we’re just looking for more web hitz here, but at least it’s not a slideshow, right? We got ourselves a good one… â�„ï¸�— Collin Miller (@C_millz37) December 2, 2017 From the state celebrity…...

Big Recruiting Update and the Early Signing Period

Where do the Huskers stand? Today, we begin the last dead period of the recruiting year. Contact periods? Quiet periods? Dead periods? What does football have to do with menstruation? Here’s an SBNation article explaining the nuts and bolts. If you have questions about changes to your body, I recommend this article. The early signing...

Legendary College Football Announcer Keith Jackson Passes Away

Keith Jackson who was THE VOICE of college football for many many years is gone. Legendary college football announcer Keith Jackson has passed away at the age of 89. While he covered many sports, Jackson was the voice of college football when I was young, continuing that career until his last broadcast of the 2006...

Frosted Flakes: Everything Will be Alright in the End

Patience and Understanding Following Nebraska basketball can be a bit frustrating. I will probably write more about this after this season is all said and done but it is true. At least for the casual fan. Going into this weekend the Huskers had very little room for error. Now that Illinois handed them a defeat...

Recruiting Rumours in Huskerland

What have the voices in the cornfield been whispering? Good morning Husker Faithful! Recruiting information is a bit scattered at the moment, but that doesn’t mean everyone doesn’t need an update. Let’s see what wheat can be gleaned from the chaff, or perhaps what corn can be shelled from the cob, shall we? Recruit Interest...

Nebraska Basketball: Xavier Johnson Requests Release from Letter of Intent

The point guard will open his recruiting back up There has been speculation all week that Nebraska might lose one of it’s recruits at some point. Looks like that happened sooner than later for the Big Red. This afternoon we received word that 2018 point guard Xavier Johnson has asked for a release from his...

2018 NFL Draft: Tracking Nebraska Football Free Agent Signings

We will keep this updated as news comes in… Luke McNitt to Atlanta Falcons McNitt: “It’s pretty surreal right now, it hasn’t really set in.” Says he’s been in contact with the Falcons for a couple of weeks. Said he had a lot of other teams contact him in the run-up to the draft, too.—...

Frosted Flakes: It’s Ag Bill Time

It’s Monday so here are some links to start your week with Believe it or not, agriculture is a big deal around here. Without it the state of Nebraska’s economy would most likely look quite different, I may not be writing for this blog, and NU’s nickname might very well not be the Cornhuskers. Maybe...

Frosted Flakes: Nebrasketball is in a Good Place

Big playmakers will be back for 2018-19 Nebrasketball has seen some very nice developments over the past few days. James Palmer Jr. announced he will be coming back for another season the past Friday and Issac Copeland Jr. stated the same on Sunday. When they both announced that they would both put themselves on the...