Rex Burkhead apologizes for the lack of news today. Pelini runs a tight ship so no scandals to blather on about. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)
A run-down of sporting stories from the weekend covering Nebraska athletics, the Big Ten and around the world.
'N' for 'Nowledge
The National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/Women (NACGC/W) announced team and individual Scholastic All-America award winners for the 2011-12 season on Tuesday.
QB Dennis Claridge threw for 1,733 yards and 8 TDs over THREE SEASONS. And he was the school record holder in 1963. (Taylor Martinez would've fit in just fine back then, don't you think?)
The second part of Husker Locker's meeting with the Nebraska Football video crew.
More Nebraska sporting news and other stories after the Jump! (Sorry, I forgot this last night. - SCS)
In case you missed it yesterday evening, Nebrasketball released their non-conference slate for this fall. To quote dpm917 "For a program with a first year head coach and little returning experience, it's ambitious." Let's hope it's not too ambitious.
The next 10 words of this interview are as golden for Nebraska as the previous night was for Burroughs. "I still live and train full time in Lincoln, Nebraska," Burroughs told Michaels.
That'll be good for competing in the Big Ten, methinks.
Say what you will about Urbz, he does have a fairly decent coaching tree.
As long as they're kept away from the Big Ten, all is good. (Zook and Nutt? I want to watch CBS just for that!)
The depletion of the East means Indiana has a better chance at winning the Big Ten than Minnesota.
Peruse this year's
prom dresses Gucci bags football uniforms. All I can say is...kids are silly.
"LOOK HOW PRETTY I AM."
Speaking of hard hits, Tennessee #98 Daniel McCullers is a 6' 8", 380 lb nose tackle. I don't know about you, but I wouldn't want to be chased by that.
"Punting is offensive failure," Kelley has said. "It’s willingly giving the ball to the other team — a voluntary turnover."
What do you think? Should Nebraska go for the "Always go on fourth" approach? Or is Maher's leg good enough of a weapon?
BOOM. 318 sold-out games at Memorial and counting.
Weis continues to be mostly disconnected with the programs he inherits. Kansas students are just like Indiana students - just counting down the days until basketball starts.
QBs are pesky things. You'd think Texas could find one.
Maybe the Big East will try to get on CBS?
A look at some of the more expensive hobbies in the world.
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