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May 22, 2013
Roller derby sees its stock rise in Nebraska Lincoln, NE (2012-06-15) Roller derby has gone from theatrical entertainment to a potential Olympic sport, and its popularity in Nebraska has skyrocketed. In today's Signature Story, NET's Ben Bohall takes a look at the future of the sport and how it's evolved.
National soccer fan club has roots in unlikely place Lincoln, NE (2012-05-01) Traditionally, soccer fans around the world are known for their boisterous, at times violent, behavior - just think of European soccer hooligans. But in the U.S., a national soccer fan club started in a modest home in Lincoln, Nebraska reflects its Midwestern roots.
UNL move to Big Ten impacts more than football Lincoln, NE (2011-08-26) When you think about the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's move to the Big Ten Conference, you probably think about the impact on Husker football. The conference switch will impact other UNL students and faculty as well. That's not immediately apparent, though, to some of the students who recently returned to campus for the fall semester.
Skateboarding rolls into Cornhusker State Games LINCOLN, Neb (2011-07-14) It's not uncommon to see a Cornhusker State Games event at a sports bar, a school or in the middle of a lake. But what about inside a mall? In today's Signature Story, NET's Jonathan Ash previews this year's Cornhusker State Games with a focus on one of three new sports - skateboarding.
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