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Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Nebraska Cornhuskers: Betting odds, point spread and tv info

On Saturday two Big Ten schools face off against one another when the Rutgers Scarlet Knights travel to take on the No. 16 ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers. Nebraska (6-1) will look to earn their seventh win of the season when Rutgers (5-2) comes into Memorial Stadium. Coverage of the game between Nebraska and Rutgers will air on ESPN2 and WatchESPN beginning at 12:00 pm ET. The Odds...
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3 Keys to Victory: Nebraska vs. Rutgers

The Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights meet for the first time since 1920 this weekend in Lincoln.  Will Nebraska keep the momentum they found in the second half of last week’s game against Northwestern?  Or will Rutgers finally avenge the 28-point drubbing they suffered 96 years ago?  Here are Nebraska’s 3 keys to [&hellip (Visited 1 times, 1 visits...
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Video: Joe Tessitore Explains Why The SEC Is The Best Conference In College Football

Earlier this week, Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini made it clear that he thinks that ESPN (partially because of the SEC Network) is a bit biased when it comes to its coverage of the Southeastern Conference. Wednesday, network broadcaster Joe Tessitore joined Paul Finebaum on his radio show to explain exactly why he believes that the league hasn’t been “propped up” by the network...
Via College Spun
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Bo Pelini was right about ESPN And the SEC, but hopefully it won’t matter

On Twitter @TheCoachBart Follow TSS @TheStudentSect Like peering off into the distance and seeing the clouds whir by with a black sky on the horizon, sometimes, things are just easy to see coming. So you get that lawn cut just a little quicker than you otherwise would. When the College Football Playoff was created and eventually saw its broadcast rights bid for and won by ESPN, you...
Via The Student Section
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Look: Nebraska Football’s Back in Black(Shirts)

Maybe Bo Pelini’s Nebraska Cornhuskers finally earned them. Maybe a report got back to him that a growing segment of the Nebraska football fan population actually started wondering where they went. Maybe he wanted to prevent questions by the media about when they were going to be busted out. Maybe it’s all the above. Regardless, the [&hellip No visits yet The post Look:...
Via No Coast Bias
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Bo Pelini Has Finally Handed Out The Blackshirts To His Nebraska Defense

Seven games into its season, the Nebraska defense can now call itself “The Blackshirts,” the nickname given to the Huskers’ first-team unit and other key players beginning in the 1960s.  At today’s practice, Bo Pelini handed out the black practice jerseys to his defense, which allowed only 17 points to Northwestern following a seven-point second-half performance against...
Via College Spun
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Bo Pelini says the ESPN-SEC relationship is not good for college football

Before we get started, that’s the greatest sports picture of the year, right? College football is a universe filled with conflicts of interests and complex relationships.  Athletes and institutions, sponsors and scholarships, television networks and conferences. There’s a “you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours” nature about the sport that always lies somewhere beneath...
Via Awful Announcing
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Bo Pelini doesn’t agree with ESPN’s relationship with the SEC

Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini has had his problems in the past with the Southern Eastern Conference. Before the start of the season, Pelini had a few things to say about Ole Miss recruiting practices. Now Pelini has another problem but it is with the conference as a whole along with the carrier of their network. Pelini says that he doesn’t agree with ESPN’s relationship with...
Via No Guts, No Glory
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Bo Pelini Thinks SEC Network-ESPN Relationship Is “Bad For College Football”

The SEC Network has only been on air for two months, but there are many in the industry who believe that its existence is giving the conference an advantage over its competitors. Monday, we learned that Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini is among them. At his weekly press conference, he told reporters that he believes the ESPN-SEC Network relationship is “bad for college football...
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Husker Football’s Worst Enemy: Itself; Jason Peter Agrees

The Nebraska Cornhuskers are sitting at No. 16 in the polls with only one loss and Husker football fans are justifiably feeling pretty good. Considering how many sucker punches have been dealt out over the past few weeks to the records of seemingly untouchable teams, the Big Red’s holding steady. What’s the biggest obstacle in the path [&hellip (Visited 1 times, 1 visits...
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Nebraska Cornhuskers remind rest of B1G why they’re still contenders in 2014

Remember when Nebraska was a Top 15 team? It seems like ages ago that the Huskers were the class of the Big Ten West and a potential College Football Playoff contender. Everything was going fine, then it all came crashing down in the form of a 27-22 loss at Michigan State three weeks ago. Yet, following the bye week the question was how Nebraska would respond to the loss. Staring...
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Nebraska Cornhuskers QB Tommy Armstrong Jr: better than you think

“Tommy’s growing. He’s getting better,” said Nebraska Coach Bo Pelini of his starting quarterback. “He’s not the finished product yet, but I don’t know a quarterback who is after playing a year and a half.” Tommy Armstrong Jr isn’t going to be all league this year, but he did make three huge throws on third down for the Huskers that were critical for sustaining...
Via The Sports Bank
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Kenny Bell: greatest Nebraska Cornhuskers WR ALL TIME. PERIOD

Kenny Bell is the greatest NU wideout of all time. Seriously. Nebraska Cornhuskers football is a very proud program that has accomplished a lot of things. However, they really haven’t had a whole lot of standout receivers. Kenny Bell had 5 receptions for 89 yards tonight at Northwestern through three quarters. He finished with those numbers as the Huskers blew Northwestern out...
Via The Sports Bank
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Watch: Nebraska QB Tommie Armstrong Jr catches TD pass against Northwestern

Nebraska and Northwestern are in the middle of an important Big Ten game. The Huskers pulled a little trick out of their back-pocket with this QB throwback…. Check out the @Huskers Tommy Armstrong Jr's big touchdown catch against Northwestern. Brought to you by @Buick. — Nebraska on BTN (@BTN_Nebraska) October 19, 2014
Via The Student Section
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Bye Week In Nebraska: The Calm Before The Inevitable Storm

Nebraska is a quiet place this week. More so than usual. Sports talk radio hosts won’t even entertain the notion of talking about the upcoming Northwestern game next weekend. Nah, they’ll just keep feeding the excuse bonfire with clap-gate logs. We are exactly halfway through the regular season in college football and the Nebraska Cornhuskers are sitting at 5-1 — just about...
Via Know It All Football
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