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Senior wrestler Baer lands
academic All-American honors
t-rom stan Heports
Nebraska senior wrestler Steve
Baer has been named a first-team
National Wrestling Coaches Asso
ciation Academic All-American.
Baer, who has a 3.09 grade-point
average in advertising, earned All
men can nonors last montn alter
finishing fifth in the 126-pound
weight class at the NCAA Champi
Three other Huskers were hon
ored: sophomore Ryan Tobin (sec
ond team), j unior Celso DeAnda (hon
orable mention) and freshman
Michael Roller (honorable mention).
^ornnuskers receive official
recognition for year’s work
rrom otarr nepons
Jaron Boone, a junior guard on the
Nebraska men’s basketball team, has
been named the winner of the Jack
Moore Award, given to the team’s
most outstanding player.
Other Comhuskers also were hon
ored Tuesday night at the annual
Erick Strickland was named the
Huskers’ outstanding defensive
player; Chester Surles,most outstand
ing newcomer, Mikki Moore, most
improved player; Terrance Badgett,
Hondo Award for unselfish play; and
Melvin Brooks, captain award.
Three Nebraska players were pre
sented with spirit awards: Lee
Steinbrook, Zac Clause and Chris
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Benning said he knew what to
expect from last year’s offensive line,
which was considered by many as
Nebraska’s best ever.
“You know how a guy is going to
come out and pull or something,” he
said. “A lot of guys have their own
style. We were accustomed to deal
ing with those guys last year.
“They’d hold their blocks for a
while and lay on people a while. We
had time to make reads.”
Benning returns after rushing for
367 yards and scoring five touch
downs in 1994.
“We just have to make sure we do
our job in holding onto the ball,”
Benning said, “and hitting the holes
when they’re there. That’s what it’s
all about — us taking care of our
For that to happen, the I-backs —
Phillips, James Sims and Brian
Knuckles — need to start practicing
again, Benning said.
“You just want to get out there and
be a person to make a difference.
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