Published on 03-04-2013 09:42 AM
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Spring football is under way and anticipation is high for next fall. We are looking for sponsors for our 2013 tailgates which we have hosted for the past several years at the parking lot just south of the
Published on 08-12-2012 06:50 PM
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A book by David Max
What does it mean to grow up as a Husker fan? My first recollection of Nebraska football was as an 11 year old in 1962 which was Bob Devaney's first year as coach. I don't have any recollections of his predecessor Bill Jennings who was fired at the end of the 1961 season.
Dave Humm is the answer to the trivia question of "Who was Bob Devaney's last quarterback and Tom Osborne's first quarterback." I first came into contact with Dave when I was doing interviews to promote a fund raiser
Published on 04-28-2012 06:04 PM
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Today I attended the memorial services for Rich Saul. Rich was the center for the Los Angeles Rams for many years including Vince Ferragamo's tenure with the Rams. Former Husker George Andrews was another teammate of Rich. That is the Husker connection.
Published on 11-13-2011 03:16 PM
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Looking back on the events of the past week, it is difficult to find something positive but I believe there are many positive things that have and will come out that shine a favorable light on the situation.
David Max recently conducted a Q&A session with the Husker of the Century, Johnny “the Jet” Rodgers, about Nebraska’s move to Big Ten Conference in 2011. Here are some of his responses:
DM: Johnny, tell us about your favorite memories of playing in the old Big 8 conference.
JR: Oh well, I just remember back in 1971 when Nebraska was No. 1 and Oklahoma was No. 2 and Colorado was No. 3 and the best teams in the conference in the country actually came from the Big 8 conference. I remember we went out and tied Southern Cal and went on to win all of our games and won our first national championship in 1970, then walked through the next season in ’71 and won all our football
It is with obvious sadness that I am reporting that my mother Margaret Max passed away peacefully this morning (June 4th) after suffering a severe stroke yesterday. Beside me, she leaves my brother George and sisters