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Of Bangarangs & Daggers: Episode #5 - Nebrasketball Roster Breakdown and Ham

Roster is finally set so who is Hoiberg taking to battle next year?

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In this week’s episode Of Bangarangs and Daggers we take a deep breath and quickly go over the Nebraska basketball roster.

But first we reviewed our own weekend in which one of us was on an athletic team that stunk and the other was crowed a champion.

Two different sports. Two different results. Two different people.

Then we got to Nebraska basketball and mentioned some of what is expected offensively for this Nebraska squad. Also, who is going to play in the post? We heard that maybe it could be a 6’6” kid. Is that a good thing?

What did Doc Sadler say about Fred Hoiberg’s practice before Sadler showed up at Iowa State. it is probably why the hiring of Doc Sadler might have been as big of a deal as any player who has signed to play with Nebraska.

At the end we talk about ham. Why ham? Patrick suggested it as a topic as a joke. Well we ended up talking about ham anyways.

Plus, I had opinions about turkey which is probably not shared by many.


Follow us at @BangsAndDags. We are currently being followed by Mr. Kent Pavelka. We plan on tweeting more from the account particularly during the season. Maybe start live tweeting the games if that is something we think you all would enjoy.

If you have any topics you would like us to talk about or maybe questions you would like us to answer...like, “Who would win in a fight Fred Hoiberg or Iron Man?” then definitely send it to us. Or maybe you want to tell us how we are wrong then don’t hesitate to let us know.

Regardless, we’d love to get to know you. If you listen to us then you probably love Nebraska basketball, and so do we. So we at least have that in common. Everything else is gravy.

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