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The Nebraska Cornhuskers kicked off their spring practices today. At the conclusion of practice, they took their turn (as is apparently required by University regulation) recording their own “Harlem Shake” video. Of all the “Harlem Shake” videos I’ve watched (a number that is higher than I’d like to admit), this is one of the better The post A Husker Take on the “Harlem Shake” appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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Bo Pelini coached up a solid Harlem Shake during the Nebraska Cornhuskers' first Spring practice.
Spring practice in Lincoln, Nebraska certainly got off to a lighthearted start. Wide receiver Kenny Bell walked out to Nebraska’s first day of spring practice wearing a Ghillie Suit, and it seems like he just came out of the woods from hunting. What we later learned is that it was for the Nebraska Cornhuskers Harlem Shake video.
Perhaps Bo Pelini went through some anger management...
The fans might be more worried than Bo Pelini about the holes Nebraska has to fill on defense this spring.
The Cornhuskers must replace eight starters from a defense that ranked in the bottom half of the Big Ten in every major category except pass defense. Pelini said after the first spring practice Saturday that he's not overly concerned about what on paper appears to be a...
Is there anything else that needs to be said about "Harlem Shake" videos that do not include the words "please kill me now?' If not, here's yet another one featuring the Nebraska football team during practice. Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini is reportedly somewhere in the middle right in this clip.
Well, there is something to add: This Joke Isn't...
NORMAN, Okla. — No. 1 OU has finally been dealt its first loss of the season after 17 consecutive victories to start the year, falling to the Nebraska Cornhuskers 1-0 Saturday afternoon at Marita Hynes Field in the two’s third meeting this year.
A closer look at Illinois next opponent -- the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini says the Huskers will have a "get after it" type of spring. Practices open up on Saturday.