Recruits taking official visits to Nebraska this weekend; status uncertain for basketball center
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It’s shaping up to be a big recruiting weekend for Nebraska football, with eight recruits expected to be in Lincoln for official visits. Curious who will be in town? Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca broke down the full list and more in the latest Nebraska recruiting notebook.
There are still plenty of prospects on Nebraska’s radar before National Signing Day.
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Nebraska basketball starting center Jordy Tshimanga did not make the trip to Penn State for the team’s matchup with the Nittany Lions. From the sounds of it, his future with Nebraska is uncertain.
HuskerOnline.com’s Robin Washut was the first to break the news on Thursday, and he shared a video worth checking out.
Watch the faces at the 2:50 mark when a question gets asked about Tshimanga… https://t.co/t66hiN6wgw
— Robin Washut (@RobinWashut) January 11, 2018
Johnny “The Jet” Rodgers wants Nebraska to get back to where it was, and he is hopeful the Huskers will get there with coach Scott Frost at the helm.
Third or fourth round
That’s where an NFL draft analyst said he sees offensive tackle Nick Gates being drafted. From the sounds of it, Gates has a lot of potential.
What it means
What does the transfer of UCF quarterback Noah Vedral mean for Nebraska? It means something for now, and also in the future.
A needed laugh
Need a laugh? Nebraska basketball has continued its “Tastes Like Home” series, and the latest edition is hilarious.
.@JELLO_4's reaction at the end.
— Nebraska Basketball (@HuskerHoops) January 11, 2018
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