- A 67 year old man dies from natural causes at a strip club.
Archives for April 19, 2017
- Tommy was the eason for the capped success last year, but also the overall sense of failure under Riley so far.
- Brian Windhorst: ESPN NBA analyst
- Worst Tweet of the Day
- What Bill O’ Reilly/FOX and the NFL have in common
- Huskers spring Grades
- The future of the CB position is hinging on the success of Lamar Jackson in the short term
- Four More Downs w/ Alli
- Tommy was the reason for the capped success last year, but also the overall sense of failure under Riley so far.
- Tennis match interrupted by couple having sex
- Nate Clouse: Husker Online
- Buy or Sell
- Nebraska used the tight ends A LOT in the Spring Game. Connor is convinced that this is not a mirage.
- An ump came dangerously close to blowing the end of the Braves-Nats game. Is Tom going to win his fight for robot umps?
- Madison Bumgarner is returning to KC for the first time since the 2014 World Series, and Royals fans are warming up their booing chords.
- Sam McKewon, Omaha World Herald, with his post-Spring Camp thoughts and a look back at the illustrious history of Nebrasketball big men.
- Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings
- What about the Husker football program gives you the most hope right now? There’s more to choose from than there has been in recent years!
- Nebraska baseball loses to Creighton, which isn’t one of those “good losses.”
- Four Downs with Alli, brought to you by Barney Insurance
Huskers started off strong in league play but now have lost 3 of last 4 games (2 vs. Iowa and last night’s 5-2 loss at Creighton)
Tough weekend series at Minnesota, can they bounce back or is it same ol’, same ol’?
Just how big was Spring Game weekend in Husker recruiting history?
How many more players can you expect to see landed from over the weekend?
How good of a peer recruiter can Bookie Radley-Hiles be?
There are a lot of comparisons to this staff and Bill Callahan’s…how does Mike Riley make sure it ends better than that staff?
Callahan went 5-6 in his first year; Riley went 6-7. Callahan recruited at a very high level; Riley’s staff is getting praised for recruiting. Callahan ran an offense with more passing than seen before; Riley’s offense feels like it will be pass-oriented
What can Riley learn from that era and ensure that his tenure doesn’t end the same? Callahan’s 2nd and 3rd years were solid with 9 wins; Year 1 and 4 doomed him. Riley could definitely get to 9 wins in year 3…is the future brighter after that in Year 4?
How hopeful are you for the 2017 Nebraska football season?