Randy York N-Sider - Archives 2014-15

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On Wisconsin: Huskers Sharpen Their Focus
Football 10/05/2015

Someone, somewhere, sometime has to say that the best way to measure progress isn't to look back and see how far you've gone, but to look ahead and see how close you are. With that thought foremost in

Hochstein, Jones, Noonan Receive State’s Top Prep Honor
Football 10/05/2015

Russ Hochstein missed an important high school makeup football game Sunday in Massachusetts, choosing instead to be formally inducted into the Ameritus/Nebraska High Sports Hall of Fame Foundation's

Shields, Tingelhoff, Alberts, Rimington Will Be Honored Saturday
Football 10/05/2015

One of the most compelling game-day celebrations in Nebraska football history is set for Saturday when the Huskers host the Wisconsin Badgers in a game that will be nationally televised on ABC-TV

Eichorst Serves on NCAA Committee, Honors Glassford
Football 10/01/2015

Nebraska Director of Athletics Shawn Eichorst is a busy man. Last week, he joined Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delaney on a four-day listening tour while serving on the 12-member NCAA Division I football

Janovich Rising, Freedom Emerging, Riley Exploring
Football 09/28/2015

1-2-3...that's how elementary this blog's gonna to be. The three important points I want to make following Monday's weekly presser before Mike Riley coaches his first game in the Big Ten Conference

Andy Janovich Has Jeff Kinney-Like Determination
Football 09/26/2015

It was more than the No. 35 jersey on his back and the roar he creates when he leaves defenders in the dust. The Andy Janovich that you saw knock down and run through Southern Miss Saturday was

DJ’s Papa Explains How Football Parallels Life
Football 09/26/2015

Saturday's Nebraska-Southern Miss football game is Pediatric Brain Cancer Awareness Day. Husker football's chapter of Uplifting Athletes presents its latest check 20 minutes before kickoff.

New Complex Delivers B1G Student-Athlete Benefits
Randy York N-Sider 09/23/2015

World-class facilities captivate fans who now flock to Nebraska's Hibner Stadium and Barbara Hibner Field for soccer. But the biggest benefactors – and the top priority for all three programs – are the student-athletes themselves.

Husker Motto Unchanged: In Tommy We Trust
Football 09/21/2015

Last Saturday in Miami, when Nebraska was trailing the Hurricanes, 33-10, junior quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. looked into junior wide receiver Alonzo Moore's eyes and lit an emotional match.

10 Uplifting Takeaways in another Heartbreaking Loss
Football 09/19/2015

For all Husker fans who flew to Miami and are headed home on Sunday and for all Big Red fans who were at home Saturday and thought about bailing on Mike Riley's first Nebraska football team, slow

2015 Reunion Seemed Like Old Times for ’65 Huskers
Football 09/16/2015

Fifty years ago, the Rolling Stones couldn't Get No Satisfaction, the Righteous Brothers had Lost That Loving Feeling and the Beatles were asking for Help because they needed somebody and not just

Huskers, Hurricanes Share Memorable History
Football 09/14/2015

Saturday night, after the Huskers dominated South Alabama, Mike Riley did his usual live postgame press conference in the Ndamukong Suh Strength Complex, then went into a room to share his strategic