Short and sweet, under the gun to get going again today...
Counting down the best college football contests of 2013, one of the best seasons of our lifetimes. And it might have included the wildest game we'll ever see.
I haven't read through these. Honestly, I think SBNation has a lot of wonderful designers and does a good job at it, but these are so laden with graphics and other stuff that my browser slows down to the point that they're a pain in the ass to load. Take a look, let me know what you think.
No. 18 Nebraska rallies, beats Minnesota in overtime - Daily Nebraskan: Basketball
It took overtime for the No. 18 Nebraska women’s basketball team to defeat the Minnesota Golden Gophers 88-85 on Thursday at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Jordan Hooper went over the 2,000 point mark for her career, and Rachel Theriot scored 33.
Dan Barriero was the first to tweet it and then shared a statement from Philip Nelson. Gopher QB Philip Nelson tells @DanBarreiroKFAN he is leaving the program..
Nelson states that he wants to go to a program that will better utilize his skills - a program that will throw the ball more. First - it's a surprise that Nelson is transferring. Second -
Wide receiver is the deepest position in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Quincy Enunwa ranked 31st here out of 40.
Ndamukong Suh, Lions would like to reach long-term contract agreement - SBNation.com
The Detroit Lions are trying to get Ndamukong Suh signed to a contract extension to keep him with the team and reduce his 2014-15 cap hit, but he's not going to come cheap.
Registration for this fun event costs $35/person for a general admission ticket or reserve a table of 10 for $500. Price includes hors d’ oeuvres (cash bar available) and parking in Lot 52, just south of the Devaney Center.
Signing Day Event. You must also be 21 years old and a 2013/14 Nebraska Athletics donor of $50 or more. And not be ugly. Or obnoxious. You know, if you took a different angle at this, it would be a good way to get a bunch of people interested in stalking children together, feed them RFID chips, and track them forever.
Ameer Abdullah held a press conference yesterday, regarding his decision to return to school and to play another year of college football.
The face of Nebraska football wears glasses. Clark Kent glasses, to be exact. The kind that make Ameer Abdullah look like Cliff Paul, the fictional studious twin of NBA star Chris Paul in those State Farm commercials. All he needs is the argyle sweater vest.
Abdullah's video about coming back, courtesy of the Journal Star: