This incoming Nebraska football player was extremely highly recruited. He also committed to another power five program before finally signing with Nebraska. When he committed and signed he was probably the incoming player who fans were most excited about. Also he is five feet nine inches tall. Very shifty and athletic wide receiver who the coaching staff also would like to hand the ball off to from time to time. He has received enormous praise from both teammates and coaches in his first run through fall practice.
Also he plans on wearing #1.
These statements describe both Tyjon Lindsey in 2017 and Wandale Robinson in 2019.
Just an observation. That is all.
This Week at Corn Nation
Nebrasketball Player Profile: Thorir Thorbjarnarson - Corn Nation
That leaves us with third-year guard Thorir Thorbjarnarson as the only remaining Husker on the roster who saw the court last year (Dachon Burke sat out as a transfer all year).
Crucial Cornhuskers: Seven Players Nebraska Needs to Play Well in 2019 - Corn Nation
While every single player on the team is important. There are seven players that I expect to make or break this upcoming season.
Nebrasketball: Southern University Preseason Preview - Corn Nation
I’ve been to Baton Rouge, LA, home of Southern U, four times for LSU football games. I even flew in and out of the airport there for one of the trips. I feel sort of bad that I never knew near the airport is a historic African American land grant school named Southern University and A&M College.
Nebraska Football Practice Report August 7: Offensive Coordinator Troy Walters - Corn Nation
The early part of the practice was open to the media. After practice, offensive coordinator Troy Walters and some of the offensive assistants talked to the media.
Of Bangarangs & Daggers Episode 13: The Road To Italy - Corn Nation
In this week’s episode our world travelers embark on a mission to Italy. There they battled the mighty forces of Europe on the hard court and won their first battle. Yes, it was to a team that was in line more with a JV squad but who really cares.
Jon’s Post-Life Crisis Episode 4: Faux Pelini and the Hype Train - Corn Nation
This week Faux Pelini joins me to answer a specific question:
Why Is The National Media More Hyped on Nebraska Than Husker Fans?
Five Heart Podcast Episode 136: Beth Merrigan and Husker Volleyball - Corn Nation
Say hello to Beth Merrigan, Corn Nation’s Volleyball Writer. In her Five Heart debut, Beth informs us that she’s a Nebraska transplant (but not going anywhere) who has loved volleyball all her life, and just wants to talk volleyball all the time.
Nebrasketball Player Profile: Dachon Burke Jr. - Corn Nation
Dachon Burke Jr. comes to Lincoln via Robert Morris. He sat out last season but practiced with the squad. He is one of the two players coming back to play for coach Hoiberg. The other would be Thorir Thorbjarnarson. So, that means he likes Hoiberg enough to stay and that he is good enough to play in Fred’s system.
2019 Nebraska Football Position Breakdown: RUNNING BACKS Dedrick Mills Maurice Washington Adrian Martinez Huskers - Corn Nation
Position Preview – Running Backs
Minnesota Golden Gophers 2019 Football Preview - Corn Nation
Minnesota is an easy team to overlook in the Big Ten’s West division. Last season, the Gophers finished 7-6, but ran hot (beating both Purdue and Wisconsin soundly) and frigid (getting trucked by Illinois and Iowa). After Illinois hung 55 on the Gophers, Minnesota fired defensive coordinator Robb Smith and promoted defensive line assistant Joe Rossi. The Gophers then went on to beat Purdue and Wisconsin to finish the season on an upward note. And with 16 returning starters, Minnesota should be able to build on that strong finish.
Johnny Mitchell was one of the best Nebraska players in school history. - Corn Nation
And that leads us to “The best athlete ever to play football at Nebraska?”
Nebraska Football Practice Report - August 5 JoJo Domann Not Cleared for Camp Yet - Corn Nation
Defensive coordinator Erik Chinander and defensive coaches were at the podium today. One key cog in the defense hasn’t been cleared for fall camp.
Nebrasketball: The Huskers Take On Italy - Corn Nation
The University has sent Nebrasketball across the Atlantic for a little summer trip before school starts this fall. Fred Hoiberg and the Nebraska basketball squad are in Italy to see the sights, eat the food, and play some basketball against some of Europe’s finest.
Sports Out The Wazzoo
What is Gregg Popovich doing coaching Team USA?
It's a brutally hot August afternoon, and Gregg Popovich is running back and forth between Mike Krzyzewski, Jeff Van Gundy, Steve Kerr and Jay Wright, among others. They're comparing notes as Popovich's Team USA players go through scrimmages.
Is the wild, wild Big Ten West college football’s most wide-open division? – The Athletic ($)
It doesn’t take all that much to excite PJ Fleck, admittedly. But Minnesota’s head coach has been beating the drum particularly loudly this offseason for the Big Ten West, and why it’s more intriguing than ever heading into the 2019 season.
Ruud says Honas now reacting, not thinking
Linebacker Will Honas wouldn’t call the injury a blessing — no one wants to come back from a knee injury — but it’s fair to say that the timing of it was probably as perfect as it could get.
Huskers improve to 3-0 with narrow win
Nebraska basketball improved to 3-0 on its trip to Italy on Thursday, but the Huskers had to work a bit harder to make it happen on Thursday afternoon.
Allen sees chance for multiple Husker tight ends to shine
Austin Allen wasn't quite there a year ago at this time.
But the third-year sophomore tight end from Aurora issues a declarative statement about it now: "I feel like I'm ready."
Noa feeling "100 percent" right in decision to come to Lincoln
As he looked for a new home in his final season of college football, Kanawai Noa focused his decision on two critical topics – quarterback and offensive scheme. Simply said, but not always easily found at the level a receiver hopes.
Leadership and Maturity Bring Additional Trust to Offensive Line | Hail Varsity
Nebraska’s offensive line is in an interesting spot early in fall camp. In some spots, the line is as solid as can be with returning starters who have a lot of snaps under their belts. Elsewhere, the Huskers have a lot of youth and inexperience including at key spots.
Young and Raw, but Nebraska's Luke McCaffrey is Making Strides | Hail Varsity
Luke McCaffrey does things that remind you he’s still a little rough around the edges, like firing a ball on a route tree into the dirt five feet short of his receiver. Then he does things that lead to speculation over whether he can actually be the No. 2 quarterback this season behind Adrian Martinez. Meaning he will have beaten out Noah Vedral (entering into his third season in this offense) and Andrew Bunch (more game reps).
Young and Competitive Tight End Room Not Slowing Down Recruiting | Hail Varsity
“We are always going to try and recruit the best player we can possibly get,” Beckton said. “With the addition of Travis [Vokolek], I’m still going to recruit tight ends. It’s the nature of what we want to do as far as the scheme of things. Coach [Scott] Frost told me to continue to look at guys there [for 2020]. I’ve pigeonholed two guys that I want to focus in on. If we have a spot for them, we will pull the trigger on those guys.”
Rookie running back Devine Ozigbo seizing opportunity with Saints
The New Orleans Saints always seem to find a scrappy, useful running back among the crowd of undrafted free agents every year. With names like Pierre Thomas, Chris Ivory, Khiry Robinson and Travaris Cadet having found success, it makes sense for the Saints to appeal to someone in Devine Ozigbo’s position.
“STICK TO SPORTS!” Nah
Luke Sky Walker wanted by Tennessee police | WZTV
The Carter County Sheriff's Office has a warrant out for the arrest of 22-year-old Luke Sky Walker.
According to the Carter County Sheriff's Office's Neighborhood Cleanup app, Walker has been charged with theft of property over $1,000.
Whatever happened to Villanova basketball star Shelly Pennefather? 'So I made this deal with God.'
SHE LEFT WITH the clothes on her back, a long blue dress and a pair of shoes she'd never wear again. It was June 8, 1991, a Saturday morning, and Shelly Pennefather was starting a new life. She posed for a group photo in front of her parents' tidy brick home in northern Virginia, and her family scrunched in around her and smiled.
I understand that Jordan Peterson is not liked by some and I am taking a chance here by posting this video. There is absolutely nothing political in this video. I think it is something most people should listen to who are nervous about sticking their necks out or scared about making a change in their life. Or are afraid of making mistakes.
That is why I wanted to post it. Maybe it will help somebody.
The Best Things I Saw On The Internet This Week
This little girl with cerebral palsy walks for the first time hand in hand with her brother by wearing an Upsee.— Buitengebieden (@buitengebieden_) August 7, 2019
Just look at the smile on their faces! pic.twitter.com/lmuuiSjzGW
Brah. Steve Smith Sr too funny.. real talk DJ Moore was shook pic.twitter.com/hTEulDi58v— Coach Coleman (@coachmcoleman) August 7, 2019
Socrates: “To do is to be”— ً (@taIIant) August 1, 2019
Plato: “To be is to do”
Scooby: “Do be do”
Have a great weekend and as always thanks for reading.