If you missed any news from inside the Husker Nation yesterday, we’ll get you all caught up.
– 1, 2, 44’s Comin’ For You: In a shock to absolutely no one, Randy Gregory was named to the Bronko Nagurski Trophy watch list for the 2014 season. The award, given to the nation’s top defensive player, is one of many that No. 44 will likely be in the running for later in the year thanks to being quicker than a hiccup.
– Take Your Time, LeBron. Nebraska Has Its Big Three: Ameer Abdullah, Kenny Bell and Corey Cooper will all go with head coach Bo Pelini to Big Ten media days. No confirmation on whether Anya the cat will be in attendance at this time.
– Take a Rabbit’s Foot, Tai: In a hopefully less injury-filled venture, Tai Webster is returning to New Zeland for a chance at making the senior team’s roster for the FIBA World Cup. Break a leg, Tai…wait!
– Bum Wrist? You’re Out: Unfortunately, former Husker slugger Alex Gordon won’t be taking part in this year’s Major League Baseball All-Star game due to sprained right wrist. He’s still headed to Minneapolis, though. Perhaps autographs are to be had?
– The Husker volleyballers snagged memories aplenty in China and Japan along with some major practice time.
– Corey Cooper was a great choice to join Abdullah and Bell at Big Ten media days
– Compare and contrast: Nebraska’s Tim Miles and Penn State’s Pat Chambers
The struggle is real:
One espn channel is reporting nba rumors and the other has high school seven on seven. Smh
— Kenny Bell (@AFRO_THUNDER80) July 10, 2014
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