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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Straight from the Cornfield, Episode 22

In this episode, I commiserate Nebraska’s loss to Iowa, ponder the futures of Tommy Armstrong and Mike Riley, and mull who we need to root for for Nebraska to be bowl eligible. Plus, how many yards does it take to overcome a 3-turnover deficit?

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Straight from the Cornfield, Episode 21

In this episode, I talk Huskers and Hawkeyes, Nebraska’s bowl prospects, how the LSU coaching situation relates to Mike Riley, Bo Pelini, and Nebraska, and Nebrasketball at Villanova.

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Straight from the Cornfield, Episode 20

In this episode, I discuss Nebraska’s win over Rutgers, whether the Huskers’ end of year success could prevent positive change, and talk Gary Pinkel’s exit from Missouri and what it could mean for Nebraska recruiting.

Straight from the Cornfield, Episode 19

In this episode, I preview¬†the upcoming¬†Nebraska men’s basketball season, weighing what expectations should be for this team and what should be expected from the Huskers’ newcomers. Spoiler: this looks like Shavon Shields’ team.

Straight from the Cornfield, Episode 18

In this episode, I talk Nebraska’s huge upset win over Michigan State, what it means for Mike Riley, and preview the upcoming road game at Rutgers. I also mourn the end of a summer romance (AKA Jordan Stevenson quitting the team) and break down Harvey Pearlman’s recent interview on Gaskins and Stephens.

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Straight from the Cornfield, Episode 17

In this episode, I break down Shawn Eichorst’s statement on the state of the program and weigh the possible attrition that could be hitting the Nebraska program after the 2015 season.

Thin Red, er, Black Line

Thin Red, er, Black Line

goingoutandcomingin

"The Lord will keep your going out and your coming in from this time forth and forevermore." Psalm 121:8

Sun-Ton Farms

Dairy Farming through the eyes of a former "city" girl.

GMO Free Girl

Changing The Way You Eat One Bite At A Time

StarboCho

Dragon Slaying: from the Lutheran Perspective

The First Premise

Looking at all things through suffering and the Cross

Final Mystery

"The final mystery is oneself" - Oscar Wilde

Biking with Coleman

Traversing North America by Bicycle

Christian in America

The blog of Matthew Tuininga

Cassie Moore

Adventures in the Mundane

For the Love of Food

...because a girl's gotta eat

An Illustrated Parsonage Life

A new pastor's wife writes about church, home, children, and life's general absurdities and mishaps.

Musings of a Country Parson

Just another small town preacher

Oratio + Meditatio + Tentatio

A theologian's pressure cooker.

Brent Kuhlman's Blog

A great WordPress.com site

Peruse and Muse

The musings of a student teacher

Gamekeeping

Ensuring young baby boomers thrive in today's workforce

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