College GameDay is coming to Lincoln and going to take over all of East Stadium. I am almost tempted to head up from Kansas to be a part of the atmosphere...almost. The stadium is going to be rocking, but I’ve already made the trip up twice, time to stay put for a couple weekends in a row.
We need to have some great signs so we can out-do the Iowa State vs Iowa GameDay a couple weeks ago. I was thinking along the lines of “Justin Fields pays above market price for his papers” or “
College GameDay? Ohio State does not play school.” You all are more creative than me anyway.
Have fun this weekend and GBR!
Huskers and College GameDay
Football coaches notoriously dislike anything that can distract their teams, especially in the midst of a season.
Have you heard? There’s a big game at Memorial Stadium on Saturday night. So make sure you get a good breakfast.
Nebraska Football is set to take on the fifth-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday in what should be a great game. With College GameDay coming to town and it being a night game, it just adds to the pageantry of what should be a fun evening.
It has been a strong first four games for Ohio State, which has outscored its first four opponents by a combined total of 214-36.
The Huskers rally in the second half to win a wild one in Champaign, Illinois. Gallery sponsored by Union Bank & Trust.
After a hard-fought victory on Saturday against Illinois, it was back to business for the Huskers. They trailed by 14 in the second half before mounting a comeback and winning 42-38 at Illinois for the team’s first road victory in almost two years.
Scott Frost took the podium earlier today to discuss a wild and woolly game in Champaign. He covered everything from injuries (no he didn’t - he refuses to talk about those) to his breakout freshman receiver and what the team and coaches think about College GameDay coming to town.
Dedrick Mills held the football snugly inside his right arm. And he vowed that it’s not going anywhere all week.
Tonight, the parking lot east of Memorial Stadium is being closed to the public so ESPN’s College Gameday can set up shop. The closure will last until Sept. 29th. The program can draw crowds in the thousands, and parking around the city on the day of the game might be difficult. The program runs from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., and with kickoff at 6:30 p.m., that leaves a lot of time in between.
Now comes the rest of the season for the Nebraska volleyball team, the three months after the Nebraska-Stanford match.
Nebraska blew a lead at Colorado and needed some magic last Saturday to survive Illinois with a victory. Neither game, however, curbed the excitement for what comes Saturday in Lincoln when No. 5 Ohio State visits Memorial Stadium.
While I was hoping that they would stay away, the ESPN GameDay gang must be hungry for Runzas, Chili, Cinnamon Rolls and Koolaid so they decided that Lincoln, NE is where they want to be this coming Saturday.