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Nebraska joins operation “Donate With Honor”

Nebraska joined several other states in operation “Donate With Honor”.   Attorney General Doug Peterson says it is designed to take down fake charities that claim to help veterans. Peterson says, “We have joined with the Federal Trade Commission and other state Attorneys General or Secretaries of State just to let them know there has been…

Health alert issued for Nebraska lake, extended for 2, lifted for 1

State officials have placed another Nebraska lake under a health alert while continuing alerts on two other lakes, and lifting an alert on one. The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services reports Rockford Lake in Gage County has been placed under an alert due to harmful algal blooms, also known as toxic blue-green algae.…

Nebraska visually impaired kids have a fun week of camp ahead

The summer camp season is in full swing but July 22nd through the 27th will a week to remember for 23 Nebraska children who are blind or visually impaired. Camp Abilities Nebraska is a six day, five night sports and leadership development camp for youth ages 9 through 19 who are blind, visually impaired or…

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Nebraska tight end Jack Stoll named to Mackey Award watch list

Nebraska tight end Jack Stoll received national recognition Friday.  The sophomore was put on the 2018 John Mackey Award Preseason Watch List. The Mackey Award is presented to the most outstanding tight end in college football. Stoll, the Huskers’ lone returning letterwinner at tight end, is in position to have an increased role in the…

Tshimanga transferring out of Nebraska Basketball program

  Junior center Jordy Tshimanga is transferring out of the Nebraska men’s basketball program. Nebraska head coach Tim Miles first reported the news late last night to the Lincoln Journal Star, giving a brief statement. “Jordy called me tonight and asked for his release. The University of Nebraska and our program with Jordy and his…

Defensive tackle standout from Pima Community College commits to Nebraska

Defensive tackle Tony Fair from Pima Community College in Arizona committed to Nebraska on Thursday. The 6-3, 330-pound defensive tackle chose the Huskers over Indiana. Fair graduated from high school in 2014, but according to the Omaha World-Herald, his family couldn’t pay the bills at a private school and get his transcripts. So, Fair attended high…

Spielman, Morgan named to Biletnikoff Award Preseason Watch List

A pair of Nebraska wide receivers are on the initial Biletnikoff Award Preseason Watch List released Thursday morning. Stanley Morgan Jr. and JD Spielman are candidates for the Biletnikoff Award, presented to the top receiver in the FBS. Nebraska is one seven schools with multiple members of the watch list. Morgan, who was on the…

Ron Brown named director of player development at Nebraska

Nebraska Head Coach Scott Frost announced Wednesday that Ron Brown has joined the Husker Football staff as Director of Player Development. Brown brings 24 previous years of coaching experience to Nebraska, serving as an assistant coach from 1987-2003, and again from 2008-2014. Brown served as associate head coach at Liberty University for the past three…

Former Husker Randy Gregory reinstated to the NFL

Former Husker and Dallas Cowboys pass rusher Randy Gregory, who’s been suspended without pay since January 2017 for repeated substance abuse violations, has been reinstated on a conditional basis by the NFL. Gregory may join the Cowboys for training camp, meetings, conditioning and other activities. Once Gregory’s clinical resources in Dallas have been confirmed, and…

Foster, Stoltenberg, Morgan to join Scott Frost at Big Ten Media Days

Stanley Morgan, Mick Stoltenberg and Jerald Foster will join Nebraska head coach Scott Frost at Big Ten Media Days on July 23 and 24 in Chicago. The Big Ten office released their list of student-athletes attending Media Days in Chicago on Monday. Stoltenberg, Morgan and Foster are all seniors this season. Foster, the starting left…

Nebraska softball hires two new assistants, including former Husker and All-American catcher

The Nebraska softball program added two former All-Americans and current professional players to its support staff for the 2018-19 season, announced by Head Coach Rhonda Revelle on Thursday. Former Husker and USA World Championship Team member Taylor Edwards (left) will serve as the volunteer coach, while USA Softball’s Japan All-Star Series team member and former Oregon Duck…

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