John Krasinski is the man.
I have been a fan of him since the days of Jim putting staplers in Jello molds to prank Dwight.
Yesterday I came upon a video called, “Some Good News with John Krasinski.” It is awesome. Not only does it give a little bit of an Office throw back, but it also shares good things that have been happening around the world.
Watch this for some smiles today:
Nebraska Sports News
Nebraska Was Awfully Busy this Offseason | Hail Varsity
Time in the hands of smart people is a dangerous thing. For the second offseason in a row, Nebraska's coaches had more time than they would prefer. Scott Frost seems to have put that to good use.
Nebraska golf coach Johnson, formerly at UI, perfecting players-first approach | Sports | lmtribune.com
Lisa Johnson, the two-decade collegiate golf coach and former leader of the Idaho women’s team, found out early that her “why” in coaching the sport means more than a list
Nebraska football makes the cut for 4-star running back Prophet Brown
The Huskers are looking to bring in some serious talent in the backfield.
Eric Crouch recalls facing Miami in 2001 national title game
Former Heisman Trophy Award winner Eric Crouch led the Nebraska Cornhuskers into the Rose Bowl to face the Miami Hurricanes in the 2001 national championship game.
ESPNU to Celebrate “National Nebraska Day” on Sunday, April 5 - Corn Nation
Memorable games by UNO hockey and Nebraska volleyball and football fill our sports void.
Big Red Business: Coronavirusâ financial fallout: How will Nebraska fare?
Focus now is on athletesâ well-being, but there will be financial pain too. Here's more in the latest Big Red Business.
The Rest of the Sports
From homeless to top NFL draft prospect - Javon Kinlaw's journey
Kinlaw, a defensive tackle out of South Carolina projected to go in the top 20 picks of the NFL draft, has come a long way from spending part of his childhood homeless.
Coronavirus: Postponement puts Olympic dreams in jeopardy
Many Olympic athletes are cash strapped already. Now, with the coronavirus pushing the 2020 Olympics to 2021, some are wondering how they’re going to finance another year.
Coronavirus: NCAA athletes who lost season get added eligibility
College athletes who had their 2020 seasons canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic will have a year of eligibility restored by the NCAA.
SEC, Big 12, Pac-12 to allow virtual instruction, meetings between coaches and players during quarantine - CBSSports.com
The conferences had previously disallowed such meetings to prevent competitive advantages
March 30: What to Watch in Sports This Week When There Are No Sports This Week | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
It's week three without sports. We know you're looking for where you can watch anything sports-related. So each week, we'll hope to bring you a combination of what sports content ...