Good Wednesday morning to you fine folks.
If you missed it yesterday, Mike thinks that the Big 10 will not believe the attendance at the 2014 B1G Baseball tournament. I agree. It will dwarf almost anywhere they have been to in the last few years.
With all the Baseball/Softball hoopla this weekend, the best individual Women's Tennis performance in school history got lost in the dust. Take a look at the run of Mary Weatherholt through the NCAA Singles Tournament.
I almost forgot this the other day... B5Q ranked the Big 10 playcallers. Tim Beck, coordinator of the best offense in the conference was ranked... fifth?
Recruiting? Sure thing:
WR Zaire Andre was reportedly interested in attending Big Red Weekend. Now he's committed to Washington State. Ah, recruiting. #huskers— Samuel McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) May 28, 2013
Fort Scott JUCO DT Abu Lamin (6-5/310) confirmed via text he plans on attending Nebraska's Big Red Weekend. #huskers— Samuel McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) May 28, 2013
You know those contests you enter in Major League Baseball parks, where you sign up and try to guess the number of baseballs in the desk, only to be suckered into thousands of pieces of garbage snail and e-mail's? I think we should do a contest like that for the number of offers Nebraska ends up by National Signing Day. First prize should be a dozen cookies from Salt or something.
Jack Hoffman's story keeps on getting better.
We are at four-alarm tire fire status at Rutgers with this whole Julie Hermann thing. Also, while it's not justifiable to say Rutgers shouldn't take that Big 10 membership, it has become an issue for the conference.
Want comedy? Chip Brown's predictions for the Big 12 next year. #DANCEPUPPETDANCE
What does Mike Bohn get for moving Colorado to the Pac 12, getting out of debt from the Dan Hawkins and Jon Embree hires, and getting new facilities for the Buffs?Walking papers
Today is International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers.... Day. May 29th is John F Kennedy's birthday, and on this day in 1988, Ronald Reagan arrived in Moscow for another round of Summit meetings with Mikhail Gorbachev.
On this day in 2009, the number one song was.... Black Eyed Peas.
Have a great Wednesday everyone.
(You may have noticed that Brandon isn't doing Corn Flakes anymore. Brandon has chosen to move on to other interests at this time. We thank him for everything he has done for CN/SBN and wish him well.)