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Frost talks addition of USC running back transfer
With Nebraska senior running back Dedrick Mills planning to pursue a professional career, and the Huskers lacking experienced depth in its running back room, the Nebraska coaching staff knew it would need to dip into the transfer portal.

Enter USC running back transfer Markese Stepp.

Frost talks bowl game, special teams and more
First things first: Nebraska’s spring game is slated for May 1, according to Nebraska head coach Scott Frost.

In his first media appearance since Nebraska’s season finale against Rutgers, Frost hit on a number of topics on Sports Nightly, including the schedule for winter conditioning and spring ball.

Lexi Sun Poised for Strong Senior Season | Hail Varsity - Nebraska Football, Recruiting, News
The Big Ten coaches tabbed Lexi Sun as a preseason All-Big Ten performer on Wednesday. In order for the Huskers to make a leap from Elite Eight team to national championship contender, they’ll need her to live up to that projection and more.

Scoring the 2021 Huskers: Offensive Line | Hail Varsity - Nebraska Football, Recruiting, News
For two years running now we’ve done this series in the months immediately following the end of the season. It’s back. We’re scoring Nebraska’s position groups on a 10-point scale based on where things stand right now, before spring ball, relative to the various other groups. Each day will bring about a different room, but they will all be scored the same way. The three heaviest influencers on the scores: 2020 play, returning production, and incoming talent.

How Stephen Curry's 'organized chaos' fuels his record-breaking career -- and the Golden State Warriors' rebuild
STEPHEN CURRY KNOWS exactly how far he has left to go. Now that he's on the verge of passing Reggie Miller for second place on the NBA's career 3-pointer list -- he's nine away from passing the Pacers great -- Curry needs just 422 more to eclipse Ray Allen to become the top 3-point shooter in history.

From refugee to coaches dream: The story of Muscatine star Tim Nimely | OurQuadCities
Tim Nimely won his 107th match on Monday, but that incredible achievement does not tell his story. Nimely left Liberia when he was three years old to come to the United States. His mother raised him and his 8 other siblings in Muscatine.

Outlook remains bleak for fan attendance at Nebraska spring events, AD says | Football |
Bill Moos feels the morale rising among Nebraska athletics. Many student-athletes are beginning their seasons this month after lengthy delays. Staffers are returning to work.


How Long to Marinate Chicken (and All Meat) for Maximum Flavor | Bon Appétit
Marinating meat is like stretching. Stretching is important. You know, before going for a run or playing in your coed rec soccer league that you definitely don’t take too seriously. (Sarah needs to pick up the slack though. Everyone’s been talking about it. We shouldn’t have lost to the Lightning Bolts. Just saying.) But you can actually stretch too much, and when you do, your muscles get all messed up. The same goes for meat. You can marinate chicken, steak, pork, and lamb for too long. And the meat doesn’t like that at all.

Officials: Man allegedly hid at O'Hare airport for three months |
The man was reportedly "scared to go home due to COVID." He told authorities that he'd found a badge and that other passengers at the airport had given him food.

Giant predatory worms lurked beneath the ancient seafloor, fossils reveal
Preserved burrows found in ancient rocks suggest that trap-jaw worms have burst from the sand to snatch fish for millions of years.

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