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Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett discuss the importance of junior college running back Dedrick Mills, who was officially admitted to Nebraska on Tuesday, and run down several other stories including Isaiah Roby's looming NBA decision, the latest from athletic director Bill Moos and the outset of NU's baseball postseason.
The Pipeline Episode 16: Ross catches up with Nebraska basketball class of 2020 commit Donovan Williams. Williams goes to Lincoln North Star in Lincoln, Nebraska and recently tore his ACL. He had surgery and is currently rehabbing his knee. In the interview, Williams talks about the trials of a knee injury during high school and how it has impacted his life. He discusses the injury, Husker basketball recruiting and his relationship with Fred Hoiberg since his injury.
Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett recap Fred Hoiberg's full-on Nebrasketball roster overhaul, which recently wrapped up, and give the latest on Nebraska football, Dedrick Mills, JD Spielman and more. Plus a look at a wild weekend in NU baseball and the fast-approaching postseason.
Kevin Cross, a 6-foot-8, 240-pound forward from Arkansas, announced Monday night on social media he was signing with the Husker men’s basketball team.
Michael Lynn is done with high school and now he's just waiting.
Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett discuss Dedrick Mills and Maurice Washington, two more transfers out for the men's basketball team amidst a full-on roster reconstruction and an interesting finishing kick in the regular season for the baseball team.
The Pipeline Episode 15: Welcome to a new podcast from Husker Extra. The Journal Star's Ross Miller and Colton Stone will catch up with Husker recruits and prospects, and provide offerings. This week, Ross goes solo and interviews Husker football recruit Nash Hutmacher.
Former Garden City (Kansas) Community College head coach Jeff Sims updates star running back Dedrick Mills' academic status as critical juncture in process nears.