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Yost says not to read too much into early lineups


Jarrod Dyson was in the lineup card in left field in the Royals' Cactus League opener, filling in for Alex Gordon, who is still rehabbing his right wrist. Manager Ned Yost also plopped Dyson second in the batting order, leading to obvious speculation t... Read More »

UNL professor says Obama not ready to embrace Netanyahu Iran strategy


A University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor says the Obama Administration isn’t ready to play hardball against Iran as advocated by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Netanyahu addressed Congress Tuesday about the danger Iran poses to Israel, the United States, and the entire world as it continues to develop a nuclear program. Netanyahu stated that everyone should walk away […] Read More »

Six incoming Huskers on the 2015 Shrine Bowl roster


Husker recruits Michael Decker of Omaha North and Daishon Neal of Omaha Central are the two main players in this summer’s 57th annual Nebraska Shrine Bowl.  In addition four husker walk-ons will play.  They include: Wyatt Mazour – Boone Central (Nebraska walk-on) Conor Young – Cozad (Nebraska walk-on) Noah Johnson – Sutton (Nebraska walk-on) Fyn Anderson – Lincoln Southeast (Nebraska walk-on) […] Read More »

Wisconsin too much for Huskers as late rally falls short


Sam Dekker matched his career high with 21 points, and Wisconsin (22-2, 10-1 Big Ten) won its seventh straight game with a 65-55 win over Nebraska on Tuesday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena. The Cornhuskers (13-11, 5-7) lost for the fourth time in five games. Dekker’s three-pointer with just under five minutes to play put the […] Read More »

As starter or off bench, Dyson will play hard for Royals


Outfielder Jarrod Dyson was a major reason the Royals were 72-1 when leading after seven innings last year, but his late-game defensive role could fade this season due to the club singing Alex Rios. While Dyson would like an everyday role, he'll do wha... Read More »

Rios excited to join ‘impressive’ Royals


The Royals feel as if veteran outfielder Alex Rios will be a perfect fit in Kansas City, blending in seamlessly with their style of play in the outfield. Read More »

Royals content to play waiting game at Meetings


The Royals' waiting game continued on Tuesday, the second day of the Winter Meetings, and general manager Dayton Moore said once again that he was perfectly fine with talk that could either lead to action or not. Read More »

KQNK Is Your Home For Norton Bluejay Athletics


Classic Hits KQNK is your world-wide broadcast home for Norton Bluejay Athletics! Catch the complete KQNK broadcast schedule below, as we deliver play by play action this winter for Norton High School basketball and wrestling! Every game on KQNK is simulcast over the internet, right here on KQNK.com. Tune in all season long for great Norton Bluejay Athletics! On the go? download ... Read More »

Giants turn two after replay overturns safe call


Giants manager Bruce Bochy came out on the winning end of a replay challenge in Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday night. The Royals' Eric Hosmer dove headfirst into first base trying to break up a double play in the third inning, and he was ruled... Read More »

Royals put ball in play, put game away


The Royals got all they wanted in this inning and on this night. Game 6 was essentially over not long after it started, as Kansas City's seven-run second paved the way to a 10-0 victory that gave the club its ticket to Game 7 at Kauffman Stadium. Read More »

Howser’s daughter is with Kansas City all the way


Play your kind of baseball, Royals -- unrelenting, always ready, and capable. Know we are with you, support you and appreciate you. A lifetime of gratitude extended to our family assures that Kansas City understands and appreciates the quality of what ... Read More »

Finnegan set for World Series after college run


Sitting in his criminal justice classes four months ago at Texas Christian University, Brandon Finnegan could not wait to be done with college so he could go play professional baseball. Read More »

A baseball latecomer, Cain’s determination led way


Lorenzo Cain has shined on both sides of the ball this postseason, stroking hits with regularity and chasing down drives in the outfield gaps. Those feats would be impressive even without the knowledge that he didn't play baseball at any level until hi... Read More »

Dependable Royals good at staying in contact


From Opening Day to Kansas City's thrilling, 6-4, victory in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series, one thing has stayed consistent: the Royals' skill at putting the ball in play. Read More »

Five things we learned from Royals’ ALDS sweep


So we know that the Royals are going to play the Orioles in the ALCS, and the winner will be going to the World Series for the first time since the 1980s. It may end up being the Royals, because this is the third time the Angels have been swept in the ... Read More »