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Mega Millions prizes keep skyrocketing as ‘people want to see bigger jackpots’

Mega Millions prizes keep skyrocketing as ‘people want to see bigger jackpots’

ABC News(NEW YORK) — The record $1 billion Mega Millions jackpot is the latest prize to balloon to astronomical figures — and officials say they’re giving people with dreams of winning exactly what they want.“People wanted to see bigger jackpots,” Carole Gentry, a spokeswoman for the Mega Million Group and managing director of communications at…

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Arizona Cardinals fire offensive coordinator Mike McCoy

Arizona Cardinals fire offensive coordinator Mike McCoy

artisteer/iStock/Thinkstock(PHOENIX) — After their offense sputtered through the first seven weeks of the season, the Arizona Cardinals have decided to make a change.The Cardinals fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Friday, one day after a 45-10 loss to the Denver Broncos dropped Arizona to 1-6. Nearing the halfway point of the season, Arizona has not…

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Frost Talks Culture and Injuries

Frost Talks Culture and Injuries

From the Hawks Championship Center Thursday afternoon, head coach Scott Frost spoke to the media. Frost continued his trend of praising his team’s practice work ethic, claiming that the Huskers practiced “better this week than last week again.” Frost believes there’s room for improvement, but ever since the Husker’s played the Boilermakers, things have changed…

Walters: Husker Stock is Down, Which is Why it’s The Perfect Time to Buy

Walters: Husker Stock is Down, Which is Why it’s The Perfect Time to Buy

Nebraska offensive coordinator Troy Walters had money on his mind Wednesday afternoon – at least in a manner of speaking. After the Huskers got done practicing at the Hawks Championship Center, Walters spoke to the media. The 0-6 record could be a blemish to potential recruits but it could also be a blessing to the…

Nebraska Women’s Gymnastics Coach Dan Kendig Retires

Nebraska Women’s Gymnastics Coach Dan Kendig Retires

Longtime Nebraska women’s gymnastics coach Dan Kendig has retired, effective immediately according to a Nebraska Athletic Department press release. Kendig spent 25 years with the program, guiding them to 14 conference title wins and 12 Super Six Finals appearances. “My greatest memories will be the opportunity to work with so many talented and high-achieving young…

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