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    Re: Barfknecht Column on Hoiberg

    entertaining article.

    but please tell me that "Barfknecht" is a pen name.


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    Re: Barfknecht Column on Hoiberg

    Interesting how they adopted hm as a Lincoln native....

    The Huskers did something right with his dad Eric. Outstanding professor.



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    Re: Barfknecht Column on Hoiberg

    Nice article.

    From the title, I was afraid it was going to go in a very different direction.



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    Re: Barfknecht Column on Hoiberg

    I did not know that Hoiberg was offered to Football at UNL. WOW.

    Also, Freddie was a Husker Football Fan?

    That's ok, because in the 1st grade, I was a Hawkeye BB fan when they went to the Final Four.



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    Re: Barfknecht Column on Hoiberg

    He was nicknamed the Mayor his freshman year, not his senior year when people put his name on the ballets.



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    Re: Barfknecht Column on Hoiberg

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    entertaining article.

    but please tell me that "Barfknecht" is a pen name.
    We have good friends named Barfknecht. It's real, it's very real.


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