I found a bottle of Louisiana Hot Sauce in the SB Nation photo depository. So, that will be my title and the focus of this Monday morning.
That’s it, that’s all I have right now. Creative juices are non existent at this moment in time. Maybe, just maybe tomorrow I will have it in me.
Enjoy today’s flakes.
Adjusting on the fly in the face of a pandemic, Husker hoops recruiting chugs along | Men's Basketball | journalstar.com
There may be few programs as well-prepared as the Huskers for such an earth-changing event.
Husker polling: Which true freshman will contribute the most?
."I would say it probably doubles your chances of contributing or playing as a freshman," Scott Frost has said before of those who get to campus early.
Carriker Chronicles: The Huskers' redshirt numbers show Scott Frost is building for the future | Video | nptelegraph.com
On Monday's episode, Adam Carriker breaks down Nebraska football's redshirt numbers under Scott Frost, and discusses why it's a positive sign for the program moving forward.
Delayed decisions and virtual visits: A new world for Nebraska’s top prospects – The Athletic Rising juniors and seniors around Omaha are adjusting to changes as Nebraska and other major programs adapt to a new recruiting environment.
Gophers women’s basketball receives transfer from Nebraska center – Twin Cities
Nebraska’s 6-foot-3 sophomore center Kayla Mershon intends to transfer to the Gophers women’s basketball program, she announced Thursday.
Basketball transfer Trey McGowens commits to Nebraska
Nebraska basketball adds another commitment
Kamehameha volleyball star Keonilei Akana commits to Nebraska | KHON2
Keonilei Akana has committed to play volleyball for Nebraska. The Kamehameha volleyball star announced her decision on Instagram on Friday.
There’s Nothing Going On In The Sporting World
Illinois great and Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell dies - Chicago Tribune
Bobby Mitchell, a speedy two-sport star at Illinois who went on to star for the Browns and Redskins in the late 1950s and ‘60s, has died.
Mike Leach apologizes for 'offensive' tweet that included image of noose | Sporting News
The Mississippi State coach received negative attention from his own players for tweeting out a meme about the quarantine.
Tom Dempsey, historic New Orleans Saints placekicker, dies at 73 after coronavirus battle | Saints | nola.com
Tom Dempsey, whose 63-yard-field goal in 1970 set the NFL record and gave New Orleans Saints fans a rare raucous moment in the franchise's lean early years, died late Saturday
NASCAR iRacing: William Byron wins Bristol; Bubba Wallace 'rage quits'
William Byron easily won the iRacing event Sunday at virtual Bristol Motor Speedway after coming close in the first two eNASCAR races.
Hatin’ Ass Spurrier, COVID-19 edition - Banner Society
In times of trouble, we turn to our leaders for the saltiest barbs.
Can Gators, FSU match Cornhuskers in endorsement deals for athletes? - Orlando Sentinel Nebraska is taking the lead on athletes monetizing their name, image and likeness. Can UCF, Florida and Florida State catch up?
Study: "Conference membership decisions need to be made" for ODU. What does that mean for C-USA? - Extra Points with Matt Brown
The league is trying to cut costs, and so do the Monarchs. I'm guessing they won't be alone.
Why Are We Tired All the Time? - The Philosophical Salon
The coronavirus epidemic confronts us with two opposed figures that prevail in our daily lives: those who are overworked to exhaustion (medical stuff, caretakers…)
The Woman Who Lives 200,000 Years in the Past | Outside Online
As we confront the reality of COVID-19, the idea of living self-sufficiently in the woods, far from crowds and grocery stores, doesn't sound so bad. Lynx Vilden has been doing just that for decades, while teaching others how to live primitively, too.
How White Zombie’s La Sexorcisto Gave The ’90s The Metal It Secretly Craved — Kerrang!
On the anniversary of its release, we remember how a gnarly album by a gang of art students changed rock forever.
‘Forgotten’ Nazi camp on British soil revealed by archaeologists
A decade-long forensic investigation is illuminating a chapter of World War II in the Channel Islands that many would prefer to forget.