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  1. Nebraska Cornhuskers (23-14, 7-5 Big Ten) vs. Nicholls State Colonels (16-22, 7-11 Southland) Friday, April 22 (6:35 p.m.) Probable Starters: RHP Burkamper (3-1) vs. RHP Sinibaldi (4-3) TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: HuskersNSide Radio: Husker Sports Network Saturday, April 23 (2:05 p.m.) Probable Starters: LHP McSteen (2-1) vs. RHP Stapler (2-5) TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: BTN Plus Radio: Husker Sports Network Sunday, April 24 (1:05 p.m.) Probable Starters: TBA vs. LHP Ernestine (2-2) TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: BTN Plus Radio: Husker Sports Network Notes: - Nicholls State is 5-12 away from home, 4-10 in true road games - Placzek has 41 walks, needs 21 more to tie for 10th place on NU's single season walk list, Has 97 career walks, needs 18 more to enter NU's all-time walk list - Chesnut is currently second all-time in appearances, needs 3 more to tie, 4 more to become the new number 1 Rest of article here.
  2. Nebraska Cornhuskers (22-10, 7-2 Big Ten) vs. Creighton Bluejays (20-7, 2-1 Big East) Tuesday, April 12 (7 p.m.) Probable Starters: TBA vs. TBA TV: CBS Sports Network Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: None Radio: Husker Sports Network Notes: - Nebraska has won the last 7 meetings - Chad Luensmann holds the freshman save record with 7 saves, next save will have him tied for 8th for on Nebraska's single-season save list. - Boldt is the 24th member of the 200-hit club. Rest of article here.
  3. Nebraska Cornhuskers (20-9, 5-1 Big Ten) vs. Northwestern Wildcats (7-22, 1-5 Big Ten) Friday, April 8 (6:35 p.m.) Probable Starters: RHP King (3-1) vs. LHP Mason (2-2) TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: BTN Plus Radio: Husker Sports Network Saturday, April 9 (2:05 p.m.) Probable Starters: LHP McSteen (2-0) vs. RHP Kubiuk (0-2) TV: NET Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: BTN Plus Radio: Husker Sports Network Sunday, April 10 (1:05 p.m.) Probable Starters: RHP Matt Waldron (4-1) vs. TBA TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: BTN Plus Radio: Husker Sports Network Notes: - Nebraska and Northwestern have a series all tied up. - Past two Friday home games, Nebraska has walked 29 batters - Placzek has 10 multiple walk games Rest of article here. Big Ten Standings: 1. Michigan State - (3-0) - (19-5) Michigan - (3-0) - (21-6) 3. Nebraska - (5-1) - (20-9) 4. Penn State - (4-2) - (17-12) Ohio State - (2-1) - (19-8-1) Minnesota - (2-1) - (16-10) 7. Illinois - (3-3) - (12-14) Iowa - (3-3) - (12-14) 9. Rutgers - (2-4) - (12-16) 10. Indiana - (1-2) - (14-13) Maryland - (1-2) - (15-15) 12. Northwestern - (1-5) - (7-22) 13. Purdue - (0-6) - (4-21)
  4. Nebraska Cornhuskers (19-9, 5-1 Big Ten) vs. Omaha Mavericks (15-13, 6-3 Summit) Wednesday, April 6 (6:30 p.m.) Probable Starters: TBA vs. TBA TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: None Radio: Husker Sports Network
  5. Nebraska Cornhuskers (19-8, 5-1 Big Ten) vs. Kansas State Wildcats (12-17, 0-6 Big 12) Tuesday, April 5 (6:35 p.m.) Probable Starters: LHP Meyers (1-0) vs. RHP Erickson (0-0) TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: HuskersNSide Radio: Husker Sports Network Notes - Nebraska has a 165-113 series lead and have won 3 straight. - Kansas State has lost four straight - Jake Placzek has 31 walks, needs 31 more to tie Todd Sears for 10th single-season. - Boldt needs 9 more hits to get to the 200 hit club. Rest of article here.
  6. Nebraska Cornhuskers (17-7, 3-0 Big Ten) vs. Illinois (10-12, 2-1 Big Ten) Friday, April 1 (6:35 p.m.) Probable Starters: RHP Burkamper (2-1) vs. RHP Sedlock (4-1) TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: BTN Plus Radio: Husker Sports Network Saturday, April 2 (2:05 p.m.) Probable Starters: LHP McSteen (2-0) vs. LHP Hayes (3-2) TV: NET Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: BTN Plus Radio: Husker Sports Network Sunday, April 3 (1:05 p.m.) Probable Starters: RHP Matt Waldron (4-1) vs. RHP Bellair (0-0) TV: None Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: HuskersNSide Radio: Husker Sports Network Current Big Ten Standings: 1. Michigan State - (3-0) - (18-4) Nebraska - (3-0) - (17-7) 3. Ohio State - (2-1) - (15-7-1) Illinois - (2-1) - (10-12) Iowa - (2-1) - (10-12) 6. Maryland - (1-2) - (12-12) Penn State - (1-2) - (11-12) Northwestern - (1-2) - (6-18) 9. Michigan - (0-0) - (17-5) 10. Minnesota - (0-0) - (12-9) 11. Indiana - (0-0) - (12-11) 12. Rutgers - (0-3) - (9-14) 13. Purdue - (0-3) - (4-17) Notes: - Illinois has a 7-6 all-time lead in the series - Illinois has won 3 straight in the matchup - Illinois took the series from Penn State 2-1 - Nebraska and Illinois have met for a 3-game series every year, since Nebraska joined the Big Ten Rest of article here.
  7. Nebraska Cornhuskers (16-7, 3-0 Big Ten) vs. Creighton Bluejays (16-4, 0-0 Big East) Tuesday, March 29 (6:32 p.m.) Probable Starters: LHP Knutson (0-0) vs. RHP Miller (0-0) TV: BTN Audio Stream: Huskers.com | Video Stream: BTN2Go Radio: Husker Sports Network - Nebraska has won 13 of their last 14 games - Nebraska has won the last 6 meetings - Creighton is on a 10-game winning streak - Nebraska has reached double digits in hits 14 times in 23 games and is 10-4 when reaching that mark - Nebraska has 26 homers in 23 games - Jeff Chesnut is 7th all-time in appearances, he needs 3 more to tie Erik Bird and Jeff Anderson for 5th place. Rest of article here.
  8. In order for the 'Huskers to win on Saturday at MSU they have to be very consisent on both offense and defense. MSU is a good team, much better than their record indicates. Look what they did to the Wisonsin ground game on the road last week. This game is much bigger to the 'Huskers than it is for MSU. NU needs to protect the ball and get a good flow on offense. This would be a huge win on the road for Pelini and Big Red Nation. If we win this one we are almost a lock to play Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship game. Lets get er done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  9. I saw deadspin doing a why your team sucks 2012 for nfl. Well I thought I'd do a little top 25 version of all the college teams, using ESPN's prestigious power rankings. First up #25 Notre Dame. 1. You have been trying to "be back" longer than Nebraska has.They have not win a national championship since 1988, and can anyone even remember who the best player on that team was. No, because all of notre dame's players who make it to the nfl either make it by name recognition (Golden Tate) or pretty boy looks (Brady Quinn). Oh yeah, where is Brady Quinn these days, nobody cares because he can't even start for the Browns. They thought they were back by hiring Charlie Weis the great New England Patriots offensive coordinator. That seemed to work out well. Seriously, Penn State you should have taken notes with your hire. I mean sh#t they thought Brian Kelly out of Cincinnati was a good hire, his face makes Bo's look like an albino snake. The only reason nobody gives him any guff about it is because they play on NBC, the worldwide leader of shutting down tv shows after 2 seasons. 2. Speaking of NBC, does anyone even watch that except for Notre Dame fans? This really has nothing to do with Notre Dame, but thanks to you Notre Dame we have to put up with easily the shittiest local channel, and that is bad considering Fox is horrendous. The only good thing NBC did was Friday Night Lights and the only person who made that show worth a damn was Riggins. Where is Riggins now a days making bad movie after bad movie (John Carter, Savages, Battleship). Thanks Notre Dame fans for Friday Night Lights, not Heroes, Community, or Parks and Recreation though 3. Join a conference or face your doom. I get sick and tired of hearing how hard Notre Dame's schedule is. For one, you make your own schedule which is about as difficult as cooking a steak rare. Everyone would play you, its national television every game, they get paid a buttload, why not? But if you join some conference like the Big Ten, Big East, or ACC your schedule will get much easier, much much easier. Swap USC, Michigan, Michigan State, and Stanford for say North Carolina, Virginia Tech, NC State, and Miami. Much much easier. Of course the Big Ten may be a bit more of a challenge. The big thing is swapping those easier games for much easier games. Notre Dame always seems to drop 2 out of 4 to either navy, south florida, army, or air force. you swap those teams out and ya look at a DII and a couple powder puffs. You'd still make the playoff considering you have the name of Notre Freakin Dame. 4. You can't recruit worth sh#t at all period. Well okay actually you can, but you develop players almost as good as taco bell develops a cantina burrito. Stick to Chipotle. 5. And last but certainly not least, for some reason I find myself switching to channel 6 every Saturday around 2 pm. I don't know how you do it Notre Dame, but I have taken a liking to watching you lose to teams you should beat and beating teams that you should lose to. It's just fun to watch, watching a Notre Dame game is like going to Cedar Point and riding every roller coaster blindfolded. It's fun but eventually, you're probably gonna sh#t yourself. I still hate you though Notre Dame, the only thing good about South Bend was the College Football Hall of Fane and now they moved that to the ATL, so T.I. and company can pretend to care about football like all other sports fans in Atlanta.
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