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Ducks fall, Northwestern is next.

The Nike Ducks knew they were going to get a fight in Lincoln and the Huskers did not disappoint them.  But not only did they get more than they could handle, they may have been a part of a major step forward in the Mike Riley era or more appropriately put, the Post Tom Osborne Era. Oregon came right after the Huskers and started out like many in Huskerland expected.  Royce Freeman looked to be everything he was advertised to be.  Fast, powerful, and confident; a guy who looked like he could…See More
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"Wyoming will be a nice progression to Oregon and the conference games. Take nothing for granted Husker Fans. The Cowboys will be tough."
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Favorite Husker Memory:
It's a tie. Double reverse pass from Stuntz to Crouch against Oklahoma. And Tom Osborne going for two against Miami.
Town I Currently Live In (City, State):
Wabasha, MN
Watch Husker games at Memorial Stadium or on the Couch:
On the couch usually but try to make a game at Memorial Stadium once a year. Living in Minneapolis I attend Gopher games if they don't conflict with the huskers.

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5-0 start. First since 2010

Posted on October 1, 2016 at 9:41pm 0 Comments

The Huskers put on a great show against Illinois and continue to remind Nebraska fans of old times.  Power ground game, eating up yards and clock that frustrated the Illini.  The Huskers pretty much took the game away from Illinois by keeping their offense on the sideline.  This team continues to look like the mid 90's Osborne led teams that kept it close until the fourth quarter and then demoralized their opponents with nose to nose hard core smash mouth football. 

So, another win…

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5-0 start. First since 2010

Posted on October 1, 2016 at 9:41pm 0 Comments

The Huskers put on a great show against Illinois and continue to remind Nebraska fans of old times.  Power ground game, eating up yards and clock that frustrated the Illini.  The Huskers pretty much took the game away from Illinois by keeping their offense on the sideline.  This team continues to look like the mid 90's Osborne led teams that kept it close until the fourth quarter and then demoralized their opponents with nose to nose hard core smash mouth football. 

So, another win…

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Ducks fall, Northwestern is next.

Posted on September 19, 2016 at 12:40pm 0 Comments

The Nike Ducks knew they were going to get a fight in Lincoln and the Huskers did not disappoint them.  But not only did they get more than they could handle, they may have been a part of a major step forward in the Mike Riley era or more appropriately put, the Post Tom Osborne Era. 

Oregon came right after the Huskers and started out like many in Huskerland expected.  Royce Freeman looked to be everything he was advertised to be.  Fast, powerful, and confident; a guy who…

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Oregon will be a tough row to hoe for the Huskers

Posted on September 11, 2016 at 8:34pm 0 Comments

I never really understood how the Ducks got so good over the years to be honest.  I remember a joke I read in Sports Illustrated a few months after legendary coach Bear Bryant died.  It went like this:  Why did Coach Bryants wife want her husband buried somewhere between Corvallis and Eugene Oregon?  Answer:  She wanted him to be as far away from College Football as possible.  Now we are playing one of those teams (and probably will be the underdog) with a coach we got from the…

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Oregon will be a tough row to hoe for the Huskers

Posted on September 11, 2016 at 8:34pm 0 Comments

I never really understood how the Ducks got so good over the years to be honest.  I remember a joke I read in Sports Illustrated a few months after legendary coach Bear Bryant died.  It went like this:  Why did Coach Bryants wife want her husband buried somewhere between Corvallis and Eugene Oregon?  Answer:  She wanted him to be as far away from College Football as possible.  Now we are playing one of those teams (and probably will be the underdog) with a coach we got from the…

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At 8:13pm on October 10, 2015, Katherine Slykerman said…

No I am not nor have I ever been related to Bo. I am a displaced Nebraskan (born and bred). I am not happy at all with our new coach. I know there will never be another Tom, but really Bo was not all that bad and at this point I'd take back Frank. 

At 6:55pm on October 1, 2007, NeFan4Life said…
Randy,
Yep, this is my site. I've been working on it for the last couple of months, it has been online since the end of August. Thanks for your kind words - it feels good to have spent so much time on something and have others (husker fans!) appreciate it.

It has grown steadily since it's launched, and has seen a surge since it made the news (there's a link on the home page to the news video that aired last Friday). Along with the surge in members, there has also been an increase in Husker blogs and discussions (which is what my aim has been!).

Thanks again for your input and responses to the discussions, and feel free to start your own forum discussions and Husker blog posts. These discussions are going to keep HuskerSpot alive and active!

Let me tell you about the groups feature, too! Say for instance you start a "Washingtonians for Nebraskans" group. This is an excellent way for all of the Husker fans from Washington to stay in touch. Once the group is started, you can send messages to the whole group with just one click. I think this would be perfect if there was a Husker "watch party" and you wanted to invite everyone to your favorite Husker bar (or wherever), you could simply write one message and have it sent to all members of that group. Nifty, eh?!!

Thanks again for your support and I'll see ya around on HuskerSpot! Go Big Red!

Nate
At 5:44pm on October 1, 2007, NeFan4Life said…
Thanks for joining HuskerSpot Randy! Also, thanks for your participation in the Husker discussions - it's members like you that will keep HuskerSpot an active online community where great Husker dialogue can take place! Hope you like the site - make sure to invite any other Washington Husker fans as well - just click the "invite" tab at the top of the page. Take care and I'll talk to ya soon-
Nate
At 5:12pm on October 1, 2007, Randy Wolf said…
Above all else, keep the husker sportsmanship, for it is not only the team but the fans that distinguish the great game of college football in Nebraska.
 
 
 
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