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Creighton Baseball
Friday, May 8 at 6:30 PM (CT) on NET2

Creighton welcomes Nevada to TD Ameritrade Park. Live from Omaha!

Nebraska Baseball
Saturday, May 9 at 2 PM (CT) on NET1

Nebraska welcomes the Boilermakers from Purdue to Haymarket Park. Live from Lincoln!
 

Creighton Baseball
Friday, May 15 at 6:30 PM (CT) on NET1

A Big East showdown in Omaha as Creighton hosts Villanova. Live from TD Ameritrade Park!

Nebraska Shrine Bowl
Nebraska Shrine Bowl Classic
Saturday, June 6 at 2 PM (CT) on NET1

The 57th annual Shrine Bowl classic, live from Foster Field in Kearney, NE!

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A fascinating look at the long history of the University of Nebraska's "walk-on" program, which allows native Nebraskans to play for the Cornhuskers football team without a scholarship.

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