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Street named for Marlin Briscoe, Omaha native and Super Bowl champion

On Wednesday, more than 100 people, including some of Briscoe's South High teammates from the early 1960s, watched as he unveiled signs on a street newly named for him.

Kelly: A courageous drive to life’s end zone for record-setting former UNO quarterback

On a magical night in college against a top-ranked defense, Randy Naran completed a UNO-record 17 consecutive pass...

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Maverick men see plenty to play for in final Division I transition season

Four returning starters. A skilled group of newcomers. A CollegeInsider.com Tournament bid. UNO has a lot to build...

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Maverick women enter season with depth, experience

Brittany Lange no longer has the numbers stacked against her. In her first season as UNO’s women’s basketball coac...

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Shatel: A lot to love 
in Royals, 
including 
love of fans

So baseball is a dying sport? Tell it to the good folks of Kansas City, who have never been more alive. The Royals’ amazing run this past week h...

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