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      *NEW* Husker Football Commits - DE Casey Rogers, RB Miles Jones, WR Dominick Watt   01/16/2018

      Huskers get a commitments from   Avon, Connecticut Defensive End Casey Rogers Fort Lauderdale, Florida Running Back/Wide Receiver Miles Jones Hollywood, Florida Wide Receiver Dominick Watt   See the 2018 Class   Who's Next?
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      The 2018 HuskerBoard Starting Lineup   01/17/2018

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  1. Should we be surprised?

    And the one in TX yesterday. I didn't see much of anything about either of these. It's no longer the big breaking news story.
  2. ***2017 VISITOR LIST***

    There's an OT from Florida, who holds a UCF offer visiting this weekend, per Rivals. 3* OT doesn't have an offer yet. Willie Canty, offer list doesn't look too impressive, Louisville, UCF and USF are the best offers out there. A couple of SEC schools have shown some interest. *edit never mind saw this was from last week. Keeping track of the day is hard.
  3. Government shutdowns

    @dudeguyy I can't access the link here at work, any indication on wall funding in this approved plan?
  4. Huskers in the Super Bowl

    Rex also go lit up. He did a little drag route and the LB jarred the ball lose with a massive hit. I don't recall seeing him much after that. He may have been injured slightly on that play.
  5. Huskers in the Super Bowl

    Garoppolo gets a $50k+ bonus if the Pats lose the SB as well. Dude is gonna get paid. Basically for a team he used to play making the SB, he is going to get at least $130k+ bonus. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2755282-jimmy-garoppolo-receives-79k-bonus-for-patriots-reaching-super-bowl-lii
  6. Would you want to......

    Just for the benefits, yes. Everything else would be gravy.
  7. Aztecas by Sapp brothers. I have no idea why so many people love that place. I'll take some issue with @KnappIc about Stella's. Not a better burger around. Maybe it's the Bellevue bias as I've been eating there since I was 5, but there's no place better in Omaha for a burger.
  8. The Republican Utopia

    Wait...a baby is allowed to be born in the 9th month?? What is this, Russia? Why are we allowing this?? Those stupid liberal states. We need to fix this NOW. No more births from the womb in the 9th month.
  9. Anyone brave enough to try these? And why even do this? Is KFC trying sell their gravy by the vat?? http://www.extracrispy.com/drinks/4744/kfc-releases-trio-of-gravy-based-cocktail-recipes
  10. NCAA Looks to Adjust Transfer Rules

    The issue is how soft and slow the NCAA moves with punishment. It may be worth it to tamper and get a stud because you likely won't face punishment for 5-6 years. And in the case of UNC and their fake classes, face no punishment at all. Then that's not even factoring how inconsistent NCAA punishments are. For a coach with questionable standards (Petrino for example) he'll have no worries about tampering because he knows he'll get away with it for years before anything happens.
  11. NCAA Looks to Adjust Transfer Rules

    If it passes, it'll be 2-3 years of the wild wild west and they will have to reel it back in some. I think logically it would make sense to allow immediate transfers after coaching changes or university sanctions and leave grad transfer rules the same. All other transfers sit out one year.
  12. Immigration Ban

    How do green cards work? He's married to an American citizen for years, he should able to obtain a green card no problem*. Why did he not do that? Seems like an easy fix for him and his family. * However easy it is to get a green card, I've never had to research that.
  13. Huskers in the Super Bowl

    3 of the 4 have former Huskers. Rex (who should be active against the Jags) will be an active player and VV is on IR for the Pats as well. If he wasn't hurt, he would be on the active roster as well.
  14. Another factor for this, it gives the aging generation more chance to stay independent. I know for me, the time is not too far into the future where I'll be talking to my parents (both early 80s) about relinquishing their driver's license. Now, outside of really not being able to drive, they are fully capable of living independently. Either they would have to pay a lot on a regular basis for cabs or ubers to get to their many doctor appointments, and the grocery store or anywhere else to travel or move to some sort of assisted facility. It's going to be a tough talk, but they shouldn't be on the road much longer. That said, if they could get one of these, they wouldn't have to move from the family home, which they have owned for 30 years.
  15. I, for one, am all for this. Not only self driving cars, I can imagine in about 20 years, where no one in my family will own a car. Just request one when we need it and it takes us where we go. Why pay insurance or car payments when I can just have an uber-service for a flat monthly fee? And no one would need to drive me around. No more car accidents, reduced emissions, no more reliance on fossil fuels. So many other benefits. https://www.engadget.com/2018/01/12/gm-fully-autonomous-car-no-wheel-2018/
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