Diego Maradona, the Argentine soccer great who scored the “Hand of God” goal in 1986 and led his country to that year’s World Cup title before later struggling with cocaine use and obesity, has died. He was 60.
To have a shot at winning this game, to be in it, in the second half here’s what has to happen. The offense has to take care of the ball, before getting beat 5-0 in the turnover battle last week against Illinois Nebraska forced as many turnovers as it gave up, 5-5.
It’s hard to believe in something you don’t see. Teams that successfully pull off a rebuild believe they will reach the destination and they believe in the journey. It’s all about belief because you can’t get there without putting in the work that reflects the destination.
It’s time to move on to Iowa and that’s what the Nebraska football team is trying to do. After practice on Monday, several players and Coach Scott Frost spoke to the media via Zoom about moving on from a very bad loss to Illinois and getting focused on a Black Friday date with Iowa.
After a Millard South score, Westside needed a response while trailing in the state football semifinals game last Friday.That’s when the patriots kicked off, and Avante Dickerson took the ball 97 yards to score for the Warriors.
Free time isn’t exactly what Matt Pile is in search of finding. As a two-time captain at UNO and the reigning Summit League Defensive Player of the Year Matt has is hands full. That’s only part of the story.
Saturday was a day to remember for Connor Culp and the Huskers. For a couple reasons, both good and not so good. For starters, it was the first win of the season and it happened in dramatic fashion, always memorable.
No doubt the body language was all very positive at practice this morning off the win against Penn State. Important to consider the players said the same thing last week after the loss at Northwestern.
Nebraska hasn’t lost to team anybody else beat. After dropping Penn State to 0-4 the Huskers have only beaten teams on their schedule that others have beat as well. In other words, it’s a hard schedule to start, 1-2 isn’t too shabby.
After last Saturday’s loss against Northwestern where Adrian Martinez was pulled from the game and Luke McCaffrey moved the team down the field well, many were left wondering if a changing of the guard was coming for the Huskers.
There aren’t any moral victories in sports. There are only wins and losses. The Nebraska football team is now 0-2 after losing to Northwestern Saturday in a game they could’ve, and maybe should’ve, won.
Denny McElravy is the backbone of Doane football and that might be selling it short. As the equipment manager he makes sure everything works and is in place everyday at practice and on gameday. He knows what he’s doing too, Denny has 55 years of experience.