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Corn Flakes: Nebraska Spring Football 'Bout Ready To Go

This is one friggin' ugly suitcoat.
This is one friggin' ugly suitcoat.
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With the loss to Illinois last night, Husker basketball dropped to 5-12 in the conference, 13-16 overall, and only ahead of Penn State and Rutgers in the conference standings. We are one game behind Northwestern for crying out loud.

The women's team is seventh, sitting at 10-8 in conference, but 20-9 overall.

Bottom line - it's been a pretty disappointing year for Nebraska basketball.

This morning, I'll be at the dentist for three days in a row. I am having a real fun week, which is why the Flakes have been pretty sporadic.

Now, here's a bunch of random stuff.

Is on-campus shower sex illegal? - Daily Nebraskan: News
Our readers -- and our staffers -- were curious: Is having sex in the dorm showers actually illegal?  So we talked to campus officials and police. The verdict: kind of.

You’ll Remember Leonard Nimoy As Spock. I’ll Remember Him As a ‘Love Your Body’ Activist For Women | The Broad Side
Leonard Nimoy has died at the age of 83. He’ll always be remembered for playing Star Trek’s Spock, the beloved Vulcan with a wicked eyebrow arch and extended finger salute, but it’s his work as a photographer shooting plus-size women in his book, The Full Body Project, that I’ll remember

Malzahn opposes lineman downfield rule, says it stifles 'creativity' -
Auburn's Gus Malzahn is -- surprise, surprise -- no fan of the proposed rule change that would limit offensive linemen to moving only one yard downfield.

Are major college basketball programs still destination jobs? - The Crimson Quarry
Why a major college basketball job isn’t like a major college football job, and what this could mean for a school like Indiana.

Illinois vs. Nebraska final score: Rayvonte Rice leads Illini to 69-57 win over Nebraska - The Champaign Room
Illini keep NCAA tournament hopes alive.

Who Is On The Hot Seat Around The Big Ten? - BT Powerhouse
With conference play wrapping up, which coaches around the conference should be worried about their jobs?

Spratling: Nebraska-LMU Takeaways -
Nebraska showed its mettle with a road series win at Loyola Marymount after losing the Friday opener. Observations and multimedia from the series.

Huskers to dig the long ball ... within reason - The Grand Island Independent: Sports
NU will be a shotgun team that features some similar plays to what Riley said the Huskers have run in the past what a lot of teams run, but definitely with an old Riley standby.

Open of spring practice excites Mike Riley, Nebraska Cornhuskers - ESPN
Riley has had a whirlwind of experiences in three months on the job. The first 60 days were largely devoted to recruiting. In weeks since signing day, he’s fulfilled obligations with Nebraska’s fan base, donor community and the media. He completed his staff recently with the hiring of Brian Stewart as secondary coach.

Huskers Spring Preview '15: Special Teams | Hail Varsity
Nebraska turned a weakness into a strength in 2014, and special teams coach Bruce Read will look to keep the upward trajectory in 2015.

Nate Gerry Quotes (March 4) - - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Junior Safety Nate Gerry Nebraska Pre-Spring Press Conference March 4, 2015

Jordan Westerkamp Quotes (March 4) - - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Junior Wide Receiver Jordan Westerkamp Nebraska Pre-Spring Press Conference March 4, 2015

Tommy Armstrong Jr. Quotes (March 4) - - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Junior Quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. Nebraska Pre-Spring Press Conference March 4, 2015

Head Coach Mike Riley Quotes (March 4) - - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Mike Riley Quotes (March 4)