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Cavanaugh a.k.a. "The Boss" has been covering Nebraska Cornhuskers athletics and recruiting since 2003. As a member of the Football Writers Association of America, Cavanaugh annually votes for the Nagurski Award, Outland Trophy, Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award and the organization's All-American Team.
I am a proud graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Class of 2011) and an avid Husker sports fanatic. I am also a Denver Broncos fan. I've also grown up a professional wrestling fan, it's my second sports love behind the Huskers.
Co-Host on Drop the Mike with Mike Welch on 93.7 the Ticket in Lincoln. Graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
I'm a graduate from the University of Central Missouri with a major in Broadcast Media and a minor in Public Relations. Go Mules and Jennies! Music, radio, sports, and writing are my biggest passions. ~Chiefs, Saints, Royals, Huskers, Sporting KC~
I am a student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and studying broadcast journalism. Born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska and a life long Husker fan. On any given weekend you can find me on the golf course or watching sports at a hole in the wall bar!
Tim Duey is a resident of Lincoln, Nebraska. As a child his family had season tickets to Nebraska Football games during some of the program's most successful years. As an adult he works his day job in addition to being a public relations, business and sports writer.
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