Tagged: sports

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Welcome to BikeLNK

by Jamie Granquist —Lincoln’s best-in-class bike-sharing program. The city of Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln students and administration and community leaders started talking about bike-share systems and what they could mean for the community in 2014. The city applied for and...

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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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A Husker Comes Home

by Brian Rosenthal  There is no place like Nebraska. Those words from the University of Nebraska school song perhaps explain better than any other words why Scott Frost returned to coach the Nebraska football team, and why he’s destined to...

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Husker Women Shine

by Tyler Thomas When people think about Nebraska, it’s usually two things; corn and the Cornhuskers. That makes sense. Corn is the biggest crop in the state, and the Nebraska Cornhuskers are the premier sports brand. Cornhuskers (or Huskers) brings...

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2018 Cornhusker State Games

by Dave Mlnarik More than 10,000 Nebraska athletes converge in Lincoln each July for competition in more than 60 sports at 45 different venues. The July family tradition known as the Cornhusker State Games brings folks together from more than...