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The Omaha World-Herald
Nebraska overcame the cold, snow and wind Saturday to defeat Michigan State, 9-6, in a low-scoring affair that became a battle of kickers.
Stay tuned after the final whistle for the Huskers postgame press conference.
Nebraska began what should be a busy month of recruiting Saturday with a loaded group of visitors taking in the Michigan State game.
There was a ceremony before Saturdays Husker game honoring the lives of Sam Foltz and Mike Sadler, the two punters who died in a car accident in July 2016.
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4th-ranked Millard West rolled to a 69-7 win over Omaha Bryan on Thursday night at Buell Stadium. The Wildcats raised their record to 4-2 on the season.
Omaha Creighton Prep downed Papio South 30-7. Prep quarterback AJ Hubner threw four touchdown passes to lead the Junior Jays. Prep raised its record to 4-2.
Top-ranked Omaha North defeated Lincoln East 48-19 on Thursday night at Seacrest Field in Lincoln. The Vikings raised their record to 6-0.
Head Coach Mike Riley spoke with the media after practice on the teams preparation for Saturdays game versus Illinois. Riley announced that senior wide receiver Alonzo Moore and sophomore offensive lineman Tanner Farmer will not be playing in this weekends game. Riley said he still has no worries for how the offensive line will operate, despite missing both guards who began fall camp as the projected starters.
No. 1 Midland University volleyball improved to 16-0 on Wednesday night with a straight-set victory over College of Saint Mary. Priscilla ODowd paced the offense with 15 kills.
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