Fox is altering its college football coverage by prioritizing its biggest Big Ten and Big 12 games at lunchtime on Saturdays, including at least several involving Ohio State. Besides the traditional noon kickoff for Ohio State vs. Michigan, it’s a good bet that OSU-Penn State on Nov. 23 will kick at noon, and the Buckeyes at Nebraska (Sept. 28) and against Wisconsin in the Horseshoe (Oct. 26) likely are in the mix as well.
What this is saying, basically, is that the best games are going to be morning games from here on out. It makes sense. the Big Ten tends to have that schedule to itself a little more than the other leagues, so why not capitalize on it?
Question is - do you guys like morning games?
I am guessing that if you’re a strong tailgater, you’d prefer a 2:30 pm game. Gives you plenty of time to get set up, get grills going, get some cold beverages going, and spend a few hours chatting with friends, other fans, and the like.
If you’re a fan of imbibing, you’d probably prefer the late games. There’s nothing like a night game at Memorial Stadium after fans have had the entire day to soak in some life-altering substances.
Or maybe not. Maybe you prefer to get up and go to the game with a clear head and then imbibe gobs after that, win or lose.
Nebraska Football: 2019 Cornhuskers Season Preview and Prediction
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Huskers Prepare for NCAA West Preliminary Round - Huskers.com - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
The Nebraska track and field team will travel to Sacramento, California, this week for the NCAA West Preliminary Round. Nebraska secured a total of 47 bids to the meet, with athletes ranking among the top 48 in the region in their respective events earning berths.
Scott Frost and Huskers DC Erik Chinander took a big step back on defense in 2018. Can they right the ship—and challenge for the West—in 2019?
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Academic and Campus Stuff
Summer memory workshop begins June 12 | Nebraska Today | University of Nebraska–Lincoln
An eight-week memory workshop led by speech-language pathologists and graduate speech-language pathology students at Nebraska begins June 12 at the Barkley Memorial Center on East Campus.
Free diploma replacement available to alumni flood victims | Nebraska Today | University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Nebraska alumni impacted by spring flooding can replace lost or damaged diplomas at no cost through a partnership between the Nebraska Alumni Association and the Office of the University Registrar.
State budget earns final legislative approval, heads to governor | Nebraska Today | University of Nebraska–Lincoln
The Nebraska Legislature on May 21 gave final approval to a two-year state budget package that would fund core needs of the University of Nebraska.
The budget passed on a 35-12 vote after an amendment to reduce the university’s funding by $7.3 million failed. Gov. Pete Ricketts now has until May 27 to approve, veto or line-item veto the budget.
More than 1 billion people are host to parasitic worms that take up residence in their intestines. For most, it’s a short stay, with the immune system evicting the worms in days or weeks and leaving no trace that the parasites were ever there.
When I first saw this headline “long-term parasites”, I thought it would be about adult children living with their parents. It is not.
Wisconsin football: Which plays should the Badgers run more when appropriate? - Bucky's 5th Quarter
The first of five roundtable sessions with our writers to pique your interest this offseason.
Michigan hires Juwan Howard as Head Men’s Basketball Coach - Maize n Brew
Juwan Howard is the new Michigan head basketball coach
This will be Howard’s first head coaching job after spending the last six seasons on the bench of the NBA’s Miami Heat as one of Erik Spoelstra’s top assistants. Fans are right to be concerned about a lack of head coaching experience, but by most accounts he is ready for an opportunity to lead a team of his own.
This sounds dumb, honestly.
Why I’m glad the NFL didn’t change its ‘unfair’ overtime system - SBNation.com
The NFL declined to vote on the Kansas City Chiefs’ proposal to alter the overtime rules. The Chiefs were asking for both offenses to have an opportunity to possess the ball in overtime. Well guess what? Both teams have that opportunity now: It’s called defense!
Then There’s This
Ms Spade says the process for her company, Recompose, places a body in a hexagonal steel container filled with alfalfa, wood chips and straw.
The container is then shut, and the body decomposes naturally within 30 days, creating two wheelbarrows’ worth of soil.
First thing I thought was .... you can naturally decompose a body into dirt in 30 days? This is great news for serial killers. If only they had the facilities, the knowledge. And access to rare materials such as alfalfa, wood chips and straw.
Here’s the website for this company. There are no prices listed.
So many questions.
What happens to unclaimed dirt? I worked with a cremation organization, and there were the remains of about... let’s say, 300 bodies in small boxes next to the servers I worked on. There are a lot of people unclaimed in the world, no families, and given the number of younger people who aren’t having kids, those numbers will continue to grow. Surely there will be unclaimed dirt. Do they have to keep it in a container, waiting for someone?
Does decomposed human dirt grow anything particularly well? (I’m guessing mine would not. Too much undecomposed bitterness.)
There has to be a joke with “rub some dirt on it” in here somewhere. I have to go to work.
Within a minute, Salim 3 has gathered up the orders and is out the door, a prompt, efficient fellow. I then conspicuously run outside, start my car and wait for him to exit the plaza. He pulls out in his Honda CR-V, and I follow right behind him.
Interesting, but did anyone really expect this to be accurate?
The more you screen, the more you find. And the more you find, the more you find that is not really something you needed to -- or wanted to -- find.
Something to keep in mind.
You ever get in a conversation with someone about food, for example, and you hear the question, “Why do you think there’s so much more cancer in the world?” It’s usually poised as an argument that we’re being poisoned by whatever corporation or big pharma.
The correct answer is that we have more ways of detecting everything. We have more screening. It’s no wonder we think everyone is getting sicker than they used to be.