Here you go friends.
(insert sarcasm voice)
I promise you that those players are faster and stronger than the year before! Also, it looks like they are using a little competition to breed better results.
They also know the offensive and defensive scheme better than the year before! We are going to be better than the year before! Can’t you see!
If not, then you need to watch the video again.
JD Spielman made a sighting. I thought he was on his way to Minnesota?
Looks like Dedrick Mills is the new leader of the team!
Time to break the video down...amirite?
Sports! Sports! Sports!
Patrick Mahomes' last-minute kneel-downs cost many bettors
Patrick Mahomes' over/under rushing yards opened as low as 27.5 and was bet up to as high 36.5. With 57 seconds remaining, Mahomes kneeled down on three straight plays and finished with 29 yards rushing, a costly outcome for bettors.
Taking stock of Nebraska’s early enrollees — who’s likely to crack the two-deep and who can back up big talk – The Athletic ($)
Nine signees and four new walk-ons are already on campus, with an eye on making an impact in spring and beyond.
Salary info released for Lubick; NU assistants' deals extended
The salary figure for new Husker assistant hire Matt Lubick is known, and the rest of the full-time coaches on Scott Frost's staff have been extended through the 2021 season.
Lubick will make $500,000 in his new role as Nebraska's offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach, after taking over the position previously held by Troy Walters. Nebraska had been paying Walters $700,000 a year.
Huskers finish with top 20 class, but Frost stresses work ahead
A program that won 13 games the last three years, combined with a returning head coach entering his third year, isn't normally going to land in the top 20 of the recruiting rankings.
But after Wednesday's February signing day, even without any Husker scholarship additions, the slight changes to the numbers in other programs' classes moved Nebraska up a spot from No. 21 to No. 20 in the 247Sports composite.
Frost discusses staff changes, wide receivers and winter work
There was no February signing day press conference in these parts, with Nebraska doing its recruiting damage in December to come up with a top-20 class.
But Husker head coach Scott Frost took a few minutes on the statewide 'Sports Nightly' radio show on Wednesday to discuss a few topics, including recruiting and a couple recent staff changes.
Frost sees good players in the portal, but a "goldmine" it isn't
The transfer portal, by its name alone, has caused some amusement since it came to be.
It conjures up silly thoughts and questionable Dad Jokes about needing a flux capacitor to enter it, or Bill and Ted's phone booth. Yet often it is akin to a third-string guy just deciding he doesn't want to play anymore at Georgia Tech. Or, you know, (insert any school).
Omar Manning's Potential, Weight Room Reports, More from Frost | Hail Varsity
Wednesday officially marked the 2020 National Signing Day around college football. But you wouldn’t have known it around Lincoln; Nebraska’s work was already done in the early signing period. That’s not to say head coach Scott Frost and the rest of his coaching staff weren’t still busy (there’s still work being done), but the quiet around Memorial Stadium meant Frost didn’t need to do any media.
Nebraska Recruiting: Frost Praises Husker Fans' Role in Landing Class | Hail Varsity
Frost elected not to have a press conference on Wednesday. Typically, that press conference is reserved for talking about the new players added to the roster, but there wasn’t any recruiting information to talk about. Frost did join Husker Sports Nightly on Wednesday evening to speak about quite a few topics, recruiting included.
Giannis Antetokounmpo and LeBron James divvied up the remaining 22 All-Stars taking part in next weekend's NBA All-Star Game on Thursday night.
The Pistons Traded Andre Drummond to the Cavaliers. But Why? - The Ringer
Detroit’s franchise center will cross Lake Erie to team up with Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson. Do the Pistons have a plan? Do the Cavs?
“STICK TO SPORTS!” Nah.
New technology reveals the rough sketches under da Vinci’s masterpieces
Before a painter can begin mixing their pigments, they first make a rough sketch on the canvas to help them envision the art to come. This was as true 500 years ago as it is today, unless you’re Bob Ross, and for centuries art historians have longed to see what the great Leonardo da Vinci’s sketches might have looked like. Thanks to some new technology and the dedicated work of experts, however, now we have caught a glimpse at the beginnings of a masterpiece.
Love Letters From World Leaders | Mental Floss
Richard Nixon was a romantic, Napoleon was a clinger, and Warren Harding turned out to be a smut peddler. Check out some of the fascinating love letters of seven world leaders.
U.S. Space Force Conducts First Missile Test | Minuteman III ICBM
The U.S. Space Force, America’s newest military service branch early this morning conducted a test of a Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile. The missile was part of a routine test of America’s missile force. Minuteman III is slated to be replaced with a new missile, Ground Based Strategic Deterrent, sometime in the 2030s.
The Best Things I Saw On The Internet This Week
A coyote and a badger use a culvert as a wildlife crossing to pass under a busy California highway together. Coyotes and badgers are known to hunt together.— Russ McSpadden (@PeccaryNotPig) February 4, 2020
Peninsula Open Space Trust pic.twitter.com/oS9BL5JOoK
It's a Super Bowl victory, not the purge.— Kansas City Police (@kcpolice) February 3, 2020