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After the governor’s Directed Health Measure (DHM) Monday, all that was left for the Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) to do was make it official. The NSAA said in a statement Thursday that all remaining “activity practices and competitions, including district and state competitions, have been cancelled for this school year.” On Wednesday, Governor Pete…read more »
Point guard Cam Mack has officially moved on from Nebraska men’s basketball. The news is somewhat expected: Mack declared for the NBA Draft in March, and added that he would be keeping his eligibility throughout, something that kept the door open for a return to Lincoln. But today’s news of Mack entering the transfer portal dashed…read more »
The second member of the 2020 Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame, and first student-athlete, has been announced. A native of Hooper, Nebraska, Jordan Larson played on some of the greatest Husker volleyball teams in program history from 2005 to 2008. During her time, Nebraska went 127-8, winning four Big 12 Conference Titles, going to three…read more »
The first of six new members of the Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame has been announced. Terry Pettit is the only coach in the 2020 class and the fourth coach to be enshrined in the Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame. He coached Husker volleyball for 23 seasons from 1977 to 1999, racking up an .820…read more »
Nebraska spring sport student-athletes will have the option of a extra year of eligibility, that according to a decision by the Division 1 Council Monday. The Council voted to “allow schools to provide spring-sport student-athletes an additional season of competition and an extension of their period of eligibility.” Members also adjusted financial aid rules, allowing…read more »
The three-year series against Kansas State men’s basketball is now official. Nebraska Athletics made the announcement Sunday. The teams will begin with a neutral site matchup December 19, 2020, at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. The other two games will be played December 18, 2021, in Lincoln and December 17, 2022, in Manhattan. “We…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.