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  1. 2011 Dec 19

    New Defensive Line Coach?

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    By DrNaumann

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    Rumors are flying that Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini will ask Iowa defensive line coach Rick Kaczenski to join the Nebraska Cornhusker football team as defensive line coach. The current defensive line coach is John Papuchis.

    “Sources close to the program tell us Bo Pelini has targeted Iowa defensive line coach Rick Kaczenski to fill the defensive opening he has. We continue to hear that John Papuchis will be named defensive coordinator.” – FootballScoop.com

    Rick Kaczenski graduated from Notre Dame in 1997. Current coaching duties have been at Iowa for the last six years. With John Papuchis and Rick Kaczenski, we could be looking at a nice match for the Nebraska defensive. Players should be thrilled as well since Rick has sent Adrian Clayborn, Christian Ballard, and Karl Klug to the NFL.
  2. 2011 Dec 18

    Will it be John Papuchis?

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    By HuskerGuru_Justin

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    When Carl Pelini left for FAU nobody had any kind of idea who would be the next defensive coordinator. Big names on the list like Ron Zook and Mike Stoops surfaced as great hires. Then came up John Papuchis current defensive line and special teams coach also recruiting coordinator. Papuchis brings a young firery attitude to this Nebraska staff. My question about it is will the defense really be his? My guess is in some standards yes. I do believe Bo Pelini will still call the plays. It would be a learning experience for Papuchis this way.

    I am all for an in house promotion but do we expect Papuchis to still coach the line too? Today Iowa's DL coach surfaced as a replacement for that position. With that being said I think that could make us a very well coached group next year.

    What are your thoughts? I would love to hear them.

    -Justin Sommerfeld
    follow Justin on twitter. @Hskr_GuruJustin

    Tags: ron zook mike stoops john papuchis bo pelini blackshirts

  3. 2011 Dec 17

    Lil' Red

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    By bettshusker1986

    Lil' Red is one of two mascots at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's athletics teams. Lil' Red is the newest mascot, having been created for the 1993 season after a state wide contest run for that purpose. Associate athletic director Dr. Barbara Hibner was the driving force in the creation of Lil' Red.

    He can be seen on the sidelines of a Nebraska football game at Memorial Stadium, at the Bob Devaney Sports Center during basketball games and at volleyball games. The mascot is currently produced by Signs and Shapes International, Inc. based in Omaha, Nebraska. The wearer of the costume wears a "PowerBelt," a belt with an air circulation system, which brings in over 100 cubic feet (2.8 m3) of fresh outside air per minute. This is enough fresh air to accommodate roughly 1,000 people. Due to the mascot's incredibly light weight, the larger-than-life mascot can run, dance, crowd surf and shake hands.

    Since its installment, Lil' Red has won two major awards. The first was the national championship at the NCAA National Mascot Competition in 1999. The second one was an induction into the 2007 Mascot Hall of Fame, which selected its winners by an online vote
  4. 2011 Dec 12

    Sanders first hire by Carl

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    By ryanj25

    Anybody else find it fishy that Sanders abruptly left the program, quit coaching for family/personal reasons and is already back coaching? I wonder what the real reason was that Sanders left the program, seems like there is way more to the story than were told (usually is). Our DBs were money under his guidance. Good luck at FAU Marv and Carl.

    http://husker...9162166d.html
  5. 2011 Dec 06

    PINNACLE BANK ARENA in West Haymarket

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    By DrNaumann

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    Pinnacle Bank won the naming rights for the West Haymarket Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska. A long-time supporter of Husker sports, Pinnacle will pay $11.25 million for naming rights over a 25 year period.

    Drawing of the Pinnacle Bank Arena is Courtesy of DLR, BVH, and Clark Enerson.
  6. 2011 Dec 02

    Toe-tally Awesome Volleyball

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    By DrNaumann

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    Nebraska offered totally awesome volleyball this evening at home in Lincoln against Jackson State in the first round. The Cornhusker team won 25-10, 25-16, 25-13 against first-time NCAA qualifier Jackson State.

    The Huskers (2) will play Kansas State (unranked) in the second round Friday in Lincoln to move on to compete in Hawaii.
  7. 2011 Nov 28

    Nebraska Number 19 in BCS Poll

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    By DrNaumann

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    The Nebraska Cornhusker football team (9-3) finished the regular season with the defeat of the Iowa Hawkeyes on Saturday, and were rated number 19 in the USA Today and BCS rankings.

    Five Big 10 teams finished the regular season in the Top 25 rankings. The following are the USA Today and BCS polls:

    USA Today Poll

    1 LSU
    2 Alabama
    3 Virginia Tech
    4 Stanford
    5 Oklahoma State
    6 Houston
    7 Oregon
    8 Boise State
    9 Michigan State
    10 Arkansas
    11 Oklahoma
    12 Wisconsin
    13 South Carolina
    14 Georgia
    15 Kansas State
    16 Michigan
    17 TCU
    18 Baylor
    19 Nebraska
    20 West Virginia
    21 Clemson
    22 Penn State
    23 Southern Miss
    24 Florida State
    25 Cincinnati

    BCS Standings

    1 LSU 12-0
    2 Alabama 11-1
    3 Oklahoma State 10-1
    4 Stanford 11-1
    5 Virginia Tech 11-1
    6 Houston 12-0
    7 Boise State 10-1
    8 Arkansas 10-2
    9 Oregon 10-2
    10 Oklahoma 9-2
    11 Kansas State 9-2
    12 South Carolina 10-2
    13 Michigan State 10-2
    14 Georgia 10-2
    15 Wisconsin 10-2
    16 Michigan 10-2
    17 Baylor 8-3
    18 TCU 9-2
    19 Nebraska 9-3
    20 Clemson 9-3
    21 Penn State 9-3
    22 Texas 7-4
    23 West Virginia 8-3
    24 Southern Miss 10-2
    25 Missouri 7-5
  8. 2011 Nov 25

    Past and Present: Memorial Stadium Pics

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    By DrNaumann

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    From one of the first games with Iowa in 1913 where the Husker beat Iowa 12-0, to the game today where the Cornhuskers defeated Iowa 20-7, Memorial Stadium has witnessed some remarkable changes. As Memorial Stadium gets a new face on the east side, you might want recall the changes the home of the Huskers has gone through over the years. The following album can be found in the card file at Burlington Antiques in the Lincoln Nebraska Haymarket. Burlington Antiques is just a "stone's throw" away from the construction site for the new West Haymarket Arena.
  9. 2011 Nov 22

    Nebraska vs. Iowa Black Friday?

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    By HuskerGuru_Justin

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    The day after Thanksgiving has been a big tradition for Husker nation for many years. What is that tradition? Football if you already didn't know. Nebraska will play Iowa for the first time since 2000. I don't know about everyone else but I am excited for this game. Our chance to shut up the fellow corn growers next door. The question is will it really be a black Friday?



    By black Friday I mean will the Husker defense come to play like they did against Michigan State. The defense this year has left most Nebraska fans with a sour taste in their mouth. We have been up and down and inconsistent to say the least. Chalk it up to injuries or chalk it up to inexperience I don't know but it is something I did not expect to see this year. We have had a few excellent showings this year but we seem to lack the ability to follow it up. Most analysts say we have not taken that next step to be great.



    Statistically we have gotten better since the embarrassing performance at Camp Randal but we are still inconsistent. Big blowout losses to Wisconsin and Michigan have hurt us. Not to mention Northwestern walking into Lincoln and doing what Fresno State almost did. I have always been a fan of great defense and with Nebraska we had found that for the past two seasons. This year we found ourselves in unfamiliar territory. Don't get me wrong we have faced some very strong opponents but we did also in the Big 12. Instead of controlling games like the defenses in 2009 and 2010 we found ourselves playing catch-up and failing to execute on critical downs.



    Nebraska has come up with its best defensive game plans against dropback passing quarterbacks. I have not watched much of Iowa this year but from what I have seen Vandenberg is not going to gash us like a Russel Wilson, or Denard Robinson. However, we can't forget about Marcus Coker. This guy has shown what smash mouth football is all about. If we play at least half as good as we did against Michigan State we should find ourselves in a great spot to win this game.



    Come this Friday I hope to see that angry defense of years past. The passion we have lacked all year and some consistency. This game is more than just a rivalry game for Nebraska. It is a step in the process. Now whether that step is forward or backward no one will know till the outcome. It is so hard to predict what Nebraska team is going to show up. Let's hope for the sake of our fans, seniors, and coaches it is the best one we have seen yet.


    Remember, We'll all stick together in all kinds of weather
    For dear old Nebraska U.

    Go Big Red!!!!

    Beat Iowa!

    -Justin Sommerfeld

    Tags: husker football black shirts

  10. 2011 Nov 20

    Another Fight?

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    By MightyMartin

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    It's a sad news for all Pacquiao fasn out there. The commonly called People's Champ is not a champ anymore in the eyes of all the boxing analyst and boxing fans out there. Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao has been sweeped off in the tops spot in almost all the top sports channels and sites worldwides. It really was a surprise for me being a fan of Pacquiao for long years now. But I guess the saying that goes like this "You really can't have it all!" suits Pacquiao the most. In a research paper that I have read about him, he was really successful in his own hometown and he really got into lots of things before recieving all teh fame in this world. Considered to be the "mortal enemy" of Mexico in the field of boxing. Now after the recent fight that he had with Juan Manuel Marquez, has gotten to be a controversial one.

    The trilogy fight of Marquez and Pacquiao has been the center of all attention and it gotten worst during the result and a lot of things has been said regarding the controversial winning of Pacquiao in that match, when all thought it was Marquez who really deserved the belt after all. Pacquiao wins but yet not all are convinced with his performance. The controversial fight that slpits the decison of many boxing enthusiast on who they really think is the best. Pacquiao's current rank from being always at the top drops down to the second spot which brings back Mayweather to the Top Spot once again after his controversial fight with Ortiz that also gained a lot of controversy.

    Since both Mayweather and Pacquiao came from a very controversial fight this year. Could I still expect that there could be a Mayweather-Pacquiao fight by next year. A fight that will name who is the greatest between the two of them. This could probably one of the fight that all have been waiting for. Or should I expect for a Pacquiao-Marquez fight again,
  11. 2011 Nov 20

    To Nebraska Fans (From A Wolverine)

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    By lochnessyeti

    I have been going to Michigan home games since I was 5 years old (1979). Your fans yesterday, were by far the classiest and most supportive road crowd that I have seen in many many years. Top notch!
  12. 2011 Nov 20

    Huskers "Spank" Wisconsin, Win Share of Big Ten Title

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    By DrNaumann

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    Nebraska "spanked" Wisconsin tonight and won a share of the Big Ten volleyball championship in the final regular-season "Senior Day" match in Lincoln. Even though many of us wish that this was a football article, we are talking about the fourth-ranked Husker Volleyball team who won 12-25, 25-17, 25-13, 25-22 against the Wisconsin Badgers at the NU Coliseum.

    The Huskers entered the match needing to win to secure at least a share of the Big Ten Title. The second place teams, Illinois and Purdue needed to lose one match. Illinois (7) lost to Michigan State and Penn State (12) defeated Purdue (8).

    If Nebraska (23-3) defeats Iowa on Tuesday or Northwestern on Saturday they can be the sole champion in the Big 10. "We don't want to share it," NU coach John Cook said. "We've come this far, we've got to find a way to win this thing."
    Nebraska's (16-2) only losses in the Big 10 was to Penn State and Purdue.
  13. 2011 Nov 14

    Nebraska vs. Penn State: A True Class Act

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    By HuskerGuru_Justin

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    While watching Saturday's game I could not help but notice the class of the Nebraska players and fans. It all started when both teams met at midfield to pray. This was an unexpected event for every fan that was watching. When I saw this occur I could not help but smile. This made me proud to be a Husker. Now this meeting at midfield did not have to happen but I am glad it did. It was good for Nebraska and especially good for Penn State.


    The stadium errupted in applause for both teams as they walked towards each other. As they all knelt Ron Brown (Nebraska's running backs coach) lead the team in a prayer. Ron Brown has shown his true Christian faith for many years at Nebraska. He likes to lead a prayer after each game for those that want to participate. He does not force his beliefs onto his peers; He is just a man who feels strongly about his faith. The message he sent was obviously heard loud and clear.


    What occurred on that field was an absolute complete game by each team. A well fought battled which was what the viewers and fans wanted. Nebraska had a lot to play for. They were looking for a much needed road win in Big Ten play to keep them alive in the Legends division. Penn State had much more to play for. They were looking to stay atop the Leaders division with a win. They wanted to win one for Joe Pa. Last but not least they wanted to win for all the victims. Even though Penn State came out the loser I believe all of those victims witnessed a game where football prevailed over all the distractions.


    Nebraska fans really surprised me by wearing red to the game. It is not often when your athletic director advises you to not wear your school colors to a football game, but they did it anyway. There were no fights in the stands it was calm. The Penn State fans acted very classy and were very respectful to everyone they encountered. The atmosphere there was what it should be. Even though the crowd was somewhat dead for a while they really got into it in the second half. Today while reading the news I saw that some alumni from Penn State had written letters to Nebraska thanking them for being so classy to their fans and most importantly their players.


    Saturday's game was everything I wanted in a game. It was a well played game and went right down to the wire. Penn State should a lot of character and heart to keep fighting through all the adversity. I want to wish Penn State good luck in the remainder of their season and further.

    Go Big Red! Beat Michigan!

    -Justin Sommerfeld

    Tags: husker football

  14. 2011 Nov 14

    Penn State - Nebraska Friends 2011

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    By DrNaumann

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    As we visited Happy Valley for the Penn State game on Saturday 2011 we watched not only Nebraska doing exactly what they needed to do – Stand united, but I was amazed that two passionate alumni were also thrilled at the prayer scene. My Husker wasn’t just united with her Dad, but also embraced her Penn State work colleague who joined us for the game.

    People from both sidelines and across the stadium earned a great deal of respect for one another last Saturday. Nebraska’s great “cross-division rivalry” became a wonderful example of Nebraska and Penn State players, coaches, and fans looking forward to playing each other more than any team during the year.

    From the pre-game prayer on the 50-yard line to the shaking of hands at the end, Nebraska and Penn State showed a great deal of respect for one another. It was a proud moment for Husker fans. The media frenzy was exactly that...a media frenzy. The game was about family, friends, fans and a group of young men playing the sport with passion.
  15. 2011 Nov 14

    Nebraska High School Football Playoff Scores

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    By DrNaumann

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    CLASS A

    Semifinals Results

    Omaha Burke 35, Omaha Central 28
    Lincoln Southeast 28, Papillion-La Vista 18

    Championship Nov. 22 @Memorial Stadium

    Second Round Results

    Omaha Burke 55, Papillion-LV South 7
    Omaha Central 34, Grand Island 24
    Lincoln Southeast 28, Millard South 7
    Papillion-LV 40, Lincoln Southwest 34

    CLASS B

    Semifinal Results

    Elkhorn 41, Adams Central 7
    Crete 20, Gretna 15

    Championship Nov. 21 @Memorial Stadium

    Second Round Results

    Adams Central 28, McCook 24
    Elkhorn 14, Blair 7
    Crete 14, Aurora, 13
    Gretna 38, Ralston 9

    CLASS C-1

    Semifinal Results

    Norfolk Catholic 31, Minden 7
    Platteview21, Wahoo 10

    Championship Nov. 22 @Memorial Stadium

    Quarterfinal Results

    WEST DIVISION

    Norfolk Catholic 21, Pierce 10
    Minden 35, Gothenburg 6

    EAST DIVISION

    Wahoo 43, Arlington 8
    Platteview 42, Columbus Lakeview 0

    Second Round Results

    Norfolk Catholic 35, Chadron 13
    Pierce 30, Valentine 13
    Minden 21, Boone Central 12
    Gothenburg 36, Ogallala 35, 4OT
    Wahoo 32, Bishop Neumann 16
    Arlington 20, David City 13
    Columbus Lakeview 40, Omaha Roncalli 20
    Platteview 55, Columbus Scotus 28

    CLASS C-2

    Semifinal Results

    Aquinas 26, Lincoln Christian 19
    Kearney Catholic 14, North Platte SP 13

    Championship Nov. 22 @Memorial Stadium

    Quarterfinal Results

    EAST DIVISION

    Aquinas 33, Tri County 7
    Lincoln Christian 29, Oakland-Craig 16

    WEST DIVISON

    North Platte SP 13, Hastings SC 6
    Kearney Catholic 17, Crofton 14

    Second Round Results

    Aquinas 14, Lutheran Northeast 7
    Tri County 44, Elmwood-Murdock 12
    Oakland-Craig 20, Hartington CC 19
    Lincoln Christian 27, Wilber-Clatonia 16
    Hastings SC 35, West Holt 21
    North Platte SP 31, Cambridge 20
    Crofton 37, Perkins County 9
    Kearney Catholic 47, Blue Hill 7

    CLASS D-1

    Semifinal Results

    Elgin/Pope John40, Kenesaw 26
    Guardian Angels CC 34, Creighton 28

    Championship Nov. 21 @Memorial Stadium

    Quarterfinal Results

    WEST DIVISION

    Kenesaw 52, Garden County 22
    Elgin/PJ 30, South Loup 0

    EAST DIVISION

    Guardian Angels CC 36, High Plains 18
    Creighton 48, BDS 44

    Second Round Results

    Kenesaw 56, Alma 20
    Garden County 58, Shelton 52, 3OT
    South Loup 55, Burwell 34
    Elgin/PJ 40, Overton 12
    High Plains 39, Pender 30
    Guardian Angels CC 52, Friend 12
    Creighton 36, Nebraska Christian 6
    BDS 22, Freeman 20

    CLASS D-2

    Semifinal Results

    Howells 52, Clarkson 14
    Sargent 48, Loomis 0

    Championship Nov. 21 @Memorial Stadium

    Quarterfinal Results

    EAST DIVISION

    Howells 26, Giltner 20
    Clarkson 16, Exeter-Milligan 14

    WEST DIVISION

    Sargent 58, Medicine Valley 13
    Loomis 68, Bertrand 40

    Second Round Results

    Howells 44, Dodge 16
    Giltner 36, Humphrey St. Francis 26
    Clarkson 28, Falls City SH 20
    Exeter-Milligan 36, Pawnee City 0
    Medicine Valley 69, Pleasanton 30
    Sargent 74, Anselmo-Merna 20
    Bertrand 43, Sumner-E-M 7
    Loomis 42, St. Mary's 22

    SIX-MAN

    Semifinal Results

    Arthur County 54, Greeley Wolbach 24
    Hitchcock County 48, Elkhorn Valley 28

    Final Game @UNKearney, 7 p.m.
  16. 2011 Nov 12

    Ron Brown's Prayer - Penn State and Nebraska

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    By erinsorensen

    I had a couple of requests for the transcript of Ron Brown’s prayer before today’s Penn State-Nebraska game. While some parts were difficult to transcribe due to crowd noise, I have gotten most of it down:

    “Every one of these young men that was called to this platform today - Lord, we know, we know we don’t have control of all of the events that took place this week but we do know that you are bigger than it all. And we give you the glory that you are going to protect this stadium today and this town and these university sponsors and these students, that you would give great sense to all of them, Lord. Remove the foolishness and that your common sense will reign and shine. Well, God, there are a lot of little boys around the country today watching this game and they’re trying to figure out what the definition of manhood is all about. Father, this is it right here. I pray that this game will be a training ground for what manhood looks like. That we would compete with fierce intensity. With the honors, the gifts, and the talents that you have given us. And may we be reminded, Lord, that as it says in your word in John 1:14 that Jesus is full of grace, and truth. May the truth be known. May justice be known. Would you protect the victims (tough to understand over crowd claps)? Would you say grace and forgiveness for the lives of all of those involved? (More parts tough to understand over crowd). Now give us a great game, a game that honors you, and in Jesus’ name we pray. Amen.”

    Check out my piece on the amazing moment here: http://www.hu...f-prayer-5222
  17. 2011 Nov 10

    Should the Show Go On?

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    By HuskerGuru_Justin

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    As everyone knows now of this morning, Joe Paterno is officailly out as Penn State's coach. This was shocking to me and most every college football fan. Paterno had already declared earlier in the day that he would retire after the seasons end. The board of trustees had other plans. They voted to fire Paterno in the best interest of Penn State University. What shocked me even more than the firing of Joe Paterno was the conduct of Penn State students. A rally or what I will call a riot broke out after the news Paterno being fired. Almost 3,000 students stormed University Ave. to show their feelings about the news.


    Now I understand this is a very small minority of students but rioting is rioting it doesn't matter if its 15 people or 10,000 people those situations can turn dangerous and even deadly in a matter of minutes. I have heard many ESPN analysts remind us that it has nothing to do with football, but those students are most likely fans of their school's sports.


    Do you as a team want to walk into stadium full of 100,000 people who could be on edge and snap in a matter of seconds? With only two days until Nebraska and Penn State kickoff cancellation or even relocation of the game seems not possible. The game will be played in my opinion unless reactions get progressively worse as the day goes on.


    Being in the shoes of a Nebraska player you have to know how to react. The best way to do that is to ignore that situation and focus on what you need to do to be ready to play a football game. This is different for Penn State though. A player there has to deal with the distractions of the situation. It is up to the captains of that team to calm every player and let them know they need to be ready to play Saturday at 11:00.


    So to me should the show go on? No but I have a feeling it will. Nebraska will have to be ready to walk into a circus and play a football game. Bo Pelini will have the team ready I have no doubts about that. The players need to be ready to conduct themselves in a proper manner. Play your game, Win your game, and get out of Happy Valley safely.


    Fans be safe, Players be safe, and Coaches be safe.


    Go Big Red.

    Tags: husker football

  18. 2011 Nov 09

    The Inferno In Happy Valley

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    By Shortister

    Alright. I know I am 1,091 miles from Penn State University right now, so I don't know the complete situation, but I do know what's being released. I also know that this is a disaster; this is an inferno right now.

    As you know, Joe Paterno was fired tonight and Graham Spanier stepped down as President due to the sexual abuse allegations that arose recently.

    Many of my friends are talking to me and are in disbelief why they fired him now. However, they aren't quite reading up on the story as they should be if they want to have a valid opinion on the matter.

    The chanting of "We Want Joe" on Beaver Ave. makes me sick, but yet, I understand it. I understand it because of the fact that JoePa had been the coach at Penn State for a very very long time. However, it makes me sick because they aren't thinking of the entire story. They are basically placing more value on college football than the protection and justice for the boys who made the allegations.

    Speculation is circling around Twitter and Facebook that someone needs to forfeit the game this week, whether it be the Nebraska Cornhuskers or the Penn State Nittany Lions. That's another thing right now I'm not completely sure about.

    Canning him via a phone call was a little classless, in my opinion. Couldn't a representative from the University go to his house and tell him in person? That's like breaking up with a spouse via phone. It is undoubtedly true that JoePa was married to Penn State.

    This entire ordeal reminds me of what happened at my the high school finals of Nebraska state soccer in 2010. Sure, that isn't even close to the magnitude of what is going on in Happy Valley, but it was sure big news at the time. No one remembers that the Lincoln East Spartans had a perfect season that year and was nationally ranked. Everyone remembers how former students threw green cards on to the field in response to playing a primarily ethnically Latino high school. I hope for the sake of college football that people do remember the JoePa legacy, and not just remember the last few weeks of his collegiate career.

    Tags: joe, paterno, penn, state, nittany, lions, joepa, graham, spanier, beaver, street, nebraska, cornhuskers

  19. 2011 Nov 09

    Where are the fan forums that used to be on the front page?

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    By HuskerBoPower

    One thing that I used to really like about this site is that the fans could post forums that showed up right on the front page of Husker Locker. You could see the last 10 or so fan forums posted immediately when you viewed the site. Some kind of a change has been made to eliminate these altogether, or they are now buried. I thought that a lot of good discussion took place on those forums, and if fans can't see them immediately, then they (and me) lose interest and those discussions just don't take place or get far less traffic. I realize that this season the forums seemed to take on a life of people posting just looking to buy/sell tickets, but I figured that this was unique to this first season in the Big Ten, and then these forums would once again be dominated by good conversations about the Huskers and college football.

    Please bring the old format back.
  20. 2011 Nov 08

    Nebraska High School Football Playoff Score Update

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    By DrNaumann

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    CLASS A

    Friday's semifinals Results

    Omaha Burke 35, Omaha Central 28
    Lincoln Southeast 28, Papillion-La Vista 18

    Championship Nov. 22

    At Memorial Stadium

    Second Round Results

    Omaha Burke 55, Papillion-LV South 7
    Omaha Central 34, Grand Island 24
    Lincoln Southeast 28, Millard South 7
    Papillion-LV 40, Lincoln Southwest 34

    CLASS B

    Semifinal Results

    Elkhorn 41, Adams Central 7
    Crete 20, Gretna 15

    Championship Nov. 21

    At Memorial Stadium

    Second Round Results

    Adams Central 28, McCook 24
    Elkhorn 14, Blair 7
    Crete 14, Aurora, 13
    Gretna 38, Ralston 9

    CLASS C-1

    Quarterfinal Results

    WEST DIVISION

    Norfolk Catholic 21, Pierce 10
    Minden 35, Gothenburg 6

    EAST DIVISION

    Wahoo 43, Arlington 8
    Platteview 42, Columbus Lakeview 0

    Second Round Results

    Norfolk Catholic 35, Chadron 13
    Pierce 30, Valentine 13
    Minden 21, Boone Central 12
    Gothenburg 36, Ogallala 35, 4OT
    Wahoo 32, Bishop Neumann 16
    Arlington 20, David City 13
    Columbus Lakeview 40, Omaha Roncalli 20
    Platteview 55, Columbus Scotus 28

    CLASS C-2

    Quarterfinal Results

    EAST DIVISION

    Aquinas 33, Tri County 7
    Lincoln Christian 29, Oakland-Craig 16

    WEST DIVISON

    North Platte SP 13, Hastings SC 6
    Kearney Catholic 17, Crofton 14

    Second Round Results

    Aquinas 14, Lutheran Northeast 7
    Tri County 44, Elmwood-Murdock 12
    Oakland-Craig 20, Hartington CC 19
    Lincoln Christian 27, Wilber-Clatonia 16
    Hastings SC 35, West Holt 21
    North Platte SP 31, Cambridge 20
    Crofton 37, Perkins County 9
    Kearney Catholic 47, Blue Hill 7

    CLASS D-1

    Quarterfinal Results

    WEST DIVISION

    Kenesaw 52, Garden County 22
    Elgin/PJ 30, South Loup 0

    EAST DIVISION

    Guardian Angels CC 36, High Plains 18
    Creighton 48, BDS 44

    Second Round Results

    Kenesaw 56, Alma 20
    Garden County 58, Shelton 52, 3OT
    South Loup 55, Burwell 34
    Elgin/PJ 40, Overton 12
    High Plains 39, Pender 30
    Guardian Angels CC 52, Friend 12
    Creighton 36, Nebraska Christian 6
    BDS 22, Freeman 20

    CLASS D-2

    Quarterfinal Results

    EAST DIVISION

    Howells 26, Giltner 20
    Clarkson 16, Exeter-Milligan 14

    WEST DIVISION

    Sargent 58, Medicine Valley 13
    Loomis 68, Bertrand 40

    Second Round Results

    Howells 44, Dodge 16
    Giltner 36, Humphrey St. Francis 26
    Clarkson 28, Falls City SH 20
    Exeter-Milligan 36, Pawnee City 0
    Medicine Valley 69, Pleasanton 30
    Sargent 74, Anselmo-Merna 20
    Bertrand 43, Sumner-E-M 7
    Loomis 42, St. Mary's 22

    SIX-MAN

    Final Game @UNKearney

    Hitchcock County vs. Arthur County, 7 p.m.

    Semifinal Results

    Arthur County 54, Greeley Wolbach 24
    Hitchcock County 48, Elkhorn Valley 28
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