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Nebraska Football: Oh That Long, Hot Summer

Nebraska Football: Oh That Long, Hot Summer

by Jay Saunders

Oh that long, hot summer. For many it’s the best time of the year… barbecues, baseball games, a dip in the neighborhood pool. But for Nebraska football fans summer can be the absolute worst... Read more

5 Lessons Learned from the Nebraska Spring Game

5 Lessons Learned from the Nebraska Spring Game

by Jay Saunders

More than 76,000 people (that’s not a typo) filed into Memorial Stadium in Lincoln last weekend for the annual rite of passage better known as the Nebraska Cornhuskers spring game. However this was no ordinary scrimmage... Read more

Nebraska Cornhuskers: The Ameer Abdullah Affect

Nebraska Cornhuskers: The Ameer Abdullah Affect

by Jay Saunders

Note: I know it should be effect and not affect. You’ll have to trust I know the difference, but I also absolutely adore alliteration, so give me a pass this one time… please?!? It has to be hard to follow a legend. Ask Frank Solich... Read more

Mike Riley Making Good First Impression on Nebraska Fans

Mike Riley Making Good First Impression on Nebraska Fans

by Jay Saunders

Have you ever been on a blind date? Or even a first date, when you don’t know much about the person other than what you might have heard from your friends? The one thing that’s most important on your date is to make a good first impression... Read more

5 Questions as Nebraska Cornhuskers Begin Mike Riley Era

5 Questions as Nebraska Cornhuskers Begin Mike Riley Era

by Jay Saunders

Nebraska starts spring practice this weekend. It's kind of a holiday in the Cornhusker State. But this year there is a huge mix of excitement and trepidation throughout Husker Nation. There's a new Sheriff in town. His name is Riley, Mike Riley... Read more

Ranking The Big 12 Heisman Winners From The BCS Era

Ranking The Big 12 Heisman Winners From The BCS Era

by Steve Pipps

Quarterbacks during the BCS era controlled the Heisman Trophy. During the 16-year stretch that the BCS was in place (1998-2013), a quarterback won 12 times or 75 percent of the time. Running backs had the remaining four wins... Read more