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Yes, it is still Scott Frost Day. Jump on the bandwagon already!

Why is there a pic of Bill Callahan on the header? Well, that’s a great question...:)

Listen to this weeks Doc Talk Podcast. It brings up some “great” memories of the past 20 years.

Mankilling Mastodons

Nebraska setter Anni Evans personifies the heart of Husker volleyball | Sports |
During a press conference Monday, Nebraska volleyball head coach John Cook said that Nebraska is the heartbeat of volleyball in the United States.

Husker game sold out; Martinez loves plan bringing in new, young fans
The Husker sellout streak will move to 377 this Saturday, Nebraska athletics director Trev Alberts confirmed on Tuesday, thanking generous...

Creighton, Wichita State Exhibitions Highlight Fall Baseball Slate - University of Nebraska
A pair of fall exhibitions at Hawks Field with Creighton and Wichita State headline the Nebraska baseball team's fall slate, it was announced Tuesday.

We Better Start Winning, We Owe It to Tom Osborne - All Huskers
I hope we don't destroy what he helped create at Nebraska

How 8 Nebraska offensive linemen and 4-pound burritos form a pipeline good for athletes and a local business – The Athletic
Muchacho's, which has partnered with Nebraska athletes, wants to become part of the fabric of game days in Lincoln.

Heart of gold: Adrian Martinez celebrates Nebraska's Red Carpet Experience
Adrian Martinez had a great message Monday.

Other News From The Sporting World

Michigan Wolverines' Ronnie Bell out for season with knee injury
Bell, a captain and Michigan’s top receiver the last two years, will miss the rest of the season because of an injury to his right knee.

US Open 2021: Shelby Rogers expects death threats on social media after defeat by Emma Raducanu - BBC Sport
American Shelby Rogers voices concerns about death threats she expects to receive on social media after her US Open fourth-round defeat by Emma Raducanu.

Gonzaga coach Mark Few cited for DUI |
Mark Few was stopped “after he was called in as driving erratic and speeding," according to a Coeur d'Alene Police report.

College Football Hot Seat Watch: 6 Coaches Already Feeling the Heat in 2021 - | Expert Predictions, Picks, and Previews
Examining which college football coaches are already feeling the heat after Week 1 in 2021.

XLMedia buys Saturday Football Inc. for $24 million - NewsnReleases
LONDON, UK: XLMedia Plc announced the acquisition of the business and assets of Saturday Football Inc., a major online publisher of college football news for a total consideration of $23 million cash (c.£16.8 million) plus US$1.0 million (c.£0.7 million) in long term incentive shares.

Mountaintop View 9-6-21. Broncos lose late, Rams lose early, Wolf Pack & Aggies take down PAC12, Lobos win. - Mountain West Connection
What a weekend of college football! The Mountain West had some huge wins and some terrible-looking losses. Taking down two PAC teams is awesome, losing to an FCS school is not. No matter the...

This Is What It's Supposed To Be Like | Defector

How Easy Are Encores For Upstart College Football Programs? | FiveThirtyEight
Can the University of Louisiana's football team repeat last year's magic?

The Resurgence Of Joey Votto | FiveThirtyEight
After a decline and brief benching, the Cincinnati first baseman is back among baseball's best.

Georgia coach Kirby Smart concerned over latest COVID outbreak
Kirby Smart said Monday that a handful of vaccinated Georgia players have tested positive for the coronavirus.

Faux Pelini: Nebraska fans’ 50-year custody of The Streak ended. It’s up to you, Trev Alberts, to figure this out – The Athletic
Nebraska donors — and Trev Alberts — kept The Streak alive. But were fans trying to send a message of tough love?

Yellow Journalism

'It’s really made me question my faith in humanity.' Docs decry avoidable COVID wave - Flatwater Free Press
Mark Rupp has grown numb to people telling him he’s wrong, yelling that he doesn’t know what he’s talking about, when he encourages them to get the COVID-19 vaccine

Netflix’s ‘Drive to Survive’ Made Me a Formula 1 Fan - The Atlantic
I never gave much thought to the champagne-soaked world of Formula 1. Then I watched <em>Drive to Survive</em>.

NYC identifies two more 9/11 victims - Axios
40% of those who died in the terror attacks in New York, or 1,106 victims, remain unidentified.

Auditory Enlightenment