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    I seriously think Cav has a calendar reminder set on his iphone that goes off every few days that says "send zip code tweet about an OT today"
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    SlutMagnet, Rumpleforeskin, MeatCurtains, SpunkBubble, QueefBiscuit
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    Allen Johnson - Safeties Coach Turner Gill - Husker Legend and Liberty Head Coach
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    Allen Rudolph - Offensive Line Coach Mike Cavanaugh - Offensive Line Coach
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    Source Being someone who has a 4K tv, I'm interested in seeing how well this is done.
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    For as many times as you say it, you should just change your name to "I have a girlfriend." We get it, man. You're getting laid. We're all super happy for you. Other options include, but are not limited to, CMRA for "Creepy Mike Riley Avatar," ISoFG for "Inappropriate Shouting on Fridays Guy," or (and this is my favorite and real suggestion) IAAPNGBIGALE for "I'm a pretty nice guy bug I'm a little excitable."
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    WTF.....you said this would get me through till Saturday. That's something like 33 hours from now. You only posted roughly 9 minutes of videos.
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    first half: Second Half (with beer, not pop):
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    ***UPDATE*** Due to a recent politically-themed issue in the status updates, we want to reinforce and make clear that this directive covers more than just posting a politically-themed update. Board members may also be held accountable for choosing to post a negative reply to a politically-themed update. This is similar to how two posters may both be issued warnings if they choose to engage in personal attacks, even if one poster clearly initiated the problem. This is a zero tolerance policy moving forward. If you want to take political shots at anyone or anything, regardless of your political affiliation, it must be kept to P&R. These comments, however, must still adhere to Board Rules. ---------- Hello all, The Huskerboard leadership team has been discussing some potential tweaks to the status updates on the main forum of the website, particularly, adjustments to the content our members should and shouldn’t share on that platform. If you’d like to offer your feedback, please do so in a way that’s respectful of your fellow members. We’d like this to be honest but reasonable. As many of you know, the political landscape in our country is perhaps at one of its most critical times in history. Many of us carry strong opinions about elected officials and different policies at our city, state and national levels. Huskerboard has a Politics & Religion forum that allows members to discuss all of these issues so long as the commentary sticks within board rules. Some of this discussion has made its way into the status updates on a routine basis. These conversations have sometimes resulted in heated political debates outside of the P&R forum, as well as Warning Points and suspensions levied out to members who chose to attack or troll other members based on political viewpoints. We’ve also had several members (new and old) complain that these discussions are a turn off from the board. As such, since football season is here and this is primarily a Husker message board, the leadership team is requesting members limit their political/religious discussion to the P&R forum and keep it out of the status updates. What does that mean? For example, no more status updates on policies or actions taken by our president or elected officials. No more lambasting an elected official or another poster’s political views for their opinions on candidates or policies. The P&R forum is the perfect outlet for airing these grievances or discussing opinions on a candidate, elected official or policy. People are coming here first and foremost to discuss their interest in Nebraska football. Social media, newspapers and broadcast already offer plenty of opportunities to share or discuss politics. We don’t want to turn off current or potential members from the board this season because of political spillover into the main parts of the board. Does that mean one can no longer say anything politically or religiously themed in the status updates? No. However, we ask each and every one of you to maintain good judgement when posting something. If you think what you’re going to post could cause members of the opposite political party to argue inappropriately with you, posting your thoughts in P&R might be more advantageous. Should a political/religious-themed post start to generate discussion in a negative way, a member of the leadership team will likely lock and/or move the discussion to P&R. Anyways, the key takeaway is football season is here and we all love the Huskers. Let's do what we can to keep P&R in P&R as we focus on the 2017 Huskers. Thanks, Huskerboard's Leadership Team
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    The season is close, but not close enough. Enjoy these few videos while you wait for the soon to come glory (or doom depending on who is reading this).
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    Here is a bold prediction. By the time we play Wisconsin and Iowa, we will be favored.
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    All signs are pointing to a great day. I scouted teal this morning- had 26 come in to my little private pond between 6:30 and 6:45am. Should have a limit of birds early! The plan is to shoot enough teal to be able to serve duck poppers for the Oregon game! Quick recipe- Soak teal breasts in salt water 12-24 hours. Cut green peppers into quarters (about the same size as the teal breasts). Apply cream cheese to the inside of the green pepper slices. Lay the teal breast on the cream cheese. Lay a slice of jalapeno on top of the teal and then wrap in bacon. Slow cook in the smoker until done- game day favorite for years at our place. Especially so while playing the ducks!
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    On my morning drive I sometimes listen to ESPN 710 Los Angeles and Key Sr. is on a morning show. I happened to be listening today when they started a segment about how Al Michaels said he believes QB's coming out of college today are more NFL ready than ever before. Keyshawn and other hosts disagreed and Keyshawn goes on to talk about how high school recruits need to find the right system for their skillset that translates best to the NFL. He mentions this is what he went through with his son and naysayers were questioning why Nebraska and he said because his son is trying to get to play on Sundays and "Keith Williams is the best receiver coach in college football, period." He then gives Riley some praise and mentions that his QB system will translate well into the pro game so this is where QB's will want to play. The Al Michaels things starts around 20:20 Key Sr. on playing in the right system and Nebraska comments are at around 23:07 http://www.espn.com/espnradio/losangeles/play?id=20496598
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    I specifically didn't include DirecTV Now because it's a problematic mess right now, though AT&T did commit money and a timetable to fixing the problems with it. They've been adding tons of new subscribers, so it can't be too much of a mess, and adding a cloud DVR. Here's a recent article: https://techcrunch.com/2017/07/13/atts-streaming-service-directv-now-is-getting-cloud-dvr-parental-controls-and-other-features/ That had more to do with the insane deals they were offering initially (e.g. the $29/mo. for everything deal at the onset of the service)--here's an article from June where AT&T proclaimed that they were over the proverbial hump in fixing issues and that a new delivery platform/update was underway... https://www.wirelessweek.com/news/2017/06/analyst-t-over-hump-fixing-directv-now-issues-new-platform-way ...problem is, if you go to any of the cord-cutting sites, DirecTV Now still has a lot of things to work out, moreso than other newcomers that have been in the streaming media market for a while now (e.g. Hulu, YouTube). No provider is perfect, but DirecTV Now had more things to untangle than others (e.g. customers weren't able to use logins from their DirecTV service to access on-demand via channel specific apps for the longest time). It is good to see that they are getting subscribers though. Now, if we just don't have a certain paid shill in charge of the FCC kill net neutrality...streaming TV provider competition could really take off. Which would be a major boon for everyone that has access to broadband internet.
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