Thursday, May 26, 2016

A deep review of the 2013 Husker recruiting class — maybe the best of the Pelini era

A deep review of the 2013 Husker recruiting class — maybe the best of the Pelini era: This was the best recruiting class of the Bo Pelini era. Or so Sam McKewon wrote at the time.

Huskers Eliminated from Big Ten Tournament

Huskers Eliminated from Big Ten Tournament: Omaha – The Nebraska baseball team (37-20) saw its time in Omaha come to a close on Thursday afternoon with a 6-2 loss to the Indiana Hoosiers (32-23) in an elimination game at the Big Ten Tournament. The Hoosiers got revenge on the Huskers after NU swept Indiana in Lincoln last week to end the regular season.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Key & Peele - Substitute Teacher

Huskers Sweep Hoosiers on Senior Day at Hawks Field

Huskers Sweep Hoosiers on Senior Day at Hawks Field: Lincoln – In front of more than 5,500 fans on Saturday afternoon at Hawks Field the Nebraska baseball team (37-18, 16-8 Big Ten) completed a three-game sweep of the Indiana Hoosiers (31-22, 15-9 Big Ten) with a 3-0 win, which locked up the No. 2 seed at next week's Big Ten Tournament. Five seniors were on hand for their final game at Hawks Field on Saturday, including Jeff Chesnut, Taylor Fish, Colton Howell, Jake Placzek and Steven Reveles.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Burkamper and Schreiber Lead Huskers to 4-1 Win

Burkamper and Schreiber Lead Huskers to 4-1 Win: Lincoln – Scott Schreiber continued to swing a hot bat at the plate and Derek Burkamper carved up Indiana's offense in Nebraska's (35-18, 14-8 Big Ten) series-opening 4-1 win over the Hoosiers (31-20, 15-7 Big Ten) on Thursday night at Hawks Field.

Another deep review of the 2012 Husker recruiting class

Another deep review of the 2012 Husker recruiting class: The 2012 recruiting class is NU's first true Big Ten class. And, because of recruiting decisions made in Pelini's first four recruiting classes, the 2012 class was painfully small at just 17 scholarship players. But how has it panned out?

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Sport Shorts!

Scott Schreiber hit Nebraska's first ever home run at TD Ameritrade Park tonight versus Creighton. This is Nebraska's 18th game and it was NU's 682nd plate appearance at the park. UPDATE_Schreiber just hit his 2nd home run of the game!! He is 8-8 the last two games. Schreiber is just the 3rd player to hit 2 HR's in a game at TD Ameritrade and the first visiting player to do it.

Congratulations to Hannah Huston for making it to the finals of 'The Voice'.

Clemson's home record the last five years is 33-2. N. Illinois is 26-2. Nebraska goes to Ohio St this year and they are No. 7 with a 32-4 record.

Cleveland leads the Raptors by 20 points! Now the Raptors are back to within 12 points.

James Palmer Jr. who played the past two years for Miami is transferring to Nebraska. He is 6'6" and played in 34 games last year. He averaged 3.4 points and 1.2 rebounds.

Nebraska also signed 6'11" Jordy Tshimanga from Montreal. He weighs 270 lbs.

The Huskers lead Creighton 6-2 after six innings. Now 7-2 in the top of the 7th. UPDATE Huskers 10-2.

Cavs lead Raptors 66-44 at half.




Huskers and Jays Meet at TD Ameritrade Park

Huskers and Jays Meet at TD Ameritrade Park: Lincoln - With four games left in the 2016 regular season, the Nebraska baseball team (33-18, 13-8 Big Ten) will play its final road game of the regular season on Tuesday night when it visits the Creighton Bluejays (33-13, 11-4) at TD Ameritrade Park. First pitch is set for 6:35 p.m.