Nebraska basketball should make NCAA Tournament; 2019 commit follows in father’s footsteps

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The Big Dance

Nebraska basketball defeated Penn State 76-64 Sunday night, and Land of 10’s Sean Keeler believes it’s time the Huskers get the credit they deserve for the NCAA Tournament.

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Following his dad’s lead

Garrett Nelson is an outside linebacker committed to Nebraska’s 2019 recruiting class. While his dad wrestled in college, he was a Division I athlete for the Huskers. Nelson now plans to follow in those footsteps to coach Scott Frost’s Nebraska team.

The biggest benefit

Which players will benefit most from their school making a coaching change? Bleacher Report put together the list, and Nebraska wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey made it.

A night of hope

Five years after Jack Hoffman’s infamous spring game touchdown, Team Jack is still going strong. The fifth annual gala continued to raise even more awareness with the help of Nebraska alumni.

Thinking fast

Nebraska’s new offensive line coach Greg Austin plans to have his group thinking fast. That includes thinking fast in meetings, too.

What’s being said on Twitter 

Miss anything on Twitter over the weekend? Here is a quick list of the more notable tweets in the last 48-plus hours:

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