Today is Pro day for five former Huskers. Dicaprio Bootle, Jack Stoll, Dedrick Mills, Brenden Jaimes, and Matt Farniok will be showing their skills for NFL scouts. I hope they all are able to impress with their best and get themselves a place in the draft.
Speaking of impressing, let’s talk about Jazz Sweet’s performance on Saturday. She was looking like the Jazz Sweet that we’ve come to know over the last three years. This season has been a tough one for her and this performance and confidence from her couldn’t have come at a better time with Riley Zuhn out for the season. I’m happy for her and hope this is the Jazz we see for the rest of the season.
On to the flakes.
Sun Earns B1G Player of the Week Again - University of Nebraska
Nebraska volleyball senior outside hitter Lexi Sun has been named Big Ten Player of the Week for the second time this season, the Big Ten Conference announced on
Source: Husker baseball, softball prepared to host fans if Big Ten gives the OK | Baseball | journalstar.com
Nebraska Football: Dedrick Mills wants to work on this aspect of his game
Former Nebraska football running back Dedrick Mills wants to work on this particular aspect of his game in order to improve.
'Our guys fought back': Husker baseball team shows toughness in beating Iowa to win series | Baseball | journalstar.com
The win gave Nebraska (7-4) the series victory after Iowa took Friday's opener, and provided some validation that NU's offense is back on track.
Minnesota Golden Gophers hire Ben Johnson as men's basketball coach
Ben Johnson is returning to his alma mater at Minnesota, as the Golden Gophers hired him as their new men's basketball coach Monday.
Six more lawsuits filed vs. Deshaun Watson, including one alleging sexual assault in March 2021
Six more lawsuits alleging sexual assault and inappropriate conduct were filed against Deshaun Watson on Monday, including one that alleges the Texans quarterback committed sexual assault this month.
NCAA sending horrible message with women's tournament vs. men's
Whether it's the facilities, the meals or the media access, college sports' governing body is favoring the men's tournament so much you have to wonder what's going on.
Volunteers from abroad ruled out for Tokyo Olympics
Volunteers from abroad will not be allowed into Japan for the postponed Tokyo Olympics when they open in four months
Katherine Diaz, surfing hopeful for Olymipcs, dies in lighting strike
Katherine Díaz, who held Olympic aspirations, died Friday after a tragic lightning strike in her native El Salvador. She was 22.