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Light is less today

Chill comes through the autumn air

Offense needs to score

Mankilling Mastodons

Lubick discusses Husker playcalling operation, 2-minute offense and more
Matt Lubick was among the Husker assistants before the media today. Let's run through some of the main items, which included some...

No. 9 Nebraska Meets Indiana Wednesday - University of Nebraska
The No. 9 Nebraska volleyball team welcomes Indiana for a midweek match this Wednesday, Oct. 13 on ESPNU.

'It's going to happen': Scott Frost and Nebraska are keeping the faith
After another devastatingly close loss, Nebraska diehards still believe in Scott Frost. Will the Huskers' hope translate to wins?

The coaching search that changed Nebraska: An empty jet, mystery NFL coach and 41 eye-opening days – The Athletic
As the clock ticked, a candidate fell into Nebraska's lap. But choices made led the program to mediocrity, just what it wanted to avoid.

Other News From The Sporting World

White Sox’ Tony La Russa rips Astros after ALDS, says he wants to manage again in 2022 - Chicago Sun-Times
La Russa called the Astros’ "character and credibility" into question, which is sure to create tension next season between the teams and between their managers — assuming both are back.

2021 MLB playoffs - How the Atlanta Braves rebuilt their outfield without Ronald Acuna Jr. -- and saved their season
Under .500 at the trade deadline, with their best player out for the year with an injury, the Braves got bold. Now, they're headed back to the NLCS.

Freddie Freeman launches Braves into NLCS with 8th-inning HR off Josh Hader
Josh Hader usually saves his All-Star stuff for the ninth inning as one of baseball's best closers.

Ferentz: Lions injuries left fans smelling 'a rat' | College Sports | qctimes.com
Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz said Hawkeyes fans who booed injured Penn State players on Saturday may have "smelled a rat.''

Updated CFB Hot Seats! LSU, FSU, Washington State and more: Bruce Feldman’s temp checks, from cold to hot – The Athletic
Gauging the pressure on college football coaches across the country, according to industry insiders, sources, coaches and more.

White edges Red on Chick's homer to even Husker baseball's Red-White series | Baseball | journalstar.com
The final seven-inning game of the Red-White Series is Wednesday; it's tied 1-1.

This Is Who Jon Gruden Always Was - The Ringer
Gruden is out as the Las Vegas head coach after a report detailed his history of making racist, sexist, and homophobic comments. But the questions about his emails don’t end there—for both the Raiders and the league as a whole.

What do you do if you are looking to counter Iowa Fans reacting on the internet after their #2 national ranking? Read “OTE’s Authoritative Guide to The Hawkeye Fan: An Anthropological Study of the Species” to find out. - Off Tackle Empire
It’s a jungle out there.

Bill Kelliher: “Metallica practiced for three hours a night before playing onstage for another two. Meanwhile, we were sitting around drinking beer and picking our noses!” | Guitar World
The Mastodon guitarist reveals what he learned from touring with the biggest metal band in the world, and shares his thoughts on The Black Album, 30 years on

College Football Hot Seat Watch: Ed Orgeron and LSU Entering Critical Stretch of Season - AthlonSports.com | Expert Predictions, Picks, and Previews
Examining the latest in college football coaching and hot seat talk, as LSU and coach Ed Orgeron enter a crucial stretch.

College Football Teams Are Scoring More Than Ever. Big Ten Defenses Don’t Care. | FiveThirtyEight
On the first full weekend of this college football season, with fans in the Camp Randall stands for the first time since 2019, Penn State and Wisconsin played t…

NFLPA urges for wider release of emails after Jon Gruden resigns
The NFL Players Association wants the NFL to release the hundreds of thousands of emails collected in the probe into the Washington Football Team.

Yellow Journalism

Cancelling the Beat Generation
Almost from its inception, the Beat Generation seemed to be doomed to failure. In and around Columbia University, a ragtag group of bohemians coalesced based upon an odd array of mutual interests.

Auditory Enlightenment