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KGFW Sports – Conference Only For Big Ten, Erickson Named HC, Shrine Game and Legion Baseball

The Big Ten is moving to a conference-only schedule for all fall sports, including football and volleyball. The Big Ten is the first Power-5 conference to drastically change its season due to the coronavirus outbreak. For the Nebraska football team, this means the cancellation of non-conference home games against Central Michigan, South Dakota State, and…read more »

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KGFW Sports – Big Ten Schedules May Change, Virus Impact on NCAA and Legion Baseball Update

Former BTN reporter Tom Dienhart says a 10-game, conference-only schedule is looking more and more likely in the Big Ten. According Dienhart, a Power-5 coach told him league officials are meeting today to discuss that option. If the Big Ten decides to move from a 12- to a 10-game schedule, each school would eliminate their…read more »

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KGFW Sports – Huskers Add DB, Shrine Game and Legion Baseball Update

Lardarius Webb Jr., a cornerback from Mississippi, announced his commitment to the Huskers Tuesday. The 5-foot-10 170 pound prospect is the son of former NFL player, Lardarius Webb who spent nine years in the pros. Webb Jr. registered 51 total tackles — including 30 solo — in addition to three interceptions as a junior. He…read more »

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KGFW Sports – Huskers Go Mobile, Shrine Bowl Update, No Loper Banquet and Legion Baseball

Say good-bye to paper tickets and parking passes on football Saturdays at Memorial Stadium. Nebraska is switching to an all-mobile system. Printed season and single-game tickets — and parking vouchers — purchased through the Nebraska ticket office will not be mailed out this year. Fans will also not be able to utilize a print at…read more »

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KGFW Sports – Huskers Add WR, Shrine Game Sat, Squiers Honored and More

Four-star wideout Latrell Neville verbally committed to the Huskers Saturday. The 6-foot-4, 190-pound wide receiver from Texas had over 40 offers to his name and picked the Huskers over the likes of Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Arizona State, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Georgia, Michigan, Penn State, Virginia Tech and others. Neville becomes the 11th known verbal…read more »

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