We are fully in the swing of fall sports. Husker soccer is off to a great start. The volleyball team looks like John Cook is reloading rather than rebuilding. And, we have this little thing called football this weekend! Yay!
Lost in all the Gebbia transfer news is the fact that a true freshman is starting the season opener for the first time in program history. Husker Nation is so absorbed in worrying about losing a backup QB, that many are forgetting to celebrate the starting QB.
This is going to be a fast, exciting offense. It’s probably going to make us tear our hair out at times this season as well.
The future is here. Are you ready?
Nebraska Huskers quarterback Adrian Martinez talks about the emotions of hearing he's Nebraska's starting quarterback.
Martinez always had confidence he could claim the Husker starting job right away.
Cook optimistic after opening weekend | Local Sports | theindependent.com
LINCOLN — Nebraska coach John Cook came out of the opening weekend feeling pretty optimistic about his team this season.
Miramontez Earns Big Ten Weekly Honor - Huskers.com - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Junior Sinclaire Miramontez collected Big Ten Defensive Player-of-the-Week accolades from the conference on Tuesday.
Lightning comes into play, but not before Huskers strike early against Oregon State | Sports | fremonttribune.com
The weather may have delayed the Nebraska soccer team’s first half but, it did little to slow down the Huskers’ impressive start to the 2018 season.
Roster turnover, transfer impact among Husker storylines entering final week of preseason | Football | starherald.com
At long last, game week. Nebraska football survived training camp without serious incident or injury. It also did so without divulging much — outside of an hour of media access
Broncos’ Andy Janovich channeled inner Howard Griffith against Redskins - Mile High Report
The Denver Broncos will need Andy Janovich to continue opening up the kind of running lanes he opened up against the Washington Redskins of Friday night.
AJ Bush named Illinois’ starting QB - The Champaign Room
The grad transfer took hold of the offense in camp.
Then There’s This
Watching the clock: Faster countdowns may make people more patient | Penn State University
When people see countdown clocks speed by, they may actually become more patient. In a series of experiments, the speed of a countdown clock affected the patience and decision-making of video game players, both during and after the game.
Land Rovers can now come fitted with a dog shower | Top Gear
The ultimate in luxury for pet parents.
Deep forehead wrinkles may signal a higher risk for cardiovascular mortality
People who have lots of deep forehead wrinkles, more than is typical for their age, may have a higher risk of dying of cardiovascular disease (CVD).
No safe level of alcohol, scientific study concludes | Newsroom
A new scientific study concludes there is no safe level of drinking alcohol.
Lego Minifigure turns 40: See how the little figures have evolved - CNET
Lego's little human-like figures are celebrating a big birthday.