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The Grand Island Independent: Huskers HQ

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Huskers HQ

Pelini grilled at weekly press conference

LINCOLN — Nebraska coach Bo Pelini wanted to talk about the upcoming game against Iowa Monday at his weekly press conference.

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Monday 11/24/2014
Pelini grilled at weekly press conference
Updated: November 25, 2014 - 12:00 am

LINCOLN — Nebraska coach Bo Pelini wanted to talk about the upcoming game against Iowa Monday at his weekly press conference.

But Pelini received numerous questions about what went wrong in Saturday’s 28-24 loss to Minnesota, how can it be fixed and what the future may hold for the seventh-year Husker coach.

Go Phigure: Nebraska surrenders big lead, falls to Minnesota
Updated: November 24, 2014 - 8:07 am

LINCOLN – In the second half, No. 25-ranked Minnesota made the plays and No. 23 Nebraska didn’t.

The Golden Gophers rallied by outscoring the Huskers 21-3 with a 224-164 yard advantage in the second half to defeat the Huskers 28-24 Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

Sunday 11/23/2014
NU goes with old-style defense in win
Updated: November 23, 2014 - 9:43 pm

LINCOLN — The Devaney Center isn’t quite how the No. 16 Nebraska women’s basketball team remembers it.

“It’s different,” senior Husker forward Emily Cady said after NU’s 66-43 rout of Utah. “It’s definitely not the same.”

Senior Day goes sour for Huskers
Updated: November 24, 2014 - 4:44 pm

LINCOLN — Thirteen Nebraska seniors went through Senior Day festivities Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

Ten of those actually got in the game, but all of them — along with all their teammates, coaches and Husker fans — were left disappointed after a 28-24 loss to Minnesota.

Rhode Island upsets No. 21 Nebraska in OT
Posted: November 23, 2014

KINGSTON, R.I. - The University of Nebraska men’s basketball team played in a New England state for the first time since 1997 Saturday night.

It was not a warm welcome back.

No. 11 Nebraska runs win streak to 8 with sweep of Michigan
Posted: November 23, 2014

LINCOLN — After Michigan middle blocker Abby Cole dominated Nebraska earlier this season, the Huskers took Saturday’s rematch as a personal challenge not to allow a repeat performance.

Cecilia Hall and Amber Rolfzen teamed up to each record career highs in blocks, and No. 11 Nebraska ran its winning streak to eight matches by beating Michigan 25-23, 25-20, 25-21 Saturday night at the Devaney Center.

NU’s Gerry flashes playmaking abilities
Posted: November 23, 2014

LINCOLN — While the thrill of his first collegiate touchdown was dampened by Nebraska’s 28-24 loss to Minnesota, sophomore safety Nate Gerry continued to display his playmaking abilities for the Cornhuskers on Saturday.

With Minnesota (8-3, 5-2 Big Ten) looking to cut its deficit to 14-10 with a 30-yard field-goal attempt by Ryan Santoso, Gerry produced what could’ve been the difference-maker for No. 21 Nebraska (8-3, 4-3). After teammate Randy Gregory blocked the field-goal try, Gerry scooped up the loose ball and returned it 85 yards for a TD, putting the Huskers ahead 21-7 with 5:18 to play in the second quarter.

Beck left second-guessing key fourth-quarter call
Posted: November 23, 2014

LINCOLN — It was a play-call Nebraska’s coaching staff would obviously like to have back.

Leading 24-21 with nine minutes remaining, I-back Ameer Abdullah ran for a 9-yard gain over right tackle, giving the Cornhuskers a second-and-1 play at the Minnesota 41-yard line. But after Nebraska offensive coordinator Tim Beck had called for running plays on 16 of the previous 17 offensive snaps, quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. took a deep drop, preparing to try to burn the Gophers’ secondary downfield.

Hamar: Minnesota the smarter team in win over Huskers
Posted: November 23, 2014

LINCOLN — After a foggy start, it turned into a beautiful November afternoon Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

The sun was blasting its warmth onto the Tom Osborne Field turf along about 2:30 p.m. The Huskers were exiting through the northwest tunnel for the final time in 2014, and many fans were clapping and cheering as they left.

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