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Will Randy Gregory play? If so, how much? (AUDIO)

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Bo Pelini says Randy Gregory will be back on the defensive line for the Huskers this Saturday night at Fresno State. Gregory doesn’t sound so sure of that. He tells us he’s 100%, but is he afraid to go out there and push it? Listen to the Big Red Report This is the second of three […] Read More »

Huskers will get Gregory back for Fresno State and Cotton calls his play “bone headed” (AUDIO)

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Good news on the injury front. The Huskers will have their biggest defensive threat back on the field. Bo Pelini said Randy Gregory, who has played just in the opening series of the Florida Atlantic game will play at Fresno State. Pelini said Gregory looked great running on Sunday. The injury situation is a little […] Read More »

Penn State eligible for Big Ten football championships again

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The Big Ten Conference, through its Council of Presidents and Chancellors (COPC), has agreed today to restore Penn State’s eligibility for the Big Ten Football Championship Game. The agreement follows the announcement today, by the NCAA, to further modify sanctions set forth in the Consent Decree entered into with Penn State on July 23, 2012, […] Read More »

NU punter picks up Big Ten special team honors

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Nebraska punter Sam Foltz was honored for his performance against McNeese State on Saturday, as he was named Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week. It is the first time the Grand Island native has received the Big Ten honor, and marks the second straight week a Husker has received a Big Ten weekly […] Read More »

Abullah named to Hornung honor roll

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Husker I-back Ameer Abdullah was one of four players around the nation named to the Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll exemplifying their versatility on the field. Abdullah earned the honored as he totaled 184 all-purpose yards in a 31-24 win over McNeese State. His 58-yard touchdown reception with 20 seconds left, which was the No. […] Read More »

High school football scores from 9/5/14

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Friday (09/05/2014) Ainsworth 28, Centura 18 Archbishop Bergan 55, Freeman 8 Ashland-Greenwood 28, Syracuse 13 Aurora 46, Alliance 27 Axtell 48, Dundy County-Stratton 6 BDS 30, Blue Hill 23 Bancroft-Rosalie 66, Osceola 36 Battle Creek 41, Oakland-Craig 6 Bellevue West 42, Papillion-LaVista South 32 Bertrand 40, Eustis-Farnam 10 Bishop Neumann 28, Lincoln Christian 26 Boone […] Read More »

Huskers are not taking McNeese State lightly (AUDIO)

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For McNeese State this is their season opener. The Cowboys moved up to No. 6 in the FCS poll. They were 10-3 last season and went to the FCS playoffs for a Southland Conference-record 15th time, where they lost in the first round to Jacksonville State. The Cowboys averaged 40.0 points a game last season, […] Read More »

Lopers can’t do much against defending national champs

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The Nebraska-Kearney Lopers, with a young team, hung around the first quarter against the defending D-II football national champs and kept close most of the first half, but in the end come up short losing 31-7 on a warm night in Maryville, Mo. Northwest Missouri scored 24 unanswered points to earn a season opening victory […] Read More »

High school football scores from 9/4/14

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Beatrice 29, Ralston 6 Bloomfield 62, Niobrara/Verdigre 22 Doniphan-Trumbull 24, Twin River 14 Grand Island 28, Lincoln Southeast 7 Omaha South 46, Omaha Northwest 45 Read More »

Lopers face stiff season opening test traveling to defending D-II champion Northwest Missouri State

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Nebraska-Kearney football team starts the 2014 season with the ultimate challenge, facing top-ranked and defending national champion NW Missouri State on the road Thursday night.  Kickoff from Bearcat Stadium in Maryville, Mo., is set for 7:07 p.m. The contest is the “MIAA Game of the Week” and in Nebraska, Cox Cable in Omaha is carrying the […] Read More »

Westerkamp and Armstrong have the opportunity to leave a lasting impression on and off the field

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There is still a buzz surrounding the behind the back catch made by Jordan Westerkamp. Hard to believe the sophomore may be remembered for this catch and how quickly we forget he was involved in the Hail Mary catch for the win over Northwestern. Highlights, photo montages of the catch are everyone. Westerkamp himself if […] Read More »

Gregory will miss at least one week after surgery (AUDIO)

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Bo Pelini said that defensive end Randy Gregory will be out this week against McNeese State after undergoing surgery on Sunday. Pelini said it was an old basketball injury that flared up after a non-contact play on Saturday against Florida Atlantic.  Pelini said Gregory had his knee scoped on Sunday morning after an MRI showed […] Read More »

Abdullah named Big Ten offensive player of the week

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I-back Ameer Abdullah was honored by the Big Ten Conference Monday, as he was named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week. Abdullah earned the award after rushing for a career-high 232 yards on 21 carries in a 55-7 win over Florida Atlantic on Saturday. His rushing total was the 15th-most in Nebraska school […] Read More »

High school football scores from 8/29/14

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Friday (08/29/2014) Amherst 58, Shelton 12 Aquinas Catholic 7, Hartington Cedar Catholic 0 Arapahoe 40, Alma 29 Ashland-Greenwood 46, Wahoo 10 BDS 66, Harvard 0 Bancroft-Rosalie 62, Winside 14 Battle Creek 35, Stanton 7 Bayard 38, Mitchell 19 Bellevue East 40, Lincoln East 34 Bellevue West 41, Omaha Westside 0 Bennington 20, Platteview 2 Bertrand […] Read More »

Pelini has the Huskers prepared for anything, but ready to adjust (AUDIO)

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This was supposed to be a matchup of brother vs. brother, but Carl Pelini, the one time defensive coordinator for the Huskers was dumped by Florida Atlantic. Carl, back in an interview in April, said his firing ultimately had more to do with an athletic director who didn’t hire him more so than his alleged […] Read More »