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  1. DE John Waggoner

    rivals has an update on him today. anything about nu?
  2. Trump Promises Megathread: Kept or Broken

    Wait, I thought Mexico was going to pay for it?
  3. Coming out with a subscription service for $20/year that will include classic games Online play for Switch games will be free until the full service comes online in 2018, at which point players will need to pay for membership in order to access online multiplayer. One month’s subscription will cost $3.99, with three months running to $7.99, and a year’s membership available for $19.99. In addition to multiplayer access, subscription also opens up eShop deals, meaning members will get money off new games bought through Nintendo’s digital download platform. Also included in that fee is access to classic games from Nintendo’s back catalog, updated with multiplayer support and playable on the new console. Nintendo had originally indicated that these games would only be available for download for a month at a time, similar to Sony’s PlayStation Plus service, but the company today confirmed to Kotaku that all the games under this umbrella would be available for all subscribers in a library. “Users can play as many of the games as they want, as often as they like, as long as they have an active subscription,” a spokesperson told the publication. It’s not clear exactly which of Nintendo’s retro games will be available down the line, but the company references Super Mario Bros. 3, Balloon Fight and Dr. Mario on its site. At launch, the classic library will only include NES games, but Nintendo says it’s considering bringing over SNES games too at some point in the future. https://www.theverge.com/2017/6/1/15727548/nintendo-switch-online-20-dollars-a-year
  4. CB Brendan Radley-Hiles [Nebraska Commit]

    Very good sign that he is writing a weekly blog for a husker site me thinks
  5. Had wrist surgery this morning.  They put a nerve block on my arm instead of putting me under. Arm still feels asleep and like it weighs 200 lbs. No pain yet though, so that's a good thing... 

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    2. El Diaco

      El Diaco

      Little did you know cameras captured the injury...

       

       

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      Seriously though, hope you get healed up.

    3. Thanks_Tom RR

      Thanks_Tom RR

      Enjoy...

       

       

       

    4. admo

      admo

      Speedy recovery

  6. Blackshirt time?

    Some bad MF'ers in there. Rucker, Foreman, Kelsay, Warren, Wiltz, Brown, Brown, Johnson, Ortiz And they allowed 590 passing yards (including 405 receiving yards to Troy Edwards) in their first game...
  7. What % of central Nebraskans go blind today b/c they are using cheap knock off glasses to view the eclipse?

    1. TonyStalloni

      TonyStalloni

      I'm more interested in how dark it actually gets than looking directly at the sun.

    2. Coach Power'T

      Coach Power'T

      I'm with Tony. I'm worried about the schools that are busing kids to places to see it. I fear for the kids who are the victim of other kids who think its funny to knock off their glasses.

  8. Fall Camp Updates - Offensive Line

    Brokop didn't make the 105, right? So he can start to practice on Monday when school starts? I am going to assume that he knows this is his last chance. Hopefully he can grab the bull by the horns and turn into a contributor.
  9. Trump-endorsed news sources

    Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart President Donald Trump’s decision to part ways with Steve Bannon can be understood as an effort to save his presidency after Charlottesville. It may turn out to be the beginning of the end for the Trump administration, the moment Donald Trump became Arnold Schwarzenegger. ... Bannon was not just Trump’s master strategist, the man who turned a failing campaign around in August 2016 and led one of the most remarkable come-from-behind victories in political history. He was also the conservative spine of the administration. His infamous whiteboard in the West Wing listed the promises Trump had made to the voters, and he was determined to check as many of them off as possible. Steve Bannon personified the Trump agenda. With Bannon gone, there is no guarantee that Trump will stick to the plan. That is why — too late, in retrospect — conservative leaders wrote to the president Friday to advise him that Bannon and campaign manager-turned-counselor Kellyanne Conway were too valuable to lose. Bannon had delivered for the movement, reportedly convincing President Trump to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accords, and to visit Israel on his first trip abroad. Bannon was also probably the only person who could deliver honest advice and criticism to the president, because he did not need the job. He is a self-made man, and not a Washington climber. Thus it was that Bannon reportedly told Trump that firing former FBI director James Comey would be more trouble than it was worth. He was right.
  10. ***2018 Recruiting***

    This would push up the average, no?
  11. Trump's cabinet

    IMO Bannon leaving isn't going to change a damn thing with Trump. The Muslim ban, "both sides", and "mexican rapists" is who Trump is. He is not going to have a come to Jesus moment all of a sudden at 70 years old.
  12. Despacito - good song or great song?

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    2. The Dude

      The Dude

      I'll check it out.  I wasn't a huge fan, but I liked them enough to pay money to go see them.

    3. Michiganball

      Michiganball

      Yea, not everyone's cup of tea, some of it is not just dark but just depressing, then again, some rocks, some is powerful, some electronica, some avant-garde and some is funky, real mixed bag. That Austin show, has a bit of everything and he has a couple female backup vocals that give the music a different vibe.

      If you liked the song cars, this is a really cool on stage cam performance with Gary Newman.

       

    4. suh_fan93

      suh_fan93

      I saw NIN back when Closer To God was a big hit.  Great show actually.  I'll be seeing them again in a few weeks here at Riot Fest.  Not sure what that will be like.  

  13. Fall Camp Updates - Offensive Line

    From Sam's latest roster takes published this morning. » Offensive line: Not the best day on Thursday — the coaches acknowledged as much — but some of the pressure combinations were tough to decipher, and third-and-long is never a fun down to practice for the offense, especially when the defense knows all the plays and the players and the tendencies. So, knowing that, the line had its struggles, but what I’ve heard (and seen a little) is Nebraska can run the ball pretty well.
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