Extra Points 01/09/18 – collecting Cornhusker news and writing around the web

Former Husker lineman Aaron Taylor to be inducted into College Football Hall of Fame

Nebraska football goes after Virginia defensive back commit

Nebraska recruiting: What to expect from Huskers’ early enrollees

After disappointing end to senior year, former Husker kicker Drew Brown looks forward to NFL

 

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Extra Points 01/05/18

A collection of Cornhusker writing and information from around the Web.

Oregon hires former Nebraska assistant Donte Williams as outside linebackers coach

Nebraska football recruiting: Updates on Huskers’ next class

Nebraska signee Cameron Jurgens ‘pumped’ to play for Huskers, Scott Frost

Ole Miss defensive back Breon Dixon eyeing transfer to Nebraska

 

 

Extra Points 08/07/14

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Some of the best info about Nebraska football from around the web.

The importance of explosiveness for Nebraska (Hail Varsity)

Huskers practicing with GPS trackers? (Bleacher Report)

Tom Osborne adds his weight to the “field position is crucial” argument (Omaha World-Herald)

Simpler is faster, and faster is better, says Tim Beck about Nebraska’s offense (Lincoln Journal-Star)

 

Extra Points 05/28/14

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Some of the best info about Nebraska football from around the web.

Kenny Bell has (gasp!) shaved off his signature afro. (Corn Nation)

Randy Gregory listed by NFL.com as one the fourteen most explosive college football players. (NFL)

AJ Bush looks to make an immediate impact at quarterback next year. (Lincoln Journal-Star)

Game-by-game prediction of Nebraska’s 2014 season. (Bleacher Report)

Extra Points 05/08/14

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Some of the best info about Nebraska football from around the web.

A deep dive into Nebraska’s 2011 recruiting class, seeing how NU did in retrospect. (Omaha World-Herald)

The Nebraska football program is one of the best academic performers nationwide. (WOWT)

Nebraska unveils a new “seat yourself” mechanism for season ticket selection. (Corn Nation)

Is the B1G kicking the football season off in New York on the cards? (Big Ten Network)