If you missed any news from inside the Husker Nation yesterday, we’ll get you all caught up.
– An Easy Call to Make: The Green Bay Packers have inducted former Nebraska running back Ahman Green into their Hall of Fame. It’s safe to say that No. 30 can call his career a successful one.
– New Zealand Has a Nebraskan Flavor: Husker sophomore Tai Webster was named to the New Zeland 14-person travel squad, one of only two teenagers on the roster. For now, Webster’s off to South Korea, China, Lithuania and Serbia.
– He’s Heating Up…: Omaha South’s Aguek Arop, a 15-year-old enjoying his summer vacation, holds an offer from Nebraska. The best part: He picked it up a month after his freshman season.
– $30,000 Netted and Plenty of Calories Burned: This year’s Uplifting Athletes Race should be considered a success as $30,000 was raised thanks to registration. All of the money raised goes towards pediatric brain cancer research.
— Mike Fields (@MikeFieldsNE) July 20, 2014
- A behemoth of college bowling , Nebraska sent four representatives to the Junior Gold Championships
– Synchronize watches (Brandon’s call: Huskers):
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