Brandon Cavanaugh-Husker Corner

The Pulse of Husker Nation

If you missed any news from inside the Husker Nation yesterday, we’ll get you all caught up.

62 Isn’t Just An Offensive Lineman’s Number: Over 60 Huskers were named Distinguished Scholars which means you have to be really, really smart. 14 of those Huskers posted perfect 4.0 grade-point averages and made us feel bad about ourselves.

– When Green Turns to SilverHusker wrestler James Green represents the Big Red in style taking home a silver medal from the University World Championships. The three-time All-American and reigning Big Ten champion returns this season looking to do even more damage.

This Moses Aims to Close the Red Sea: Moses Ayegba brings some badly needed size to the Big Red lineup. The Huskers could’ve used it well before Leslee Smith tore his ACL.

The Huskers Return From the Orient: John Cook’s Nebraska volleyballers have returned from their trip to China and Japan with memories on and off the court.

– Nebraska football offensive coordinator Tim Beck says that Taylor Martinez’s “big-play ability” will be missed

– An early draft profile of Husker defensive end Randy Gregory

– Ciante Evans has been added to the Saskatchewan Roughriders practice roster

– The 2014 Husker soccer schedule has been released

Challenging Matt Finnin on the Twitter front:

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