Community
Blogs

10.26.2009 / This Week is an Off Week, But Then it is Time to Tame the Tigers. Posting by Greg Sharpe, Voice of the Huskers

What a night Saturday was for Nebraska Football. The weather was beautiful and the game...well 55-0 was just what the Huskers needed after heartbreak from the week before.

"Conference play starts next Thursday with Missouri in a critical Big 12 North battle."

I hope the fans enjoyed the celebration that took place Saturday. Video tributes from former players and coaches and even Barry Switzer, the former Oklahoma coach, offered up their praise of the Nebraska fan base.

As far as the game goes the Huskers flexed their muscles and shut out an opponent for the first time in three years. It was also the first time since 2003 (when Bo was the Huskers defensive coordinator) that Nebraska has held four straight opponents to under 20 points. 

Because of the lopsided score the coaches were able to play most of the players. Did you catch the fantastic run by Rex Burkhead? All in all a wonderful night for Cornhusker fans, players and coaches. But now, in some ways, the season begins. Conference play starts next Thursday with Missouri in a critical Big 12 North battle. More on that game as we get closer to October the 8th. 
 
GO BIG RED!

Posted at 02:00 PM | Permalink

Comments

As for the tigers I hope NU can tame them. It's going to be a good game especially since it's in Mizzou and on a Thursday night. Blaine Gabbert looked really good against Nevada last week and his pass completion rate was not bad either. I just hope the Huskers can pull out a WIN! I think the key is going to be Nebraska needs to score touchtowns in the Red Zone. Does anyone agree with me ???
Posted by Husker Gal at 09:02 AM, Sep 29, 2009
Nice job beating up on lowly LL! Times are changing and the Big 12 is no longer the dominant conference it was over the past couple of years - which can only help NU's BCS chances. There seems to be more parity than ever in college football (once you get past the big boys in the SEC). Michigan Iowa in 2 weeks is the game to watch!
Posted by GoBlue at 09:12 AM, Sep 30, 2009
I agree with you Husker Gal. I think Nebraska needs to show that they can actually score more than a field goal in the red zone against a ranked team. It's going to be a great game I just hope the Huskers can pull off a win.
Posted by Huskerfanatic at 02:28 PM, Sep 30, 2009
I was at the VT game. I am ready to see us whip on someone bad. I hope we can tame the Tigers also.
Posted by Kevin at 07:51 AM, Oct 01, 2009
If the huskers beat missouriwe wiil win the north!
Posted by jimmydick at 02:00 PM, Jan 05, 2009
Post A Comment
 

The views expressed on this site may not reflect the views held by First National Bank of Omaha or any of its affiliates. The information provided through this website is not a substitute for any personal advice from a licensed professional. Use of any information or advice shall be solely at the user's own risk.

We welcome your comments. All comment submissions will be reviewed prior to being posted. If the comments are posted, they may be removed at any time. Comments will not be approved if they contain, include or involve any of the following: Obscenity; Crude, vulgar or offensive language and/or symbols; Gang signs or symbols; Derogatory characterizations of any ethnic, racial, sexual or religious groups, personal attacks of any kind towards others; Trespass or the violation of other people's rights or property; Illegal (e.g., discriminatory, harassing) or inappropriate activity, behavior or conduct (e.g., inflicting emotional distress); Any other content that is or could be considered inappropriate, unsuitable or offensive, or clearly "off-topic" as determined by First National Bank of Omaha. To protect your own privacy and the privacy of others, please do not include personally identifiable information such as Social Security Number, phone number or email address in the body of your comment.

For account related questions, please log in to First National Online at www.firstnational.com and use the secure email located in Contact Us.