It’s hard enough to get Husker fans to conform to any color other red, but on Saturday at Pinnacle Bank Arena the building became very familiar with the color yellow. Inside the front doors of the arena students were given yellow shirts with #AveryStrong in orange letters across the chest.
In Sheikhan, Iraq, police officers are only found at checkpoints surrounding the city. If a criminal can drive or run fast enough, they can usually get away — unpunished.
Diana Elias didn’t like that.
The 10.5-hour day was filled with farewells, fan support, cheap food, pop music, a lot of red and someone who had the same idea I did for the day.
Beginning in the fall of 2015, some student-athletes at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will get paid for play. Kind of.
Through 16 seasons of being Nebraska’s volleyball coach, John Cook has won three national championships. Only one program has won more national championships during that span, which is Penn State with an astounding seven. Still, though. In any sport, three national championships is difficult for an entire career, let alone a tenure that hasn’t even lasted two decades.
Inside a boisterous Memorial Stadium on Saturday, fans continue to yell down at offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf to run the damn ball.
Good luck, because he can’t hear you.