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  1. Player: Jake Appleget Hometown: Lincoln, Nebraska School: Southeast Position: Outside Linebacker, Tight End Height: 6-4 Weight: 210 Power 5 Offers: Nebraska Visits: 6/1/21; 6/18/21 - Friday Night Lights Twitter 247 Composite: #963 Overall; #39 EDGE; .8477; Rivals: 247: #62 EDGE; ESPN: Hudl
  2. Player: Gunnar Gottula Hometown: Lincoln, Nebraska School: Southeast Position: Offensive Tackle Height: 6-6 Weight: 270 Power 5 Offers: Iowa State, Kansas State, Nebraska Visits: 6/25/21; 7/31/21 Twitter 247 Composite: Rivals: #21 OT; 247: #34 OT; ESPN: Hudl
  3. Player: Teitum Tuioti Hometown: Lincoln, Nebraska School: Southeast Position: Outside Linebacker Height: 6-2 Weight: 205 Power 5 Offers: Mississippi, Nebraska Visits: 5/1/21 - Spring Game; 7/31/21 Twitter 247 Composite: Rivals: 247: ESPN: Hudl
  4. Player: Jared Bubak Hometown: Lincoln, Nebraska School: Lincoln Christian Position: Tight End Height: 6-4 Weight: 237 40 time: 4.7 Offers: Nebraska Visits: 8/6/14 (Practice); 8/30/14 vs. Florida Atlantic; 9/20/14 vs. Miami; 9/27/14 vs. Illinois; 1/24/15; 3/7/15 Spring Practice; 4/11/15 - Spring Game Twitter Rivals: #34 TE; :star 247: #24 TE; :star Scout: #38 TE; ESPN: Hudl
  5. Player: Isaac Gifford Hometown: Lincoln, NE School: Southeast Position: Safety/Linebacker Height: 6’1 Weight: 190 Power 5 Offers: Nebraska, Oregon State Visits: 12/14/19 UV Twitter 247 Composite: #1309 OVR; #90 S .8434 Rivals: #60 OLB 247: #1233 OVR; #88 S ESPN: #156 S Hudl
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. Hi everyone, I'm going to the Wisconsin game on 10/7 with six other family/friends from across the country as part of an annual college football trip we do. None of us have ever been to Lincoln. Any recommendations? Must dos while we're there in town and for the game itself? Thanks!
  9. 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
  10. 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).
  11. reetings! I come from the East, bringing the game of 19th Century Base Ball (two words back then) to Nebraska! I have played Vintage Base Ball for 6 years back home in Boston, but upon moving here realized it doesn't exist! So I have taken it upon myself to start up Lincoln's first ever vintage base ball organization. Vintage baseball has THRIVED in New England, New York, the Mid-Atlantic, and the Midwest. I have played against dozens of clubs from 13 states and even Canada. Vintage baseball is a great family event to attend, there are never admission or ticket fees, and we play on open grass fields rather than modern diamonds. Bring a blanket and a beach chair (do people have beach chairs here?) And enjoy a game or two. Some things about Vintage Base Ball are very different than modern ball. We use the rules, equipment and customs of 1864. No gloves, a lemon-peel style Ball, wooden bats that look much different from today's Louisville Slugger. A ball caught on one bounce is an out , and the list goes on. For players, there's much more in it than a beer softball league. This Is baseball, at its roots, the way it was meant to be played. There is a group is Wahoo who has a similar program that works with the Saunders County Historical Society This is a fantastic opportunity for the Historical Society to help teach the earliest game in Nebraska's history. Nebraska's first club, the Lincoln Olympics was founded the same year that Nebraska became a state. I'm turning to the message boards in hopes of increasing our numbers and to see what interest you may have in the development of this project. Nebraska has a great base ball history in the 1860-70s with clubs such as the Lincoln Olympic BBC, Nebraska Indians, Omaha BBC, Fremont Bugeaters and many others started the baseball movement in Nebraska. I am still in the building stages of this organization. I have a dozen or so committed to playing, but I am definitely looking for a significant amount more people to play this summer. Next year I hope to host teams from our of state and do some traveling to other clubs as well. This year is about teaching the game and gaining interest. There so much more I could tell you, but I don't want to chew your ear off in the first message. Our next practice/scrimmage will be Sunday, June 1st, 2014 @ Pioneers Park in Lincoln, NE from 11AM to 1PM. ALL ARE WELCOME. This is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Anyone who want to try their (bare) hands at 19th Century Base Ball are more than welcome. Thank you for your time, please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, comments or ideas. Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nebraskaVBB Dave Leopardi (978) 968-7275 daveleopardi@yahoo.com
  12. Greetings! I come from the East, bringing the game of 19th Century Base Ball (two words back then) to Nebraska! I have played Vintage Base Ball for 6 years back home in Boston, but upon moving here realized it doesn't exist! So I have taken it upon myself to start up Lincoln's first ever vintage base ball organization. Vintage baseball has THRIVED in New England, New York, the Mid-Atlantic, and the Midwest. I have played against dozens of clubs from 13 states and even Canada. Vintage baseball is a great family event to attend, there are never admission or ticket fees, and we play on open grass fields rather than modern diamonds. Bring a blanket and a beach chair (do people have beach chairs here?) And enjoy a game or two. Some things about Vintage Base Ball are very different than modern ball. We use the rules, equipment and customs of 1864. No gloves, a lemon-peel style Ball, wooden bats that look much different from today's Louisville Slugger. A ball caught on one bounce is an out , and the list goes on. For players, there's much more in it than a beer softball league. This Is baseball, at its roots, the way it was meant to be played. There is a group is Wahoo who has a similar program that works with the Saunders County Historical Society This is a fantastic opportunity for the Historical Society to help teach the earliest game in Nebraska's history. Nebraska's first club, the Lincoln Olympics was founded the same year that Nebraska became a state. I'm turning to the message boards in hopes of increasing our numbers and to see what interest you may have in the development of this project. Nebraska has a great base ball history in the 1860-70s with clubs such as the Lincoln Olympic BBC, Nebraska Indians, Omaha BBC, Fremont Bugeaters and many others started the baseball movement in Nebraska. I am still in the building stages of this organization. I have a dozen or so committed to playing, but I am definitely looking for a significant amount more people to play this summer. Next year I hope to host teams from our of state and do some traveling to other clubs as well. This year is about teaching the game and gaining interest. There so much more I could tell you, but I don't want to chew your ear off in the first message. Our next practice/scrimmage will be Sunday, June 1st, 2014 @ Pioneers Park in Lincoln, NE from 11AM to 1PM. ALL ARE WELCOME. This is open to the public so anyone that wants to try their (bare) hands at vintage base ball is more than welcome. Thank you for your time, please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, comments or ideas. Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nebraskaVBB Dave Leopardi (978) 968-7275 daveleopardi@yahoo.com
  13. Hi, I bought a ticket to the UCLA vs. Nebraska football game on September 8th at the Rose Bowl. Unfortunately, I can no longer attend. The seat is located in Section 23, Row 61, near the aisle. I paid about $80 for it thru Ticketmaster. I need to sell the ticket and am just asking what I paid for it. I was really looking forward to this game as I am actually a Bruin but recently became friends with some Nebraska transplants, mostly from the Lincoln area but also Kimball. They're a fun bunch and would be sitting in the surrounding area. The adjacent seats are still available on Ticketmaster so if there were others in your party they could purchase those directly. If anyone here still without a ticket could consider buying mine I would greatly appreciate it. You can e-mail me at xuclarockerx@gmail.com or text me at 714-350-7234. FYI I found this site while looking for onsale date for the game. Thank you much.
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