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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Nebraska will open the 2017 football season against Arkansas State in Lincoln.
The Nebraska athletic department announced Monday that the Red Wolves would visit Memorial Stadium on Sept. 2. The game will be the third between the schools. Nebraska won 38-9 in 2009 and 42-13 in 2012.
The addition of Arkansas State completes Nebraska's 2017 schedule. The Cornhuskers' non-conference schedule also includes a game at Oregon and a matchup with Northern Illinois in Lincoln.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Nebraska will be able to play its baseball series against Purdue at Haymarket Park in Lincoln after all.
The athletic department announced Friday that the three-game series would start Saturday at 12:05 p.m. That's two hours earlier than originally scheduled. The game was moved up because of a forecast calling for rain.
Officials said Thursday it would be doubtful the series could be played at Haymarket because of an 8-inch rain that left the field under water. Coach Darin Erstad and his staff looked for an alternate site for Saturday.
PITTSBURGH (AP) â€” Nebraska guard Tarin Smith is transferring to Duquesne.
Coach Jim Ferry announced Wednesday that Smith has signed a financial aid agreement and will be with the team this fall. Smith must sit out the 2015-16 season per NCAA transfer rules. He will have three seasons of eligibility with the Dukes.
Smith averaged 4.5 points and 1.6 rebounds in 2014-15 for the Cornhuskers and was one of only four players to see action in each of Nebraska's 31 games.
IRVING, Texas (AP) â€” Randy Gregory is confident the Dallas Cowboys won't have to worry about off-the-field issues that caused the former Nebraska defensive end with first-round talent to slide to the end of the second round.
"Because I know where my mindset is at," Gregory said after the Cowboys made him the 60th overall pick Friday night. "I know I made a mistake. I know there is only so much I can say â€” talk is cheap sometimes. I really want to show these guys what I can do and I am really serious about what I say."
Broken Bow Indians split with Holdrege. Boys take the win - Broken Bow 51, Holdrege 47; and the Lady Indians get topped by the Lady Dusters - Holdrege 59, Broken Bow 47.
Adams Central 74, Arcadia-Loup City 39
Ainsworth 84, Minden 38
Alma 63, Franklin 30
Amherst 65, Overton 51
Ansley-Litchfield 45, Palmer 43
Arlington 68, Raymond Central 49
Aurora 72, Fairbury 19
Axtell 45, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 42
Banner County 53, Hay Springs 50, OT
Bayard 64, Potter-Dix 47
Beatrice 66, Seward 48
Bellevue West 78, Omaha Burke 57
Bennington 70, Elkhorn South 68
December 1st, 2014
Pro Football Weekend Recap
Thursday Night Football 11/20/14
Oakland (1-10) 24 vs
Kansas City (7-4) 20
Thursday Night Football 11/13
Miami (6-4) 22 vs
Buffalo (5-5) 9
Miami QB Ryan Tannehill threw 2 second half touchdowns to rally a comeback victory over Buffalo. Buffalo was moving the ball up and down the field early, but could not seem to find the end zone to cap drivers. They clung to a 9-3 lead as they kept Miami in check. Tannehill was able to rally his teamâ€™s offense to score 19 unanswered points to seal the game and second place in the AFC East.
Houston (5-5) 23 @
Cleveland (6-4) 7
The Associated Press
Adams Central 22, Hastings 15
Alliance 39, Gering 21
Amherst 41, Twin Loup 19
Anselmo-Merna 50, Overton 38
Ansley-Litchfield 14, South Loup 6
Aquinas 63, Tekamah-Herman 7
Arapahoe 26, Franklin 18
Archbishop Bergan 58, Omaha Brownell-Talbot 2
Arlington 48, Douglas County West 7
Arthur County 48, Banner County 38
Ashland-Greenwood 66, Omaha Concordia 14
Auburn 63, Conestoga 0
Bancroft-Rosalie 50, Emerson-Hubbard 6
Battle Creek 53, West Holt 13
Bennington 49, Elkhorn Mount Michael 21
Bertrand 52, Alma 0
Twin Loup vs. South Loup is always a heavyweight fight where both teams can win the game by grinding it out.
This year, there was a slight twist as Twin Loup used a bit of trickery to help get the 25-15 victory.
In the final minutes of the first quarter, Twin Loup quarterback Jack Gibbens pitched the ball out to Dexter Griebel, who the launched a 41-yard pass to Brayden Davis, who took it in for the touchdown.
The score extended the Wolves lead to 18-7 to end the first quarter.