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Miles Ahead: Nebraska in New York, Should Nebraska's Loss to Michigan Matter When It Come to an NCAA Tournament Bid

When I first arrived in New York City last Wednesday I saw nothing but trash. It wasn’t just above the sink in the LaGuardia men’s room, it was everywhere, on every street corner in overstuffed white and black bags. 1,079 more words


Belief in the reality of a dream - GBR!

You always hear those stories of the men and women who tirelessly work, endlessly strive, and ultimately live out their dreams—the greats. Growing up, I didn’t realize I was sitting right next to one of them. 1,203 more words


Nebraska Basketball Bench Celebrating Great Plays With Shakespeare Plays

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Lincoln NE (SN) – A possible trip to the NCAA tournament has got a lot people talking about the Nebraska basketball team this year. 488 more words

Miles Ahead: Roby's Coming Out Party, Hate Will Never Win, Minnesota, Rutgers

Photo by Julia Nagy, Omaha World-Herald

If there was a drinking game for every time a BTN announcer said, “I don’t think Isaiah Roby realizes how good he can be” during a Nebraska game, I would currently be in the hospital for liver failure instead of writing this post. 808 more words


Why I would never join HuskerMax

Two words. One username.

Red Reign.

Just something I want to get off my chest; because well…. because I want to. I’ve been a “lurker” at HuskerMax/Huskerpedia for many, many years. 444 more words


Has anybody read the Bo Pelini "post-firing rant" lately?

tl;dr Bo was not just an asshole. He was a prescient asshole.

Bo's exit meeting came to mind today. So I re-read the transcript.

Aside from being a classless dick, his complaints about the administration seem weirdly accurate in hindsight. 393 more words


Who will be the Scott Frost of the beef industry?

I got to know Dr. Richard Raymond serving on Tyson Fresh Meat’s Farm Check animal wellbeing committee. A native of the Nebraska Sandhills, Doc served as Undersecretary for Food Safety at the US Department of Agriculture from 2005-2008. 619 more words