Nebraska Cornhuskers News for March 4, 2014
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Schmidt staying busy [$]

Grant Schmidt from Sioux Falls (S.D.) Roosevelt has just started track season. The 6-foot-7 and 290-pound offensive lineman recently picked up his sixth offer and is still waiting on one from Nebraska.

Pressure is on as Huskers look to close season strong

With its NCAA Tournament hopes on the line, Nebraska faces one of its most important weeks in more than decade this week.

Tues. Nebraska hoops donuts (3-4-14) [$]

Topics: Indiana, the bubble, Benny Parker, and outside shooting.

Spring preview: Offensive line

With so many key pieces moving on, the offensive line will be one of the most fascinating positions to watch when spring ball begins this weekend.

Okun taking Pac-12 trip

Zach Okun knows all about the outstanding facilities and the trendy uniforms at Oregon. He wants to see those for sure but the four-star offensive guard wants to go more in-depth during his visit to Eugene early this week.

The Vine St. Hooligans Podcast: Episode 1

Corn Nation contributor Derek Hernandez and his co-hosts Joe Madden and Nick Verlaney debut the Vine St. Hooligans Podcast. They interview ESPN 1480's Nick Gregath, discuss Jayskers, Nebrasketball's chances at making the Big Dance and more! With Corn Nation's flagship podcast on a brief hiatus, we thought this would be the perfect opportunity to debut a new podcast for you all. Myself and fellow Husker fanatics Joe Madden and Nick Verlaney's mission for this podcast is to be a solutions-bas

Big Ten Baseball Weekly Review - 2014 Week Three

I've been meaning to get to these for the past couple of weeks but it just hasn't worked out that way. I hope to keep doing them, but in the meantime, we're really looking for someone to help out with baseball, so if that's you, please send me an email cornnation@gmail.com. THANK YOU. Below are the current Big Ten records. Obviously no one has started conference play yet, but something obvious should jump out at you, as in: WHAT THE SAM HELL IS IOWA DOING AT 9-1 WHILE PURDUE IS 1-7? B

Petteway Honors a Fallen Husker from the '80s

Nebraska basketball fans remember Dave Hoppen and Brian Carr, Eric Williams and Stan Cloudy, Bill Jackman and Anthony White. They remember Curtis Moore and more players who competed on NIT teams in

15 names to know for 2015: Defense [$]

The Huskers are on a roll on the recruiting front for 2015. HuskerOnline.com takes a look at 15 names you need to know for the class of 2015 as this recruiting class continues to progresses. Today we highlight the defensive prospects.

Nebraska Football: Previewing The '14 Quarterback Position

We kick off our 2014 Spring Football preview with taking a look at the QB position. Will Tommy Armstrong solidify his position up top? Or will Johnny Stanton come in and take the lead? Well well well, we have arrived at Spring Football for Nebraska. On Saturday, the Huskers will be kicking off their first of 15 practices, which will end on April 12th with the Red-White Spring Game. To kick off the preview, lets take a look at the Quarterback situation. Departing: Taylor Martinez - graduation R

Huskers Earn Prestigious Big Ten Honor

Two Nebraska student-athletes Emily Wong and Spencer Long have been chosen as the 2014 Wayne Duke Postgraduate Award recipients by the Indianapolis Big Ten Community Partnership.

BRR QB hot board debuts [$]

The BRR hot board is here. First up - the quarterback position.

Podcast: Harvey on AM 590 (3-3-14) [$]

BRR publisher Josh Harvey joined "The Drive" on ESPN 590 AM in Omaha to talk Nebraska basketball.

Is it Better to Be Lucky or Good?

It goes without saying that the amount of success that Nebraska has on the field in 2014 will have a great deal to do with the play of their quarterback. But the fickle finger of fate has a way of nudging teams toward victory or defeat that can't really be foreseen. For all of the productivity over his career, it would be hard to call Taylor Martinez lucky. Despite more modest productivity, you could call Tommy Armstrong lucky. Which means more?

Sioux Falls Roosevelt loaded with 2015 talent [$]

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - No team in South Dakota has more talent than Sioux Falls Roosevelt. The Rough Riders have three legit D-I prospects led by four-star OL Grant Schmidt.

Huskers Make bid to Sweep Hoosiers on Wednesday

The Huskers continue their quest for its first NCAA Tournament bid since 1998 and a first-round bye in next week's Big Ten Tournament in Indianapolis Wednesday night, as the Huskers take on Indiana.

Corn Flakes: Hidden Agendas!

A little cheesy, yes. Rich Rod shouldn't count on any acting gigs in the near future and I don't think that BERT is capable of hiding an agenda because he's too much of a blunt instrument to ever get that far. What's that in your pants, BERT, a kielbasa or a hidden agenda? (Hint: It's probably a kielbasa.) In Other News In Random Order SEC Baseball Roundup: Loads of Losses, But South Carolina Sweeps. Baseball America Ignores That - Team Speed KillsIt wasn't a good week for teams that we

PBA gives basketball team a massive boost [$]

The Bank, the Vault, PBA - regardless of what name you like for Lincoln's downtown arena, it's been a massive home court advantage for NU.

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