Bradon Vogel reports on Wednesday morning's practice.
Part 3 of Husker Locker's adventures with the Nebraska Football video crew takes them to practice.
They're very high on our offense's potential. With the rushing tandem of Martinez and Burkhead, I have to agree that if we can shore up our passing game (#104 last fall), this team is ready to make a serious challenge for the league crown. (Assuming, of course, that our defense returns to top 15 form.)
More Nebraska football and other stories after the Jump!
Gotta say, we didn't see many articles about Corey Raymond, did we? Joseph sounds like quite the catch. Unfortunately, if he's as good as he sounds, we may not be able to keep him.
Finally, an explanation for why the jerseys weren't all black. (I don't like it. Black isn't a primary color. These aren't our primary jerseys. If we're going off script, let's at least get something presentable.)
Hey, we remember Ed! Yeah...might be kind of hard to listen to him but hey, he's saying nice things about us this time!
Only thing of note is some rumor that UCLA was a possible destination for Taylor had he skipped out after Texas A&M.
The final season inside the hallowed doors of the NU Coliseum begins Saturday night with a traditional 2012 season-opening scrimmage. For every Husker fan out there who's wanted to experience Nebraska volleyball at one of the most popular sites in women's intercollegiate athletics, it's now or never.
The Nebraska wrestling team announced a challenging schedule for the 2012-13 season on Wednesday, which includes a trip to Madison Square Garden as well as matches against the top three NCAA finishers from 2012.
Congratulations to Mary Weatherholt! (Did it have to be with Iowa though?)
The Nebraska soccer team is set to open its second season as members of the Big Ten Conference on Friday, Aug. 17, when Head Coach John Walker's squad visits Norman, Okla., for a 7 p.m. with the Oklahoma Sooners.
Good luck, ladies!
Non-conference Opponent Update
Ellis Johnson doesn't sugar-coat anything, does he?
Frankly, I'd pick Danny O'Brien or WISCONSIN QB #1. They have to follow Russel Wilson, the best QB ever for Wisconsin. That's like Pelini, Solich or Callahan following Osborne. It's just an impossible task.
Let me fix the first sentence.
doesn'tneed(s) help winning Big Ten Conference championships, butand it sure keeps getting it.
Lots of love for Nebraska. (Duh.)
MGoBlog is re-drafting the Big Ten. Take a look! This round has quite a few Nebraska picks.
Happy trails, Klachko. Hope you find whatever was missing.
In less than 24 hours, the Pac-12 Network is already more successful than the Longhorn Network.
Some interesting points. Of course, the next evolution is all of the players dressing up in blow-up mascot suits and attempting to play football. Nebraska would win because who wants to take on Lil' Red?
Speaking of Lil' Red, an entirely subjective list of mascots. I want to note that Lil' Red is not on it. (I maintain my position in the face of any and all opposition.)
Possible opening for an offensive or defensive coordinator? If Beck is successful in producing a top 20 passing attack this fall, is he ready or would Pelini encourage him to pursue a head coaching post?
Think Randy makes it out of this season with his job? Maybe he can go to Georgia State.
Congrats to USMNT on their historic victory down in Mexico!