Saturday, March 24, 2007

Bay Area Husker ENews 3-16-07

Hey Bay Area Husker Fans!

Happy St. Patrick's Day to all those who are (or claim to be) Irish this Saturday. I noticed that all the Husker merchandisers are offering green Husker apparel to fans, but I have a feeling its still too close to our series with Notre Dame to be turning Red duds into Green duds (I remember we reversed that idea by creating a Sea of Red at their stadium!). So enjoy a wee dram of Irish Whiskey or a little Guinness with your corned beef and cabbage this weekend, and celebrate being Irish (at least for a day).

Following up on the news I sent last week, there will be a memorial service at UNL for Dr. Barbara Hibner on Monday, and I also got another bit of sad news from Dr. Jamie Williams about the passing of former Husker fullback Doddie Donnell last week...see info below.

Lots of Husker action this weekend so hope you enjoy the reading below.

Go Big Red (White and Blue)...and a wee Bit O Green,


Steve Edlefsen went 2-for-4 and struck out five in 2.2 innings of relief.

Lubbock, Texas – Joey Kenworthy scored from third on a wild pitch in the bottom of the 11th inning, as Texas Tech defeated No. 16 Nebraska, 7-6, Thursday night in the Big 12 opener for both teams at Dan Law Field.

Taylor Ashby singled to open the 11th inning off NU reliever Mike Harmelink before Kenworthy, who went 3-for-6, doubled into the left field corner. Ashby was thrown out trying to score, but Kenworthy alertly advanced to third on the play. The heads-up base running proved fateful moments later when Harmelink uncorked a pitch that got past catcher Mark Hightower, allowing the runner to score the winning run for the Red Raiders (16-7, 1-0 Big 12).

While the game was lost in extra innings, Nebraska Head Coach Mike Anderson said the key was when the Huskers could not capitalize earlier when they had opportunities to score. The Huskers stranded 12 runners, including a pair of situations with the bases loaded after taking a 4-3 lead.

"We did not drive in runs when we had the opportunity, and that cost us the game tonight," Nebraska Coach Mike Anderson said. "We had three or four opportunities early that we didn’t take advantage with the guys we wanted at the plate, but we couldn’t get it done. Every time we got something going, they were able to shut us down."


Drew Bowman improved to 2-0, allowing one run over five innings.

Lincoln – Ryan Wehrle’s fifth-inning RBI double sparked a four-run outburst, while Drew Bowman and two relievers held Wayne State to one run, as the No. 16 Husker baseball team won its home opener, 6-1, Tuesday afternoon.

Tuesday’s crowd of 4,564 – the second-largest opening day crowd in school history – saw the Huskers get off to a slow start before righting the ship with four runs in the fifth to take the lead for good.

"I’m extremely happy with the turnout," Nebraska Coach Mike Anderson said of the mid-afternoon crowd that took advantage of sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 70s. "It was an incredible crowd today."

After a double and an error put runners on the corners with no outs, freshman DJ Belfonte got the Huskers on the board bunt single, scoring Mitch Abeita, who opened the inning with a double to right. Two batters later, Wehrle snapped an 0-for-18 slump with a smash down the line in left for an RBI double, giving NU a 2-1 lead that they would not relinquish. After a groundout by Andrew Brown plated a run, Jake Opitz ended the rally with an RBI single to center, scoring Wehrle with NU’s fourth run of the frame.

Opitz’ hit chased Wayne State starter Travis Mortimore, who had allowed just one hit over the first four frames before running into trouble in the fifth. Mortimore fell to 0-2 on the year, allowing four runs – two earned – on five his over 4.2 innings of work.

Belfonte led NU’s offensive attack with his first career three-hit day, while Craig Corriston added two hits in helping Nebraska win its third straight game and 29th consecutive home opener.

The runs was more than enough for the Husker pitching staff, as Bowman went five-plus innings before handing the ball to the Husker bullpen. Bowman, making his first career appearance at Hawks Field, scattered six hits and fanned four to improve to 2-0 on the year, while Mike Harmelink and Erik Bird combined for four scoreless innings of relief.


Irving, Texas – Nebraska third baseman Jeff Tezak (Poway, Calif.) was selected as the Big 12’s Player of the Week on Monday following the Huskers’ series win at No. 22 Alabama last weekend.

Tezak hit .727 (8-for-11) over the weekend with a home run, two doubles, three RBI and a slugging percentage of 1.182 in helping NU to a 3-1 week. He opened the weekend with six consecutive hits, including a 5-for-5 effort with a homer and two RBIs in Saturday's 4-3 come-from-behind win over Alabama's preseason All-American Tommy Hunter.

Tezak tied a Sewell-Thomas stadium record with five hits, including a homer in the seventh that tied the game at three before driving in the go-ahead run in the top of the ninth. He posted his second multi-hit game of the weekend on Sunday, going 2-for-5 with a pair of doubles and an RBI in the Huskers’ 6-5 win.


Johnny Dorn earned his third straight win as the Huskers picked up a series victory over Alabama on Sunday.

Tuscaloosa, Ala. -- Craig Corriston drove in three runs while Johnny Dorn earned his third straight victory, as No. 17 Nebraska took the runner match of the three-game series with No. 22 Alabama with a 6-5 victory on Sunday.

The Huskers, who improved to 8-5 on the year, withstood a late Alabama comeback, as the Crimson Tide (13-6) scored once in the eighth and twice in the ninth to pull within a run. With one out and the tying runner on second, Steve Edlefsen struck out Kent Matthes and Matt Bentley – the No. 4-5 hitters in the UA lineup - to collect his second save in as many days.

The Huskers were out-hit, 10-8, but used solid situational hitting, including four sacrifices bunts that played key roles in Nebraska’s offensive arsenal. Corriston matched his career high with three RBI, including a two-run infield single in the fourth, while Jeff Tezak, Andrew Brown and Jake Opitz had two hits apiece. Tezak finished the weekend by going 8-for-11, including six straight hits over the first two games of the series.

Dorn was solid en route to earning his third straight win, allowing a pair of runs and scattering five hits, as the junior took a shutout into the sixth. With the win, Dorn picked up his 24th career win, tying Mike Zajeski (1988-92) for third place on NU's career wins chart.


Tezak broke a 3-3 deadlock with an RBI single to left off reliever Austin Hyatt, scoring pinch runner Luke Wertz with the go-ahead run, capping a 5-for-5 effort for the Husker third baseman. A junior from Poway, Calif., Tezak tied the game earlier with his seventh inning homer off Alabama starter Tommy Hunter after the Crimson Tide took a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the sixth.

"Jeff had a good two-strikeout approach on the last at-bat and did a good job of taking the pitch and going the other way with it," Anderson said. "(Craig) Corriston and (Jake) Mort are both pretty good defensive players, but I thought that we needed to get some offense in there today against Hunter."

Tezak’s heroics made a winner of Zach Herr, who was superb in relief as the Huskers improved to 7-5 on the season. The sophomore lefty picked up his first career win, allowing one hit and totaling a career-high five strikeouts over 3.1 innings – the longest outing of his career.

Tuscaloosa, Ala. – Miers Quigley fired seven shutout innings, while No. 22 Alabama took advantage of a rare off night by Husker starter Tony Watson en route to posting an 8-0 victory over the No. 22 Huskers Friday night.

Quigley (3-0), who upped his record to 3-0, worked in and out of trouble most of the evening, allowing three hits and four walks, as NU had at least one base runner on in each frame, but could not plate a run against the left-hander. Quigley, who threw 118 pitches, struck out four and was backed by an Alabama defense that turned a pair of double plays in helping him to lower his season ERA to 1.15.

"You have to give Quigley a lot of credit," Anderson said. He did a great job, and they were great behind him defensively."

UA closer Josh Copeland fired two shutout innings, completing the first shutout against Nebraska in 201 games dating back to the 2003 NCAA Regional title game against Southwest Missouri State (now Missouri State) and the first time NU had been shutout on the road since the 1998 campaign.


Tracy Stalls and the Huskers will play three spring matches.

Lincoln – The Nebraska volleyball team begins the spring schedule this week, as the defending national champions will play three times during the spring season, including a pair of matches in the state.

The Huskers, who finished 33-1 en route to the school’s third national title, will open their spring schedule on Friday, March 16, they take on NCAA Sweet 16 participant San Diego to wrap up a week of training in San Diego. The Toreros finished the 2006 season with a 26-6 record and won the West Coast Conference title.

Two weeks later, the Huskers visit North Platte for the first time since 2004, as they take on Missouri Valley Conference power Wichita State on April 6. The Shockers went 25-7 in 2006 and placed second in the MVC with a 15-3 league mark. NU’s last trip to North Platte came in 2004, as the Huskers took on Creighton in front of a sellout crowd of 2,400 at North Platte High School.

The Huskers wrap up the team portion of their spring workouts on Saturday, April 14, as they host Colorado State at the Nebraska Coliseum as part of the Spring Football game festivities. First serve for the match is set for 3 p.m. and tickets are available for $8 (adults) and $4 (children ages 7-18 and seniors), while kids ages six and under and UNL Students with Valid ID are free. Fans can purchase tickets by visiting or calling the Nebraska Ticket office at 1-800-8-BIGRED.

Colorado State went 20-10 in 2006 and won the Mountain West Conference title for the seventh straight season.

The Huskers return five starters from a team that went 33-1 and won the school’s third national title in 2006. The Huskers return 2006 Honda Award Winner and AVCA National Player of the Year Sarah Pavan, along with AVCA All-Americans Jordan Larson, Tracy Stalls and Rachel Holloway. In addition, 2005 AVCA National Player of the Year Christina Houghtelling returns for the 2007 season, but will not play for most of the spring schedule.

2007 Husker Volleyball Spring Schedule (Central Time)
Date Opponent Time
Friday, March 16th at San Diego 9 p.m.
Saturday, April 7th vs. Wichita State (at North Platte HS) 2 p.m.
Saturday, April 14th vs. Colorado State 3 p.m.

Senior Jon Charter will take to the Devaney Center floor for the last time against Air Force.

Nebraska seniors Jon Charter and Jason Wassung will grace the floor of the Bob Devaney Sports Center one final time Saturday, March 17 at 7 p.m., as the No. 10 Huskers take on No. 16 Air Force to close the regular season. Co-captains of the 2007 Huskers, Charter and Wassung will be honored during a special Senior Night ceremony following the conclusion of the meet.

Saturday’s dual, which features only the Nebraska men for the first time this season, can be followed with Live Stats available on

The meet marks just the third time this season that Nebraska will face a lower-ranked opponent. The Huskers are currently 2-1 against lower seeds, with a pair of wins over Air Force earlier this season and a loss to Iowa on Feb. 24.

The Huskers aim to turn their luck around against Air Force, after dropping three home meets this season, including back-to-back losses over the last two weekends. The odds are in Nebraska’s favor on Saturday, as the Huskers own a 13-2 record over the Falcons, including seven straight home wins dating back to 2000.

This is the third run-in between NU and Air Force this season, following a season-opening bout at the Falcon-hosted Rocky Mountain Open on Jan. 12-13, and a triangular hosted by Oklahoma on Jan. 20. In both competitions the Huskers walked away the obvious victors, topping Air Force by an average of nearly 19 points.


Lincoln-The 10th-ranked Nebraska men's gymnastics team dropped another tough contest against No. 8 Minnesota, 205.45-213.55, as the Huskers continued to battle injuries. NU fell to 0-3 at home this season after the Sunday afternoon dual in the Bob Devaney Sports Center.

“I’m really pleased with our score,” Nebraska Coach Francis Allen said. “We were missing lots of guys from our regular line up. If we had a healthier team, I know we would have pulled through.”

Nebraska was only able to pull together a full six-man lineup on just three events, as several injuries plagued the Huskers. New competitors appeared in many lineups for the first time this season, including freshmen Adrion Hernandez (floor exercise and vault) and Stefan Wallof (vault).

“I was happy to see Adrion come through,” Allen said. “It’s really inspiring for him to go out there and compete his hardest. It also inspires me to know that we have such young competitors coming up and gaining experience.”

Despite the injury battle, two Huskers cracked their way into the top-three all-around results. Senior Jason Wassung placed second behind Minnesota’s Jacob Lee with a season-high all-around score of 52.95, while junior Stephen Tetrault placed third with a score of 51.40.


Sophomore right-hander Molly Hill tossed a two-hit shutout in Nebraska's 1-0 win.

Lincoln – Sophomore right-hander Molly Hill won her fourth straight decision by tossing her first shutout of the season to lead the Nebraska softball team to its eighth straight victory with a 1-0 win over North Dakota State in the opening game of the 2007 Big Red Tournament Friday afternoon at Bowlin Stadium.

The shutout was Nebraska's first in 16 games, the longest stretch NU has gone without a shutout since 1997. Hill (6-4) tossed a two-hit shutout, striking out seven. Her effort propelled the Huskers to a win in their home opener. Nebraska (16-7) has now won 21 of its last 22 games at Bowlin Stadium.

Allison Bakke (10-7) took the loss, despite not allowing an earned run. Bakke allowed just three hits and struck out five, but a lone error cost Bakke and North Dakota State (16-12).

North Dakota State threatened to take an early 1-0 lead when the Bison attempted a squeeze with runners at first and third and no outs. Hill kept them off the scoreboard though by fielding the bunt cleanly and throwing Grete Peterson out at home.

The Huskers cracked the scoreboard when they turned their first hit into a run with the help of a key North Dakota State error. Sophomore Brittany Pascale led of with a single and senior pinch runner Jaime Borg advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt from sophomore Kimberly Fuller.

Borg then scored when a routine grounder to second that got past Laurel Pipkin, allowing Borg to score from second with what proved to be the game-winning run.


Meghan Mulliln will be honored as the fifth recipient of the Richard Raimondi Memorial Scholarship on Saturday.

Nebraska sophomore outfielder Meghan Mullin will be presented with the 2006-07 Richard Raimondi Memorial Scholarship prior to the Huskers' 1:30 p.m. game on Saturday with North Dakota State at Bowlin Stadium.

Mullin is a history major who carries a cumulative 3.487 grade-point average in the classroom, while leading the Huskers on the field with a .358 batting average. A native of Mesa, Ariz., Mullin has been named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll in each of her first three semesters at Nebraska and is an Academic All-Big 12 candidate this season.

The Richard Raimondi Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to a member of the Husker softball team. The scholarship was created in December of 2001 to honor the father of former NU softball player Melanie Raimondi. The Raimondi Scholarship was the first fully endowed scholarship for a female athlete at Nebraska.

Saturday's on-field presentation, which will include members of the Raimondi family, will take place prior to the Huskers' second game of the day. NU opens the day with an 11 a.m. game against Arkansas before facing North Dakota State at 1:30 p.m.

Mullin is the fifth recipient of the scholarship, joining Amber Burgess (2002-03), KoKo Tacha (2003-04), Sheena Lawrick (2004-05) and Lizzy Aumua (2005-06). Tacha and Aumua were both named CoSIDA Academic All-Americans last season to push Nebraska's nation-leading total to 24 softball honorees.


The Nebraska softball team will open the home portion of its schedule this weekend, welcoming Arkansas and North Dakota State to Lincoln for the three-team, round-robin Big Red Tournament that runs from Friday through Sunday, March 16-18 at Bowlin Stadium.

NU (15-7) is scheduled to play six games this weekend. Each day of the tournament will feature three games with one daily ticket providing fans admission for all of the day’s action. Tickets can be purchased on the day of the game at the ticket window located behind home plate. Reserved tickets are $6, while general admission tickets are $4 for adults and $2 for children.

Fans unable to make it to the ballpark this weekend can still follow all of the action live. All six games will air on, with four contests set to air on select Husker Sports Network stations in Nebraska. Fans in Lincoln can tune in to KLIN, 1400 AM to hear the action, including the Huskers’ Friday 1:30 p.m. game with Arkansas, Saturday’s 11 a.m. tilt with the Lady Razorbacks and both of Sunday’s 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. contests.

Lane Grindle will make his radio debut for Nebraska softball this weekend, handling the play-by-play duties for the radio contests. Nate Rohr will add color commentary for the radio broadcasts, and will call the action on the internet-only games.

After spending the first five weeks - and first 23 games - on the road, Nebraska is anxious to step onto the Bowlin Stadium dirt. The Huskers have not played a home game this season and weren’t scheduled to have their first practice at their home stadium - and first outdoor practice in Lincoln - until Tuesday of this week.

NU has won five of its six home openers since Bowlin Stadium opened in 2001. The Huskers have won seven of their last eight home openers overall, including last season when Nebraska opened its home campaign with 11 consecutive victories. Overall, NU has won seven straight at Bowlin Stadium and 20 of its last 21.

The Huskers hope to continue those streaks and timing may be on their side, as they appear to be playing their best ball of the season. NU is coming off a perfect 5-0 weekend when Nebraska captured the tournament championship at the Shocker Invitational.

Overall, the Huskers have won seven in a row and 11 of their last 13. Nebraska excelled last weekend, outscoring its opponents 22-9 at the Shocker Invitational, after outscoring its first 17 opponents by a combined score of just 45-39.

A big reason for the Huskers’ recent success is the emergence of the NU bats. After stranding 135 runners on base through the first 17 games, Nebraska left just 26 runners on in five games in Wichita.

The long ball also re-emerged last weekend for Nebraska as four players hit their first home run of the season and NU hit more home runs in five games last weekend (four) than it had in its first 17 contests (three).


The Nebraska Athletic Department and Host Communications are proud to announce that at least 10 Nebraska softball games are scheduled to be broadcast live on select stations on the Husker Sports Network this season. The radio broadcasts will also be streamed live for free on, along with an additional 12 games broadcast only on

The radio voice of Husker softball for the 2007 season will be Lane Grindle. A native of Hastings, Iowa, Grindle will enter his first year as the play-by-play man and will continue to host “Sports Nightly” which airs from 6 to 9 p.m., Monday through Friday across Nebraska. A graduate of the University of South Dakota, Grindle served as the Director of Sports Operations for KVTK-AM, the ESPN Radio affiliate in Yankton, S.D., before joining the Husker Sports Network (then Pinnacle Sports Productions) in January of 2006.

Nate Rohr will also be back in the booth for the Big Red, adding color commentary after serving as both the play-by-play announcer and color commentator of Husker softball the past two seasons. In addition to teaming with Grindle, Rohr will again call all of the action in the Huskers’ Internet-only broadcasts.

The Husker Sports Network is in its 11th year of producing live broadcasts of University of Nebraska sporting events. The network broadcast nearly 15 softball games on the radio last season and produced nearly 30 live broadcasts on either the radio or
Below is the 2007 broadcast schedule for Updates on the broadcast schedule, as well as coverage information pertaining to the Big 12 Championship and NCAA Tournament, will be posted on as they become available:

2007 Broadcast Schedule (all time Central)
(all games produced by the Husker Sports Network)
Date Opponent Time
March 16 North Dakota State* 11 a.m.
March 16 Arkansas 1:30 p.m.
March 17 Arkansas 11 a.m.
March 17 North Dakota State* 1:30 p.m.
March 18 North Dakota State 11 a.m.
March 18 Arkansas 4 p.m.
March 21 Creighton 6 p.m.
March 27 Drake (Game 1) 3:30 p.m.
March 27 Drake (Game 2) * 6 p.m.
March 28 Colorado State (Game 1)* 2 p.m.
March 28 Colorado State (Game 2)* 4 p.m.
March 31 Texas Tech* 2 p.m.
April 1 Texas Tech* Noon
April 9 South Dakota St. (Game 1) 4 p.m.
April 9 South Dakota St. (Game 2) 6 p.m.
April 14 Texas* 2 p.m.
April 15 Texas* Noon
April 17 Iowa State* 5 p.m.
April 19 at Iowa State 3:30 p.m.
April 25 Kansas 6:30 p.m.
April 28 Oklahoma State * 2 p.m.
April 29 Oklahoma State * 1 p.m.*internet only broadcast
Note: The internet-only games are tentative and subject to change. Please check for any changes to the broadcast schedule.


Lincoln –The Husker volleyball team will be one of two Husker teams visiting North Platte next month for matches, as the Nebraska soccer team will travel to North Platte, Neb., on Saturday, April 21, to meet up with the Colorado Buffaloes.

The game is set for 6 p.m. at North Platte High School Stadium. Tickets for Nebraska’s game against Colorado are $5 per person and can be ordered in advance at North Platte High School and on

Nebraska’s match with Colorado will feature an experienced Husker roster that includes nine returning starters. NU welcomes the return of seniors Abby Penas and Meghan Hungerford, as well as well as sophomore Lauren Isenhower, to the pitch. All three were injured in 2006. They will help ease NU’s transition into 2007, along with seniors Tanya Dennis and Jessie Bruch.
The match with Colorado is one of four Husker spring soccer matches this spring, as the Nebraska opens the spring season against Minnesota on Sunday, March 25.

Ashley DeBuhr struck out 13 and allowed just two hits while picking up her eighth victory of the season.

Wichita, Kan. - Senior right-hander Ashley DeBuhr was dominant in the circle and sophomore Crystal Carwile tallied three RBIs at the plate, as the Nebraska softball team wrapped up an unbeaten weekend in Wichita with a 4-1 victory against Wichita State on Sunday.

With the win, Nebraska (15-7) earned its seventh consecutive victory and was crowned champion of the Shocker Invitational with a perfect 5-0 record.

"It was a good weekend in that we did a lot of things to win ball games," Head Coach Rhonda Revelle said. "We pitched well, we played well defensively and we had a lot of key hits. It was a good, balanced weekend of softball.

"I felt like we finally got into a rhythm both offensively and defense and put our game together."

DeBuhr (8-3) was on her game in the circle, tossing a two-hitter and striking out 13. Katie McGeeney was the only hitter to stand between DeBuhr and a perfect game, as the Wichita State leadoff hitter recorded both of the Shockers' two hits and drew their lone walk as no other player reached base against DeBuhr.

For her efforts on the weekend, DeBuhr was named the 2007 Shocker Invitational Most Valuable Player.

Offensively for NU, Carwile went 2-for-3 with a season-high three RBIs. Her first-inning home run proved to be the difference and was also her first of the season. Senior Devin Porter went 2-for-3 with an RBI of her own as Porter and Carwile - the Huskers' No. 3 and 4 hitters - went a combined 4-for-6 and produced all four RBIs.

Margo Pruis (5-7) took the loss for Wichita State (11-17), allowing four runs on four hits in 5.2 innings.

The early switch to daylight savings time did nothing to slow the Huskers, as NU jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead on the strength of a two-out, two-run home run off the bat of Carwile.


Please join the Nebraska Athletic Department for a Celebration of Life in honor of Dr. Barbara Hibner.

Dr. Hibner was a key member of the University of Nebraska Athletic Department’s staff for nearly three decades. She had retired as NU’s Associate Athletic Director and Senior Women’s Administrator December of 2005, and fought a valiant battle with cancer for the past year. She passed away on Wednesday, March 7 at the age of 65. Dr. Hibner’s funeral was held yesterday in McSherrystown, Pa.

A Celebration of Life Program will be held on the University of Nebraska campus in Lincoln on Monday, March 19 at 2 p.m. The Celebration is open to the public and will be held in the West Stadium Club, which is the third level of Memorial Stadium. Please enter through the skybox/press box entrance on the west side of the stadium. Come reminisce and learn of the incredible impact “Dr. H” has had on Husker Student-Athletes over the last three decades and of the path she has trailblazed for generations of student-athletes to come.

The family has asked that in lieu of flowers, memorials be directed to the Dr. Barbara Hibner Scholarship Fund for Nebraska Athletics. Funds donated will provide a scholarship for the Nebraska Female Student-Athlete of the Year. The scholarship will be presented annually at the Academic Awards Recognition Banquet. This year’s banquet is scheduled for Sunday, April 15.

Please make checks payable to the University of Nebraska Foundation and send to the University of Nebraska Athletic Development Office, One Memorial Stadium, P.O. Box 880154, Lincoln, NE 68588-0154. Condolences or personal reflections may be sent to the family at


Just a quick note to inform you that Husker football great, former fullback, Doddie Donnell, passed away from cancer last week. Former husker, Tony Samuel (head coach of SW Missouri State University) texted me that update.

Furthermore, I totally enjoyed the luncheon!
Jamie Williams, Ed.D.

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*The snow in western Nebraska was welcome, but it was not a cure for the seven-year drought.

* El Nino And La Nina And ... Let's Call The Whole Thing Nebraska Weather
Drought-plagued southwestern Nebraska needs good amounts of precipitation over the next couple of months. Things look better in the eastern two third of the state.

* Contemporary German Cinema Restrospective At UNL
A unique offering at The Ross film theater at UNL.

* District Judge Rejects Challenge To Omaha Smoking Ban
The case is destined to wind up in front of the Court of Appeals and, most likely, the state Supreme Court.

* Was Hagel's Indecision A Last-Minute Decision?
Let the discussion continue. Kudos on the debate to date. Only one Feedback has been rejected for profanity!

* UNK Women Fall In NCAA Sweet 16 - But Coach Gives Birth To A New Era
Talk about spirit. The UNK coach gave birth to a son, then toddled back to the arena to cheer on her Loper proteges.

* Body Of Missing Chadron State Prof Found In Ravine
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* Nebraska Women Face Temple In First-Round Of NCAA Basketball Tournament
The Husker women open NCAA Tournament play Sunday in North Carolina. First up: The Temple Owls.

* Report: College Students The Most Narcissistic-ever Generation
An interesting bit of research. Not only do they think they're hot stuff, they can get pretty nasty when rejecting suggestions that they aren't such hot stuff.

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