1. A Relatively Short Essay from a Nebraska Fan on Why I Now Hate Missouri

    I think I hate this Missouri football team. I'm not certain because I've never had strong feelings for the Tigers before this season, but I've found myself actually thinking a lot about the Missouri-Nebraska bell this summer...

    Big Red Network Written by Big Red Network about almost 6 years ago 861 reads 8 comments

  2. 2008 Opponent Previews: Missouri

    Rather than begin our previews with Western Michigan, we thought we’d start by highlighting the all-important Big 12 North. Missouri is the favorite in the North, and with good reason...

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  3. Nebraska Football: Translating Bo Pelini's "Coach Speak" at Media Days

    Well, Big 12 Media Days are in full swing. Husker Coach Bo Pelini took his turn in front of the microphone yesterday. I'm sure by now many of you have pored over the transcript and read some of the reports about what he had to say...

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  4. Huskers Reveal Depth Chart

    Nebraska revealed its first official depth chart for 2008. Of course, coaches will say these listings don't mean anything and that they are likely to change. That's all well and good...

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  5. Castiglione a Class Act

    Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione is seeking to restore the mutual respect and goodwill that existed for so long between Oklahoma and Nebraska...

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  6. Bo (Pelini) Knows How to Tackle

    Reader, frequent commenter, and eagle-eye Tyler sent us this gem of a video. First, admire one of the hardest hits you'll ever see on a football field. Then, pause it at the 14-second mark...

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  7. A War Is Coming

    Granted our country is already at war, you might even say two wars, but in Husker football terms, I’m talking about the battle for the starting quarterback job next spring...

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  8. The Weekly Buzz

    The buzz this week: high expectations surround Marlon Lucky, low expectations surround the rest of the team, and a congratulations to former Husker soccer players. » A conference media poll picked Marlon Lucky for the preseason All-Big 12 team...

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  9. Nebraska Football: A Return to Normalcy Starts at Home

    Across the air waves and all around the Internet, you'll find fans discussing what it will take for Nebraska football to return to its old form...

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  10. Nebraska Football: Dallas Morning News Not Built on Mathematics

    I’m a numbers guy. When you think numbers, you live numbers, and it’s not uncommon to be reading a newspaper and see a writer horribly misapply, misinterpret, or flat-out misunderstand a number...

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  11. Joe Ganz and Marlon Lucky Will Continue Success at Nebraska

    Overlooked last year because of the disappointing defensive performances, the Nebraska offense will be returning with two of the most explosive offensive players in the Big 12, if not the country...

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  12. Nebraska Football: The Importance of Quarterback Depth

    The recent verbal commitment of quarterback recruit Cody Green got me considering the Husker roster at that position...

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  13. When Blackshirts Were Blackshirts: Mike Brown

    In our final piece looking back at the mighty Blackshirts we may have saved the best for last. A couple of years ago we ran a piece examining who could be called the best Husker of all time...

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  14. NCAA Football 09: Nebraska Cornhuskers

    Relatively speaking, I'm an old-fashioned guy: I still own an iPod that's just an iPod, my cell phone is only used for calling people and when I pick up EA Sports "NCAA Football 09" it will ...

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  15. When Blackshirts Were Blackshirts: Danny Noonan

    A great nose tackle (or in the 5-2 defense, a great “middle guard”) collapses the pocket, and Danny Noonan just destroyed it...

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  16. The Weekly Buzz

    The buzz this week: Cody Green, more Virginia Tech musings, and I read it on the Internet - so it must be true. » The first of possibly many big name recruits to commit to Nebraska, this Texas Quarterback is big, fast, and accurate...

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  17. Broderick Thomas: When Blackshirts Were Blackshirts

    If Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” wasn’t written about Broderick Thomas, it should have been. Thomas was more than just a good “linebacker...

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  18. Nebraska Football: What "Hero of the Underground" Means for the Huskers' Future

    Jason Peter’s new book, Hero of the Underground, is a good one. It’s an important book. His story of addiction and recovery is at once heartbreaking and uplifting, but you probably already know all of this...

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  19. When Blackshirts Were Blackshirts: Ralph Brown

    When we think of cornerbacks, it’s easy to reduce their job to just pass coverage. But the best corners also bring the physicality and willingness to hit. Ralph Brown was exactly that kind of corner...

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  20. Nebraska Football: Huskers Land Top-Rated QB

    Five-star rated quarterback prospect Cody Green verbally committed to the University of Nebraska today. Green, a 6’4’’ 220 lb prospect out of Dayton, Texas chose the Huskers over Texas A&M and a slew of other schools...

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  21. Nebraska Football: One Major Problem Could Ruin the 2008 Season

    This may be news to college football fans outside of the Kansas and Missouri areas, but Leon Patton of Kansas State has been arrested and suspended...

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  22. Carlos Polk: When Blackshirts Were Blackshirts

    There are plenty of theories as to why the Callahan coaching staff fizzled out and one of them was that his staff had a "bigger is always better" attitude when it came to players...

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  23. Nebraska Cornhuskers: When Blackshirts Were Blackshirts—The Trev Alberts Story

    For most Americans, the phrase “one-armed man” calls to mind “The Fugitive” (either the movie with Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones or the TV show the film was based on)...

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  24. Nebraska Football: Have You Peaked As A Husker Fan?

    In the current issue of ESPN The Magazine, columnist Bill Simmons—the loved and loathed “Boston SportsGuy”—asks the question of whether or not he’s peaked as a sports fan...

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  25. When Blackshirts Were Blackshirts: Barron Miles

    It may have been Michael Vick that coined the phrase, “it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of fight in the dog”...

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