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By Antone Oseka
For one Nebraska football player,
the resignation of a college football
coach is nothing
Scott Frost has
had his coach
chose Stanford out
of high school, he
wait there to play
under Bill Walsh,
considered to be
one of die greatest minds in die game
of football. Before Frost transferred to
Nebraska, Walsh retired from football
“I kind of look back and kick
myself a littleFrost said. “I’ve had a
chance to experience more than one
coach. There’s no way like Coach
Osborne did it”
Several times this season, Osborne
has defended Frost, saying he’s one of
Nebraska’s best-ever quarterbacks.
Walsh, on the other hand, moved
Frost to defensive back. Frost made
the change back to quarterback when
he transferred to Nebraska.
“It’s not even really close,” Frost
said comparing the two coaches, “This
is a man who’s done everything in col
lege football stepping down.
“I don’t even want to compare the
By Jay Saunders
For senior Anna DeForge, it’s time
to get out the cheese mug, the cheese
head and the Brett ^
The No. 13 NU
ball team continues
its four-game road
trip this weekend
with two games in
state of Wisconsin.
Tonight the Huskers (8-2) play
Wisconsin-Green Bay (5-2) at 7.
NU then travels to Milwaukee fora
7 p.m. game against Wisconsin
Mihvaukee (4-4) Saturday.
This trip keeps a promise made to
DeForge by former NU Coach Angela
Beck when DeForge decided to come
to Nebraska from the tiny town of
“I am honored and excited to play
two games in my home state,” DeForge
said. “It will be exciting to go back
home and play in front of people that
haven’t seen me play.”
All of the 2,000 tickets have been
sold at UWGB’s Phoenix Sports
Center. In Milwaukee, DeForge said, a
lot of people will help make a road
game feel more like the Bob Devaney
“This will be a great atmosphere to
play on the road,” DeForge said. “I
think we will have a home-court
A home court may be just what die
Huskers need. Both ofNU’s losses this
year have come away from the
Devaney Center. This weekend, at the
Insight Women’s Basketball Classic,
the Huskers lost to Arizona by 12
With the Big 12 conference sched
ule right around the comer, sophomore
Charlie Rogers, who scored a career
high 21 points against Arizona, said
the Huskers need to play well for 40
minutes against both the Phoenix and
“We need to get a couple of good
wins in to get confidence going into
the Big 12,” Rogers said. “We need to
turn it up and be ready to play every
DeForge said it is important to play
well this weekend. The All-American
said it is nice to try to get back on die
winning track while going back home.
“It would be nice to get these two
road-wins under our belts,” DeForge
said. “These won’t be teams where we
can play sub-par and get a victory.”
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By Sarah Dose
North Dakota State might be a
Division II school, but that’s not a
reason to overlook them, Nebraska
Wrestling Coach Tim Neumann said.
The No. 5 Husker wrestlers, who
just came off a seventh-place finish at
the Cliff Keen Championships in Las
Vegas, travel to Fargo, NX)., today for a
7:30p.m. dual with NorthDakotaState.
Neumann said the team was tired
after the championships, so prepara
~ tion for this dual was a little different.
“We took (Monday) off and just
drilled,” he said. “But we’re going to
Neumann said this dual, the last
before the semester break, can’t be
% taken lightly.
, “It’s not like it’s a meet we can’t
take seriously,” he said. “We do take
North Dakota State placed three
wrestlers at last weekend’s Cliff Keen
Championships, Neumann said, and
two of their best will wrestle
flirrmtlw RraH PonnAr a nvlclurt
freshman from Ogallala, is replacing
All-American Temoer Terry at 158
-pounds. Terry is ranked No. 1 even
though he has yet to wrestle this season.
All-American 142-pounder Brad
Canoyer is also on the injured list with
a strained medial collateral ligament
in his knee. He is ranked No. 7 but is
being replaced by Ryan Schultz.
, “It should be a good test for
Cooper and Schultz," Neumann said.
Other ranked Husker grapplers
include senior Jeramie Welder, ninth
at 126 pounds, and 177-pounder Brad
Vering, who, at No. 11, is die highest
ranked freshman in Husker history.
Neumann said the team hasn’t
traveled to Fargo, N.D., for six or
seven years, but he still remembers
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