You give me hope with a win over Purdue and then lose at home to North Dakota. I feel it Nebrasketball, I feel it.
Though, I should have known better. This team is still going through growing pains. It will continue to surprise us with upsets and losses all season long. They’re good, but not good enough to be consistent enough to make us know what they should be doing.
Anyway, Christmas is right around the corner and Hanukkah started on Sunday. I hope you all have a nice and safe holiday with your family and friends if you celebrate.
Until then, enjoy today’s flakes and give us your favorite holiday meal in the comments below. I dare you to try and make the title meal and send us a pic of it.
'Beast off the bench' for Nebraska women's basketball team goes off again in win | Women's Basketball | journalstar.com
Sophomore Leigha Brown proved to be a 'beast off the bench' for the Huskers on Sunday.
Leigha Brown comes off the bench again to lead NU women | College sports | siouxcityjournal.com
LINCOLN, Neb. -- For the second year in a row, one of the leading scorers for the Nebraska women’s basketball team isn’t a starter.
Some words of advice from new Husker signees
Some recent Husker signees offer their advice to young players about to take on the recruiting process.
Junior Aho reopens recruitment
Nebraska’s lone commit who didn’t sign during the early signing period has reopened his recruitment.
Huskers close out five matches with bonus points as Nebraska wrestling defeats Oregon State | Wrestling | omaha.com
Second-ranked Nebraska won five of its matches with bonus points as the Huskers rolled to a dual win over Oregon State.
Scott Frost shows special closing skills in recruiting prep football hotbeds for Nebraska – The Athletic
The Nebraska coach handled a tricky situation well to keep RB Sevion Morrison on board and preserved the Huskers’ relevance elsewhere.
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Nebraska Football: Rex Burkhead shines for New England in big win
The former Nebraska Football running back is making his mark for the New England Patriots, and he showed his skills on Saturday.
Report: FSU hiring former Nebraska DC John Papuchis as special teams coordinator and DE coach. - Tomahawk Nation
Mike Norvell continues to round out his staff.
Patrick Mahomes, tortures Bears fan base at Soldier Field
Patrick Mahomes lit up the Bears and delivered a Mitchell Trubisky-related message in the process.
Instant analysis | Three impressions from UW’s rout of Boise State in Las Vegas Bowl | The Seattle Times
Despite a largely frustrating season, the Huskies finished with a flourish in Chris Petersen's final game as head coach.
San Diego State defense the last challenge for Central Michigan
Chippewas will play Saturday in New Mexico Bowl after remarkable turnaround under first-year coach Jim McElwain.
Kent State Golden Flashes get first bowl win in school history | fox8.com
FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Dustin Crum passed for 289 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 147 yards and the clinching score to help Kent State beat Utah State 51-41 on Friday night in the Frisco Bowl for the Golden Flashes’ first bowl victory.
North Central wins Division III football title
North Central College in Naperville won the Division III national football title Friday night, defeating Wisconsin-Whitewater 41-14 in the Stagg Bowl in Shenandoah, Texas.
McFeely: With Lance at helm, Bison didn't need assist from Montana State coach | Grand Forks Herald
Derrek Tuska unveiled a new celebration for North Dakota State football players after he sacked Montana State quarterback Tucker Rovig in the fourth quarter Saturday, Dec. 21.
Argos Take Division II Football Crown | WUWF
In only its fourth year on the field, the West Florida Argonauts sit atop of the Division-II football mountain, with a wild 48-40 win over the Minnesota St
No. 18 Villanova holds off No. 1 Kansas, 56-55 - VU Hoops
A nice Christmas gift for the ‘Cats, heading into the holidays.
'White Christmas' and the Triumphs of the Greatest Generation - Quillette
Michael Curtiz’s 1954 classic White Christmas is so popular that it generates new think-pieces every time the holiday season rolls around.
Why Miles Davis Wah'd | Reverb News
After Miles and his band went electric in the late '60s, he took a cue from a rock guitar master to pierce through the din.
The World's Banks Are Playing With Regulatory Fire, Once Again - Bloomberg
In an interview, ex-FDIC chief Sheila Bair says weakening the post-crisis rules is wrongheaded and that a Monte Paschi-type event could happen again.