TSL Wrap Up: Admitting the Problem

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TSL: Triple Option (9/11/14)

It’s got to get better for the Big Ten, right? At least Jersey Football is still unbeaten though, and we discuss that and more this week.

Podcast by Brian Hall, Alex Schubauer and Pat Radigan, but if you want to complain, tweet at Brian.

CFS in the AM: Set-ing it Straight (9/11/14)

Husker volleyball’s long term prospects have been called into question lately, but is it just?We discuss.

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CFS in the AM: Big Ten Blues (9/10/14)

After a few days of acting like it never happened, we’re finally ready to talk about this weekend in Big Ten football.

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TSL Wrap Up: Big Ten Hangover

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FRESHLY POPPED: Sept. 8, 2014

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PHOTOS: Huskers survive on late heroics from Abdullah

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FB: Huskers bailed out by Abdullah, escape with 31-24 win over McNeese State

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TSL: Eight Crazy Days

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TSL: Triple Option (9/4/14)

Just when we thought week one might be boring a few Big Ten coaches went and lost their minds, and their season openers. We discuss.

Podcast by Brian Hall, Alex Schubauer and Pat Radigan, but if you want to complain Tweet at Brian.

TSL: Out of the Gates, Out of Their Minds

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UPDATE: Husker Randy Gregory undergoes knee procedure

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FB: Huskers rout FAU 55-7 behind explosive effort on the ground

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PHOTOS: Huskers open season with 437 rushing yards in blowout of FAU

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FB: Not Your Typical Husker Schedule Breakdown – Pt. 1

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Freshly Popped – Bringing you all of the headlines and information from the wide world of Husker athletics on a daily basis

Compiled by: Michael Dixon

Tomorrow is Saturday, August 30th. Tomorrow is game day.

  • New Tunnel Walk?
  • -fbIowa09_jdWell, I pose it as such, but there really isn’t any question that the Tunnel Walk has been given the same treatment that the video board has received: it’s new and improved. However, up until last night, nobody really had any clue what was going to be different.

    I’m all for keeping the Alan Parsons Project with the Tunnel Walk, despite the complaints that it feels old and outdated. Any time I hear the song, I think of the Tunnel Walk, and I’d like to keep it that way. I’m also all for shooting off loud fireworks; I’ll be in the press box and I don’t have to worry about the loud noises.

    Long story short: ask and you shall receive, Husker fans. The Tunnel Walk will feel like 2014.

  • Debut Of Cool And Good Stuff
  • Keeping with the fan experience theme, it’s also important to note that Saturday’s opener against Florida Atlantic will be the debut of both the new WiFi and PA system.

    The sound system badly needed an upgrade. They might as well have put Patrick Combs on top of the scoreboard with a megaphone turned up as loud as possible. Seat wise, it would’ve been an upgrade for him. We’ll see (or hear) how well it actually works out, but I don’t think anyone has any doubt that it’s going to be a success.

    The WiFi, on the other hand, offers more skepticism. Can one network handle what will be the 334th consecutive sell-out at Memorial Stadium? It remains to be seen, but I love technology, so I’m willing to be optimistic – for the fans.

  • Volleyball, yo.
  • We’re all ready for some football, but seventh-ranked NU volleyball gets their season and the AVCA Showcase underway tonight with a match against 13th-ranked Florida State. The Huskers haven’t opened the season against a ranked opponent since 2010, when they swept Kentucky in Omaha.

    While tonight is tough, Sunday is even more difficult, as Nebraska will face third-ranked Stanford at the Devaney Center. It’s a big weekend, and just the beginning of an immensely difficult schedule that Nebraska will endure over the next four months.

    Mary Pollmiller is the only senior, and while they’re young, they’ve still got one of the most exciting teams to watch in the country. Follow along this weekend!

  • NU Soccer hosts Butler
  • No, Gordon Hayward will not be there.

TSL: Triple Option (8/28/14)

It’s just hours until football season, and so of course we start off our Podcast by talking volleyball and soccer… But we get to football, and talking about early season Iowa upsets.

Podcast by Brian Hall, Pat Radigan and Alex Schubauer, but if you want to complain, tweet at Brian.