Saturday, November 19, 2011

Bay Area Huskers E-News 11/4/11

Hey Bay Area Husker Fans!
Wow!  Now THAT was a great game!  The Huskers appear to have found their stride and confidence, and as a result they jumped back into the Top 10 spot in the BCS poll. 

But if you want to get a little insight into why you saw a team that had changed so dramatically, check out the link to the Ohio State post-game locker room speech by Coach Pelini below…awesome and incredibly inspirational.  This is a truly cohesive group of guys, and you have to attribute it to their tenacity, and the second half gut check which allowed them to do something special and come back after being 3 touchdowns behind, and then win so convincingly against MSU last Saturday!

The Husker Volleyball team stubbed their toe in their rematch with Penn State after beating the Buckeyes last weekend.  It dropped them a notch or two in the polls, but I’m sure this will motivate them for the eventual rubber match in the Big 10 Tourney later this month.

The Husker Soccer team ended the season on a sour note in Minnesota, but they had an OK season.

In addition to selected pieces from the World Herald and the Nebraska State Paper, I’ve added some links to a few items from the Bleacher Report below.  Enjoy the reading and…
GO BIG RED (White and Blue)!

P.S. Don’t forget, Daylight Savings Time ends this weekend, so set your clocks back one hour Saturday night.

Watch Parties…
No need to get up early this Saturday…game time against Northwestern isn’t until 12:30 our time.  The game is being televised on the Big Ten Network and all of our watchsites have those channels.  So come on out to your fav spot, grab a good seat, get some great pub grub for lunch and cheer on the Huskers as they take on the Wildcats!


Record: 7-1, 3-1
Rankings: Coaches-9; AP-9
Last Game:  def. Michigan State, 24-3
Coach: Bo Pelini
Career/NU Record: 37-13/4th year
vs. NU: 0-0

Record: 3-5, 1-4
Rankings: Coaches-NR; AP-NR
Last Game:  def. Indiana, 59-38
Coach: Pat Fitzgerald
Career/NU Record: 37-34/6th year
vs. NU: first meeting

The Matchup
Nebraska remains at Memorial Stadium for the second straight week, as the Huskers take on Northwestern in a Big Ten Legends Division matchup. Kickoff for the first-regular season meeting since 1974 between the schools is set for 12:30 p.m. PDT in Lincoln, with the Big Ten Network providing the television coverage.
The Huskers enter the contest with a three-game win streak following an impressive 24-3 victory over No. 9 Michigan State in Lincoln last Saturday. The Blackshirt defense limited MSU to less than 200 yards of total offense, helping Nebraska improve to 7-1 overall and 3-1 in Big Ten Conference play. The win left Nebraska in a three-way tie atop the Legends Division with Michigan State and Michigan.
The victory also allowed Nebraska to move up four spots in both major polls, and the Huskers now check in at No. 9 in the Associated Press Poll and USA Today Coaches poll. The Huskers check in 10th in the latest BCS rankings.
Northwestern picked up its first Big Ten victory on Saturday with a 59-38 win at Indiana. The loss snapped a five-game slide for the Wildcats and improved them to 3-5 overall in 2011. The Wildcats have led in the second half in each of their five losses. Northwestern boasts an explosive offense, averaging better than 430 yards per game.

The Series
Nebraska owns a 3-1 advantage in the all-time series with Northwestern, including a 2-0 mark in Lincoln. The schools have met just once since 1974, with Nebraska posting a 66-17 victory in the 2000 Alamo Bowl. NU also captured wins in Lincoln in 1902 and 1974, while Northwestern was victorious in Evanston in 1931.

The Coaches
Bo Pelini (Ohio State, ‘90) owns a 37-13 record in his fourth season. Pelini has guided NU to nine or more wins in each of his first three seasons as head coach, joining Bob Devaney, Tom Osborne and Frank Solich in accomplishing that feat. Pelini has guided Nebraska to a conference championship game the past two seasons and to at least a share of the Big 12 divisional crown his first three seasons as head coach.
Northwesterb: Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern, ‘97) owns a 37-34 record in his sixth season as head coach at his alma mater. Fitzgerald has guided the Wildcats to three consecutive bowl appearances in 2008, 2009 and 2010. Before taking over the program, Fitzgerald was a Northwestern assistant from 2001 to 2005. He was a two-time All-America linebacker for the Wildcats in 1995 and 1996.
Lincoln - Rex Burkhead put on an offensive display with three touchdowns and 157 all-purpose yards to power No. 13 Nebraska to a 24-3 pounding of No. 9 Michigan State at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
With the victory, Nebraska improved to 7-1 overall and 3-1 in the Big Ten, while handing the Spartans (6-2, 3-1) their first conference loss of the year. The Huskers pulled even with MSU in the Legends Division standings, while also notching their second win over an Associated Press top-10 team in the past two seasons under Coach Bo Pelini. 
Playing in front of 85,641 fans in the NCAA-record 316th consecutive sellout at Memorial Stadium and an ESPN national television audience, Burkhead dominated the game with 130 yards and two scores on a career-high 35 carries. He added a 27-yard touchdown catch late in the third quarter that put the Huskers up 24-3.
At the time, Burkhead had produced 141 yards from scrimmage on 32 touches, while the Spartans had managed just 109 yards on 40 touches against a hard-hitting Husker defense.
Burkhead's 35 carries came up just two carries shy of Nebraska's single-game record of 37 carries by Cory Ross againsts Michigan State in the 2003 Alamo Bowl - a game Pelini served as NU's interim coach in a 17-3 Husker victory. It was Burkhead's fifth 100-yard rushing effort of the season and ninth of his career.
The junior I-back from Plano, Texas, accounted for more than half of Nebraska's 271 total yards on the day, finishing with 157 all-purpose yards and all three of NU's touchdowns. The Huskers finished with 190 rushing yards on 58 attempts, while Taylor Martinez completed 7-of-13 passes for 80 yards, including a third-quarter scoring strike to Burkhead to seal the win.
Leading 10-3 at the half, Burkhead and the Huskers put the game away in the third quarter with a dominant all-around effort. Nebraska's two third-quarter possessions covered 169 yards on 26 plays and 11:06 of the clock with both resulting in touchdowns. In the quarter, Burkhead carried 14 times for 64 yards, while adding his only catch for 27 yards to finish with 91 yards.
Burkhead and the Huskers jumped to a quick 10-0 first-quarter by taking advantage of a Michigan State mistake while playing strong defense.
After the Spartans picked up two first downs on the ground on the game's opening drive, Husker senior defensive back Lance Thorell stepped in front of MSU receiver B.J. Cunningham and picked off a Kirk Cousins pass at the NU 49 and returned it 26 yards to the Michigan State 25. It was the first career interception for the former walk-on from Loomis, Neb.
The Huskers capitalized seven plays later when Burkhead spun into the end zone from one yard out to give Nebraska a 7-0 lead with 9:01 left in the opening quarter.
The Blackshirts forced three-and-outs on Michigan State's next two possessions, before the offense pushed the Nebraska lead to 10 on Brett Maher's 20-yard field goal with 1:21 left in the quarter. Maher's 14th field goal of the season was set up by Tim Marlowe's career-long 39-yard run on an end-around on second-and-10 from MSU 40.
The Spartans finally put points on the board with 1:38 left in the half on Dan Conroy's 28-yard field goal. Conroy's kick followed Nebraska's lone turnover of the half, when a pass from Martinez was intercepted by Johnny Adams at the MSU 47 and returned 25 yards to the NU 28.
Although Michigan State scored on the drive, Husker defensive backs nearly picked off three Cousins' passes on the possession, starting with a near-miss by Andrew Green on a lateral. Austin Cassidy then had a pass go through his hands near the NU 10 with nothing but open field in front of him, before Daimion Stafford dropped a pass near his knees with plenty of open field in front of him on third down. 
Nebraska concludes a two-time homestand by playing host to Northwestern next Saturday in Lincoln. Kickoff between the Huskers and Wildcats is set for 2:30 p.m. (central) with live national television coverage on the Big Ten Network.
Scoring Summary
Final: #13 Nebraska 24, #9 Michigan State 3
Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011
Memorial Stadium (Lincoln, Neb.)
First Quarter (NEB, 10-0)
NEB - 9:12 - Rex Burkhead 1 run (Brett Maher kick) - 7 plays, 25 yards, 2:49, NEB 7-0
NEB - 1:21  - Maher 20 FG - 6 plays, 38 yards, 2:31, NEB 10-0
Second Quarter (NEB, 10-3)
MSU - 1:38 - Dan Conroy 28 FG - 7 plays, 17 yards, 3:10, NEB 10-3
Third Quarter (NEB, 24-3)NEB - 5:28 - Burkhead 1 run (Maher kick) - 14 plays, 80 yards, 5:28, NEB 17-3
NEB - 0:20 - Burkhead 27 pass from Taylor Martinez (Maher kick) - 12 plays, 89 yards, 5:44, NEB 24-3
Fourth Quarter (NEB, 24-3)No scoring
Final: #13 Nebraska 24, Michigan State 3
Attendance: 85,641
Time of Game: 3:14
Game Start: 11:02 a.m. (central)

Barrett Ruud helped the Tennessee Titans defeat the Indianapolis Colts last Sunday to lead a group of 30 former Huskers on a NFL roster during week eight of the season. Ruud recorded four total tackles, but did most of his damage in pass coverage by recording one interception and two pass break-ups. Ruud has 51 total tackles so far this season.

Rookie Roy Helu caught three passes for a total of 20 yards in Washington's loss to Buffalo in Toronto. Helu has 92 receiving yards on the season to go along with his 131 rushing yards as the Redskins' No. 2 running back. Fellow rookie Eric Hagg got his first taste of NFL action on Sunday seeing time in Cleveland's loss to San Francisco, but did not record any stats. The seventh-round draft pick was injured during training camp.

In the kicking game, Alex Henery was perfect after he connected on two field goals from 23 and 26 yards and all four of his PAT attempts in Philadelphia's triumph over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night. Josh Brown was also flawless in the Rams' victory over the New Orleans Saints, making his only field goal attempt from 38 yards and all four extra-point kicks.

David Named Bednarik Award SemifinalistNebraska senior linebacker Lavonte David was named one of 16 semifinalists for the 2011 Chuck Bednarik Award for the Outstanding Defensive Player of the Year Monday morning.
David leads the Huskers in tackles (77), tackles for loss (7-30) and interceptions (one), while ranking second with a pair of sacks. He has three double-digit tackle efforts this season, including a 13-tackle effort in Nebraska's 24-3 win over then-No. 9 Michigan State.
A semifinalist for the Butkus Award as well, David has 229 career tackles in two seasons at Nebraska and is fourth nationally among all players averaging 10.2 tackles per game during his career.
Burkhead Named Big Ten Player of the WeekNebraska junior I-back Rex Burkhead was named Big Ten Player of the Week following his effort against No. 9 Michigan State on Saturday. Burkhead cracked the 100-yard mark for the fifth time in six games, rushing for 130 yards and two touchdowns on a career-high 35 carries.
Burkhead keyed an offense that totaled 190 yards on the ground against a defense that was eighth nationally in rushing yards and had only allowed one team to top 130 yards on the ground.
His 35 carries were third most in school history, and Burkhead also added a third touchdown, a 27-yard catch from Taylor Martinez in the third quarter. In all, he accounted for 157 yards and three touchdowns in giving Nebraska a win over a top-10 team for the second straight season.
David Named Lott IMPACT Player of the WeekLavonte David racked up another award Monday morning, as he was named Lott IMPACT Player of the Week for the second time this season.
The Miami, Fla., native totaled a team-high 13 stops, as the Huskers held then-No. 9 Michigan State to 187 yards and its lowest point total since 2003. On the season, David leads the Blackshirts with 77 tackles, including 7.5 tackles for loss.

Nebraska's Brett Maher was named one of 20 semifinalists for the 2011 Lou Groza Award announced Friday by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission.
Maher has been impressive in his first season as the Huskers' kicker, going 13-of-16 in field goal attempts, including a pair of 50-yarders. He is one of only two Groza semifinalists who have made at least two field goals of 50+ yards this season. Maher is also 31-of-31 in PATs for the No. 13 Huskers, who are 6-1 on the season and ranked 13th nationally this week.
Maher is fourth nationally in field goals per game (1.86 field goals per game), and 12th nationally in scoring (10.0 points per game) while also averaging 45.5 yards per punt and placing 10 of his 25 kicks inside the opponent's 20-yard line.
The three finalists will be honored at the 20th annual Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Awards Banquet on December 6 in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The presentation will be featured on The Home Depot College Football Awards on Thursday, December 8, 2011.

The Big Ten Conference announced on Monday that ESPN/ABC will exercise one of its six-day selection rights in identifying the Nov. 12, 2011 football games it will broadcast.
Five Nov.12th Big Ten games are being held on ESPN/ABC's 'ready list':
Michigan State at Iowa
Michigan at Illinois
Wisconsin at Minnesota
Ohio State at Purdue
Nebraska at Penn State
Two of the five games will be produced and distributed by ESPN, ESPN2, or possibly ESPNU, at 11 a.m. (CT). One of the five games will be an ABC telecast at 2:30 p.m. (CT). The other two games will be produced and distributed by BTN, with one game scheduled for 11 a.m. (CT) and the other game at 2:30 p.m. (CT).
ESPN/ABC must select its November 12 games no later than 12:30 p.m. (CT) on Monday, Nov. 7.
It is possible ESPN/ABC's decision will be made late Saturday night, soon after the conclusion of all this week's college football games.
Check back with next week for more information.

From Randy York’s N-Sider Blog…read the article and comments too!

This video of Coach Bo Pelini addressing the team was shot in the Husker locker room after the Ohio State game.
I would say it's a Must-See for any Husker fan. Speakers on.......................

By Randy York
Two weekends ago, Nebraska players beat the odds, walked on clouds and made school history. The Huskers banded together, joined hands, knelt down and waited patiently. They knew their head coach would be rising up, keying in and flying high, so in the locker room, they hung on every word that Bo Pelini said when he led a celebration that honored history with joy and jubilation, chants and cheers, love and laughter, and energy and excitement.
The greatest comeback in Nebraska football history was achieved when the Huskers stared down adversity and refused to panic even though they were 21 points behind midway through the third quarter against an Ohio State team that has won or shared six straight Big Ten Conference championships. 
See the link for the rest of the article…

No. 2 Nebraska vs. No. 23 Michigan • Friday, Nov. 4 • NU Coliseum • 7 p.m.
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No. 2 Nebraska vs. Michigan State • Saturday, Nov. 5 • NU Coliseum • 7:30 p.m.
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The No. 2 Nebraska volleyball team returns home this weekend to take on the No. 23 Michigan Wolverines on Friday, Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. and the Michigan State Spartans on Saturday, Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. The Huskers' matches with both Michigan and Michigan State will be available on (subscription). 
The Huskers (18-2, 11-1) went 1-1 over the weekend, topping No. 23 Ohio State 3-1, but falling 3-1 at No. 8 Penn State.
Michigan and Nebraska have met five times and Nebraska leads the all-time series 4-1. The last time the two programs met was on Oct. 1, 2011. The Huskers swept the Wolverines, 3-0 (25-17, 26-24, 25-16).
Michigan State and Nebraska have met 11 times, with Nebraska leading the series 9-0-2. The last time the two programs met was on Sept. 30, 2011. The Huskers beat the Spartans, 3-2 (27-25, 16-25, 21-25, 25-17, 16-14).
Fans can listen to all of the action with John Baylor and Diane Mendenhall on the 25-station Husker Sports Network, including B107.3 FM in Lincoln and Twister 93.3 FM in Omaha. Fans outside the state will also be able to catch the live audio feed for free on
Columbus, Ohio- The No. 1 Nebraska volleyball team (18-1, 11-0) fought off a pesky Ohio State Buckeye squad for a 3-1 (19-25, 25-22, 25-19, 25-17) victory Friday night at St. John's Arena. The Huskers overcame a 0-1 deficit to top the No. 23 Buckeyes.
Morgan Broekhuis led NU on the night with 18 kills on 39 attacks (.359). Gina Mancuso had 14 kills, while Hannah Werth tallied 11. Werth also had a team-high 13 digs for her sixth double-double of the year. Lauren Cook had 47 assists, while leading the Huskers to a .281 hitting percentage. Ohio State hit .262 for the night.
University Park, Pa. - The No. 1 Nebraska volleyball team (18-2, 11-1) fell 3-1 (17-25, 15-25, 25-17, 17-25) to the No. 8 Penn State Nittany Lions at Rec Hall on Saturday night. The Huskers' loss marks their first conference loss of the season.  
Gina Mancuso led Nebraska with 14 kills, while Morgan Broekhuis had 11 kills. Hannah Werth guided NU defensively with 16 digs as Lara Dykstra had 13 of her own. Lauren Cook had 32 assists on the night, but the Huskers only hit .116. Penn State hit .194 and out-dug Nebraska 64-56. PSU boasted 14 team blocks as NU had eight.
Lincoln – Nebraska juniors Morgan Marlborough and Jordan Jackson each earned All-Big Ten honors on Monday afternoon with the release of the conference’s 2011 awards. Voted on by the conference’s head coaches, Marlborough was a first-team pick at forward, while Jackson was a second-team selection at midfielder. Sophomore Stacy Bartels was also honored on Monday as Nebraska’s nominee for the Big Ten Soccer Sportsmanship Award.
A native of Lee's Summit, Mo., Marlborough ranked second in the Big Ten this season in both points (2.56) and goals (2.56) per game, while also ranking in the top ten in assists with 0.33 per game. During conference play, Marlborough scored 11 goals and averaged 2.27 points per game in 11 Big Ten contests. An All-American in 2010, Marlborough notched three hat tricks on the year, including two during the Big Ten season against Northwestern and Purdue.
Jackson was one NU’s premier offensive threats again in 2011 with eight goals and six assists. Her six assists tied for the team high along with Marlborough and senior Molly Thomas. The Overland Park., Kan., native had two multiple goal games on the year and set a career high for assists in a game with three against Northern Arizona in a 8-1 Husker win.
As members of the Big 12 Conference, the Huskers totaled 70 All-Big 12 selections, including 44 first-team honorees.
Bartels was one of 12 student-athletes honored with the Sportsmanship Award. The student-athletes chosen are individuals who have distinguished themselves through sportsmanship and ethical behavior. These student-athletes must also be in good academic standing and have demonstrated good citizenship outside of the sports-competition setting.
Minneapolis, Minn. - The Nebraska soccer team saw its 2011 season come to a close on Friday night with a 6-3 loss to the Minnesota Gophers at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium. Sophomore Stacy Bartels tied a career high with two goals to lead the Huskers, while junior Jordan Jackson also added a goal for NU.
The three goals scored by the Huskers matched a season high for goals allowed by the Gophers, as they also allowed three to Michigan State in a 3-0 loss to the Spartans on Sept. 25. Minnesota freshman Taylor Uhl was too much for NU, as the freshman notched her second hat trick of the season.
With their postseason hopes on the line, the Huskers jumped on the board right away with Bartels' first goal less than 30 seconds into the game. All-American Morgan Marlborough notched her sixth assist of the season when she found Bartels for her sixth goal of the year. Uhl would score her first goal of the game at 11:54 to tie the game.
Minnesota would add to two more goals in the first half to take a 3-1 lead into halftime following goals from Shari Eckstrom and Olivia Bagnall.
Sheridan Reinders found the back of the net at 49:22 for her first goal of the season to push the Gophers' lead to 4-1. The Huskers didn't give up though, as Bartels would come calling again at 53:21. Senior Michaella Fulmer produced her first point of the season when she found Bartels in the box to help setup the sophomore's second goal of the game. Uhl responded though on UM's next possession to again put the Huskers in a three-goal hole.
Again, the Huskers kept fighting and Jackson cut the Gopher lead to two with just under 20 minutes left in regulation at 71:17. Marlborough produced another assist when she connected with Jackson for her eighth goal of the season.
Uhl completed the hat trick with less than two minutes to go in the game when NU goalie Emma Stevens came away from the net to try and assist the Husker offense, but Uhl got to the ball first and was able to put the ball in an empty net.
The Huskers end the 2011 season with a 7-10-1 record overall, as well as a 4-7-0 record in their first season as members of the Big Ten Conference.

Seven Husker softball players were named All-America Scholar Athletes by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association in October, highlighting what was an outstanding academic season for the entire program.
Seniors Julie Brechtel and Heidi Foland, juniors Madison Drake, Ashley Guile, Ashley Hagemann and Nikki Haget and sophomore Megan Southworth were each named to the list. The seven honorees helped Nebraska finish with an overall team grade-point average of 3.151.
The NFCA honors capped a terrific year in the classroom for the 2011 Huskers. Brechtel, Foland, Hagemann and Haget each earned first-team academic all-district honors, while Hagemann (second team) and Haget (third team) each earned Capital One Academic All-America honors. Nebraska's two academic All-America selections ranked second nationally and increased the Huskers' all-time total to a nation-leading 29 selections, seven more than any other school. NU's four first-team all-district selections also tied for the national lead.
On the conference level, six Huskers earned academic All-Big 12 accolades, including five first-team selections. Nebraska players also combined for a total of 23 selections to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in both the fall and spring semesters.
Nebraska was also active in the community during the 2010-11 school year. The Huskers won the Life Skills team competition as the athletic department's most active female team in the community. Brechtel also became Nebraska's first-ever nominee for the Lowe's Senior CLASS award, honoring student-athletes for their excellence in the community, classroom, character and competition.
On the field, Nebraska finished with a 41-14 record, an appearance in an NCAA Regional final and a No. 21 national ranking last spring. The Huskers got off to the best start in school history, rose to as high as No. 11 in the national rankings and produced their first All-American (freshman catcher Taylor Edwards) in six seasons.

Nebraska's top defenders had just left their position meetings when they walked into the locker room to change for the week's first practice. That's when they saw them. Blackshirts. A sigh of relief for some. A moment of validation for others. A source of motivation for the rest. But none could let the feeling linger too long. Yes, a couple of players used their phones to take photos. Others paused for a moment of self-reflection.

Barney Cotton has been around offensive linemen long enough to know that they always think their team can run the football, whether they're being reasonable or not. When his Nebraska linemen came to him at halftime on Saturday, though, the veteran assistant was already thinking the same thing before they said it. "They were asking us to get back to our personality that third quarter," Cotton said. "The linemen, the tight ends ... guys were saying, 'Hey, we just need to keep running at these guys.'"

Carlos Polk hasn't worn the black practice jersey in 11 years. But the former Husker linebacker still gets sappy talking about it. About the "brotherhood" of former Blackshirts. About the battles for starting positions. About NFL teammates who used to ask what it felt like to be part of a Nebraska defense. "That blackshirt," Polk says, "that hits home when you talk to me. It's sacred."

People quickly cornered Army Corps of Engineers officials for face-to-face talks about the Missouri River.

A bill to create an "exclusion zone" is offered on the third and final day to introduce legislation.

The section of roadway between Interstate 29 and the Missouri River, rebuilt after it was flooded out, is scheduled to reopen at 2 p.m.

Hundreds of people packed into the Wahoo High School football stadium to greet the Nebraska National Guard's 623rd Engineer Company, which returned from a year in Afghanistan.

Nebraska wins, Harvest near complete, Pheasants are fewer this year, but
shooting and missing them is still good fun.

We offer a special tribute to native Nebraskan, Ted Sorensen, who died a
year ago on Halloween. 

* A Personal Tribute to Ted Sorensen

   Ted Sorensen was a prolific writer, counselor to presidents and heads
   of state, and a friendly Nebraskan.  Interesting personal tribute.

   "Honey," Ruth exhaled, falling onto or sofa pillows "we just spent
   the evening with Democracy."  So my wife condensed our shared meal
   and evening with  Ted Sorensen  and guests at our Lincoln home in
   early 2006.


* Nebraska Football:  The Top Five Things Nebraska can do to be Big Ten Champions

   We can do it!

   This seems obvious, but it’s easy to overlook. As dismal as parts
   of Nebraska’s season have been, there have been bright spots. Ameer
   Abdullah and Brett Maher have made special teams...


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