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  1. 5 points
    Has already met all NCAA eligibility requirements. Kearney Catholic isn't currently set up to let students graduate early but they are working on him to make the necessary changes for him to be an early enrollee.
  2. 3 points
    Not that far away.... We aren't going to keep up getting a commit every 10 days.
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    Somebody who a few days earlier I had no idea they were interested in us or had much contact with the staff.
  5. 3 points
    It may not be a good look, but it's hard for a young man not to respond publicly when people are trashing your work ethic, skill, and loyalty publicly. Even then I think these guys have been pretty diplomatic.
  6. 2 points
    Player: Markus Ilver Hometown: School: AAU: Position: Small Forward Height: Weight: Major 7 Offers: Nebraska Visits: Twitter: 247 Composite: Rivals: 247: ESPN: Highlights
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    Welcome back. You aren't looking hard enough and in enough places then. I wasn't at the beginning either...I didn't think there was a problem. Then I dug in and realized we've made very little progress in the past 50 years (with systemic racism)
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    Saw this scouting report on Kpai... I guess this is the appropriate place to put it. https://cfbsaturdays.com/randoph-kpai-a-quick-look-at-what-the-huskers-are-getting/
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    The problem with masks is when you put one on to make a quick trip to the convenience store and remember when you get into the car you haven’t brushed your teeth yet and you get a whiff of your own breath.
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    247 shows Fisher and Chins as the recruiters - I'm not sure where they get that info, but I'd assume DB if it's the case.
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    There is a difference in "no excuse" and valid excuse....I think we are still a year or two away from really seeing what NU has (2021/2022). Starting a brand new DL, no JD, seems like only Wan'dale returns with more than one catch, ILB, another new coordinator etc.....Throw in a murderers row our last 5 games (not like the first 7 have a gimme) and there are A TON of valid reasons we might struggle next year. Athleticism, culture, not his guys etc shouldn't even been mentioned. The vast majority of guys getting snaps should be guys recruited for the system or are in year3 with Frost and Co. To the former players speaking out, I can't imagine them agreeing that they performed poorly, were in their natural position etc....No one wants to admit they failed to meet expectations...Maybe the staff overlooked them. Bottom line, that had to be a lot of drama and he said/she said BS in the locker room. Not good for the team, the staff or the individual players impacted....
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    Pipe it down drama queen. He’s just a fan posting on a message board. Good lord.
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    I don't get the concern about the D-Line recruiting. It's not a priority this year because right now they have 12 on scholarship and only 1 Sr, which means they will be sitting on 11 scholies at the DL spot for next year. 11 is your target number for D-line. Now I don't mind them recruiting 1 DL guy if they can get a difference maker but 12 is the most you want to have. It might also be smart to get 1 this cycle because the JR class has 6 DL in it and that's a lot to recruit in one cycle. Trouble is we are already overallocated at LB and overstocking at 1 position leaves a shortage at another so that's why you want to remain in the 10-12 range at DL if you can help it and not get too crazy. It's clear they are trying to fix the LB spot and that's why they loaded up. I think some existing players are on notice. I think another position that they will hit hard is DB's. I think we are down to 13 there and we have 3 sr's so we need to get 5 to hit the target number of 15. Getting 4 would be acceptable if you want to try and get your numbers spread out over time.
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    640 miles 9 hours and 39 minutes. 20 hours if I bring the kids
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    Completely dodged a question about specifically what he has learned and why he wasn't aware after mentioning learning and being more aware multiple times, lol. Again I hate Iowa, but he looks super out of touch. Says he didn't apologize and "thinks players know how he feels," which is presumably unapologetic.
  25. 1 point
    I am going to make a guess that is almost certainly wrong, but based on some recent tweeting from some of the current commits... Fidone. Call it wishful thinking.
  26. 1 point
    Latrell Neville
  27. 1 point
    Maybe don't sell what it is and has recently been.. I like the can be part.
  28. 1 point
    Every single fanbase also speculates on whether the coaching staff handled things as well as they could have. It is what it is. The only legit concern is how the larger college football world looks at Husker culture at the moment, given that recruits, staff, scouts, and media make decisions that affect the team moving forward. I think everyone is waiting for and rooting for the Scott Frost era to take hold, but the evidence just isn't there yet. Winning cures everything.
  29. 1 point
    The stock market is better than going to Cedar Point right now.
  30. 1 point
    Here is a recent article from the Tulsa World on the Tulsa Race Massacre. It details what happened 99 years ago last week. https://www.tulsaworld.com/tulsa-race-massacre-this-is-what-happened-in-tulsa-in-1921/collection_3763032b-1ecb-5203-b256-2ba1c370f6af.html?utm_source=pocket-newtab#9
  31. 1 point
    Let's assume Trump loses. He's gonna have his own show on OANN until he dies, right?
  32. 1 point
    Just very sad for him. Never should have happened. That unit in the Buffalo PD is an absolutely embarrassment to the uniform.
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    Player: Ramses Melendez Hometown: School: AAU: Position: Point Guard Height: Weight: Major 7 Offers: Nebraska Visits: Twitter: 247 Composite: Rivals: 247: ESPN: Highlights
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    While I remember being taught about stuff like Jim Crow and and the Trail of Tears as a kid I wonder if stuff like that should be taught again in HS. On another note I grew up like an hour drive from 2 different reservations. Would’ve been really cool and a great learning experience to take a field trip there and watch a pow wow or something. Maybe kids can’t really appreciate the culture behind it but I thought NA culture (specifically pacific NW) was really cool when I was younger. As far as Columbus goes its weird how much misinformation is spread about him. Things like that he was sailing to India which is why the indigenous people got the name ‘indians’. He was actually sailing to Japan. He was arrested and jailed for his mistreatment of Spanish colonists and the native Taino people he became governor of in the encomiendo system. The Spanish crown sent an investigator over and the report of his savage tyranny was found in 2006. Bartolome de Las Casas was a priest who transcribed Columbus’ diary which is where most of our information on him comes from. Las Casas ended up forfeiting his own encomienda and advocated for the rights of the native people. He documented most accounts of the atrocities that took place as the Spanish colonized the Americas. Although, in his fight for rights for the natives he proposed they bring in African slaves. It’s debated whether he had any affect on the creation of the trans Atlantic slave trade or not. Sorry I went so off topic.
  35. 1 point
    One fan doesn't represent a fan base that numbers in the millions.... JD very much represents JD.
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    This article mentions Big Red Recipes way on the bottom. Said it was on you tube. I am assuming she is talking about Huskerboard. There is a recipe way on the bottom of the page. https://anaffairfromtheheart.com/beer-cheese-pasta-sauce/
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    Things I never learned about in school: • Tulsa Massacre • Jim Crow • Redlining • The U.S. shipping Jews back to axis-europe • Churchill's pretty disgusting racism • Christopher Columbus slaughtering indigenous people • The G.I. Bill, Homesteaders Act, etc. But my 3rd grade teacher did talk about attending a "fascinating" Ku Klux Klan rally in NC in the 90's
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    Runzas: Dough filled with cabbage & onions and browned seasoned-(as you wish)-burger of any kind !! (Deer, elk, buffalo, moose, beef, turkey-(originally made with beef) and Colby Jack Cheese or cheese of your choicel For The Dough: 2 pkgs. active dry yeast 1/2 tsp sugar 1/2 cup warm water 1/2 cup shortening 1/2 cup sugar 1 egg, beaten 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 cup water, boiling 1 cup milk 7 cups unbleached flour For The Filling: 1-1/2 lbs, lean ground beef 1 good sized onion (equal parts red, white and yellow onion), medium dice (a generous cup) 1 large head of cabbage Shredded Colby Jack /Mozzarella mixed together Salt and pepper-(season as you wish) Method: Dissolve yeast and 1/2 teaspoon sugar in warm water. Combine boiling water with milk. Cool to lukewarm. Add 3-1/2 cups flour, salt, sugar, shortening, egg and yeast mixture to milk mixture. Combine thoroughly by hand. Add remaining 3 1/2 cups flour. Knead by hand for 15 minutes, turning and folding, until smooth. Let rise in the refrigerator for at least an hour, and up to three hours. While dough is rising, brown ground beef. Combine beef with raw onion and cabbage. Add sauerkraut, and salt and pepper to taste. Reserve filling at room temperature. When dough is risen, roll into large sheets1/8″ thick. Cut into 6-8″ squares. Place a handful of filling (about 1/4 cup) in the center of each square. Fold each corner of the square snugly over center of filling and pinch tightly to seal. Place bierock seam-side down on a floured surface while you assemble the remainder. Place bierocks on greased baking sheet about one inch apart. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes until tops are golden brown.
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    Attitude (rumored) won't be missed. Athleticism absolutely will be missed. As you said, leading returning receiver. One good a game away from being the leading NU receiver. We missed Stan and Oz A LOT. And Farmer and Foster. Ironically, guys who played under Riley....
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    *The Karen* says Welcome to your knew home. Awesome news!!
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    Looks like JD was the last one to hear about the "half-assed mutiny" rumor. That tends to be how rumors work. Also I think you might be insane if you don't think we'll miss one of the most productive WRs in school history. Reminds me of that "Stanley wasn't actually that good, 1,000-yard receivers will be a dime-a-dozen under Frost" narrative, heh. Get outta here.
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    ^^^^ I'm 483 and 7 hours, 12 minutes. And now I am looking out the front door for @GSG
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    Tall Tale: The most surprising prospect in college football recruiting this year https://247sports.com/player/harlan-obioha-46101265/
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    They've been high on him since the get go. You don't recruit a guy that hard his JR year to process him.
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    Except for Lewis those are all true OLBs, and while I hope I'm wrong I'm pretty sure Lewis ain't coming. I don't know that he ends up with Tennessee, but unless we set the world on fire I just don't see it. I admittedly pretty much just get my info from this board, but look at pages 2-4 on Paul's thread. Lots of people excited, and seems like the staff really prioritized him. I didn't hear anything negative until it was mentioned he could look for a better offer, and then the star rating came up. If he isn't part of our class, feels like that will have been his call and not ours. People just don't like 3* and 6'1, but he probably ends up a 4* and for good players you can bend your ideal dimensions a bit.
  48. 1 point
    At this point, I'm betting the under.
  49. 1 point
    @Farms Good as he was, it would be easier for us to find another Spielman than another Wan'dale. Then again, last season we completely failed to find another Stanley Morgan, so...
  50. 1 point
    Wayback Runza Recipe 1 package dry yeast dissolved in 2 cups water (5 min) 1/2 cup sugar 1 tsp salt 2 cups flour Combine ingredients, beat until smooth. Add 2 eggs, 1/2 cup melted (cooled) fat and 5 cups flour. Beat 5 min, cover, let double in bulk. Turn out on floured board, roll out & cut into 6 or 8 inch pieces. Use about 2/3 cup filling. Fold over, pinch edges tightly, let rise 20-30 minutes. Can be glazed by brushing with beaten egg before baking. Bake in a 400 F oven 20-25 min. Runza Filling 1 tsp salt 1/4 tsp oregano 2 lbs ground beef 2 cups chopped onion 4 cups shredded cabbage 1/4 tsp savory salt 1/4 tsp pepper 1 tbsp shortening Saute beef and cabbage in shortening & add two cups water. Add all remaining spices, then let simmer well. Cool completely.
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