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  1. HuskerFever

    Dedoch is N

    This might refresh some people's memories:
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    Dedoch is N

    Or....Jackie? How about just "Sack"? Seemed to work in the past.
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    Nebraska Football 2018-2019

    New season, new thread. So this didn't last long. Nebraska's Director of Recruiting Operations made it from February to May and now the position is vacant: http://journalstar.com/sports/huskers/life-in-the-red/frost-s-director-of-recruiting-operations-takes-job-at-alabama/article_6e7ac756-5569-11e8-8277-fb0db5bbc526.html
  4. HuskerFever

    2018-19 Husker opponents

    Only 117 more days to go.
  5. Pigeons. http://journalstar.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/city-hall-pigeon-problem-at-pinnacle-bank-arena/article_b6651433-cec1-518c-abdf-a6be0e667f7e.html
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    Nebraska Football 2018-2019

    Add two more names to the "who burglarized Scott Frost's home" list: https://www.omaha.com/news/crime/police-arrest-two-more-including-teen-boy-in-burglary-at/article_e7cbf4b6-1c59-507d-9c90-e60ff6828ae1.html
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    OT: The Key to Our Home Court Advantage

    They strike again: https://journalstar.com/news/local/a-plan-to-pigeon-proof-plaza-at-pinnacle-bank-arena/article_9c4cc6bf-50b4-5dcf-a813-c486e621ddb8.html
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    The Official Media Thread

    St. John's doesn't seem too worried about their weak schedule. Prepare for your tournament hopes to be over starting in December. https://nypost.com/2018/08/09/how-schedule-could-hurt-st-johns-ncaa-tourney-chances/amp/ St. John's coach: “We win our conference games, we’ll be in good shape,” Mullin said in a phone interview. Rothstein: “No Big East team needs the conference to be good next season more than St. John’s,” CBS Sports college basketball analyst Jon Rothstein said in a phone interview. “The days of stacking up meaningless non-conference victories and making the NCAA Tournament are over and done with. “Nebraska last year won more conference games then they’ve ever won in the history of its program and they weren’t even on the bubble come Selection Sunday because it didn’t have enough quality wins. To make the NCAA Tournament, you have to beat other teams that are going to be in the NCAA Tournament.”
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    New Graduate Manager

    The way the NCAA has been operating, that's probably true.
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    Dedoch is N

    This might be a minor detail, but what excites me most about these commitment tweets is how the majority of them include a picture of the PBA filled to the brim. There's no way that's not at least a small factor in why recruits get excited about this program. GBR!
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    Nebraska Football 2018-2019

    Not to derail from the current conversation, but it appears they've caught their first suspect in the Scott Frost robbery case. I'm sure there's plenty more to come: https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/police-arrest-17-year-old-girl-in-burglary-case-of-nebraska-coach-scott-frosts-house/amp/
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    The Injury Report

    And so it begins...
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    Way too early Top 25

    I bet it's a good lookin' hat too.
  14. HuskerFever

    Nebraska Football 2018-2019

    Yes, but how many of those are Quadrant 1 wins?
  15. HuskerFever

    "A Season To Watch"

    Can't wait to binge watch this one.
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    OT: Urban Meyer

    They've got a role model in Michigan State to follow. Urban will be just fine.
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    2018-19 Husker opponents

    http://halloffameweekend.com/classic/news/2018/2018_field Missouri State - The Bears finished the regular season at 7-11 in the Missouri Valley Conference, good for seventh place, and 17-15 overall… Attempting to reach the post-season for the first time in four years…..Led by senior forwards Alize Johnson, averaging team-highs in points (15.0), rebounds (11.6) and assists (2.8) and Jarrid Rhodes (10.8ppg) … Kyle Moats, Director of Athletics of the Bears, stated: “Missouri State is very honored to participate in the 2018 Hall of Fame Classic. It’s not only an opportunity to showcase our program on the national stage, but also gives our players and staff an opportunity to play for a cause. We are honored to represent the state of Missouri, and we’re excited to play in Kansas City.” Nebraska– Enjoying their most successful season in decades, the Huskers completed the regular season tied for fourth place in the rugged Big Ten Conference, with a 13-5 mark and 22-10 overall… Looking to return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 2013-14 season….Led by junior guard and First Team All-Big Ten James Palmer, Jr. (17.3ppg), junior forward Isaac Copeland (12.9ppg) and junior guard Glynn Watson, Jr. (10.5ppg)… Huskers head coach Tim Miles had this to say about playing in the event: “Our program is excited to play in the 2018 Hall of Fame Classic. When building our non-conference schedule, we look for opportunities to play high-quality games, as well as provide a great experience for our team. With USC, Texas Tech and Missouri State in the 2018 field, the Hall of Fame Classic will provide us an important early-season test. Many of our fans remember annually going to Kansas City for the conference tournament, and the Hall of Fame Classic gives our fans a chance to enjoy a great city and cheer on the Huskers in an outstanding tournament close to home.” Texas Tech - The Red Raiders are in the midst of one of their best seasons in school history, checking in at 11-7 in the ultra-competitive Big 12 Conference, good for second place, and 23-8 overall with a current ranking of 12th in the country…..Looking to participate in their second NCAA Tournament in the past three seasons… Led by dynamic senior point guard Keenan Evans (17.4ppg) and the freshman guard tandem of Zhaire Smith (11.5ppg) and Jarrett Culver (11.5ppg)… Red Raiders head coach Chris Beard said, “Our program is looking forward to competing in the Hall of Fame Classic and in front of Texas Tech fans in Kansas City and in the Midwest. The event has several talented teams and will help us prepare for our Big 12 schedule.” USC– Finished in second place in the difficult Pac-12 Conference, at 12-6, and 21-10 overall… The Trojans are hoping to advance to their third consecutive NCAA Tournament.… led by junior forward Chimezie Metu (15.9ppg), and senior guards Jordan McLaughlin (12.5ppg) and Elijah Stewart (11.5ppg)……Fifth-year head coach Andy Enfield had this to say about participating in this year’s tournament: “We look forward to competing in the 2018 Hall of Fame Classic held at the Sprint Center in Kansas City next season. The Hall of Fame Tournaments are always competitive and this event will provide our team with a great challenge early in the season.”
  18. HuskerFever

    2018-19 Husker opponents

    @royalfan, you ready to watch some Marist 2.0 hoops this upcoming season?
  19. HuskerFever

    Successful Season

    If the standings were this way, Michigan State, Michigan, and Indiana would get selected into the tournament.
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    Jordy Gone

    Sounds wet.
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    Jordy Gone

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    Jordy Gone

    So what do we call him now?
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    Jordy Gone

    This has been a pretty mellow offseason for us in terms of transfers and departures. If this is the last of it, we're in a pretty good spot.
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    Jordy Gone

    This board sometimes reminds me of two best friends talking to each other about dating... Introduces a significant other to their best friend: "Awe, they're so awesome!" Breaks up with a significant other: "You're better off without them." Gets back together with significant other: "You two are so great together." Breaks up again: "They didn't deserve you anyway."
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    Nebraska Football 2018-2019

    Ron Brown is back N: https://journalstar.com/sports/huskers/football/ron-brown-returns-to-nebraska-joins-frost-s-staff-in/article_81625e6f-3774-5680-9621-44581a11d802.amp.html
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