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Connie & Gary Gilbert on March 9, 2017 at 11:46 AM said:

Hi Folks, We want to challenge our alum group members to join us at the Big 10 Picnic this year - April 1st. We have been the only Huskers since Nebraska joined the Big 10. It's a great day - come on out with us!
Dan Winfield on September 3, 2011 at 4:17 PM said:

Thanks so much for making an out of towner so welcome to your watch party. We had a great time and were happy to be there for their first victory in 2011.

Go Big Red...... Husker Power!!!
Kelly Ems-Wood on November 24, 2009 at 8:34 AM said:

I can not WAIT to come and watch the Big 12 Championship game with you guys on Dec. 5th!! I will be flying in from Omaha (live in Lincoln) that evening and heading directly from FLL to the watch site! VERY excited to have found fellow Huskers to watch the game with the night before my cruise. I was afraid my husband and I would be alone in our hotel room watching it alone. Can not wait to meet you all and have some of your Elk Creek!

Kent Pavelka on September 6, 2009 at 5:20 PM said:

Hi again everybody...

I can't tell you how tickled I was to hear from Michael Scott, telling me all about The South Florida Huskers Alumni Chapter and the big event there on 9/5. I also can't tell you how great it was to be working at Memorial Stadium again on the NU-Florida Atlantic pay-per-view telecast. I have missed being part of the radio broadcasts so much! Still do. But, the TV sideline assignment was great fun. And, I'm looking forward to my fourth season back calling Husker Hoops this winter on the radio.

The highlight of my broadcast career occured in Miami when the Huskers beat Miami back in January, 1995 to win the National Championship. Calling that game was, simply, the best! So, I now think of Miami even more fondly, knowing your group is together. Such a special bond we share.

Thanks for the heads-up, Michael. I'll check in here often.

Kent Pavelka
Michael & Sandy Scott on September 6, 2009 at 1:19 PM said:

Mike & Rob,(sounds like a couple of DJs)

The wife and I really had a blast last night!! Just when we were starting to feel disconnected from our friends and family back in Nebraska, you guys came along.
We've been on the phone all day, telling everyone about the South Florida Huskers.
And BTW, was that a great game or what??!! Below is part of the letter I sent to Kent Pavelka.

Thanks again,
Michael Scott

"As I sat with 100-plus South Florida Husker fans I screamed out when I saw your face on camera. (everyone thought it was cool that Kent Pavelka emailed me) Anyway, man you looked great!! Couldn't hear you at all....what a fantastic game!!

You can't believe how large and organized this relatively new chapter is. And keep in mind I was a member of the Dallas chapter.
I'm sending you a link them out. I am in one of those can't miss me. (I even got a couple of "hey, didn't you use to work with Carol Schrader" shouts)

If you ever come down for a Bowl game remember these people, they'll make you their god.!!"
Rob Rocarek on August 13, 2009 at 9:09 PM said:

I cannot wait for the season to start. This year I really believe will be the turning point in bringing Nebraska football back on the national map.'s to a fun and an emotional filled season. GO BIG RED!
Jason Smith on March 12, 2009 at 9:09 PM said:

I had a great first year being part of the SFH. I met some great people and had a blast hanging with them at the Gator Bowl in J-Ville. Look forward to the beginning of the 2009 season and seeing the Huskers take on the home town Hooters of FAU!

See you soon,

Jason Smith
Jerry Lippincott ('82 - Geology) on July 6, 2007 at 6:55 AM said:

Well, I guess the way to kick this off is to just jump in the deep end! I look forward to meeting more new friends with shared experiences and different interests here in the land of the swamp crawling infidels. Although appreciated, the "Big Red" team is not our only reason for gathering. We possess a marvelous advantage in life by way of our heritage - let us get the word out to others seeking a quality education and exposure to the core values of Democracy and Americanism. Remember, Henry Fonda and Larry the Cable Guy were both Nebraskans! We fit no stereotype!

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