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

NE KS 4 NE picnic on Saturday, Aug. 4th

NE KS 4 NE picnic on Saturday, Aug. 4th

Join us for our 2018 Northeast Kansans for Nebraska Picnic Reynolds Lodge at Lake Shawnee on Tin Man Circle Topeka, Kansas Saturday,...
Husker Fans donate to Rescue Mission

Husker Fans donate to Rescue Mission

Yes, it’s cold outside, but because of you, local Husker fan’s generosity, it will be a little warmer for some...
2018 Spring Football Game Watch

2018 Spring Football Game Watch

  Join us on Saturday, April 21st for a special spring game version of our game watches at Hooters in...
Join the Northeast Kansans for Nebraska

Join the Northeast Kansans for Nebraska

Show your support for the Big Red.  Join the Northeast Kansans for Nebraska What You Get With Your Annual Family...
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Nebraska Basketball: Maryland Guard to Play for the Big Red

Huskers pick up east coast point guard Well, in one week we get a new assistant coach and a guard for for the 2018 class. You never know how one week will change your viewpoint on a program. Toay, 6’5” guard Amir Harris announced his commitment to the Nebraska program. Just a few days after coach Tim Miles hired on new assistant Armon Gates. Blessed Beyond Belief #More2Prove @CoachMiles pic.twitter.com/ppBaZuW4XZ— Amir Harris (@Harris5Amir) May 10, 2018 Amir comes to us out of Hagerstown, MD where...

Linebacker Breon Dixon Granted Immediate Eligibility By NCAA – Will Play This Fall!

The Ole Miss transfer gets a waiver! The University of Nebraska has received word from the NCAA that linebacker Breon Dixon has been granted a waiver and will be eligible to play next season. Dixon comes to Nebraska from Ole Miss, where he played as a true freshman as a defensive back. He played in six games, recording five tackles and a quarterback hurry. Dixon played in the Nebraska spring game as an outside linebacker, recording eight tackles, including two tackles for loss. He is...

Scott Frost Talks to BTN about “Blackshirts”

Nebraska’s head coach says they have to be earned, and it takes more than just being a starter to earn one. Last week, BTN posted a brief video of Nebraska head coach Scott Frost on the topic of Blackshirts. “I don’t want the Blackshirts just to mean our starting defense. It meant more than that when I was here.”The @Huskers @coach_frost talks about his vision for the Blackshirts heading into the season. pic.twitter.com/D4FTYh6UlS— Nebraska On BTN (@NebraskaOnBTN) May 4, 2018 Frost went on with that:...

Frosted Flakes: Nebraska Has Second Toughest Football Schedule In 2018

Nebraska faces an uphill climb Nebraska has the second toughest college football schedule in 2018, according to Phil Steele’s spring guide. First is Florida State, whose 2018 opponents won 63.4% of their games in 2017. Second is Nebraska at 62.8% and then Michigan at 62.7%. Measuring strength of schedule by using 2017 wins and losses? Looks like kind of a lousy way to do that, but that’s how the NCAA does it, and Phil Steele uses it, so it must be all right. Note that...

Frosted Flakes: It’s Finally Spring

I fought my lawn and I think my lawn won It has taken awhile for spring to finally take hold here on the Great Plains. Grass is finally green, trees are budding, and the farmers are planting in the fields. It has been a long a somewhat hard winter this season. While it did come late it came hard and between the snow and freezing cold temperatures many had been pining for this seasonal change. As I have mentioned before, I like the cold and...

Nebraska Basketball: Armon Gates Named Assistant Coach

Perhaps he can help lead us to greatness? Yes!? Nebraska has a new assistant basketball coach! Armon Gates joins Nebrasketball, coming from the University of Florida where he was to be the associated head coach under Mike White. Gates spent the past five seasons at Northwestern under Chis Collins and had briefly taken the job at Florida, but left because the “fit” wasn’t right or something like that.. At Northwestern, Gates helped Collins to the school’s first-ever NCAA appearance and first-ever NCAA tournament win. (EMPHASIS...

Nebraska Baseball Wins Again, Defeats Maryland 5-2

Huskers making a run towards Big Ten Tournament Lincoln, NE- Nebraska has won their first conference series of the year. The Huskers used stellar pitching from Matt Warren, and a big rally in the fifth inning to get to their sixth conference win of the year by defeating the Maryland Terrapins 5-2. After the visiting Terrapins and Huskers had a slugfest in both of the first two games, the teams traded zeros for the first three innings. Warren, who has had trouble after starting fast...

Nebraska Recruiting: Speedster RB Rahmir Johnson is N!

Staff Brings Some Turnpike Speed to the Midwest Let me tell you a story about New Jersey. My nephew and I were driving from Pontiac Michigan to Englishtown NJ to help me brother with his 55 Chevy drag car. We were late. We were also in a 71 Mustang built to road race, that had about five Ford parts left on it, the rest were all specially fabricated racing parts. So we were getting down the road. When we hit the New Jersey Turnpike, it...

Nebraska Baseball Scores 16 Unanswered, Defeats Maryland 17-8

Nebraska falls behind 8-1, and comes back It looked ugly. Luis Alvarado gave up a grand slam in the first inning, and did not make it out of the second. Slowly though, after falling behind 8-1, Nebraska chipped away and gained ground in the Big Ten standings, in their race to qualify for the Big Ten Tournament with a 17-8 win. Alvarado was not good at all. He gave up six walks, and three hits while allowing six runs. Zach Jankarski hit a grand slam...

Friday Frosted Flakes: Media May Have Questions for Bill Moos after WSU Audit

Thankfully he already hired Scott Frost. I’m not saying that Bill Moos might be in some trouble, but he will probably be answering some questions from the media after a new audit finds extensive mismanagement in Washington State athletics. A new internal audit has found extensive mismanagement within the Washington State University Athletics department, including the possible inflation of home football attendance and the improper distribution of free tickets to football games. …. The audit also found problems with contract management, ethics training, attendance data,...

Finding fear, family and fun in the red dirt race tracks of Oklahoma

NASCAR drivers. Made, not born. Made from Dirt. NASCAR drivers are made, not born. They start driving as early as age six. They learn their craft just like any other kid who might be bouncing a basketball; mentored and nurtured by parents. The best are made in the dirt, and the best racing dirt in the world might be Oklahoma’s red clay. I hadn’t been to a dirt race track since the early 1980s. One summer in the 80s I worked for my brother Jim...

Frosted Flakes: Baseball, Dennis Claridge, Smoking Season Has Begun

I have offseason goals. They include food. You like food, right? Dennis Claridge Claridge, quarterback under Devaney, dies at 76 – Huskers.com – Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site Dennis Claridge, who quarterbacked the Nebraska Cornhuskers to a 13-7 Orange Bowl victory over Auburn following the 1963 season under second-year coach Bob Devaney, died Tuesday after a 3-year battle with bladder cancer. He was 76. I was going to add something to this… but decided against it. All I know is that I’m thankful that Bob...