File this in the “WTH(eck)? folder”. During Tuesday’s Nebraska-Minnesota game, referee Tom Eades slapped Nebraska’s Shavon Shields with a technical foul after Shields had evidently crossed Eades’ threshold. But it isn’t Eades’ threshold that is the story, it’s the animation he shows during the call.
He yelled “boom” for goodness sakes.
Enjoy your 15...
If you’re a fan of referees who get overly animated while doing their jobs, we’ve got a treat for you. During Tuesday’s contest between Nebraska and Minnesota, official Tom Eades, who clearly wasn’t thrilled with what he was hearing, assessed a technical foul on Cornhuskers forward Shavon Shields. Amazingly, he also yelled “Boom!” as he made the hand signal. Check it...
Tim Miles, Shavon Shields and Walter Pitchford met with the media following Nebraska’s 70-60 on Wednesday night at Assembly Hall. Watch their comments in the media player below:The post Video: Tim Miles, Nebraska players react to win over Indiana appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
Shavon Shields scored a career-high 33 points, making all 15 of his free throws for Nebraska's best performance at the line in 32 years, and the Cornhuskers defeated Illinois 67-58 on Wednesday night.
The Huskers (13-10, 5-6 Big Ten) pulled away with the help of a defense that held Illinois to two field goals over the last 6:57.
Terran Petteway added 16 points as the Huskers raised...
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February 13, 2014
Shavon Shields scored 15 points to lead four Nebraska players in double figures, and the Cornhuskers rode a fast start to a 79-67 victory over Arkansas State on Saturday.
Ray Gallegos added 13 points, Walter Pitchford had 12 and Terran Petteway 11 for the Huskers (7-3), who bounced back from a 15-point loss to in-state rival Creighton last Sunday.
Kirk Van Slyke scored a career...
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December 14, 2013