"What I want to see is fans dial back what they think Nebraska's going to be just because Scott's here," Frazier says. "Quite frankly, it's going to take time. I know people don't want to hear that. What he did at Central Florida in the second year isn't going to happen at Nebraska."
Sipp with a good column talking to Tommie Frazier about expectations for Nebraska football.
We keep hearing that it’s going to take some time. Does anyone really believe that? Or is the desire to have a winner hurting so much that the time frame is shortened to next season or the season after that?
How long before we become antsy, crazy people?
Friends, Family Help Simon Celebrate Senior Night - Huskers.com - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Such was the case Monday night. Long after the Nebraska women’s basketball team concluded its home season with a 74-58 loss to No. 12 Iowa, there was Simon, a graduate of Lincoln Pius X High School, hugging friends, taking group pictures, signing autographs. She knew most of them, and the few she didn’t, well, they certainly knew her.
The Nebraska Athletic Department on Monday announced baseball schedule changes for the Omaha game and Baylor series due to projected weather in Lincoln, Neb.
At least this is planning ahead. The home opener date has changed to Wednesday, March 13 against North Dakota State at 1:35 pm.
Big Ten Baseball (Mostly)
Baseball: Dunn brothers lead the way as Northwestern takes one of three at No. 20 Duke - Inside NU
Despite giving up 23 runs in the series’ second game, Northwestern actually played pretty well this weekend.
Purdue Baseball Drops 3 of 4 at #16 Texas - Hammer and Rails
Purdue got its first win of the year, but still had a tough weekend in the Lonestar state.
Illinois Baseball off to best start since 2015 - The Champaign Room
The Illini completed a sweep at FAU on Sunday.
Hoosiers swept in Knoxville: Three Things - The Crimson Quarry
Indiana went down to SEC country hoping to pick up a series win, but they’ll return to Bloomington with a losing record
The 2019 StitchHead Oscar Awards • D1Baseball
BIGGEST BOX OFFICE FLOP (The “Ishtar Award”)
– Minnesota pitching
COMING SOON TO A THEATRE NEAR YOU:
MMQB - How Hard Will It Be to Replace Trace McSorley? - Black Shoe Diaries
Tommy Stevens has some big shoes to fill
Gary Dolphin Suspended for Remainder of Iowa Basketball Season - Black Heart Gold Pants
The second incident this season for Iowa’s play-by-play guy
Iowa’s Gary Barta is tone deaf and incapable of change - Black Heart Gold Pants
Gary Barta is the person he’s always been and that’s the problem.
Minnesota Basketball: A Lackluster Season from the Team’s Upperclassmen - The Daily Gopher
While Coach Pitino has taken a lot of heat, some of the Gophers’ veteran players have let them down.
College basketball FBI trial: Arizona, LSU coaches subpoenaed. Now what? - SBNation.com
Sean Miller and Will Wade are being subpoenaed to an April trial.
Steve Spurrier is hosting his own cruise this summer - FootballScoop
A 172-square foot interior room with two double beds convertible into one queen-sized bed costs $926 for a double occupancy, while an ocean view stateroom with two queen beds and a 78-square foot balcony runs $1,541 for a double occupancy.
2019 NFL Combine: 1 player at each position who can boost draft stock - SBNation.com
From Kyler Murray to Devin Singletary to Dexter Lawrence, here’s who can help themselves most this week in Indianapolis
Then There’s This
In a damning new report, Casey Newton gives an unprecedented look at the day-to-day lives of Facebook moderators in America. His interviews with twelve current and former employees of Cognizant in Arizona reveal a workplace perpetually teetering on the brink of chaos.
An excellent article from another Vox site, The Verge. You wonder if it will lead to any changes at Facebook or the subcontracting company Cognizant. I doubt it. As much as we say we’d like to see changes and not rely on social media, practically no one is deleting their FB accounts are they? What about twitter, that den of hellhole and Russian bots?
And the problems aren’t only on dry land. Heavy drifting on ice roads left hundreds of ice anglers stuck across Lake Mille Lacs. The snow is so deep vehicles can’t get back to the mainland, leaving those stuck keeping a worried eye on their propane and food supplies.
Don’t know if you know anything about Lake Mille Lacs, but it is an enormous lake in Northern Minnesota. It’s one of the best walleye lakes around. I can imagine that if people are stuck out in their ice houses that it’s a potentially very dangerous situation. If they run out of propane, they’re gonna die out there from the cold.
I know there are a lot of cosplay shows throughout the year, and I know a lot of them are big, but there’s something about Katsucon that just makes people go all out.
This stuff amazes me. I don’t know all of the characters, of course, but some of them. It’s amazing the costumes people come up with for this stuff.
Love this so much.
We’ll end today with cuteness.