Clemson head strength coach Joey Batson has studied Husker Power extensively. He’s watched videotapes and read books. After all, Batson in 1997 succeeded Gary Wade, who had worked at Nebraska under Boyd Epley. Batson knows full well the importance of training facilities, and it's time Nebraska moves back toward the head of the pack in that area.
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Arizona consensus All-American running back Ka’Deem Carey is back in Tucson this weekend to make an appearance at the opening of his mother Tisha’s “Mama Carey’s Kitchen” at North Park Avenue and East Sixth Street. Carey took advantage of a bye in the schedule of the Calgary Stampeders to be at the event; he signed autographs Saturday. After breaking into Calgary’s starting lineup last month, gaining 204 yards, Carey suffered a leg injury on July 25 and has missed the Stampeders’ last three games.
In less than 10 minutes on Friday morning, Nebraska coach Scott Frost brought clarity to the Husker offensive line picture, perhaps camp's most talked-about group, as the program finishes preseason camp and shifts into game mode.
Scott Frost's program is largely defined by its up-tempo spread offense. But he seems intent on balancing out the conversation with the help of alternate uniforms. "Down the road, I'd like to see it be introduced that if the defense has a great game and holds an opponent under so many points that they earn the right to wear Blackshirts the next week. I think that would be another source of pride for our defense."
U.S. Rep. Darren Soto, D-Orlando, is among 14 House Democrats and one Republican named in an ethics complaint filed Thursday with the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) alleging they proposed a “quid pro quo arrangement” with a Las Vegas casino executive.
Four years ago, while at a workshop on childhood trauma in Arizona, Jill Riley suffered a mental collapse.