I have good news, and I have bad news.
The good news - the inevitable conversations about Husker football will have a happy and hopeful spin to them this year while eating with your family this Thanksgiving.
The bad news - these conversations will turn into inane debates over politics making you wish the Huskers where actually even worse than they are so the conversation started and stopped with Husker football.
Ways to avoid these debates over why you are not married/do not have kids/insert life event that has or hasn’t happened/politics/religion:
- Bring up old family stories and have them reminisce about the good ole days.
- Bring the desserts to the dinner and threaten to leave with them if the conversation deviates.
- Start barking. No seriously, start barking when someone starts treading on thin ice. Extremely effective.
- Tell everyone you have cancer and say “PSYCHE!” at the end of the day.
- Drink early and drink often
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With one game left in the regular season, now is a good time to take stock of where a number of Nebraska players stand with respect to maintaining their redshirts for the 2019 season
All things considered, Nebraska should be a healthier football team with a healthier offense Friday against Iowa than it was last weekend in a 54-7 win against Maryland.
The party line at Nebraska has always been that no regular-season game is more important than another. The vibe for this week’s game is different, and linebacker Collin Miller listed the reasons:
Nebraska’s first starting safety, Deontai Williams, still prepares each week like he’s playing, Cam Taylor-Britt said.
300+ yards rushing for Nebraska. Nine for 10 in the red zone.
Husker Nation needed this one. A dominant win is a salve to soothe all wounds.
Scott Frost’s postgame interview gives a whole new meaning to the term “explosive” offense.
Definitely worth the click!
But the Huskers shot the cover off the ball again, too, using a big second half to pull away for an 82-71 win Monday over Washington State in the first round of the Cayman Islands Classic.
Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk showed off his company’s all-electric “Cybertruck” on Thursday, touting its versatility and toughness. But the truck’s unique design — it follows one angle from the front bumper to the top of the windshield, for instance — threw some Tesla fans for a loop.
My Take: This is the most ugly thing created with four wheels. No one and I mean no one is going to buy this thing. Tesla has been on such a roll and this is going to be their first miss. Also, the broken glass behind Elon as he is trying to give a serious presentation is a top ever cringe moment in history.
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