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How to Listen to Husker Games on Your iPhone 17 comments

Editor's Note: This is a guest post from BRN reader Matt Duxbury. Check out his airline dispatch blog at flyerist.com. Let's hope he doesn't listen to Husker games while he's working.

From the first game this season, I was convinced that I could get my iPhone to stream Nebraska football games. After a little poking around, I found a way.

There is no place like Nebraska 5 comments

Editor's Note: This is a guest post that originally appeared in the St. Helena Star. The author is Vince D'Adamo, a graduate of the UNL School of Journalism and a native of Napa, CA. It is reprinted here with permission.

Simplest pleasures are often the best.

Well, I've been to Disneyland but that was about a quarter-century ago. I have never been to Europe but I'd like to do so someday. That trip, however, might have to wait deep into my middle-age years.

This past weekend I visited my college hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska.

Since I am a Napa native (with extended Upvalley ties), Napa is my hometown.

Lincoln is my college hometown, having graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1997.

Huskers in the NFL: 2008 Draft Preview 7 comments

nfl draft Editor's Note: This post is written by Jenni Carpenter of NFLHuskers.com.

For the Huskers, this year's NFL Draft could mirror the 2004 edition. That year, five Huskers were drafted but all waited until days two and four. Jammal Lord, Josh Sewell, Ryon Bingham, and Trevor Johnson weren't drafted until the final two rounds - which means they could just as easily have gone undrafted.

Kansas Best in Big XII? 7 comments

Note: This is a guest post written by frequent commenter Doombob. Enjoy.

Jack Harry, notorious Kansas City television sportscaster, recently predicted that not Missouri, not Nebraska, but Kansas would win the Big XII championship and rise to a 10-2 record. Many pundits, including the editors of this website called Colorado the best 2-10 team in the country last year. In a similar vein, I am saying that if KU goes 10-2, they would be the worst 10-2 team in the country. That record is possible for them, it's just not as impressive as it seems.

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