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Friday Flakes: Corn Nation on the Radio Tomorrow

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Yours truly will be representing Corn Nation on the radio tomorrow morning for a pre-game special. If you would please, tune in to Boomer Radio from 10 - 11 a.m. with James Sheil and Jeremy Slechta, with special guest Roger Craig.

They will be broadcasting from Starsky’s Bar & Grill on 79th and F.

I will be joining the show at 10:30 a.m.

Depending on where you are the coverage area goes something like this:

  • Omaha - 94.5 FM & 1420AM
  • Council Bluffs - 104.1 FM & 1490 AM
  • Blair - 97.3

You might even be able to listen to it online at

Sports! Sports! Sports!

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Here we go, here we go, here we go again.

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Predicting Nebraska's whole season
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Door open for Hickman to play Saturday?
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Moos takes questions on stadium alcohol sales, facility upgrades
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What makes Cameron Jurgens special?

What makes a coach like Scott Frost say, before ever even seeing Jurgens play the position in a live game, he could be the next great center at Nebraska? Why do things look so different with Jurgens on the field snapping with the rest of the first team as opposed to anyone else? The praise has been effusive all offseason, and even then that might not accurately capture how much Nebraska likes its redshirt freshman tight end-turned-center.

Nebraska Volleyball Position-by-Position Preview: Defensive Specialist | Hail Varsity
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The Nebraska Department of Transportation is conducting a feasibility study on starting bus service between Lincoln and Omaha.

Best Things I Saw On The Internet This Week

Recently read an article in the New Yorker (which I linked above) about a woman who is trying to bridge the gap between Ranchers and Wolf advocates. The ranchers want to protect their herd while the wolf advocates want to protect the wolves. I then saw this and the video kind of blew my mind. I am generally going to side with ranchers, but it did make me think a little more about how wolves could be tremendously important.