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The Fight for Nebraska Football

by Brian Rosenthal  When it comes to navigating a normal college football schedule with few interruptions, no coach in the nation has experienced worse fortune than Scott Frost. In only his second year as a head coach, at Central Florida,...

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Tour Memorial Stadium

by Anne and Steve Teget Each year, about 30,000 people tour Nebraska football’s Memorial Stadium, and you can be one of them. The University of Nebraska offers complimentary guided tours of the stadium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. To reserve a...

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The Cornhuskers

by Tyler A. Thomas When most people think about Nebraska, they usually conjure up two things: corn and the Cornhuskers. And that makes sense. Corn is the most widely grown crop in the state, and with no professional sports teams...

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NEBRASKA ATHLETICS—Getting Back on Track

by Drew Guiney Nebraska’s breakup with Bo Pelini was ugly, as most one-sided breakups often are. Words were said—bad words—feelings were hurt, and tough decisions were made. When the dust settled, our head football coach packed his bags and left...

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Nebraska Athletics: Momentum in the Right Direction

by Drew Guiney Depending on whom you ask, a number of words could be used to describe the 2013-14 Husker athletic year. Surprising. Exhilarating. Confusing. Disappointing. Redeeming. Some might even give you their graduate-level dissertation on exactly what went wrong, at...

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Husker Pride

by Paige Cornwell There is no place like Nebraska, and there is no pride like Husker Pride. Husker fans are known for being loyal to their teams. Every season, thousands of fans wearing scarlet and cream crowd into Nebraska’s various...

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Husker Football: More than a Game

by Drew Guiney   I don’t want to mince words, but I’m not sure how else to say it. Sometimes it can be hard to be a Husker fan. See, I was spoiled as a kid. I was one of the lucky...

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What a Difference a Year Makes

This time last year, Husker football fans and the college sporting world were abuzz with anticipation and speculation as to how we would measure up after our highly covered move from the Big Twelve to the Big Ten. The university...