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(Photo – Kenny Larabee) Reality had to hit at some point. After stringing together an improbable mini run in the Big 10 Tournament to qualify for postseason play using just seven players, the Huskers crashed out of the NIT and saw their season come to a close in a loss to TCU in the second…read more »
(Photo – Kenny Larabee) It took two years, but the Huskers now have their first conference sweep since 2017 after their 6-2 win over the Spartans on Sunday (NU’s last Big 10 sweep was against Rutgers in May two seasons ago). Nebraska has also now won five games in a row and seven of their…read more »
(Photo – Kenny Larabee) Tim Miles probably won’t have a job by the end of the NIT. Also, Nebraska is down to just seven available players. What else is new, though? Facing the prospect of their season ending in Chicago during the Big 10 Tournament, the Huskers kept on winning. Now, they’re in the second…read more »
(Photo – Kenny Larabee) Conference play came up quick on the Huskers, but they started it off on the right foot, with a win over Michigan State at Haymarket Park in game one of their doubleheader. Senior starter Matt Waldron had an excellent day, putting in a 102 pitch complete game. He sat down all…read more »
Don’t think about it just yet. The seemingly inevitable dismissal of Tim Miles can’t rain on the Husker’s parade after their energizing first round win over Butler in the NIT. That’s right, the NIT. One could’ve been mistaken if they were amongst the Husker faithful at Pinnacle Bank Arena Wednesday night. The environment felt like…read more »
(Photo – Kenny Larabee) The Husker bats were hot again in their Wednesday win over Air Force at Haymarket Park. Unlike Tuesday’s game, the Huskers handily defeated the Falcons 12 to 3. Nebraska combined to score 17 runs in their brief, two game midweek series. Things began to unravel right away for Air Force. Falcon’s…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.