Yep I'm a baseball sunshine pumper. I always think that NU can make it all the way to the CWS. So as the season starts I'm hoping NU can win a few to help feed my enthusiasm. How are you all feeling? You following the boys this spring?
The Cats love baseball as well.
Anderson laid out his expectations for Nebraska in 2010: 1. Top three in the Big 12. 2. Host a regional. 3. Go from there.
Ok let's do it. I'm now on board. Wow that didn't take me much...
SB Nation's NFL Draft site "Mocking The Draft" has Ndamukong Suh going second overall to Detroit. First? Sam Bradford to St. Louis. Will it happen that way? - JJ
You only get one chance to be No. 1: Grab it by the horns and fling it around like they're Colt McCoy, big man.
Can I get a hell yeah?!?
Well, Husker quarterbacks this spring will practice without green "hands-off" jerseys most, if not all, of the time, NU offensive coordinator Shawn Watson said Tuesday, noting a significant departure from recent springs.
It's all fun and games till someone gets hurt. But would that really matter? It's not like NU has a rock starting at QB anyway, and Lee's out.
The college game has never been more wide open. Don't automatically pencil in Alabama -- any team that loses nine starters on defense (including a handful of key leaders) will struggle in big road games, especially in the SEC. A team from the Tide's own division (Arkansas) is among a handful that could make it to Glendale, Ariz. Others: Miami, Wisconsin and Iowa. But I'm going with Nebraska, which will have one of the nation's top five defenses and a favorable schedule ( its toughest non-conference game is at Washington; Texas visits Lincoln).
Feels good to have "Nebraska" and "National Championship" in the same thought again.
Since the injury happened early in the Huskers’ season, the NCAA granted Thenarse one more chance at a senior season in 2010. The safety said he was just given official word of an injury hardship last Thursday.
There's a joke in here somewhere...
Interesting read about Florida's Five Star recruits and the trouble (or not) that they've seen. - JJ
ISU athletic director Jamie Pollard is thrilled when he's contacted by Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany about expansion.
Oh I laughed -JL