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  1. Husker2019

    Keith Williams

    Listening to one of the local radio stations the other day and they said our wide receivers have not improved since Scott Frost has arrived. Do you guys agree with this? With having such an elite wide receiver coach still living in Lincoln is there any way we can get Keith Williams back on the staff? I am also excluding Stanley Morgan and JD Spielman from this discussion since they are naturally gifted athletes.
  2. The day is upon us... If most of us are honest with ourselves, this feeling has been dormant for 3 years. The excitement, the passion, the anticipation, the nerves, the optimism, the pessimism, the wonder, the goosebumps and the cold tickle on the back of your neck when Nebraska begins their march towards the field for the first time in a year while 90,000 lose their collective minds. Yes we have endured some trying times. And many of us tried remaining calm as the fire engulfed what we once enjoyed. Today, August 31st 2018 is the last day of "The Calm". Tomorrow, is a new beginning. As fresh a start as a program of this caliber fallen on hard times can get. The hometown hero, the prodigy is officially home to right the wrongs and steer the ship back on course. A tall task for even the mightiest of men, but one met head on by what could truly be the next in a short list of whose who dynasty coaches. When Nebraska takes the field tomorrow night, lose your collective minds and get lost in the moment. Relish how good that feeling once again feels. Regardless of where you are, whether it be Memorial Stadium to your couch, remember those emotions that sweep over you. For those are once in a lifetime feelings. The obsession with college football, and the thrill we get from Nebraska playing aren't something to take lightly. Personally those feelings haven't been felt since the Fall of 2014. But tomorrow night the forecast reads "WARNING, FROST ADVISORY". Today is the last day of "The Calm", the final stage of being indifferent towards something we once felt perhaps overly passionate about. The future is here...
  3. Frost's last game as a Husker was T.O.'s last game as a coach. Heh. I knew that, but I guess I'd just forgotten.
  4. 17 college football moments that would’ve been even more amazing if Twitter had been around at the time Included is this: I thought this was a cool idea. What other Nebraska football moments would've been even more amazing if Twitter had been around at that time?
  5. bhunt7

    Nebraska and UCF Knights

    I did a little research and it turns out that way back when, the Huskers were known as the Old Gold Knights. Fitting with Frost coaching his last game for the UCF Knights and returning to his old team. Could have made for a cool marketing campaign. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1891_Nebraska_Old_Gold_Knights_football_team
  6. Which players in the 2017 class have to succeed at Nebraska in order for the class to be considered a success years down the road? This is more than simply ranking the players best to worst, though. Consider the implications of the player's position and recruiting location, and what it will mean to the team's future recruiting efforts if (for example) they pull a highly touted player from the coast but are unable to turn him into a high-caliber player. In no particular order, Avery Roberts, Tyjon Lindsey, and Guy Thomas stand out as players who I think are pretty critical to future success.
  7. The men's basketball team had their "secret" scrimmage against ISU today. Keeping in mind, this isn't exactly a real game as there are additional stoppages, substitutions, etc...ISU won by about 9. Here is the links to the information so far about it. One is from an ISU writer so it is about ISU, however it does give a few more details. http://journalstar.com/sports/huskers/mens-basketball/huskers-have-encouraging-scrimmage-at-iowa-state/article_64d1f47d-f764-5012-ab1d-6ad3526d55fe.html http://cyclonefanatic.com/forum/threads/updated-insider-iowa-state-beat-nebraska-by-9-today-details-here.223073/ FYI - the same ISU writer mentioned that the Nebraska women played ISU in Lincoln and Nebraska lost by over 20.
  8. hskrfan4life

    Fighting Erstads at Indiana State

    Nebraska Cornhuskers (11-7) vs. Indiana State Sycamores (13-7) Tuesday, March 22 (3 p.m.) Probable Starters: RHP Engelken (0-1) vs. TBA TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: USTREAM Radio: Husker Sports Network Wednesday, March 23 (3 p.m.) Probable Starters: TBA vs. TBA TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: USTREAM Radio: Husker Sports Network Rest of article. Link for video stream USTREAM. Not sure if it's free or paid because my work computer won't load the page.
  9. Nebraska Cornhuskers (4-5) vs. Loyola Marymount Lions (6-6) Friday, March 11, Game 1 (1:35 p.m.) Probable Starters: RHP Howell (0-1) vs. RHP Busfield (1-0) TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: HuskersNSide Radio: Husker Sports Network Friday, March 11, Game 2 (Approx. 5 p.m.) Probable Starters: RHP Burkamper (0-0) vs. TBA TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: HuskersNSide Radio: Husker Sports Network Saturday, March 12 (2:05 p.m.) Probable Starters: RHP Matt Waldron (1-1) vs. RHP Abbott (1-1) TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: BTN Plus Radio: Husker Sports Network Sunday, March 13 (12:05 p.m.) Probable Starters: TBA vs. RHP Cohen (1-1) TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: HuskersNSide Radio: Husker Sports Network As stated it here, Due to possible weather issue there will be a double-header on Friday instead of Saturday. GAME NOTES - Friday's games will be the first time Nebraska and Loyola Marymount will play in Lincoln. - First two weeks (6 games) Nebraska was 2-4 and the pitching staff averaged 10.7 runs, 7.3 strikeouts and 5.7 walks per game. - Since the Long Beach State series (5 games) Nebraska is 3-2 and the pitching staff is averaging 1.4 runs, 8.2 strikeouts and 3.6 walks per game - Rest of article here.
  10. Detasselingthehuskers

    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!
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  12. RedLineSoldier

    "Joe" from Know It All Football

    He's had some good posts. http://www.knowitallfootball.com/2015/10/15/blackshirt-blog-hi-joe-husker-fan/ Sums up how I feel this season.
  13. 2015 Game 7 “Expert” Picks: Nebraska at Minnesota ————— CollegeFootballNews.com Why You Need To Care Nebraska might be four plays away from being 6-0, but it’s 2-4 – you are what your record is. This is turning into a historically awful start for a program looking to make this a special year after firing Bo Pelini for not being able to take the program to a whole other level – among other things. Lose this, then you’re talking about the worst start to a Husker season since going 1-9 in 1957. Win this, and with Northwestern up next and Iowa still to play, there’s still time to catch fire, go on a run, and yeah, actually win the West. Lose, and then Northwestern and Iowa look daunting, and facing Michigan State won’t help, either. Minnesota hasn’t been good, but it’s 4-2 and coming off a 41-13 blasting of Purdue. This isn’t anywhere near the same team compared to last year’s, and the season could fall off the map in a hurry with a loss. After this? Michigan, at Ohio State, at Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, and needing to win two of the last five against them with a loss this week. Why Nebraska Will Win Don’t let the Purdue game fool you – the Minnesota offense still isn’t working. Yes, the running game was great, and yes, Mitch Leidner was efficient and effective with the passing attack, but the Gophers are struggling to put points on the board against decent defenses. Nebraska has a decent defense. The Huskers might be 106th in the nation in total defense, and the secondary has been a hot mess, but Malik Collins and the run defense have been terrific. No one has run for more than 150 yards yet on the Husker D that’s allowing just over three yards per carry. Minnesota needs to run to win – that’s going to be a problem. Why Minnesota Will Win What the hell has happened to the Nebraska passing game? Even with the return of De’Mornay Pierson-El, and even with some decent targets to play around with, Tommy Armstrong has struggled. Playing the Illinois and Wisconsin defense have had something to do with it, but Armstrong has completed 21-of-59 passes for just 234 yards with a touchdown and a pick over the last two games. Minnesota’s secondary is rock solid, ranking 15th in the nation and ninth in pass efficiency defense – the Nebraska air show isn’t going to take off this week. Player Who Matters No one expected much out of Shannon Brooks. The 6-0, 206-pound Atlanta native came to Minnesota as just a recruit, without any fanfare, and he didn’t do much over the first three games. He started turning heads against Ohio with 82 yards and two scores on just ten carries, and last week he took over with 176 yards and a score on just 17 carries, highlighted by a 71-yard dash. He’s got the speed, and he has the running mate in fellow freshman Rodney Smith to help share the load. What’s Going To Happen? Is Nebraska going to finally catch a break and finally get over the hump, or is this just the way the team is going to roll this year? Nebraska is a far better team than Minnesota with a far better offense, but the Gopher defense is set up the right way to pull off the home win. Nebraska will once again figure out how to lose. PREDICTION: Minnesota 24- Nebraska 20 ————— SBNation/Football Study Hall http://www.footballstudyhall.com/2015/10/15/9533063/college-football-picks-projections-week-7-sandp Minnesota 29 - Nebraska 22 ————— ESPN FPI http://espn.go.com/college-football/team/fpi?id=158&year=2015 Nebraska - 53.1% chance of winning ————— AP - Ralph D Russo http://collegefootball.ap.org/article/pivotal-games-boise-st-memphis-be-best-group-5 At some point a ball has to bounce Nebraska's way, right? Nebraska 28 - Minnesota 21 ————— BTN.com http://btn.com/2015/10/14/hold-polls-its-time-to-pick-your-week-7-big-ten-football-winners/ Tom Dienhart: Nebraska 17 - Minnesota 14 Sean Merriman: Minnesota 24 - Nebraska 20 Brent Yarina: Minnesota 24 - Nebraska 20 JoeChristensen: Minnesota 16 - Nebraska 13 ————— ESPN Big Ten Blog http://espn.go.com/blog/bigten/post/_/id/125205/big-ten-week-7-game-picks-can-sparty-knock-off-u-m-in-the-big-house Brian Bennet: Minnesota 24 - Nebraska 21 Josh Moyer: Nebraska 24 - Minnesota 21 Dan Murphy: Nebraska 24 - Minnesota 14 Mitch Sherman: Minnesota 27 - Nebraska 21 Jesse Temple: Minnesota 13 - Nebraska 10 Austin Ward: Minnesota 24 - Nebraska 22 ————— Big Red Wrap-Up http://netnebraska.org/interactive-multimedia/sports/big-red-wrap-minnesota-prediction-2 Kevin Kugler: Minnesota 20 - Nebraska 17 Blake Lawrence: Minnesota 24 - Nebraska 21 Matt Davison: Nebraska 24 - Minnesota 20 ————— Daily Nebraskan http://www.dailynebraskan.com/sports/dn-sports-desk-nebraska-v-minnesota-score-predictions/article_5b85a45a-7082-11e5-b379-6f9185713232.html Josh Kelly: Minnesota 27 - Nebraska 23 Brett Nierengarten: Nebraska 17 - Minnesota 13 Nick Wilkinson: Minnesota 27 - Nebraska 17 Michael Dixon: Nebraska 20 - Minnesota 17 Vanessa Daves: Nebraska 20 - Minnesota 10 ————— Athlon Sports http://athlonsports.com/college-football/predictions-every-college-football-game-week-7 Steven Lassan: Nebraska Mitch Light: Minnesota* David Fox: Minnesota Braden Gall: Minnesota* Mark Ross: Nebraska * (Changed pick in podcast) —————
  14. Coach Riley wants to hire a Walk-on Coordinator. I personally think this is great. I think the key points this person should have would be: 1) Must have roots in Nebraska. This person needs to know what it’s like to grow up with the dream of playing in Memorial stadium. 2) Must have recruiting experience. Has to be able to convince the kids to give up a scholarship offer from other schools and walk on in Lincoln. 3) Must already have a good relationship with the Nebraska high school coaches (especially in Omaha and Lincoln). If the coaches are on board they can help convince the kids that Nebraska is the best place to be. I think we can lock down this state and make it hard for any outside schools to recruit here. What do you think about the key points? Ultimately I want to know who you think Coach Riley should look at. --- Sorry if there is already a discussion on this topic. I searched for it and could not find one.
  15. We all know Miles has 3 spots. Rumors being thrown around out there are that we might have a few hidden gems. Here are a few names that are being thrown around: Robin Washut ‏@RobinWashut 1h RT @AdamZagoria: Georgetown transfer Moses Ayegba is looking at LIU, Nebraska, Pepperdine, Indiana, Towson, Indiana St & Wichita State Robin Washut ‏@RobinWashut Apr 5 All signs are pointing to W. Illinois' Jim Molinari joining #Nebrasketball’s staff as its new assistant coach... ($) https://nebraska.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1628459 … Samuel McKewon ‏@swmckewonOWH 1h Chiles will be in hot demand. Gets to the rim, can shoot the 3. I like Nebraska for Ayegba, presuming the #Huskers like him for them. JMO. @GoodmanESPN: IUPUI 5th-year transfer Ian Chiles looking at Va Tech, FSU, Iowa St, Tenn., Neb, Texas A&M, Mizzou, Auburn, others." So two names to follow: Ian Chiles and Moses Ayegba. Add some other names, but with the (possible)addition of Coach Molinari, we might have a chance at the Chicago area.
  16. Was surprised this hadn't been noted in here before now, but grats to the lady Huskers, 2013 regular season champs for womens soccer! Now on to the tourney championship and the NCAAs! What a turnaround for a team that had trouble finding its footing since Jenna Cooper's death. Good to see John Walker getting the ship righted!
  17. HuskersInYaFace

    Nebraska football fans can't give up

    People who are angry about the current situation of Nebraska are right. 1. Bo Pelini is not Nebraska football. Nebraska football is much bigger than him. STOP bashing people who question his ability to make the Huskers successful. 2. Nebraska has just as much of a chance to become a dominating winner as any other school in the country. STOP saying Nebraska can't go back to the glory days. Heard a guy on the radio yesterday talking about Alabama before Nick Saban, and it sounded a lot like Nebraska now. Don't give up on the program. 3. Continue to show up to games, continue to buy Huskers gear, but don't let people tell you that you have to cheer no matter what. You don't celebrate something as awful as losing to Minnesota or getting undressed on national television by UCLA. 4. Dare to dream. The next hire at HC if Bo is gone could end up being another Billy C, or it could be the coach needed to put Nebraska on top.
  18. BlitzFirst

    Why I'm not Worried about MSU

    Here's who MSU has played so far: W. Michigan: 117th total offense, 109th rushing offense S. Florida: 123rd total offense, 105th rushing offense Youngstown St: No rank total offense, No rank rushing offense Notre Dame: 86th total offense, 97th rushing offense Iowa: 69th total offense, 40th rushing offense Indiana: 9th total offense, 63rd rushing offense Purdue: 121st total offense, 121st rushing offense What this tells us is that MSU hasn't faced a rushing offense that is really good yet. It also tells us that when a really good passing offense (Indiana) met them, they got hit for 30 points and 250 yards through the air and 100 on the ground. What I conclude from this is...the defensive stats that has ESPN all worked up and many analysts out there jawboxing about are pretty much done against teams that aren't good. That makes me less worried about them than anyone else remaining on the schedule.
  19. BlitzFirst

    Richmond Huskers?

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  20. BlitzFirst

    Lessons from The Best

    Most people agree that our 1995 Cornhuskers were one of, if not the best Husker teams of all time. Just watching film from those days should provide a valuable lesson to any teams in the future. Pretty sure this video has been shared in the past...but still it's pretty awesome and I'm not a huge rap fan either (read: not at all)...and the lyrics are surprisingly fitting for the team now. Also, if you watch the video...look at how swarming and physical the defense is and watch some of the offensive blocks downfield...it just makes you go HOLY SH!TB@LL5! That team was amazing...and while I don't think there is a huge chance for any team like that to appear again...our team can match the hustle and effort shown by any and all championship teams we've fielded. Our team right now needs to follow the lyrics when they say "you should know better than to be half steppin', there should be no question just a bunch of go gettin'"
  21. Through These Gates

    A Movie About Being A Cornhusker Fan

    Hi guys, We finished our movie and in light of everything from the past few days it might be nice to see something positive about being a Cornhusker... We could use your help getting the word out about our film. Please share this link on your facebook page, twitter feed, and with any and all media sources. Not only did we spend over 2 and a half years making it but we put our blood, sweat and tears into this film. The link below has everything from the trailer, to where its sold, and it even has a link to an autographed ball that we are auctioning off for Team Jack. Thanks everyone and Go Big Red. http://bit.ly/137oOJ0
  22. rozier4ever

    Helu starting for the Redskins

    Pretty cool that Roy Helu is now the starting running back in Washington: http://www.csnwashin...294&feedID=6355 He said he is still enjoying watching his first NFL TD run (and jump!)
  23. I found an interesting tidbit in the 'Big Fat Recruiting Update' today from Sam McKewon's article. It's specifically dealing with the differences in how recruits are rated and questions the method to the madness. I've previously posted an in depth post about how I feel about star ratings. Just the same, here's Sam's quote: I for one, think he is absolutely right and think that this validates a couple of points I made on my post on star ratings...namely, reason #2 The Player ratings come from a team effort and reason #5 Star ratings sites rank kids based on who is recruiting them. Honestly, I think Nebraska does a better job than most teams with recruiting...I think we find guys that no one else is looking at...diamonds in the rough...and ferret them out better than most. We also get people who want to BE HERE....and want to work. What I mean is...our kids don't come to Nebraska because academics will be a walk in the park (e.g. majoring in underwater basket weaving in the SEC)...they come here to be a part of something and to get their education. I think a lot of high profile kids just want to play football and don't really care much about the academic side of things. When Bo tells them they'll have to work academically or they hear that they'll be held accountable for it...I think a lot of those high star ranked kids just want to go somewhere else where they can have someone else pull their weight academically for them. Anyway, just my 2 cents...thought it was interesting take from Sam that mirrored my own take.
  24. Through These Gates

    A Husker Music video

    Hey guys, I made this music video to go along with our Documentary Film about Cornhusker fans that I will be releasing this fall. The song is about Coming home to Nebraska and the band who made it is from Lincoln and they did a stellar job. Please help me pass it around. Everything was either filmed in Nebraska or on our way home to Nebraska. And if you want more info on our film please visit the films website: www.huskersfilm.com. Thanks guys and I apologize for the shameless self promotion but I'm really proud of our project and I want everybody to know about it.
  25. There are numberous reports that Assistant Coach Ben Johnson is leaving to take the same position at Minnesota. He is a Minnesota native. Ryan James ‏@RyanJamesMN53m Ben Johnson expected to be the next coach named to the staff but its not official yet.That's been the buzz all week. It would be a good hire Nam Huynh ‏@n_huynh1h New #Gophers assistant Ben Johnson is A native of Minneapolis. 31 years old. Has bachelor's degree in sociology from Minnesota in 2005 Robin Washut ‏@RobinWashut1h Reports are #Nebrasketball assistant Ben Johnson has accepted position on Rich Pitino's staff at Minnesota, just waiting to be finalized. Provided this holds up, who do you suppose Miles will get to replace? Do we try and get Chin Coleman back? (As that is one of the reasons he left, he wanted to coach) Does Eric Strickland get his chance? Anyone else? Who could we get (realistically) Also, Johnson was the lead recruiter in Smith who has about a week before he can sign his LOI, should we be worried? I wouldn't think so as Minnesota has showed no interest in him thus far.
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