Former Nebraska QB David Humm dies at 65; Tim Miles’ extension to be determined
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Former Nebraska quarterback David Humm is dead at the age of 65. Tom Osborne called Humm an “outstanding player” and “a very good person” in a statement after the news was shared.
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Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos reiterated on Wednesday that basketball coach Tim Miles is his coach, and he will be back for the 2018-19 season. An update on Miles’ extension should come after the Final Four.
How hard was Nebraska’s winter conditioning? From what the players are now saying, it was as difficult as advertised.
A slow period
It may feel like a slow period for Nebraska football and commitments in the 2019 class, but that’s short-lived. Expect the Huskers’ recruiting to pick up very soon.
Top California targets
Speaking of Nebraska’s recruiting, who are the top targets in California? Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca broke down the list.
Remember Nebraska’s 2009 defense? It was a nightmare for opposing teams, and Ndamukong Suh could be bringing that to the Los Angeles Rams.
Want to help two Nebraska volleyball players receive the AAU James. E Sullivan Award? You can, but Thursday is the last day to vote.
Get your votes in for Anni and Kelly before the Thursday night deadline‼️
— Husker Volleyball (@Huskervball) March 28, 2018
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