The Husker men’s indoor track and field team brought home a conference title this past week. Head Coach Gary Pepin earned Big Ten Men’s Indoor Coach of the Year honors for the third time in his career. The Huskers edged Indiana last weekend to claim their third Big Ten indoor title and first since back-to-back victories in 2015 and 2016. Congratulations Huskers and Coach!
Now that the indoor track season is coming to a close...looks outside...well, maybe they will be running indoors for a while longer yet. In Jon’s Frosted Flakes yesterday, he mentioned the changes in the Husker baseball schedule because of the weather. More specifically, it is because of snow. We have several inches on the ground and people to the north and south of us have it worse.
We have one spot on the ranch where the snow drifts are over the fences. The snow is so hard that the cattle can walk over the fence. I spent the better chunk of a day building a temporary electric fence in freakin’ snow drifts! Seriously, I’m over winter. Take me straight to days where everyone is complaining about the heat.
Looking ahead on the weather forecast, I don’t see any days ABOVE freezing until we get past mid-March. Arggghhh!
Nebraska Wins 2019 Big Ten Men's Indoor Track & Field Championships - Big Ten Conference
The Nebraska men’s indoor track & field team picked up four points in the final event (the 4x400 relay) to come from behind and win the 2019 Big Ten Men’s Indoor Track & Field Championships
Former Huskers lead Stallions to victory, Mike Riley loses in AAF week three | Sports | dailynebraskan.com
Several former Huskers fared well in week three of play for the Alliance of American Football.
But the ‘Stallions’ is still a dumb team name.
Former Husker Gregory suspended indefinitely again | Huskers | fremonttribune.com
Randy Gregory's football career again is in doubt.
Huskers Post 5-0 Victory in Beach Opener - Huskers.com - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
The Nebraska beach volleyball team began its 2019 season with a 5-0 sweep of Missouri Baptist in the Hawks Championship Center on Tuesday.
Indoor beach volleyball? That sounds like a very Nebraska thing to do.
Sportsin’ Stuff Outside the 402/308
I went through the NFL Combine. These were the most awkward parts. - SBNation.com
Retired NFL lineman Geoff Schwartz explains what it’s like to be measured in front of a room full of scouts and to get asked questions from coaches who want to make you cry.
Iowa's McCaffery livid after he, son both T'd up
Iowa coach Fran McCaffery screamed profanities at referee Steve McJunkins after Tuesday's loss against Ohio State, according to the Toledo Blade. McCaffery and his son, guard Connor McCaffery, both received technicals near the end of the game.
Women's bracketology - What we know and what's up in the air
Six teams are vying for No. 1 seeds. UConn will be in Albany. Five mid-majors are locks. But will Louisville or Notre Dame end up in Chicago?
I’ve tried to be diplomatic when it comes to the state of Nebraska women’s basketball, but both teams in the state to our north are likely headed for the NCAA tournament without the benefit of two top 20 recruiting classes in a row. Nebraska needs to step up its game - literally.
The Difference Between Life and Death | By Alex Honnold
Alex Honnold makes history by becoming the first person to climb El Capitan with no rope or safety gear.
MLS reaching new heights, but this may only be the beginning
MLS commissioner Don Garber has overseen a dramatic transformation since taking over in 1999, and the league is showing no signs of slowing down.
More Noise and Other Disturbances
World's biggest bee found - The University of Sydney
The world's biggest bee, Megachile pluto, or Wallace's giant bee, has been rediscovered in Indonesia having been last seen in 1981. Find out how Dr Simon Robson from the University of Sydney and colleagues found the lost species.
New 'interspecies communication' strategy between gut bacteria and mammalian hosts uncovered: Study describes molecular language bacteria use to control host genes and development -- ScienceDaily
Bacteria in the gut do far more than help digest food in the stomachs of their hosts; they can also tell the genes in their mammalian hosts what to do.
You are what you eat takes on a whole new meaning!
20-million-year-old tusked sea cow is Central America’s oldest marine mammal – #FloridaMuseumScience
Steven Manchester didn’t set out to discover Central America’s oldest known marine mammal. He was hoping to find fossil plants.
Then There’s This
How Did This Ram Skull Get Inside A Tree?
The most fascinating ram skull in our archives is fully encased in the trunk of a 200-year-old tree.