So it looks like it is happening. My family will be attending a wedding during a Nebraska football game. You would think that people would be more considerate. There are only 12 Nebraska football games a year. Maybe 13. Maybe 14. Heck maybe one year there could be 15.
So that leaves 37 other weeks to choose from! People need to realize that as Nebraskans, we will be focused on one thing during your wedding. That one thing is football.
So I implore you. Please do everything you can to not have a wedding during a Nebraska football game.
Even if the future husband and wife are Virginia Tech fans.
And they live in North Carolina.
And the wedding is in North Carolina.
And their families are from North Carolina and Virginia.
They need to be more cognizant of Nebraska football.
Sports! Sports! Sports!
Belichick exploited “loophole” in NFL rules to run extra time off the clock – ProFootballTalk
When the Patriots’ third-down play ended, 11:05 remained in the fourth quarter. By the time the Patriots actually punted on fourth down, 9:43 remained. The whole point of the play clock is that teams can’t take more than 40 seconds between plays, but the Patriots, thanks to that running clock after their penalties, took 1 minute, 22 seconds.
Don't expect big Husker line changes, but Austin likes freshmen
What sounds good to say out loud to the neighbor – just replace this lineman with that young guy and let him go – is not sometimes so easily put into practice. Actually, most times. Not for those coaches who see every rep and see that, yes, there is still a gap between this fourth-year junior and this first-year guy.
Freshman Johnson ready to go if needed
With a smaller running back room heading into this week, Nebraska freshman Rahmir Johnson said he is ready if called upon against Indiana, or other opponents going forward.
Washington will have to earn much trust back for possible return
In announcing that Maurice Washington wasn't on the Husker team this week, or in the immediate future, there was one thing Scott Frost did not do: He didn't shut the door completely on the sophomore running back playing again for Nebraska.
Who's Playing QB, a Washington Meeting and Other Practice Notes | Hail Varsity
A quick scene from Thursday’s post-practice availability.
Question: Do you have an idea of where you are at quarterback right now or will this thing go up to game time?
Scott Frost: “I have an idea where we are at quarterback.”
Question: Do you want to tell us who’s playing quarterback?
Frost: “No, I don’t.”
Per the ESPN ticker, Saturday will be Alabama’s first game under Nick Saban where the starting QB is out with an injury.— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) October 25, 2019
This is his 13th season.
Nick Saban wasn’t having it with the QB questions pic.twitter.com/A4DMAn0pj0— Alabama DieHards (@AlabamaDieHards) October 24, 2019
“STICK TO SPORTS!” Nah.
Is My House Haunted? | 8 Ways to Fix Your Haunted House
Every house has its secrets. Sometimes, doors open or shut by themselves. Lights flicker randomly. A toilet flushes on its own. And there's that deathly odor. You've been catching whiffs of it for years now, but you still can't seem to locate the source. If you need help with the scary problems plaguing your home, you've come to the right place.
This Simple 3-Minute Animation Will Change Your Perception of Time Forever
We all know that Earth is old, but it's hard to put into perspective just how old it is.
After all, what does 4.5 billion years really mean? How do you even comprehend that amount of time with our short-lived human brains?
Well, Business Insider has done a pretty incredible job of it in this 3-minute animation, by displaying the timeline of Earth if time was the distance from Los Angeles to New York. And, oh boy, our world-view will never be the same.
The haunting beauty of the “Black Hours” medieval prayer books
Prayer books from the Middle Ages are known for their meticulously designed miniatures and elegant leather covers. But perhaps no one can rival the sophistication of the “Black Hours,” an illuminated prayer book crafted in Bruges, Belgium, in the 15th century.
Study: Thinking too much can cause you to die sooner | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports
A study from Harvard Medical School researchers found excessive brain activity could lead to a shorter life.
In short, thinking too much or too hard could cause you to die sooner.
In Case You Missed It
Just in case anybody missed the fact that a human just ran a marathon in under 2 hours. That is better than a 4:34 minutes per mile pace.
Best Things I Saw On The Internet This Week
Saving Grace: A Minnesota man who opted to have “Jesus Saves” printed on his running bib collapsed during a race. Behind him, a registered nurse anesthetist, a man named Jesus, performed CPR and helped save his life. https://t.co/H1iHLDujJn #odd— AP Oddities (@AP_Oddities) October 22, 2019
Now, I don’t care who you are. That is funny.
Now saving the best for last.
I tried making a video this morning & my roommate did this pic.twitter.com/deJOfGnSwX— Afo❄️ (@ifyouwereafo) October 22, 2019
Have a good one ya’ll! Thanks for reading.