As we are trying to navigate these virgin waters of three losing seasons in a row, we must remember to not let our fellow Husker comrades swim alone. This can be done in a number of ways: politely remind our fans to not tweet players anything other then positive affirmations, talk about how Nebraska is better than Iowa, and invite each other to complain about the changing weather. Personally, I have started to tell my Dad the wrong start times of each game for which he texts me every Saturday morning. I am also considering canceling my YouTube.TV subscription, so I am forced only to listen to the game on the radio, much more productive that way.
At the end of the day, we have discovered what we all knew to be true anyways. John Cook has ruined Husker Football. We were doing just fine until he had to come in 2000 and instantly our program began to tank. People do not talk about this but if you start connecting the dots...well you have a lot of dots and lines. But at the center of those dots and lines is John Cook continually beating expectations and performing at the highest level in the country. He is the culprit.
Not really. He’s great. On to Flakes.
Husker fans may desire their glorious past, but they won’t have to look far to find it today.
With a bye week to use for recruiting, Nebraska football made a notable scholarship offer Monday afternoon in East Mississippi Community College defensive end Julius Coates.
For the second straight week, Nebraska put its boot on an opponent’s throat early in the game.
In Week 9 of the NFL season, a season-high 20 former Huskers were active on NFL rosters, two were on injured reserve, two were on practice squads and one was suspended. Here are the standout performances from this weekend.
The Nebraska running back recruit out of Port Orange, Florida, rushed for 266 yards and three touchdowns in Spruce Creek’s 41-20 win against Oviedo.
Purdue scored a touchdown with 1:08 left in the game to beat Nebraska 31-27.
Punch it in on two trips inside the opponent’s 5 and there are no glum faces in that Husker postgame scene Saturday.
Fred Hoiberg walked onto the court. “Welcome to My House” boomed from the speakers. Nebraska hit six of its first seven shots.
The Fred Hoiberg officially began for Nebraska Basketball on Tuesday night, and unfortunately, Nebraska Basketball came out on the losing end of things as UC Riverside pulled off the early upset by a 66-47 score. Although the score itself may indicate that the game was a runaway win, it was anything but that for most of the contest.
But until now, scientists have released very little information about results of tests in patients.
The Trump administration has formally notified the United Nations that the U.S. is withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement. The withdrawal will be complete this time next year, after a one-year waiting period has elapsed.
Dr. Jean-Jacques Muyembe says his story starts in 1973. He had just gotten his Ph.D. at the Rega Institute in Belgium. He could have stayed in Europe, but he decided to return to Congo, or what was then known as Zaire, which had only recently attained independence from Belgium.
After a record-breaking 780 days circling the Earth, the U.S. Air Force’s mysterious X-37B unmanned space plane dropped out of orbit and landed safely on the same runway that the space shuttle once used.
The first all-female spacewalk in NASA’s 61-year history is finally happening and will even take place a few days ahead of schedule.
Speaking into gusts of wind at the SpaceX launch facility in Cameron County, Texas, on Saturday night, CEO Elon Musk talked up the space travel giant’s newest innovation, the SpaceX vehicle Starship.