A few notes and stories during the last few days. Bowl season kicked off last night, though I was too busy being pissed that I'm out of my Fantasy Football playoffs, and Steve Smith and Steward go off for huge points.
This is a very good thing.
Someone asked Husker coach Bo Pelini after Saturday’s practice his thoughts on that term: soft commit. "There’s not a lot of soft in my world," Pelini said, laughing. "It’s like, ‘OK, I’m going to go on a date the night before I walk down the aisle.’ It doesn’t make a lot of sense. I don’t play that game at all."
Alabama’s offense has surfaced as one for Nebraska to perhaps model. It’s multiple and certainly physical. A good model to follow
Our own Husker Mike looks at the Nebraska offense.
What did Doc Sadler think of Nebraska’s 57-41 victory against winless Jackson State on Saturday night? Well, the Husker men’s basketball coach called for a 5:30 a.m. practice today.
Penn State became the first team to win three straight volleyball titles Saturday night, overcoming a two-set deficit to beat Texas and extend its record winning streak to 102 straight games.
Texas lost. Yes I'm happy about that.