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The Five Heart Podcast is a popular show dedicated to Nebraska Cornhuskers sports, offering insightful analysis and lively discussions on all things related to Husker athletics. One of the recent highlights has been the stellar performance of Adrian Martinez in the United Football League. As the UFL MVP, Martinez has his team poised to play for the…
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Washington is joining the Big Ten Conference. Nebraska doesn’t play Washington kn the 2024 football season, but I’d like us to have the chance to find out about our new conference mates. The Huskies had an amazing season in 2023. They went undefeated, winning the Pac-12 for the last time in it’s existence. They made it to the college football playo…
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This week on the Corn Nation Overreaction Revisits Podcast, Greg and Hoss look back at the Week 4 2023 game between Nebraska and Louisiana Tech. Nebraska secured a solid 28-14 win, driven by their strong run defense and effective pressure on the quarterback. Despite losing two of their top running backs to injuries, Nebraska managed to leverage the…
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Tonight on the Five Heart Podcast we have a lot to cover as we dive into the month of June. We will wrap up Nebraska Baseball tonight as a fan base. Also, even though it’s the off season, Rhule and staff aren’t taking time off. June is when Nebraska Football really makes some moves in recruiting and camps. Speaking of recruiting, we have some new c…
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This week’s Five Heart episode takes place on Greg’s wedding anniversary, so we are not 100% certain if he will be there. Now I’m not a betting man, but I’d bet on Greg being on the show. We’ll get you updated on the recruiting situation. We’ll share what we know (and what we think) about the announced super sports streaming platform Venu Sports, t…
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It’s what you’ve always wanted. Going back to talk about a Nebraska football victory. (Apparently talking more about the Minnesota and Colorado games caused unintended heartache among the populous.) In Week 3, Nebraska hosted the Huskies of Northern Illinois. It would be the first of a state-wide sweep of the Land of Lincoln, as the HuskERS emerged…
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Nebraska baseball got drubbed, badly, in their first game of the Big Ten tournament by Ohio State 15-2. They then went on a tear, winning the whole damned thing, earning Nebraska’s first Big Ten Baseball tournament win in school history. Will Bolt and his B1G Champions are headed to Stillwater for the NCAA Regional Tournament and will face the Flor…
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Look, we get it...we don’t want to relive Nebraska-Colorado 2023 either. But the idea of this series of shows is to review the games with the benefit of being emotionally detached instead of the instant reactions in the moment. This is a clinical approach to the game, breaking down the numbers and missed opportunities. Nebraska did a tremendous job…
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This week on the Five Heart Podcast, Greg and his assistants will bury the hatchet of bad Husker football. But before we get there, prepare yourselves for the first Nebraska home game under the Friday Night Lights as it was announced that the Cornhuskers will host Illinois on Friday, September 20. The sellout streak reaches 400 that night if enough…
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USC guy Tim Prangley joins me tonight and to discuss fun USC things! Mr. Prangely covers USC Athletics for USA Today and here on Youtube is part of the The Voice of College Football gang. Some topics: What was your impression when you first saw the news that USC was joining the Big Ten? What was your reaction from a USC perspective, and then from a…
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Emotionally Detached. Those are the words we want you to remember as we embark on this journey through the 2023 Husker football season. First up...the season opening Thursday night road game at Minnesota. Matt Rhule’s first game roaming the Nebraska sideline. Jeff Sims at quarterback. Late turnovers upended Nebraska’s plans to start the season 1-0,…
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With the Nebraska Spring Game firmly in the rearview, it’s time to look to the future. The future includes: A 6:30pm kickoff with Colorado in Lincoln - how successful has Nebraska been in night games in the last ten years? A 4-star quarterback commits to the Huskers for the 2025 class - the young man from Orange, CA appears to be 5-heart as well Mi…
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The final chapter of the season. We will be talking about Iowa City, the tournament and what we loved about this team. It’s time to talk Big 10 Tournament softball, some weird NCAA tournament selections and the season in general and what we’ll remember about this team.بقلم SB Nation
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It’s the final week of the regular season for Husker baseball. Join Greg an our baseball writer Aaron tonight as we look back at the exciting series win against Indiana (AND NO OTHER GAMES FROM LAST WEEK), and also look ahead to Michigan State for the final series as Nebraska tries to catch Illinois in the race for the conference championship. We w…
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This week on the Five Heart Podcast, we continue our Spring Game 2024 conversation with the one and only Hoss Reuter. Hoss has always brought a unique analytical approach to the Five Heart Podcast. Longtime listeners will recall him in the co-host chair for a number of years dispensing wisdom, sometimes at the expense of former HCSF. Hoss has some …
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My former boss Matt Brown will be joining me tonight for Monday Night Therapy. Matt Brown is the founder of Extra Points, a newsletter that talks about the college part of college sports. He is the most knowledgeable person on the entire planet about EA Sports College Football, the video game, outside of those who work for EA Sports. We will be dis…
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This week on the the show, it’s a mild audible. Our intent was to have the one and only Hoss Reuter on the show to break down the Nebraska Spring Game. But Hoss has been under the weather this week so we are putting a pin in his input until next week. We will have our own review of the Red/White game in which the White Squad won 25-21. The format o…
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This week on the Five Heart Podcast, Greg and Minnie will prepare you for the annual Red White Game this Saturday in Lincoln. What are we looking for from the game? Will the running backs pass protect? How will the wide receivers look in press coverage? Who will stand out on the offensive line and will Danny Dimes be crowned the starting QB before …
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Join us on Corn Nation’s You Tube channel tonight for Husker Heat as we review a disappointing weekend in Ann Arbor, talk a little Iowa doubleheader as that will likely be winding up during the show and look ahead to this weekend where things don’t get any easier. Northwestern currently sits a 1⁄2 game in front of Michigan for 1st place in the Big …
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Mitch Sherman of The Athletic will join me tonight. There is a lot to ask of Mr. Sherman. He’s been places. He’s seen things. Like Nebraska football practice. Dylan Raiola and Danny Kaelin in action, one presumes. I think the number one question I want to ask him is, disregarding the players, what do you think is the biggest difference between last…
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This week on the show, the Panel discusses the wide receiver room. Jaylen Lloyd. Malachi Coleman. Alex Bullock. Isaiah Garcia-Castaneda. Jahmal Banks. While there’s a fair amount of depth behind this quintet, there’s not a lot of experience. So who steps up? Who is ready to go? Nebraska returns over 75% of production from last year. How does that f…
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Producer's Note: I have no idea how this one slipped through the cracks unless I was just too distracted by work. So this is a make-good from a couple weeks ago. My apologies to Andy, Mylie, and all the fans. - GM ---------- This week we’ll dive into the sweep of Wisconsin where Syd Gray arguably did enough to win her 3rd B1G Player of the Week awa…
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Pod #6 is reloaded and ready to rock this weekend! Apologies for last week’s snafu, we are locked and loaded for this episode Husker Heat begins at 8pm every Tuesday night - Join us or listen later by clicking the link below. We’ll cover the weekend rewind and the previews of what’s ahead. We’ll also start diving in weekly to the RPI and strength o…
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Last week, Iowa lost the national title in the women’s basketball game to South Carolina. At that time, I had tweeted out toward the end of the game, “Iowa will not win another national title,” and it started a bit of an argument on Twitter with some Iowa fans who I had trolled, and who started talking about their national titles and how they have …
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This week on the Five Heart Podcast, LIVE and rocking the Chatterfields, the crew discusses the quite possibly the worst thing to happen to Husker football...apathy. We’re a few weeks away from the 2024 Spring Game with a 5-star quarterback, an Elite 11, homegrown quarterback, some exciting returning pieces and some dynamic transfer portal acquisit…
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It’s a full house this week as Greg and Minnie are joined by Andy and Aaron. You know Andy from Husker Heat, the Nebraska softball show. Aaron is a pretty regular Chatterfield who has been a guest on the show before and is also the Corn Nation baseball beat writer. So we obviously have to discuss Tuesday night’s loss to in-state rival Creighton. Th…
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Nebraska made the NCAA tourney for the first time in 10 years, and because of that, I've continued watching more basketball than I can previously recall. It has been one fun tourney on both on the men's side and the women's side. On the women's side, we have Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese going at it. And by the time we do our show tonight, they wil…
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Insert exhaustive sigh here. One win. That’s all we wanted. Nebraska men’s basketball made the tournament for the first time in a decade, but that 8 versus 9 matchup is always a toss-up. And Texas A&M shot the ball better than they had all season while Nebraska, sadly, was well under average. So not to sound like a beleaguered Cubs fan in the depth…
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Tonight we’ll review & preview as always and also chat about Billie hitting #55 and also some of the injuries which have plagued the team. Corn Nation is providing the most comprehensive coverage of Huskers softball. Be sure to check out our recaps, posted ASAP following the game’s completion, and our weekly previews of the weekend’s action.…
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Nebraska basketball season is over. The men had their best season in 23 years, beat a number one opponent for the first time in over 40 years, enjoyed court stormings and a trip to the NCAA tourney, but they still missed out on that elusive first win. The women got their first NCAA tournament win in 10 years. Were these seasons successful? What abo…
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What a time to be alive. Both the Nebraska men’s and women’s basketball teams are in action Friday night in their respective NCAA Basketball Tournaments. And in a wondrous case of coincidences, BOTH teams are playing Texas A&M. You remember them, right? That’s the same school that stole our former athletic director out from under our noses. BUT GUE…
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Corn Nation founder and fearless leader Jon Johnston spends this episode discussing the Texas A&M Aggies with Robert Behrens. Behrens is the managing editor of Good Bull Hunting, SB Nation’s Texas A&M team site. He is a 2005 Texas A&M graduate, a lifelong Aggie fan and is often too rational for his own good. Nebraska faces Texas A&M in the first ro…
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We’ll review a successful home weekend as the Huskers swept Northern Colorado (2), North Dakota and Creighton to raise their record to 16-12. We’ll talk about their hot bats and Caitlyn Olensky’s rise and other things we observed. In addition, we’ll talk about the upcoming game with UNO, which looks to be pretty even as well as the kickoff of Big 1…
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There is so much to talk about this week. Continued fallout and discussion of Trev Alberts leaving for Texas A&M - thrown directly in our face because the NCAA selection committees for both men’s and women’s basketball has chosen to put Nebraska up against the Texas A&M Aggies in both sports in the opening round of the NCAA tourneys. Matt Rhule had…
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I didn’t have Trev Alberts leaving on my 2024 bingo card. So there’s that. Look, I know there are going to be plenty of questions about why and who’s next. But in this episode, we’re going to talk about: Women’s basketball loses in OT to that team over there, settling for B1G Tournament runners-up. Men’s basketball ends regular season with a road w…
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We’re back for our second show tonight following the Huskers return from the Razorback Rumble in Fayetteville and also two games earlier today down in Lincoln. They are in town this weekend as well for the Big Red Spring Classic where they will play Northern Colorado (again), North Dakota and Creighton (ew). We will review last weekend, preview the…
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It was a fairly decent weekend for Nebraska Athletics as the wrestling team finished third in the Big Ten in the Big Ten Wrestling Tournament with Ridge Lovett claiming a Big Ten Championship at 149 pounds. The Nebraska men’s basketball team beat Michigan on the road and it was almost like an afterthought for everybody. They beat Michigan soundly, …
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This week on the Five Heart Podcast, Jon, Minnie, and Greg are joined by Kevin Knight, one-time basketball writer for Corn Nation and lifelong Big Ten Country dweller. A Spartan by birth, Kevin will join us to talk about Nebraska’s incredible season. And since the regular season finale is against the Michigan Wolverines, a team he’s hated since bir…
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On our opening show we’ll discuss the Huskers opening tournaments (and just what those are), including The Big Red Invitational which wasn’t the homecoming anyone wanted. The Razorback Rumble is next and has already hit a hitch. We also hope to bring up a rule/factoid/etc. each week where we’ll dive a little deeper into the differences between fast…
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Keisei Tominaga, Josiah Allick and Boogie Coleman all walked on senior night and C. J. Wilcher was honored. So is this the last we’ll see of Tommy Naga, probably the most exciting charismatic player in Nebraska basketball history? We’ll have to wait and see. The Nebraska baseball team swept the College of Charleston over the weekend and Todd will h…
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This go-around on the Five Heart Podcast, Greg and Minnie discuss the Nebraska men’s basketball game that would have concluded by show time. The Huskers are in Columbus, OH to take on an Ohio State University, which has seen a change of luck since they fired their head coach. After the game against the Buckeyes, the men only have two regular season…
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Nebraska sports had an excellent weekend. Nebraska men’s basketball had a very dominant win over the Minnesota Gophers and it solidified Fred Hoiberg’s position as Big Ten Coach of the Year. Will he get it or not? Who knows, but he deserves it. But up until the game against Minnesota, Ben Johnson from Minnesota was another great candidate. The Foot…
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The Nebraska Men’s basketball team once again successfully defended the home court Saturday when they defeated Penn State. It’s back on the road Wednesday night against the Indiana Hoosiers, with a good opportunity to pick up that elusive Big Ten road win. By the time we do the show, we’ll know just how successful the attempt was. *Update - it was …
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Todd and I wandered through an hour long show and people enjoyed it somehow. I started out the show by letting everybody know I had been paying to no current events in football but instead I have been in studying the Ku Klux Klan because in 1924 when Notre Dame played Nebraska the Ku Klux Klan was involved and tried to disrupt the game and I’d like…
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No Huskers at the NFL Combine. Let’s be honest - it’s not totally unexpected. And it is our hope, nay, our EXPECTATION, that this may be the final year in some time that a Combine will come and go with no Huskers. Because Rhule-Aid tastes great. Yes, I hear myself saying it, and I know how it sounds. The Husker Women’s Basketball team may have hit …
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College baseball season is almost upon us! Nebraska plays college baseball, ergo you need to know about your favorite team. Who are the coaches? Who are the pitchers? Who are the infielders? Who are the outfielders? WHO’S GONNA MAKE THE RUNS! WHO WHO WHO! Oh yeah. Is there gonna be beer at the park this season?…
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Tonight we’ll be talking with Ramzy Nasrallah, a THE Ohio State Buckeye guy who runs (or kind of runs or maybe is involved with the Buckeye site 11warrriors.com. There is a lot going on with the Buckeyes: The Buckeyes have lost THREE STRAIGHT TO MEEECHIGAN As a result, MEECHIGAN has won the last three Big Ten Championships in football Many Buckeye …
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One of the most beloved Huskers of all time announced his retirement as Rex Burkhead let it be known that he was hanging up his cleats. The 33-year-old was a sixth-round draft pick in 2013 and spent his ten year NFL career among the Cincinnati Bengals, New England Patriots, and Houston Texans. While at Nebraska, the Plano, TX native rushed for over…
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