Darin Erstad Still Scrappy … In Nebraska

January 29, 2012


Darin Erstad is in Nebraska ... and still scrappy (

For those of you who don’t keep up with Nebraska baseball or Darin Erstad as much as you’d like, well … I have some news for you.

Erstad is the coach of the Nebraska baseball team:

Darin Erstad said there is a philosophy behind the 45 minutes of running at the start of Nebraska baseball practices.

“You do the most important things first,” the new Husker baseball coach said Friday. “I can’t think of a better way to set the tone, get the ticker going, than running and diving in the dirt.”

Still scrappy. Ryan Theriot will be middle infield coach within three seasons.

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5 Comments on “Darin Erstad Still Scrappy … In Nebraska”

  1. Dusty12 Says:

    Bought time you had some baseball. I’ve got no one to root for though thanks to Title IX and an UW AD. Can anyone lend me their team for baseball season? I’m a free agent fan.


  2. Dusty12 Says:

    I think the Gophers are traditionally the best Big Ten team, perhaps due the benefit of the Dome….which i presume they still play at.


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