The twitter account @EstHuskers sent out a couple tweets which had it’s Mount Rushmore for both Nebraska baseball and Nebraska football. I thought this would be a good topic for Friday Flakes.
Below are the two respective Mount Rushmores.
Nebraska Baseball Mount Rushmore— Est. Huskers (@EstHuskers) February 17, 2022
- Darin Erstad
- Shane Komine
- Ken Harvey
- Alex Gordon
Who else belongs? pic.twitter.com/D6dLmkdF9b
Nebraska Football Mount Rushmore— Est. Huskers (@EstHuskers) February 17, 2022
Tell me why I’m wrong. pic.twitter.com/sSKIR6108T
What would you change? What about some of the other sports?
Does Fred Hoiberg make the men’s basketball Mount Rushmore? What about Cookie Belcher?
SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS!
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