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  1. Player: M.J. Morris Hometown: Carrollton, Georgia School: Carrollton Position: Quarterback Height: 6-1 Weight: 175 Power 5 Offers: Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Miami, Michigan, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, Oregon, Penn State, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Virginia Tech, West Virginia Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: Rivals: 247: #41 Overall; #2 DTQB; ESPN: Hudl
  2. Per 247 RUTGERS (+10000) PURDUE (+5000) ILLINOIS (+5000) NORTHWESTERN (+5000) MARYLAND (+5000) INDIANA (+4500) MICHIGAN STATE (+3300) MINNESOTA (+2500) IOWA (+1800) NEBRASKA (+1800) PENN STATE (+1000) WISCONSIN (+1000) MICHIGAN (+500) OHIO STATE (-225)
  3. Player: Geno VanDeMark Hometown: Montvale, New Jersey School: St. Joseph Regional Position: Offensive Tackle, Offensive Guard Height: 6-4 Weight: 313 Power 5 Offers: Georgia Tech, Kansas, Louisville, Miami, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Rutgers, Syracuse, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech, West Virginia Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: #232 Overall; #13 OG; .9149; Rivals: #151 Overall; #20 OT; 247: #16 OG; ESPN: Hudl
  4. The thing I actually remember most about that game was actually that I missed our TD in OT. I was in the dorms in Lincoln and we got two different ABC feeds. The one we had on in our room didn't get back from commercial in time and completely missed our score. All of the sudden there were guys running down the hall yelling and we had no idea what was going on.
  5. Really not sure how the Flea-kicker is a six seed. For my money, the Game of the Century is the only one that is clearly better. It's definitely better than #5. Maybe the #4 Colorado game also being the 200th sellout gives it a little extra pop but I still go for Frost/Davison. #3 is a huge moment for the nation but almost nothing for Husker football. #2 would basically be a toss-up - the game where Osborne finally got over the hump vs the game that allowed him to go out on top.
  6. Player: Kamal Hadden Hometown: River Rouge, Michigan School: Independence Community College Position: Cornerback Height: 6-2 Weight: 185 Power 5 Offers: Auburn, Arkansas, Maryland, Nebraska, Tennessee Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: Rivals: 247: ESPN: Hudl
  7. That wasn't the only potential for lost revenue talked about in the article. There has already been lost revenue. No spring game. Reduction in payment from the NCAA. They are considering ways to make that up. They are also looking into ways to compensate for a shortened season or not having fans at games. Completely cancelling the 2020 season is not the only thing that can be or is being considered. Perhaps you should take your own advice and have a more conversational tone.
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    QB Alex Orji

    I bet this guy is a hit at parties. Same HS as Ozigbo.
  9. Player: Alex Orji Hometown: Dallas, Texas School: Sachse Position: Quarterback Height: 6-3 Weight: 210 Power 5 Offers: Baylor, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas Tech Visits: Twitter 247 Composite: Rivals: 247: #35 ATH; ESPN: Hudl
  10. Just to make sure there isn't any confusion for you young-uns, this is the General Lee:
  11. Apparently his HS is Robert E Lee and their mascot is the Generals. He is my new favorite recruit.
  12. Huskers.com is running a series of Twitter votes to determine the greatest moment in Husker football history. You can vote on Twitter if you like. But what does HuskerBoard say? Vote in Other Top Moments Region above. Vote for the other regions in associated threads. THE TOP MOMENTS REGION No. 1: Post 9/11 Tunnel Walk vs. Rice The uncertainty and fear we’re feeling with today’s pandemic could be compared to feelings upon the 2001 terrorist attacks. Nebraska postponed its game against Rice until the following Thursday, and an emotional pregame Tunnel Walk featured First Responders carrying the American flag. VS No. 8: Mother Nature intervenes Whether a 40-minute halftime of plowing snow off the field (1986, Kansas State), or a lightning delay (1991, Utah State) or thunderstorms canceling the Scott Frost’s debut as head coach (2018, Akron), we’re reminded of the line, “we all stick together in all kinds of weather.” ----------------------------------------------------- No. 4: Henry + Suh = Euphoria Nebraska wasn’t supposed to need such heroics to defeat Colorado in 2008, but kicker Alex Henery and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh provided, anyway. Henery booted a school-record 57-yard field goal with 1:43 remaining to put NU ahead, and Suh rumbled 30 yards for a touchdown after intercepting, and then later swatting away, quarterback Cody Hawkins. VS No. 5: Notre Dame Takeover Nebraska fans have long been famous for their loyalty and ability to overtake opposing teams’ stadiums, namely those 2-3 hours away in Lawrence or Manhattan. But in South Bend, Indiana? Notre Dame’s home was more than half red in the Huskers’ 2000 overtime victory. ----------------------------------------------------- No. 3: Westerkamp’s Hail Mary Sometimes forgotten in Nebraska’s 27-24 home victory against Northwestern in 2013 is Ameer Abdullah’s efforts to convert a fourth-and-15 pass earlier in the game-winning drive. But yes, Jordan Westerkamp catching backup quarterback Ron Kellogg’s 49-yard heave on the final play won’t soon be forgotten. VS No. 6: Osborne Victory No. 250 That Tom Osborne’s 250th career victory came against Oklahoma provided some irony, given his biggest nemesis was enduring perhaps its worst stretch in program history. Regardless, the 69-7 victory in 1997 prompted postgame fireworks at Memorial Stadium. ----------------------------------------------------- No. 2: No-Punter Formation for Foltz Few dry eyes could be found in Memorial Stadium for Nebraska’s 2016 season opener against Fresno State, when the Huskers, on their first punt of the game, lined up without a punter. That came in honor and memory of punter Sam Foltz, who died less than two months earlier in a car accident. VS No. 7: First Tunnel Walk Two new Husker Vision screens had a test run during a pep rally the night before Nebraska’s home opener against UCLA in 1994, then a packed Memorial Stadium crowd the next day saw not only first replay boards to grace a college-only stadium, but the birth of the famed “Tunnel Walk” entrance.
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