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Nebraska LB JoJo Domann gives hilarious statement when talking about being recruited by Colorado – Saturday Tradition

Nebraska hates Colorado. There’s no denying it. The rivalry was renewed as Scott Frost came in and the two teams held a home-and-home with one another and are about to embark on Year 2 of the renewed rivalry when Nebraska travels to Colorado this coming Saturday. Last year, the Buffaloes won a close game and …
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Nebraska Football: RJ Sorensen an impressive commitment for Huskers – Husker Corner

Nebraska Football: Secondary shines in first win of season by Danny Jaillet Nebraska Football: Three Buffaloes to keep an eye on by Danny Jaillet Sorensen has the potential to be an anchor for Nebraska Football in the future. Nebraska Football scored their first commitment of the 2021 recruiting class, and it was a big one. …
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Nebraska left guard Trent Hixson grateful that Scott Frost, Husker staff appreciate walk-ons – Omaha World-Herald

LINCOLN — By the time starting Nebraska left guard Trent Hixson tried to tell his parents the news, they somehow already knew. It was a big moment for the Omaha Skutt graduate, who achieved a lifelong goal and considered himself fortunate to play at NU for a coaching staff who values the walk-on program. Sign up …
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Nebraska's first depth chart for 2019 season includes two freshman starters – Omaha World-Herald

Nebraska football on Monday released its season-opening depth chart, which included two freshman starters and just a handful of “OR” designations on it.  A few notes from it:  » Two freshmen — center Cameron Jurgens and receiver Wan’Dale Robinson — are listed as starters. While both were limited in training camp at times due to …
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5 Big Questions For Nebraska Football’s 2019 Season – Corn Nation

There’s been a whole lot written about Scott Frost and our beloved Nebraska Cornhuskers ahead of the 2019 season. This is the only season in my history in which Husker fans have tempered their expectations more than outsiders, particularly national pundits. Who’s right? Who’s wrong? We’re going to find out soon enough, as college football …