As he entered his first year as Nebraska's main offensive line coach, John Garrison had a unit full of seasoned, committed upperclassmen. Four returning starters, all seniors. A fourth-year junior at another guard spot. A fifth-year senior at quarterback. A Big Red page with everyone on it.
Daily oil production in North Dakota is nearing the 1 million-barrels-per-day benchmark, and monthly production records don't last long. And while it's a long way from here to Williston, N.D., Nebraska businesses from Omaha to Sidney are feeling a ripple effect.
Our ninth cookie recipe comes from Darlene Menard of Omaha. She submitted sesame-almond squares. “These rich crispy squares are a must for my cookies trays that I give to friends and neighbors every year,” she said.
On Tuesday it was announced that Bruno Mars is coming to Omaha this summer. If you think Bruno Mars will be appearing at the UNO planetarium I'd suggest brushing up on your current pop music knowledge.
According to a study, the fans of losing NFL teams are more likely to get fat. I can picture that next pregame pep talk. “Don't win for me. Don't win for the assistant coaches. Do it for our fans, so they don't put on 80 pounds.”
There is a new potential world’s shortest man, a 73-year-old in Nepal who stands 16 inches tall. The 73-year-old, 16-inch man was last seen celebrating his new five-year contract to play for the Utah Jazz.
Per CNN: The odds of any one ticket winning this week’s Mega Millions $550 million drawing are equal to being killed in a vending machine accident. If that doesn’t put it into perspective I don’t know what does.