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UNK’s Morris picks up 100th victory

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Juniors Bronson Marsh and Romero Cotton each ran for 112 yards and the defense came up with a goal line stand as Nebraska-Kearney beat Lindenwood, 31-13, Saturday afternoon for their second straight win. This also is the 100th career win for UNK head coach Darrell Morris. Kearney scored the game’s first 24 points and finished with […] Read More »

Thursday night football scores from 10/16/14

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Fullerton 52, Howells-Dodge 46 Hay Springs 62, Crawford 18 Lincoln North Star 14, Lincoln High 10 Omaha Gross Catholic 24, Ralston 19 Parkview Christian 62, Lewiston 0 Sutherland 42, Morrill 30 Read More »

Beck claims protecting the ball a trademark of Nebraska football…really? (AUDIO)

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I’m not sure I would call protecting the football a trademark of NU football under Bo Pelini and Tim Beck (a term he used the other day at practice)…turnovers have always been an issue, in my mind. I could be wrong, but turnovers have been an issue against Northwestern as well.Beck says he wants to […] Read More »

Nebraska-Rutgers set for 1 p.m. kick

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The Big Ten Conference announced that Nebraska’s Oct. 25 matchup with Rutgers will kick off at 11 a.m. CDT. The matchup at Memorial Stadium will be televised on either ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU. The Nebraska-Rutgers game is just the second all-time between the schools and the first ever meeting in Lincoln. The only previous game […] Read More »

No Husker football to watch. We have a couple of games to keep your eyes on (AUDIO)

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Of course it’s a bye week for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, but several games you need to keep your eyes on in terms of the standings in the Big Ten East. The first in Northwestern at Minnesota. The Wildcats host the Huskers next weekend and a win for them tomorrow over the Gophers would move them […] Read More »

Pelini was tired of playoff talk back in August (AUDIO)

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The Huskers have been practicing for the past couple of days, yesterday it was in full pads and the Big Red hit the field again today at 3:45, this bye week comes at nice time. They’ve played half of their schedule and now have an extra week to re-assess the team and where they’re heading […] Read More »

Pelini was tired of playoff talk back in August (AUDIO)

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The Huskers have been practicing for the past couple of days, yesterday it was in full pads and the Big Red hit the field again today at 3:45, this bye week comes at nice time. They’ve played half of their schedule and now have an extra week to re-assess the team and where they’re heading […] Read More »

Michigan State disappointed in their students and Wisconsin going dual QB (AUDIO)

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Here’s a problem we never have a Memorial Stadium…filling it up. That was an issue for Michigan State in their win over the Huskers. In fact, it was such a problem the school’s athletic director Mark Hollis was on Twitter Sunday night expressing his embarrassment for the empty seats in the student section. As I […] Read More »

Chadron State kicker picks up RMAC special teams honors

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Chadron State kicker Randy Wentz was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference’s Special Teams Player of the Week. Wentz, a sophomore from Scottsbluff went 2-for-2 in Chadron State’s 40-7 victory over Western State Colorado University Saturday, including a career-best 47 yarder. Wentz is 4-for-4 on the season, with two longer than 40 yards. Wentz is […] Read More »

Armstrong wants another shot at Michigan State (AUDIO)

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It was a weekend full of upsets in college football, as the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th and 8th ranked teams were all upset this past week…Five of the top ten schools lost. The Nebraska Cornhuskers did everything they could in the fourth quarter to make Michigan State the 6th top 10 team to lose, but […] Read More »

Huskers have struggled against ranked teams under Pelini (AUDIO0

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If history repeats itself on Saturday, this could be a tough one for the Huskers when they travel to Michigan State. After grabbing a victory in its Big Ten opener against Illinois, Nebraska hits the road for the first time in conference action. The Huskers are 1-2 in Big Ten road openers, defeating Purdue last […] Read More »

Armstrong and other focused on eliminating turnovers against Michigan State (AUDIO)

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Last year when the Huskers lost to Michigan State, Tommy Armstrong threw two big touchdown passes…a 32 yarder to Sam Burtch in the first quarter and a 38 yarder to Kenny Bell late in the third. Ameer Abdullah gained 123 yards on 32 carries. It was the first time a team was able to gain more […] Read More »

High school football scores for Friday 9/26/14

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Adams Central 41, Gering 12 Anselmo-Merna 90, Pleasanton 36 Ansley-Litchfield 28, Twin Loup 8 Aquinas Catholic 38, Yutan 0 Arapahoe 48, Axtell 12 Arcadia-Loup City 29, Ravenna 14 Archbishop Bergan 46, Tekamah-Herman 6 Arthur County 33, Minatare 28 Ashland-Greenwood 48, Arlington 7 Aurora 20, McCook 19 Battle Creek 43, Crofton 0 Beatrice 54, Mount Michael […] Read More »

Illinois’ young QB will face his toughest test yet. Sophomore off to record breaking start

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The Nebraska Cornhuskers open up Big Ten play today facing the Illinois Fighting Illini with an 8 p.m. kickoff.  Last week, Miami’s young quarterback saw what can happen with 92,000 fans getting revved up into a frenzy and now the Illini sophomore quarterback Wes Lunt could get the next dose as he faces an improving […] Read More »

Pelini is looking for the defense to tighten up their technique against Illinois

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The Huskers turn their attention to the start of Big Ten play, hosting Illinois. Overall Bo Pelini happy with the 4-0 start, but defensively his team is cutting some corners when it comes to the basics and it showed at times against Miami.  Miami approached this game a little differently than what they’ve done in […] Read More »