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  1. I just went back and watched a play, and I couldn't tell a difference. He's never been too thin. Maybe he is tho.
  2. Definitely a cool opportunity. Slight drawback, I assume all of the games would count as home games for the NET, RPI, etc and thus be less valuable from that perspective.
  3. When I go to my unread posts feed, it shows every unread post rather than only one per thread. Is this a setting I could change?
  4. Question for those bigger sports enthusiasts than me: Is there ever pressure for kids of the wealthy to walk-on?
  5. Over what time frame? Cases have been dropping nationwide for a week. Still high, no doubt, but definitely not a situation where cases are rising in all but 2 states.
  6. Maybe I just missed them, but it seemed like there were very few articles from him recently, compared to when he started to UNL.
  7. Note that he only took 41 3-pointers in his entire career haha... 7-41. An average of one 3-point attempt every 23 games. Looks like the 3-point line existed for about 3/4 of his career.
  8. Thanks, @Jugular. Is it a private club, or is there any info on how to join?
  9. I live in Omaha, but I haven't heard of this "Big Red Roundball" club. What is Shatel referencing in the excerpt below? Shonsey runs a group of Husker hoops supporters in Omaha called “Big Red Roundball.” He said the group is still getting 70 members to meetings, where the coaches speak. From the OWH
  10. The World-Herald article this morning said that the current losing streak is the longest ever.
  11. Bart Torvik is showing different stats for Dru. Here is the top ten on his site for those who have attempted 40 threes or more on the year. Still crazy/impressive, though. That's some serious shooting by Tyler Hagedorn. Also, it's interesting to look at how almost all of them shoot better from 3 than they do from 2.
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