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Can we send all of our guys to Breidenbach's chiropractor? We wouldn't need to stand on tippy-toes for team photos anymore.

 

 

The offseason got even better for Breidenbach and Nebraska. Even before his injury, Breidenbach had started seeing a back specialist to help him straighten out a hunch in his shoulders that’d he had most of his life.

In just a few months, he was able to improve his posture and stand up straighter. Breidenbach arrived at Nebraska listed at 6-foot-9, 210 pounds. When the team took official measurements, he measured in at 6-10.5.

 

 

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Breidenbach and his famed high school basketball program is currently in Portland playing in a holiday invitational tournament.  His school easily has 5 high major prospects on the team including 5 st

Is it just me or does this kid have the looks of someone that should play at Iowa?! 😀  I certainly hope he ends up here.  

All I can add is my personal experience. I tore the meniscus in my left knee in the 7th grade in an (ill-advised) attempt to play football. Our town was so far in the boondocks that an orthopod only v

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9 hours ago, throwback said:

Can we send all of our guys to Breidenbach's chiropractor? We wouldn't need to stand on tippy-toes for team photos anymore.

 

 

The offseason got even better for Breidenbach and Nebraska. Even before his injury, Breidenbach had started seeing a back specialist to help him straighten out a hunch in his shoulders that’d he had most of his life.

In just a few months, he was able to improve his posture and stand up straighter. Breidenbach arrived at Nebraska listed at 6-foot-9, 210 pounds. When the team took official measurements, he measured in at 6-10.5.

 

 

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Size matters.

 

That's what she said.

 

Figured I'd fast forward and get right to the bawdy humor instead of waiting a couple of days for someone else to get around to it.

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10 hours ago, throwback said:

The offseason got even better for Breidenbach and Nebraska. Even before his injury, Breidenbach had started seeing a back specialist to help him straighten out a hunch in his shoulders that’d he had most of his life.

In just a few months, he was able to improve his posture and stand up straighter. Breidenbach arrived at Nebraska listed at 6-foot-9, 210 pounds. When the team took official measurements, he measured in at 6-10.5.

 

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4 minutes ago, jimmykc said:

Just out of curiosity, does anyone know how Mr. Breidenbach likes to be addressed? Wil, Willie, Vilhelm, Brides? Wilhelm seems a bit cumbersome for everyday use.

 

Apparently the nickname his teammates came up with is 'Wilheem'

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