The lawyer representing a group of 11 families of Nebraska football players says he has received no communication from the Big Ten about the request for more transparency about the postponement of fall sports. Attorney Mike Flood put out a statement Monday saying the request has not garnered a response from Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren. The group is seeking documents and data that the Big Ten’s Council of Presidents and Chancellors used in deciding to postpone the league’s football season. In a demand letter sent last Thursday, Flood said the group would have “no choice” but to file a lawsuit in Nebraska’s U.S. District Court if the league did not answer.
Omaha Westside defensive back Koby Bretz has announced his commitment to Nebraska just three days after receiving an offer. The 6-foot-2, 195-pound safety also had offers from Kansas State, Wyoming, Ohio, Buffalo, Miami (Ohio) and Northern Illinois. Listed as a 3-star prospect by 247, Bretz is listed as the sixth best athlete in the state of Nebraska and the 152nd best safety in the nation. He’s third in-state recruit and 15th overall for the Huskers 2021 recruiting class.
KCHS Girls Golf 2nd Place @ Doniphan/Trumbull Invite
KHS Girls Golf def. Holdrege @ Meadowlark Hills
KCHS Softball 10, Centennial 3
Hastings St. Cecilia 11, Kearney Catholic 6
KHS Softball vs Lincoln Northeast @ Patriot Park – 5:00
KCHS Softball vs. Centura/Central Valley @ Patriot Park – 5:00