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  1. Norm, taking your summary as accurate, it seems like the guards and centers may offset each other and this scrimmage will be won or lost by the forwards, 3 point shooting and defense. It should be a good contest. To win on the road would be a bonus. Just the experience will benefit us immensely. Now, most every school will use this excuse to add this type of game in 2017; does it become the norm or is the NCAA limiting it in the future?
  2. Nebraska Football 2017-2018

    "Nebraska quarterback Tanner Lee was 22 for 34 for 296 yards and two touchdowns. Redshirt freshman receiver JD Spielman set a school record with 200 yards receiving." Such gleaming statistics wryly tell you: You need to be able to run the ball, if you want to win!
  3. Nebraska Football 2017-2018

    I started going to games in the 50's. I went to all but 5 home games between 1969 and 2015. Last year and this year I have missed a few games due to old guy sicknesses. Yet, until tonight, I have never left a game before the 4th quarter... and I had a half-time parking lot party this evening. SAD
  4. Nebraska Football 2017-2018

    We are now the present day version of 1980's Kansas football! God, I am so embarrassed.
  5. Y'know, I'm tryna keep calm.

    It will become your wife's/girlfriend's purse, since no purses are allowed that aren't see through. So, you already have a thoughtful early XMas present!
  6. Rachel Blackburn update?

    Damn: She's a HUSKER!
  7. Row6Seat10 (read in)

    This is very sad news. May the sixth row seat 10 always be open!
  8. I see in the WH today that 2 of Patino's assistants at Louisville were put on paid leave. It seems the University has reason to worry about their assistants' actions. It also makes me wonder about an ex assistant that learned coaching on his daddy's knee. How have things been handled by the Gophers during the Patino tenure? Their recruiting has been very good; while the team has gone from the lower to the upper tier of the B1G. Chances are my suspicions never find a "smoking gun" confirmation nor a conclusive rebuttal. Just wondering.
  9. This should get you a little excited...

    It has only been 68 years since we Bused to our Big 7 conference crown. We can't be negative, when it is our time to shine. In October, hope springs ETERNAL. And this time we could be right!
  10. A quicky in the sack with Lindy

    Like we are a 3rd seed but we win a few tournament games!
  11. Nebraska Football 2017-2018

    You know things are bad when your "good news" is you beat a perennial bottom feeder, Rutgers, by 10 points. The upper tier teams will beat them with 49-10 type scores. As I look ahead, it is possible we may not be favored over any team other than Illinois! Basketball can't get here soon enough.
  12. Anton Gill

    It seems like the appropriate nickname would be: LumberJack McTrey
  13. Here is a semi reliable Google translate: A kiwi for the FRAPORT SKYLINERS - actress Tai Webster committed The FRAPORT SKYLINERS have signed a contract with Tai Webster. The 22-year-old recently played at the University of Nebraska, where he spent three years with the former Frankfurter Shavon Shields. The New Zealander is awarded a contract for the 2017/18 season with an option for the 2018/19 season. Tai Webster: "I really do not have any real expectations for my first season as a professional. It is my first season, the first opportunity to present myself as a professional. I just want to go out, work as hard as I can, and do everything Coach asks me to win. I have spoken with Shavon [Shields] before. He told me I would love it in Frankfurt. The team colleagues are all good guys, the coaching staff is extremely good and the entire workforce is very nice and works professionally. He said I could develop excellently. Of course I want to do this and help the team. My biggest strength is probably my pull to the basket. I like to attack the basket and score points against the bigger guys. " Gordon Herbert: "Tai is a point guard, but he can also be used as a combo guard. He is very good at'Pick and Roll' and has the potential to be a very good defender. I know his college coach very well. He had already given me a lot of information and good things about Shavon Shields and now about Tai. Although Tai is still very young, he already has a lot of international experience. The situation reminds me a bit of Phil Scrubb, who also came very young to us and also had a lot of international experience with the Canadian national team. This is very rare and very valuable for an international rookie, a professional in the first year. " Find out more about Tai Webster Without any professional experience Tai does not come to the FRAPORT SKYLINERS. Both in the New Zealand and the Australian first league he was able to gain experience as a boy. He played for the Waikato Pistons in the New Zealand league in 2013 and came in 18 games, 18 assists, 3.9 rebounds and 2.0 steals At the age of 17 he made his debut for the New Zealand national team. In 2012 he played the'All Blacks' qualifying for the Olympic Games and came in six games to 13.5 points. At the World Basketball Championship 2014 in Spain he came to the round of the team with the national team and helped the team as a fourth-time tournament participant with 5.3 points and 3.0 rebounds For the University of Nebraska, Tai played the full four years and in his last season averaged 17.0 points, 5.1 rebounds and 4.9 assists. Last summer, he played for the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Summer League, scoring 2.4 points and 1.2 assists in 11.4 minutes. He was also in the training camp at the Charlotte Hornets. For NBA professionals, Tai also played against Lonzo Ball, the new rookie of the Los Angeles Lakers. In the direct duel Ball scored 13 points, seven assists and three rebounds before fleeing. Tai beat the second pick of this year's NBA Draft to 19 points, seven assists and rebounds as well as two steals. Tai comes from a basketball family. His brother is also a professional basketball player and plays in New Zealand, where he has already won titles and was voted MVP. His father played in college in Hawaii and became a professional in New Zealand. Facts about Tai Webster Date of birth: 29 May 1995 Position: Point Guard / Combo-Guard Size: 1.93m Tricot number: 0 Nationality: New Zealand Last club: University of Nebraska at Lincoln Single ticket sales started From now on, individual matches are available for the first three home games of the new season. The dates are Tuesday, 03.10.2017 at 3 pm against Göttingen Wednesday, 11.10.2017 at 7 pm against Braunschweig Sunday, 22.10.2017 at 17:30 against Bayreuth The individual tickets are available via tel. 069-92887619 or online at www.fraport-skyliners.de/tickets The next game days Benefit for the Hans-Thoma-Schule: Friday, 08.09.2017 at 19.00 hours against Antwerp in Basketball City Mainhattan Season opener: Friday, 29.09.2017 at 20:30 in Jena HEIMSPIEL: Tuesday, 03.10.2017 at 3 pm against Göttingen Tickets for the home games are available at www.fraport-skyliners.de/tickets or Tel. 069-92887619. Comments: No comments available add comment * - Required field First given name: * Surname: Google Translate for Business:Translator ToolkitWebsite Translator
  14. OT: Eclipse Plans

    Nice! I saw almost the same thing; but I don't have photos to prove it.
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