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    1. With three College World Series appearances from 2001-05 and its Big 12 pedigree, Nebraska was expected to be the team to beat in baseball when it entered the Big Ten. It took six years ...

    2. Win big in college football and they’ll eventually build you a statue. See, as examples, Gary Patterson at TCU and Nick Saban at Alabama, to name two active coaches already immortalized in bronze ...

    3. Four times the Nebraska senior was the Big Ten runner-up in the pole vault, including at the indoor championships in February. The Big Ten title lifted a weight from Cahoy’s shoulders ...

    4. Unique Brissett II claimed to be a 6-foot-2, 215-pound wide receiver at Globe Institute of Technology in New York, entertaining offers from five schools -- Michigan, Michigan State, Miami (Fla ...

    5. During its annual awards banquet last week, Atlantic Coast Conference administrators and coaches were treated to a 12-minute video highlighting the successes of the past year. Clemson celebrates ...

    6. Smith, a Dakota Dunes native who just completed her sophomore year at the University of Nebraska-Kearney, was one of 10 Division II players selected for an upcoming USA D-2 Volleyball ...

    7. OMAHA — Scotus Central Catholic seniors Evan Chohon and Emma Strecker were selected for the 24th annual Nebraska Shrine Soccer Classic scheduled for June 11 at Morrison Stadium in Omaha ...

    8. Dan Frizane invites audiences, as well as performers, to a summer’s worth of music. “I’d like to invite people who play band instruments to join us and renew their love affair with their instrument ...

    9. One of the most complex professions in the world is at risk of being replaced. By a selfie. Selling life insurance has traditionally involved an in-depth assessment of the customer by a qualified ...

    10. The Huskers will be the No. 1 seed for the first time in their sixth appearance in the league’s double-elimination postseason event. They meet eighth-seeded Purdue at 4 p.m. Wednesday

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