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Brayden Miller, a quarterback from Kearney High School, committed to Nebraska Tuesday morning. Miller is now the 20th walk-on of the 2019 class. In his senior season, the 6-foot-1 prospect threw for 1,371 yards in nine games. He also threw 15 touchdown passes and 12 interceptions. Miller plays basketball for the Bearcats as well, averaging…read more »
(Photo by Kenny Larabee) Shield your eyes, Husker fans. This one was ugly. The Huskers could not finish off the Scarlet Knights in Piscataway, falling to Rutgers 76 to 69. The body language said it all. Lots of slumped shoulders and eyes cast down at the floor from Nebraska’s players, who’ve just lost a gimme…read more »
Garrett Hustedt, a linebacker from Mount Michael in Elkhorn, has committed to the Huskers as a walk-on. He is the 18th member of the 2019 walk-on class. The 6-foot-2, 220 pound prospect made 102 tackles and nine sacks in his senior season, according to his Hudl profile. He chose Nebraska over a number of Divison…read more »
Rams placekicker Greg Zuerlein used his leg. For Patriots running back Rex Burkhead, it was his legs. Los Angeles defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh used his arms, spiraling New Orleans’s Drew Brees into the turf on Sunday. Also, Zac Taylor guided his protégée, Jared Goff, to his first Super Bowl. Three former Huskers and one Lincoln…read more »
It might not technically be a must win game for head coach Tim Miles and his Huskers, but it’s the next closest thing. The Rutgers Scarlet Knights have just one win in the conference, however, it did come against a then ranked Ohio State squad earlier this month. For Miles, that’s just Big 10 basketball…read more »
Placekicker Cole Frahm announced via Twitter that he would be transferring to South Dakota State on Sunday. The sophomore spent 2018 as backup to Barret Pickering. Frahm joined Nebraska in 2017, where he took a redshirt year. He did not appear in any games this past season. The Omaha Burke product made 26 of his…read more »
Tim Curran was raised in Omaha, Nebraska before moving to Lincoln while obtaining his BA in Journalism at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. While he was a student at UNL, Tim was a producer at the Husker Sports Network, from the age of 18 up until he graduated in May of 2018.
A few months later, Tim landed the position of sports director at KLIN, a position he’s held since August of 2018. Tim does the sportscasts for LNK Today with Jack & Friends and Drive Time Lincoln. He also covers the Huskers daily. Whether it’s football, volleyball, basketball, or baseball; Tim strides to provide timely and relevant sports coverage to the Lincoln area.
In his free time, Tim enjoys going to the movies, reading, and jogging.
Tommy Rezac came on board as KLIN Sports Director since July 2017. Tommy is a recent graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, earning his degree in broadcast journalism on May 6, 2017.
Tommy covers the Huskers and local sports on KLIN. You can hear his on daily sportscasts, practice reports, press conferences on KLIN. Tommy also writes numerous articles and features for KLIN.com. You can follow him on Twitter @Tommy_KLIN.