The Nebraska Cornhuskers were already plenty happy to get Keisei Tominaga back but one analyst believes they got the best shooter in the country. They’re going to need a big season from him.
It’s not as though the Huskers didn’t already know that Keisei was a deadeye from downtown. But it’s nice to see that other people around the country know it as well.
NCAA basketball analyst Andy Katz is certainly someone who knows college basketball. He recently put together a list of the best shooters in the game.
Keisei Tominaga was right at the top of the list.
Nebraska Cornhuskers punter make watch list
Huskers punter Brian Buschini has the stuff to make him one of the better punters in the Big Ten. But he can also stand out for his work in the classroom.
He’s one of several hundred 2023 William V. Campbell Trophy Seminfinalists. The award is one that recognizes an individual as the absolute best football scholar-athlete in the nation for his combined academic success, football performance, and exemplary leadership.
Buschini obviously has his work cut out for him. It will be interesting to see if the Nebraska Cornhuskers punter can make the very much pared down list of 14 finalists later this year.
Wish list for Memorial Stadium
The Nebraska Cornhuskers are going to be revealing what they are doing to modernize Memorial Stadium sometime in the next few weeks. It’s not yet clear what exactly it will be.
Dave Feit has a list of things he’d like to see added or changed that would make Memorial Stadium that much better. And maybe even get it back to being a recruiting tool.
Jordan Larson officially returns to the Nebraska Cornhuskers
The Nebraska volleyball team now has three assistant coaches. One of those coaches has been on a whirlwind international tour for the last few months. Now that Jordan Larson has qualified for the Olympics, she’s ready to spend the rest of the season helping the Huskers get that much better.
Lindsay Krause is back too
The Huskers also seemingly added another top player to the roster with the return of Lindsay Krause. She’s missed the last couple of matches after getting into a car accident that was 100% not her fault.
She returns as the Nebraska Cornhuskers gear up for a run in the Big Ten.