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Nebraska Keeps Bowl Hopes Alive With Road Win Over Rutgers

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Nebraska did what it had to in order to keep hopes alive for reaching a bowl game on the road Saturday against Rutgers.   Nebraska’s 31-14 win was a far from perfect performance, but improved the Huskers’ record to 5-6 (3-4) with one game remaining on the regular season schedule.     Nebraska started strong, […]

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Nebraska rifle deer hunting season starts Saturday

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It is the time of year deer hunters wait for. Greg Wagner with Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says the nine day rifle deer hunting season starts on Saturday. Wagner says, “Thousands of hunters will be in the fields. We want to remind people that safety is the big thing. Wear your required blaze orange […]

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Confident Huskers prepare for Rutgers

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An upset victory over Michigan State has changed the outlook for Nebraska as the Huskers prepare for the final two games of the regular season. The 39-38 win over the sixth ranked Spartans was their biggest of the season and provided a confidence boost heading into Saturday’s game at Rutgers. Senior defensive tackle Kevin Williams […]

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Riley preaches consistency

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Nebraska coach Mike Riley says an upset victory over Michigan State began with a good week of practice and he is looking for the same effort this week as they prepare for a trip to Rutgers. The Huskers posted their biggest victory of the season with a 39-38 win over the sixth ranked Spartans and will […]

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Perez’s contract becomes hot topic for KC

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During the middle of the season, Royals catcher Salvador Perez openly pondered whether he already had outgrown, in terms of value, the long-term contract he signed in 2012.

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Huskers embrace role of spoiler

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Nebraska has fallen out of the race in the Big Ten West Division but the Huskers can still have an impact on the league race and the playoff landscape in the final three games of the regular season. Michigan State is seventh in the first College Football Playoff rankings and brings an 8-0 record to […]

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Hall of Fame scout Stewart lauds Moore

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Legendary Royals Hall of Fame scout Art Stewart remembers the rough times. Stewart, 88, began scouting for the Yankees in 1953 and then became a Royals' scout in 1969. He witnessed the rise of the expansion Royals to a powerhouse in the 1970s and 1980s...

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Nebraska hunters wrap up successful elk season

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Nebraska hunters had a successful bull elk season. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reports Nebraska had its second-highest bull elk harvest ever this year with 102 bulls taken. That’s topped only by the 2012 hunt in which hunters bagged 105. The early elk season closed October 25th. Hunters also took 32 cows and six […]

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Royals built as winners with staying power

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The Kansas City Royals couldn't have been more optimistic about their immediate future when last season ended. They'd just had a terrific postseason run, getting to Game 7 of the World Series before losing a close, tense contest to the San Francisco Gi...

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Royals built as winners with staying power

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The Kansas City Royals couldn't have been more optimistic about their immediate future when last season ended. They'd just had a terrific postseason run, getting to Game 7 of the World Series before losing a close, tense contest to the San Francisco Gi...

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Moore’s vision realized, patience rewarded

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It was two years ago when the Royals broke through with their first winning record under general manager Dayton Moore and their first winning season in 10 years.

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Free-swinging Royals stray from ‘Moneyball’

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If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, there may be a lot more people swinging at the first pitch next season. The Kansas City Royals are two victories away from winning the World Series. They are not playing "Moneyball." They are much closer ...

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