Sometimes amusing but mostly terrifying, Bo Pelini is the type of human you approach with your shoulders squared and your neck protected. After going out in a blaze of defiance at Nebraska (warning: NSFW language), the cat-clutching football coach has taken over the program at Youngstown State in Ohio. Show More Summary
A Nebraska state senator is standing firm and refusing to apologize for saying he’d shoot a cop if he had a weapon as he compared law enforcement agents to terrorists, Fox News reports.
Nebraska football fans have been watching spring practice closely, searching for clues as to what the team will look like under new head coach Mike Riley. And while there are many more uncertainties this year given new offensive and defensive schemes, we still have a good idea of at least a few starters for next season. Show More Summary
Nebraska DE-OLB Randy Gregory said not long ago that he was worthy of the No. 1 pick in the 2015 NFL draft. It's not clear what will happen to his stock now that the news has come down that Gregory failed a drug test at the NFL scouting...Show More Summary
A hate-filled, extremist left-wing state senator in Nebraska has refused to back down from saying police officers are exactly like ISIS and that he would like to “shoot” them. State
With the University of Kentucky men’s basketball team just four games away from completing a perfect 40-0 season, Onion Sports takes a look back at the greatest undefeated runs in sports history. 1971 Nebraska Cornhuskers: The Univers...
Nebraska's Randy Gregory entered the 2015 NFL draft as a highly touted edge-rusher prospect, but he might see his stock fall. What are the rumors about Gregory's off-field habits? How much will his failed drug test cost him? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole discuss Randy Gregory's NFL future in the video above. Show More Summary
Ernie Chambers is the longest serving state senator in Nebraska. Oh, and he also thinks the police are the same as ISIS… State Sen. Ernie Chambers said during a legislative
Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory has received first-round grades for his pure NFL talent.
The news of the day, so far, is draft prospect Randy Gregory's admission to the NFL Network's Kim Jones that he tested positive for marijuana at the NFL combine. Gregory, from Nebraska, is one of the top-flight pass-rushers the Atlanta Falcons have kept a close watch on through the draft process thus far. Show More Summary
Nebraska star Randy Gregory is projected to be drafted in the Top 10 of the 2015 NFL Draft, with some experts placing him as high as the (...)
Nebraska defensive lineman Randy Gregory, widely viewed as a top prospect in the upcoming NFL draft, failed a test for marijuana during the league’s scouting combine in February. Gregory told NFL.com that staying away from pot had “been a struggle” in the past, but that he hadn’t smoked any since December. Gregory blamed the failed test on […]
Randy Gregory is easily one of the top defensive prospects in this year’s draft class. Gregory, a standout defensive end from Nebraska, views himself so highly as a prospect that he believes he’s worthy of the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. However, failing a drug test at the NFL Combine won’t help his…
Nebraska pass-rusher Randy Gregory has confirmed that he tested positive for marijuana during a drug test issued at the NFL Scouting Combine last month. "I blame myself," Gregory said in an interview with the media, reports Kimberly Jones of NFL.com. Show More Summary
Nebraska State Senator Ernie Chambers equated U.S. police officers with ISIS (the Islamic State) during a hearing on gun legislation. Chambers, an Independent, represented an Omaha district for 35 years in the state legislature before he was term-limted out in 2009 by a law passed in 2000. Show More Summary
The Nebraska Legislature is currently considering much-needed legislation (LB 289) which would make the state’s gun laws uniform throughout the state and prevent municipalities from creating a confusing patchwork of more onerous andShow More Summary
By Lauren Kolojejchick-Kotch on March 25, 2015 - 11:35am Affordable and reliable energy is critical for rural and small towns. Luckily, here in Nebraska we have the opportunity to meet our energy needs while at the same time creating more vibrant communities. Show More Summary
Nebraska's longest-serving state senator has found himself in hot water after likening local police to Islamic State terrorists during a legislative session.
As we near the end of spring practice, we are finding out much more about what the Nebraska Cornhuskers will look like under new head coach Mike Riley. But even though we are getting quite a bit of information—more, in all honesty, than...Show More Summary