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Chris Spielman, ESPN Enter “Uncharted Territory” in Covering Penn State-Nebraska

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

The Penn State scandal and Joe Paterno's firing have rocked college football and will continue to be the major story for some time. That said, on Saturday, there's still a game to be played as the Nittany Lions host the Nebraska Cornhuskers. And someone has the dubious distinction of having ...

Bubba Starling Chooses the Kansas City Royals Over the Nebraska Cornhuskers

Friday, August 19th, 2011

The Nebraska Cornhuskers lost a quarterback. The Kansas City Royals gained an outfielder. Bubba Starling, the Royals' first-round pick in this year's Major League Baseball draft, signed a deal at the deadline Monday night that will pay him $7.5 million over the span of three years. It would have seemed weird ...

Bo Pelini Seems More Concerned With Preparing For Nebraska’s First Big Ten Season Than He Is With Twitter

Monday, August 1st, 2011

With fall camps opening around the nation in college football this week, we can finally start thinking about where this season is headed. Being a bit of a Big Ten guy, I've certainly got my eye on how Nebraska will transition into the league after coming over from the Big ...

Prince Amukamara Feels He’s The Best Cover Corner In The Draft And Has No Inclination On Where He’s Going

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

Prince Amukamara may have had one of the most difficult names to pronounce in this year's upcoming draft, but don't let that discourage you when talking about a cover corner who is getting a lot hype surrounding his potential. Amukamara didn't have an interception in 2010, but it seemed like ...

The Relatively Unknown Prince Amukamara Will Become A Household Name Soon Enough

Monday, February 21st, 2011

This past season, Prince Amukamara of Nebraska won the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Award becoming the third Cornhusker to do so in school history.  His physical style of play and his ability to lock down top wide receivers in the Big 12 makes him a good fit for ...

Ndamukong Suh Is Both Fierce and Soft-Spoken

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

Four games, three sacks for rookie defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. Many thought Suh would be an impact player in the NFL, even as a rookie. But I don't think too many thought he would be so disruptive so quickly. For Suh, he'd just as well not have any statistics if ...

Are the New Mexico Lobos Looking to Hire Mike Leach?

Friday, September 24th, 2010

If this week's rumors are correct, the New Mexico football program may be looking at going from one controversial coach to another. Mike Locksley, currently the head coach in Albuquerque, has won just one time in his first 15 games and lost 72-0 to Oregon to open this season. He also ...

Bo Pelini on Nebraska’s Quarterback Situation: “It’s a situation where I feel like we’ve got three guys we can win with”

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

Last year Nebraska surprised a lot of people by making it all the way to the Big 12 Championship behind the best defense in the country. When they got to the Championship game against Texas, there were not too many people outside of Lincoln that gave them a chance to ...

Ndamukong Suh Looks To Start the Season

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

The Detroit Lions have been able to draft a lot of talent over the last five years but most of them have not panned out for one reason or another or have moved onto another team.  One of the main goals that the Lions set out to accomplish this offseason ...

Frank Beamer: ‘I Think They Are Really A Good Football Team.’

Friday, September 18th, 2009

  SRI continues to work in new writers. This post is courtesy of Tim Gunter from 790 the Zone in Atlanta.  Frank Beamer has taken his alma mater from obscurity to become a powerhouse in college football.  Frank is in his 22nd season in Blacksburg and has had 17 winning seasons ...