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Nebraska Women’s Basketball(4-0) is undefeated through four games for the first time since the 2015-16 season. It was ugly early, but a strong second half paved the way for a 64-49 win over Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville(1-3). Both teams found success early, keeping the game tight at 10-9 with Nebraska on top. Then a trio of…read more »
Nebraska(4-6, 2-5 Big Ten) took on one of the best defenses in the country Saturday, but costly mistakes leave the offensive output hallow. Nebraska was forced to punt on the first possession, but got good field position for the second after junior linebacker JoJo Domann punched a ball from Wisconsin(8-2, 5-2 Big Ten) running back…read more »
Finally, Husker fans. Finally. It has been a rough couple months for two of the main men’s sports. Basketball started 0-2, while football hasn’t had a no doubter win since Northern Illinois back in September. But it was smooth sailing Friday night for Nebrasketball in the first official win of the Hoiberg Era as Nebraska(1-2)…read more »
Nebraska Men’s Basketball showed flashes of heroics Saturday afternoon but any hope at grabbing the program’s first win in 2019 was drowned by miscues. The Huskers (0-2) blew a 14-point second-half lead to Southern Utah (2-0) and lost in double overtime at The Pinnacle Bank Arena 79-78. Southern Utah’s Cameron Oluyitan hit a baseline jump…read more »
Nebraska got up early and never looked back. Utilizing 57-percent shooting in the first quarter, the Huskers raced out to a 20-9 lead after one and 35-14 at the half. The shooting cooled off in the third quarter where the Bulldogs actually outscored the Huskers 17-14, but the deficit and a strong fourth quarter earned…read more »
A fast start had things looking up for the new Hoiberg Huskers. Nebraska began 6-7 from the field, including 1-1 from deep, to carry a 14-7 lead into the under-16 media timeout at the 14:54 mark of the first half. But it was all UC-Riverside from there with not much going for the home team.…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.