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Jon Johnston

So, what do you think of the offseason content ideas for Corn Nation so far? We have movies, historical markers and Nebraska food. I’m still coming up with my idea. There will be one or two more Numbers, Statistics and Lies but beyond that I’m not sure yet. It is the 150th anniversary of the founding of the University of Nebraska and I’m sure there are a lot of interesting stories there. I’m also right in the middle of an area of Nebraska heavily affected by floods. Definitely a lot of interesting stories.

Let me know if you have ideas for my offseason contributions in the comments!

Frosted Flakes

Huskers ranked inside top 25 in national post-spring poll | KLIN-AM
Coming off of a 4-8 season hasn’t slowed down the hype surrounding the Husker’s outlook for 2019.

I get that Scott Frost brought UCF from bad to really good in only two years, but without knowing who will be carrying the ball, if the interior line is ready to go, if the wideouts will develop depth, if linebackers can avoid injuries, and if the tight ends can be part of the pass game...well this ranking seems ridiculously high.

Six stats that put the Huskers' NFL draft streak into perspective | Big Red Today blog | omaha.com
Nebraska's NFL draft streak, which dated back to 1963, came to a close Saturday when no Nebraska players heard their name called. Before being snapped, it was the third longest

Nebraska football hall of famer, Army vet Dennis 'Duke' Emanuel dies at age 86 | Football | omaha.com
Nebraska Football Hall of Famer Dennis “Duke” Emanuel, who was an All-Big Seven defensive end in 1951 and 1952, died April 21 in Lincoln. He was 86.

Driving for 6: A spin around Husker recruiting and an interesting group of in-state prospects | Life in the Red | journalstar.com
Let’s take a drive and check in on some Nebraska recruiting.

TBL: Sam McKewon - is Husker baseball in a dangerous place | Huskers | lexch.com
Mike'l and Sam McKewon discuss what Nebraska baseball has to do down the stretch to get into the tournament

Nebraska men's golf record program's best finish at the Big Ten tournament | Huskers | columbustelegram.com
The Husker men's golf team rewrote the program history books at the Big Ten Championships on Sunday in Philadelphia.

Some good news for Husker outside linebackers coach in his treatment for throat cancer:

Sportsin’ Stuff Outside the 402/308

How Bryce Love can be a Washington RB and a doctor, explained by experts - SBNation.com
There’s a roadmap for pursing dual careers in medicine and football, sometimes even at the same time.

The Bob Emergency, Part I - SBNation.com
This is a study of athletes named Bob, made by a non-athlete named Jon

Ex-PSU president Spanier's conviction overturned
A federal judge has thrown out former Penn State president Graham Spanier's child-endangerment conviction, less than a day before he was due to turn himself in to jail.

Yanks' Sabathia records 3,000th career strikeout
CC Sabathia added another milestone to his Hall of Fame resume Tuesday night when he recorded his 3,000th career strikeout. He reached the milestone by striking out the side in the bottom of the second inning.

The Marvelous Moneymakers
The characters in "Avengers: Endgame" and other Marvel films are out to save the universe. Behind the scenes, stunt doubles Heidi and Renae Moneymaker are out to save the superheroes.

Messi Is More Dominant Than Ever — And Barcelona Is More Dependent | FiveThirtyEight
The star has carried his team to the Champions League semifinal.

Prospect X: The identity of NFL draft's deepest sleeper | SI.com
And now, he has an NFL home. The reveal of our mystery draft prospect...

A Letter to the Undrafted Free Agents | By Wayne Chrebet
Just remember that many years back, an undersized Jersey kid was running the 40-yard dash in gardening shoes before he ended up having an 11-year career with one team.

More Noise and Other Disturbances

Squid skin inspires creation of next-generation space blanket | UCI News | UCI
Transplants have several delivery methods, including enemas, capsules and direct instillation, to replace the diverse flora that maintain health and improve metabolism.

The dead on Facebook may outnumber the living in 50 years, study says - The Boston Globe
The number of dead on Facebook could outnumber living members of the platform within 50 years — and that fact raises serious questions about what happens to all of our personal data after we die, academics at the Oxford University say.

Turns Out, Solar Cells Benefit From A Caffeine Boost Too | IFLScience
Caffeine improves the performance of experimental solar cells, potentially making them cheaper and more efficient than silicon.

I raise my tea in celebration!

April: weld-cells | News | University of Bristol
The new method involves re-engineering the membranes of stem cells to effectively “weld” the cells together.

Dogs can tune out noise, just like people at cocktail parties
This discovery is useful for handlers of working dogs, who often have to summon their canines in chaotic situations.

Then There’s This

Fecal transplants may be best answer to antibiotic-resistant bacteria: Non-pharmaceutical treatment combats recurring Clostridium Difficile infections -- ScienceDaily
Transplants have several delivery methods, including enemas, capsules and direct instillation, to replace the diverse flora that maintain health and improve metabolism.