Entire Nebraska Staff Visited Two More 4-Star Recruits This Week

first_imgNebraska takes on Colorado.LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 08: Head coach Scott Frost of the Nebraska Cornhuskers watches action against the Colorado Buffaloes at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Don’t let Nebraska’s record this season fool you, the future is certainly bright for the Cornhuskers. Although the program isn’t bowl eligible this year, the coaching staff is doing an excellent job in the recruiting department.The entire Huskers staff visited four-star defensive end Ty Robinson and four-star safety Noa Pola-Gates. With 22 commits already in its pocket, Nebraska continues to pursue talent for its defense.Robinson is listed as the No. 16 strong-side defensive end and Pola-Gates is considered the No. 18 defensive back in the class of 2019, according to 247Sports. The two blue chip players are both among the top five recruits in Arizona this year.Adding these two recruits would certainly help an already strong recruiting class, which is among the best in the Big Ten.Husker head coach Scott Frost and most of the staff are expected in the Phoenix area today where they will visit a pair of key targets in four-star defensive end Ty Robinson (Higley High) and defensive back Noa Pola-Gates (Williams Field). https://t.co/kgGA2MBeSx— Husker Extra (@huskerextra) December 13, 2018The final six games of the regular season were encouraging for the Cornhuskers, and this latest recruiting update just generates more optimism for the fans in Lincoln.It’ll be interesting to see if Nebraska can land either four-star recruit before the early signing period closes on Dec. 21.Stay tuned.[Lincoln Journal-Star]last_img read more

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Encana President CEO retires

Natural gas giant Encana Corp. says its President & CEO is retiring after 35 years at the company.Randy Eresman’s departure from the top job is effective immediately, but he’s agreed to stay on the board in an advisory role until the end of February.Eresman says the company is in good shape and it’s the right time for him to hand the leadership over to someone else.Clayton Woitas has been appointed CEO on an interim basis while the board searches for a permanent replacement.Woitas is a director on Encana’s board and chief executive of Range Royalty Management Ltd.Encana spun off its oil assets into Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE) about three years ago, meaning it is almost entirely focused on natural gas.Since then, low gas prices have made it particularly tough on Encana, which has been selling assets and inking joint-venture partnerships in order to shore up its finances. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by News Staff Posted Jan 11, 2013 4:21 pm MDT Encana President & CEO retires read more

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