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Growing up 120 miles west of Omaha, I had never even really heard of Creighton until I was 12 years old.   Looking back, those were 12 pretty good years.

Hard to hold a grudge against anyone that's just trying to maximize their exposure during a very narrow window of opportunity.  I personally want the best for any former Husker and the existence of th

Nothing like adults telling kids how to live there dreams. Bad look for our fanbase my guy. 

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Here is Jon Rothstein’s report on Jeriah Horne:

 

Jeriah Horne, Colorado: Tad Boyle needed a replacement up front after he lost Tyler Bey to the NBA and he got that in Horne. The 6-7 forward played a major role in Tulsa’s success last season and averaged 11.1 points while 56 making three-point shots. Horne is expected to be a starter for the Buffaloes in 20-21 as he enters his fifth year of college basketball.

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1 hour ago, ConkintheCorner said:

Could it be..??  🏹🏹🏹🏹

Here's a quick roundup from the Southern Illinois student paper about Prairie View's fortunes:

Prairie View A&M Panthers (19-13 2019-20, 14-4 SWAC, won league championship)

Coach: Byron Smith (75-71 at PVAM, 75-71 overall)

Returning starters: 6-8 F Lenell Henry (4.8 ppg., 4.9 rpg.)

 

Other key players: 6-2 G Faite Williams (4.9 ppg., 3.1 rpg.); 6-3 G Jock Hughes (transfer from Stephen F. Austin that sat out last season); 6-7 G D'Rell Roberts (11.6 ppg., 2.9 rpg., 2.8 apg. at Kilgore Community College last season); 6-1 G Damari Parris (graduate transfer from Eastern Michigan); 6-6 G Dajour Joseph (transfer from New Mexico State); 6-10 C Chandler Oriahki (transfer from Tyler Junior College).

 

Notes: The Panthers are largely rebuilding from their SWAC championship squad last season that did not get to compete in the league tournament because of the coronavirus. Prairie View landed Nebraska transfer Cam Mack, a 6-2 point guard that started 25 of 28 games last season, and 6-3 guard Jeremiah Gambrell Jr. from Western Kentucky. If both receive waivers, and the NCAA has been giving them out like candy during this strange year, the Panthers could be pretty tough in Louisville. 

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Here is what I think is the full list

 

Jordy Tshimanga - Dayton

Jeriah Horne - Colorado

Jervay Green - Pacific

Dedoch 'D-Day' Chan - ???

Nana Ankenten - Southeast Missouri State

Cam Mack - Prairie View A&M

Amir Harris - George Washington

Thomas Allen - NC State

Charlie Easley - South Dakota State

Samari Curtis - Evansville

Karrington Davis - Butler Community College

Brady Heiman - South Dakota

Kevin Cross - Tulane

 

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I am still totally aghast at the Nebraska basketball recruiter and/or head coach who saw film or saw Dedoch play in person, and thought for one second, that he could play Big Ten basketball for Nebraska.  Seriously!!!

I remember visiting with HB, Norm and others after our first glance, thinking, WTH!!!

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Nana Akenten had a good debut for SEMO State. Came off the bench to score 17, including 4 3's, and grab 6 boards. I have to admit that when we signed him I thought we had a good one with his ability to shoot the 3 and his highlight dunks. Of course when watching highlights you don't get to see what the player is lacking like lack of lateral quickness. Hope he does well for his new school.

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2 hours ago, jimmykc said:

Haven't seen any mention of this yet but South Dakota State beat Craig Smith's Utah State Aggies like a drum yesterday with Charlie Easley playing 18 minutes and getting 7 points. 

 

SDSU has 3 Nebraskans on their roster that play significant minutes for the Jacks.

 

Against Utah St. David Wingett (Winnebago) scored 11, Charlie Easley (Pius X) had 7, and Baylor Scheierman (Aurora) led the team with 23 points.

 

For Utah St. besides Craig Smith, the Aggies have Brandon Ubel as a GA on their coaching staff.

 

 

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