Longstanding Big Red Breakfast likely no more in 2015 : Latest Husker News
But in 2015, the Big Red Breakfast likely won't be around. "I would love in many ways to continue it, but it does not seem like it on March 30," said Gary Sadlemyer, former Husker football commentator and current program director at KFAB, the Omaha radio station that took over the event two years ago to keep the tradition going.
Read through this article and you get an idea of how much Husker football coaches are in demand.
Being the out of state guy these things don't affect me all that much. Having attended few of these types of events (and generally being antisocial anyway), I don't really care about this tradition going away. I have to admit, I always wondered why anyone would expect Husker football coaches to take time during football season to go speak at their clubs and/or events.
There's enough pressure, there's enough of a fish bowl, and there's only so many coaches to go around.
Saban unapologetic about signing player w (history of domestic abuse)
Kathy Redmond Brown, founder of the National Coalition Against Violent Athletes, said when Alabama signed Taylor in January, she thought it was "a huge mistake" for the message it sent to teammates and to Taylor and because it opens the school up to a Title IX claim.
Michigan State Spartans NCAA Tournament Basketball: On Throwing Bagels - The Only Colors
I mean, when you hear about, "students throwing bagels" you expect someone to have grabbed a six-pack sleeve of bagels from their fridge. No. There were dozens and dozens of bagels being thrown around. This is absolutely wild.
A breakdown of Pitchford's career, his exit from the team - Daily Nebraskan: Sports
Walter Pitchford has been one of the most popular athletes at Nebraska since he stepped onto the court during Tim Miles' second season. Here are a few notable moments in Walter Pitchford's collegiate career:
UNL broomball club team places 2nd at 2015 USA Broomball National Championships - Daily Nebraskan: Sports
The Nebraska club broomball team capped off a phenomenal season two weekends ago when it placed second at the 2015 USA Broomball National Championships in Fargo, North Dakota. The Huskers played five games in the national tournament in Fargo, reaching the championship game where they lost the final to Indianapolis 3-1.
Shatel: A weekend of winners is shattered by the biggest loss - Omaha.com: Sports
This was a weekend of heroes, from UNO hockey to Nebraska baseball and everyone else in between. But I’ll remember it as the weekend I lost my hero. And I’ll never forget how I found out.
Dallas Cowboys Draft 2015: Randy Gregory Could Fall Further Than Anticipated - Blogging The Boys
Randy Gregory has failed another drug test leaving his draft status in doubt. The highly touted defender will enter the NFL already on the substance abuse program.
Don't Buy The Narrative On The Big Ten - BT Powerhouse
The Big Ten put two teams in the Final Four over the weekend, but fans should be hesitant to buy into its significance.
FRO TURNS PRO: Fast Nebraska WR Could Be Saints Pick
Could the Saints replace one ‘big-play" major conference wide receiver with another? That possibility stands a good chance now that the Saints have a total of 9 picks, one of them acquired in the recent Kenny Stills trade to Miami for a 3rd round pick and inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe.
Memorial Service Set for NU's First Modern-Day Walk-On - Huskers.com - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Kristin Carter, daughter of Langston "Trey" Coleman, Nebraska’s first, out-of-state, modern-day football walk-on, announced Sunday that a memorial celebration brunch will honor her late father on Saturday, April 25, in Washington D.C. Coleman grew up in Phillips Alley in the shadow of the White House.
Huskers Return from Spring Break - Huskers.com - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
"There was some good execution, some crisp throws, I am not sure as crisp today as we were on that last practice Friday (before Spring Break)," Riley said. "AJ got a lot of turns and I thought he made some nice plays, I thought Zack Darlington made some nice plays---I was impressed with him. The rest of the guys all had their moments too."
Monday practice quick hits
A quick rundown of news and notes from Nebraska’s Monday practice. — Nebraska practiced in half pads and helmets as the players returned...
IOWA BASEBALL CRACKS TOP 25 RANKINGS, ENDS 25-YEAR WAIT - Black Heart Gold Pants
Rutgers on the Diamond: For baseball & softball, this B1G thing ain't so bad - On the Banks
Softball has won two series on the road. Baseball lost the rubber game against a strong Buckeye squad, 1-0. This could be a good season On the Banks.