NebraskaNebraska football has got it’s 11th verbal committ for next year!  This time it is a speedy running back from the state of California.  Roy Helu verbally committed to the Huskers last night after praying and talking about it with his parents.  He loved his visit here and says that he will not be taking anymore visits but we shall see.  Roy turned down offers from Cal, Oregon, and BYU.

He accumulated 1,526 yards and scored 19 touchdowns on 186 carries for an 8.2 yards per carry average last year.  He also averaged over 16 yards on 30 receptions and added another four touchdowns receiving.

Welcome to the Big Red Family Mr. Helu!

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NebraskaDoc Sadler has got his first committment for the 2007-2008 season.  Alex Chapman has verbally committed to the program after visting last weekend.  Alex will be playing in Sheridan Wyoming for a community college this year and then come to Lincoln and have three years to play three.

“I’ve committed to Nebraska,” Chapman said. “It’s a good program, they’ve got new coaches, and it’s in the Big 12. I like the athletics and the academics there. I just couldn’t wait any longer, so I committed.”


Alex’s brother Clint plays for the Texas Longhorns so it will be fun to watch then battle it out on floor.

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NebraskaStarting guard Jamel White injured his clavical bone during a pickup game on Monday the University is reporting.  Right now it doesn’t sound to server and that White should only be out a couple of weeks.  Doc Sadler is really going to need White to be healthy and stay healthy this year if he wants to have any chance in the Big 12.

Nebraska opens up the season Nov 14th against the University of Nebraska Omaha.

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NebraskaThe Husker Home Run Club is inviting the public to have a Breakfast of Champions with the Nebraska baseball program on Saturday, Oct. 7.

Fans that come out to the event can join Home Run Club officers on a behind-the-scenes tour of Haymarket Park, including the Husker locker rooms and medical facilities, radio booth, press box and the Diamond View Lounge.

The event is open to all fans while Husker Home Run Club will have membership information and merchandising order forms available for fans to purchase items for the upcoming holiday season.

The meet-and-greet event is one of the final practices for the Husker baseball team prior to the Red/White World Series from Oct. 11-13. All three series events are open to the public.

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NebraskaMarlon Lucky has been named the Big 12 Conference player of the week for big game on Saturday against Troy.  Lucky had 10 carries for 156 yards and three long touchdown runs. 

The Big 12 offensive award is the fourth such honor for a Husker player in the last two years. Senior quarterback Zac Taylor was tabbed following a record-shattering passing performance last year against Iowa State. In addition to Taylor, junior linebacker Bo Ruud and former punter Sam Koch were named Big 12 Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week, respectively, in 2005.

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NebraskaThe Nebraska vs Iowa State game in Ames on October Oct 7th has been selected to be played at 7pm eastern and showed on ABC regional broadcast.  Have you got your Husker tickets for the Iowa State game?  If not click here and get them!  You can tailgate all day and then attend the game and watch the Huskers dominated the Cyclones!

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Wow what a complete game for the Huskers, the rolled past Troy 56-0 behind almost 600 yards of offense.  The No. 23 Huskers improved to 3-1 on the year with the victory in front of 84,799 fans in the NCAA-record 278th consecutive sellout at Memorial Stadium. Troy slipped to 1-3 on the season.

Marlon Lucky lead the way on the ground with 10 rushes for 156 yards and three touchdowns.  Lucky scored on runs of 34, 45, and 51 yards.  Kenny Wilson had 19 carries for 106 yards and two touchdowns. 

Zac Taylor lead the passing attack going 14 of 17 for 268 yards and one touchdown.

Scoring Summary
1st Quarter (NU - 14-0)

NU - Marlon Lucky 34 run (Jordan Congdon kick), 9:13 (10 plays, 73 yards, 5:47) NU, 7-0
NU - J.B. Phillips 6 pass from Zac Taylor (Congdon kick), 4:30 (5 plays, 72 yards, 2:54) NU, 14-0

2nd Quarter (NU - 28-0)
NU - Lucky 45 run (Congdon kick), 11:34 (2 plays, 81 yards, 0:56) NU, 21-0
NU - Kenny Wilson 5 run (Congdon kick), 3:09 (12 plays, 71 yards, 5:42) NU, 28-0

3rd Quarter (NU - 42-0)
- Lucky 51 run (Congdon kick), 9:31 (5 plays, 75 yards, 2:54) NU, 35-0
NU - Matt Senske 1 pass from Joe Ganz (Congdon kick), 6:21 (3 plays, 4 yards, 1:47) NU, 42-0

4th Quarter (NU - 56-0)
- Brandon Jackson 8 run (Congdon kick), 13:39 (4 plays, 25 yards, 1:06) NU, 49-0
NU - Kenny Wilson 8 run (Congdon kick), 6:45 (11 plays, 67 yards, 5:25) NU, 56-0

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