Okay, so I’ve been slacking on basketball coverage as of late. Life does that to you. So, here’s a rundown of what has been happening with Nebrasketball the past few weeks.
- The Huskers went to Spain and played a few exhibition games. Not a whole lot of the starters played, but they seemed to have a grand old time and went 3-0. I hope they got fat on tapas.
- Fred and his crew picked up the commit of former Ball State Gard Jarron “Boogie” Coleman. An all conference selection in the MAC. He should be a nice addition on the court.
- Also, transfer Ahron Ulis got busted for gambling while at Iowa. He is still listed on the Huskers roster so we will see what happens with him and the NCAA. Gambling is dumb.
That’s all I have today for Nebrasketball. I’m sure I missed something. Enjoy the Husker volleyball game tonight and tomorrows football scrap against the mighty Gophers of Minnesota.
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