Mitchell Brinkman didn’t grow up a Nebraska fan. But living 70 miles from Lincoln and having family members who are, he heard plenty about the Huskers.The Lewis Central graduate had attended a Husker game on a recruiting visit, but it was nothing like he experienced on Saturday.The 6-foot-2, 244-pound tight end played between 30 and 40 snaps in the Huskies’ 21-17 upset win over Nebraska at Memorial Stadium.
You can be sure the football players from Woodbine and Clarinda Academy slept well on Friday night.The Eight-Man teams set an Iowa Eight-Man record for total points in a game with 172 in Woodbine’s 96-76 District 7 victory. The previous record was 165 in a 99-66 Guthrie Center win over Adair-Casey in 2014. The Iowa 11-man record is 159 in Clarinda’s 159-0 win over Sidney in 1931.Woodbine has only 16 players out for the team, and 15 usually contribute in varsity games.
On Monday afternoon, the video was near the top of ESPN.com’s home page, nestled alongside stories about Kevin Durant’s social media behavior, Colin Kaepernick’s outlook and the new hospital wave at Iowa home football games.Thomas Jefferson junior Cameron Baker takes the pitch and powers into the middle of the line, where four Sioux City West defenders have a chance to take him down.Baker takes several solid hits but somehow maintains his balance and bounces outside, to the surprise of some...
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