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  1. DE Ethan Piper [Nebraska Commit]

    Player: Ethan Piper Hometown: Norfolk, Nebraska School: Norfolk Catholic Position: Defensive End Height: 6-4 Weight: 270 40 Time: Offers: Nebraska, Iowa, Ohio, South Dakota State Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: #1085 Overall; #63 DT; .8333; Rivals: 247: ESPN: Hudl
  2. Inside info for Calabasas

    So during Mike Riley's tenure we had a big pipeline going with Calabasas, many guys committing and getting excited about Nebraska. Now that pipeline has kind of died but I believe one of our assistant coaches (Held?) was there and reoffered johnny wilson (5 star WR for 2020) and a top oline prospect. I actually have a friend who plays for Calabasas and talks to all the big time recruits and he usually tells me stuff about nebraska and calabasas, even said himself he would love to walk on here if he were offered (he's a 2nd/3rd string guy on calabasas). Basically he told me he's gonna talk to Johnny Wilson about Nebraska and what he thinks about us because he said wilson has no idea where he wants to go right now. Also my friend said he never really had a college team to root for but loves it more then NFL, he said if gebbia ends up being the starter he'd be #GBR for life. So basically I got us an inside man for Calabasas and I will keep you guys updated whenever he tells me anything interesting.
  3. Player: Moses Bryant Hometown: Omaha, NE School: Elkhorn South Position: Running Back Height: 5'11 Weight: 195 40 Time: Offers: Visits: 6/12/17 (FNL), 10/7/17 (UV), 10/14/17 (UV), 11/24/17 (UV) Twitter 247 Composite: Rivals: 247: ESPN: Hudl
  4. Submitted for your approval (I love my Twilight Zone)
  5. Player: Bryson Williams Hometown: Lincoln, Nebraska School: Lincoln Southeast Position: Defensive Tackle Height: 6'2 Weight: 290 40 Time: Offers: Nebraska, Wisconsin, Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas State, UCF, Ohio, Air Force Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: #886 Overall; #61 DT; .8540 Rivals: 247: #52 DT; ESPN: #61 DT; Hudl
  6. Player: Garrett Snodgrass Hometown: York, Nebraska School: York Position: Athlete, Tight End, Quarterback, Wide Receiver, Linebacker Height: 6-3 Weight: 216 40 Time: 4.80 Offers: Nebraska Visits: 3/31/18 - Junior Day Twitter 247 Composite: #675 Overall; #57 ATH; .8627; Rivals: #53 ATH; 247: #57 ATH; ESPN: Hudl
  7. WR Zavier Betts

    Player: Zavier Betts Hometown: Bellevue, Nebraska School: Bellevue West Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-3 Weight: 190 40 Time: 4.58 Offers: Nebraska Visits: 3/31/18 - Junior Day; 6/15/18 - Friday Night Lights Twitter 247 Composite: Rivals: 247: #99 Overall; #20 WR; ESPN: Hudl
  8. Lee B. on Wisconsin

    Wisconsin wins because it adopted the Nebraska way. Why doesn't Nebraska follow the Nebraska model? http://www.omaha.com/huskers/bigten/barfknecht-badgers-use-huskers-old-blueprint-to-roll-along-against/article_a58e04c0-a636-11e7-a739-df65c3fb2179.html
  9. TE Chris Hickman

    Player: Chris Hickman Hometown: Omaha, Nebraska School: Burke Position: Tight End Height: 6-5 Weight: 195 40 Time: Offers: Nebraska, Iowa State, Ole Miss, Iowa, Wisconsin, South Dakota State, Minnesota, Kansas State Visits: 9/23/17 - Friday Night Lights; 10/14/17 vs. Ohio State; 4/5/18 Twitter 247 Composite: #291 Overall; #9 TE; .9049; Rivals: #14 TE; 247: #115 Overall; #3 TE; ESPN: Hudl
  10. Miles watched him on Sunday: http://www.omaha.com/neprepzone/recruiting/boys-basketball/aau-recap-nebraska-s-tim-miles-uno-s-derrin-hansen/article_3732e92e-6ff3-11e7-87ea-afe75ccbe781.html
  11. I found the below poll on an Omaha.com article about Diaco's defense, his approach and its impact on the team. I'm interested to see what Huskerboard thinks in our own poll and if we are in any way correlated with a larger, more generic pool of Husker voters. This is particularly relevant as we've recently had the validity of Huskerboard polls called entirely into question. Here's the article, for those interested. So far, this poll has 909 voting yes and 303 voting no.
  12. Player: Garrett Nelson Hometown: Scottsbluff, Nebraska School: Scottsbluff Position: Linebacker, Defensvie End Height: 6-3 Weight: 243 40 time: Offers: Nebraska Visits: 6/16/17 - Friday Night Lights; 6/23/17 - Friday Night Lights; 10/9/17 vs. Wisconsin Twitter 247 Composite: #529 Overall; #41 WDE; .8738; Rivals: #30 WDE; 247: #44 WDE; ESPN: Hudl
  13. LB Nick Henrich

    Player: Nick Henrich Hometown: Omaha, Nebraska School: Burke Position: Linebacker Height: 6-4 Weight: 200 40 time: Offers: Iowa, Iowa State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio Visits: 6/17/17; 4/17/18 Twitter 247 Composite: #299 Overall; #7 ILB; .9030; Rivals: 247: #69 Overall; #4 ILB; ESPN: Hudl
  14. SIGNED - OT Chris Walker

    Player: Chris Walker Hometown: Lincoln, Nebraska School: East Position: Offensive Tackle Height: 6-6 Weight: 275 40 time: Offers: Nebraska, Ohio, Wyoming Visits: 1/14/17 Twitter 247 Composite: #2035 Overall; #186 OT; .7991; :star Rivals: :star 247: #147 OT; :star Scout: #121 OT; :star ESPN: #96 OT; :star Hudl
  15. Sign the petition so we can show the administration how many people want this trophy back! https://www.change.org/p/university-of-nebraska-athletics-department-bring-back-the-5-bits-of-broken-chair-trophy?recruiter=545534642&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=share_email_responsive
  16. Hi, looking for a Nebraska game worn jersey, in particular the following players: #34, Trev Alberts #7, Scott Frost #50 Dave Rimington OR #30 Mike Rozier Thanks!
  17. SIGNED - RB Jaylin Bradley

    Player: Jaylin Bradley Hometown: Bellevue, Nebraska School: Bellevue West Position: Running Back Height: 6-0 Weight: 187 40 time: Offers: Nebraska Visits: 1/21/17 Twitter 247 Composite: #1524 Overall; #99 RB; .8208; :star Rivals: :star 247: #80 RB; :star Scout: :star ESPN: #97 RB; :star Hudl
  18. Player: Masry Mapieu Hometown: McCool Junction, Nebraska School: York Position: Defensive Tackle Height: 6-5 Weight: 293 40 time: Offers: Iowa, Iowa State, Nebraska, UCF, UCLA Visits: 6/17/16 - Friday Night Lights; 9/3/16 vs. Fresno State; 9/17/16 vs. Oregon; 10/1/16 vs. Illinois; 10/22/16 vs. Purdue; 4/15/17 - Spring Game; 6/16/17 - Friday Night Lights; 10/9/17 vs. Wisconsin Twitter 247 Composite: #858 Overall; #61 DT; .8434; Rivals: #38 DT 247: #82 DT; Scout: #34 DT; ESPN: #42 DT; Hudl
  19. SIGNED - OG Broc Bando

    Player: Broc Bando Hometown: Lincoln, Nebraska School: IMG Academy Position: Offensive Guard Height: 6-5 Weight: 285 40 time: Offers: Georgia, Louisville, Nebraska, Mississippi State Visits: 6/1/15 - Camp; 3/29/16; 6/18/16 - Big Red Weekend; 10/1/16 vs. Illinois Twitter 247 Composite: #1044 Overall; #45 OG; .8413; :star Rivals: :star 247: #65 OG; :star Scout: #56 OG; :star ESPN: #54 OG; :star Hudl
  20. Had someone that knew I was a die-hard Nebraska fan send an article to me about the most prejudiced places in America. Very disappointing that our favorite city shows up not once, but twice on their lists: These were the worst offending cities by category, per Twitter feeds of citizens of those cities. Now, I'm not sure that using Twitter is the *best* barometer, but it is one that's culturally relevant based on acceptance and usage, at any rate. Also, the original article that can be found here also addresses that they're looking for keywords/phrases, and that some cultures have attempted to appropriate negative slurs (e.g. the "N" word and African American culture) and that this isn't filtered out by their methods. Anyway, thought this was interesting, especially in the context of recruiting for our University, as the last thing we need is for kids to be told that Lincoln is one of the most prejudiced places in America (whether or not the data is legitimate).
  21. SIGNED - TE Austin Allen

    Player: Austin Allen Hometown: Aurora, Nebraska School: Aurora Position: Tight End Height: 6-8 Weight: 220 40 time: Offers: Nebraska Visits: 3/12/16 - Junior Day; 4/14/16; 4/16/16 - Spring Game; 6/17/16 - Friday Night Lights; 9/3/16 vs. Fresno State; 9/10/16 vs. Wyoming; 9/17/16 vs. Oregon; 10/1/16 vs. Illinois; 10/22/16 vs. Purdue; 11/19/16 vs. Maryland Twitter 247 Composite: #800 Overall; #40 TE; .8512; :star Rivals: :star 247: #35 TE; :star Scout: #23 TE; :star ESPN: #18 TE-H; :star Hudl
  22. Player: Edward Chang Hometown: Papillion, Nebraska School: Papillion-LaVista AAU: MoKan Elite Position: Small Forward Height: 6-7 Weight: 180 Offers: Creighton, Nebraska Visits: 1/12/16 vs. Minnesota; 9/3/16 - Football vs. Fresno State Twitter Rivals: #146 Overall; :star 247: Scout: ESPN: Hudl
  23. Fyfe-3PO Tommy Boyega Jar Jar Perkins Luke Neuheisel
  24. Scott Frost and the Future

    I want this to be a serious thread for all questions relating to SF's future. What are the chances he does well at UCF? What are the chances he ends up at Nebraska? Can he recruit to a school that doesn't have the College of Nike Apparel appeal? Just wanted to hear other people's thoughts. Also, I'm currently a freshmen at UNL and was wondering if anyone else on HB is currently at UNL, or if it is all older fans that remember the good ol' days? I'd love to see the differences in opinions between generations. Oh, and GBR!
  25. Link to the LJS Article Notes from the article: This is something many of us have asked all season long--if you know you have a QB that can't handle the plays that are being called, why the heck are you calling them in the first place? Perhaps the local media was being kind in waiting until the end of the regular season, to give Riley, Langsdorf, et al, the benefit of the doubt. But it's evident they're seeing what many folks have pointed out here, usually during gameday threads--that Riley and Langsdorf really did not do what was sold to the 'Husker fans at the beginning of the season in this regard...or worse yet, they did set out to do this, and failed in their attempt to do so. I think between Sipple's column and McKeown's article in the aftermath of the Iowa debacle, it's evident that the grace period for Riley and company (for whatever grace period was given) is now over, and the local pundits are seeing what many folks have been complaining about for some time--that Langsdorf isn't putting these kids in a position to win with his playcalling and coaching. I guess the honeymoon is over?
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