Nebraska Fans Are Raving About The Hype Video Scott Frost Just Dropped

first_img pic.twitter.com/8ur3NPcmxX— HuzkerDan (@HuzkerDan) June 20, 2019BRB, gonna go run through a brick wall— Ben Spiegel (@bspiegel16) June 20, 2019Frost is heading into his second year with the team following a very disappointing 4-8 campaign last season.Though the team started the season 0-6, they recovered by winning four of their last six, including two very close losses to Ohio State and Iowa.Nebraska will have the benefit of an experienced starting quarterback in Adrian Martinez, as well as two of his top three receivers from last year.The fan base is certainly excited for the coming season. We’ll have to wait and see if Frost’s message translates onto the field. Scott Frost wears a Nebraska hat coaching against Michigan State.LINCOLN, NE – NOVEMBER 17: Head coach Scott Frost of the Nebraska Cornhuskers during pregame activities before the game against the Michigan State Spartans at Memorial Stadium on November 17, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Scott Frost’s first year at the helm for Nebraska certainly didn’t go the way he expected. But if the hype video he dropped on Thursday is any indication, any struggles they may have next season won’t be for a lack of preparation.Frost’s video showed the Nebraska team working out on the beach while Frost’s booming voice warns them against cutting corners. The exercises included intense endurance training on the sand and in the water.The reaction from fans and former players to the video was intense, with just about all of the commenters unable to contain their excitement. One of the common themes was that they would be willing to run through a brick wall for Frost. pic.twitter.com/GS9yKzGgWt— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) June 20, 2019last_img read more

Boston Teamsters members indicted on charges they intimidated Top Chef staff during

BOSTON – Five members of a Teamsters local accused of intimidating the staff and crew of “Top Chef” while it was filmed in Boston last year were indicted Wednesday on federal extortion charges.The indictment says members of Teamsters Local 25 demanded that union members be hired as drivers. When the producer for the reality TV show said they had already hired their employees, the Teamsters warned they would follow the crew and picket, prompting the Omni Parker House in Boston to cancel filming there.The Teamsters also are accused of yelling profanities and racial and homophobic slurs at host Padma Lakshmi and the crew while they filmed at Steel & Rye, a restaurant in the Boston suburb of Milton.The men are charged with conspiracy to extort and attempted extortion in order to obtain no-work jobs for fellow Teamsters.U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz said the Teamsters’ actions were “not union organizing, but criminal extortion.”“In the course of this alleged conspiracy, they managed to chase a legitimate business out of the City of Boston and then harassed the cast and crew when they set up shop in Milton,” Ortiz said.The local’s president, Sean O’Brien, didn’t immediately return a call seeking comment. O’Brien previously denied that any Teamsters had harassed crew members, calling the accusations “fiction at best.”A lawyer for Mark Harrington, one of the accused Teamsters, said his client denies the allegations.“His only conduct was to exercise his lawful right to protest a company that was not maintaining area standards of wages and benefits,” said attorney Rob Goldstein.Lawyers for the other men didn’t immediately return calls seeking comment. The men are due to appear in U.S. District Court on Wednesday afternoon.Joseph Bonavolonta, the acting special agent in charge of the FBI’s Boston division, called the Teamsters’ actions “egregious.”“While unions have the right to advocate on behalf of their members, they do not have the right to use violence and intimidation,” Bonavolonta said.The indictment alleges that beginning June 5, 2014, the men conspired to force the production company to pay Local 25 members for unnecessary work by threatening physical and economic harm.On June 10, 2014, several of the men are accused of showing up at Steel & Rye, walking in lockstep toward the doors, then chest-bumping and stomach-bumping crew members to try to forcibly enter the restaurant. The indictment alleges that the men continued to use and threaten physical violence against the crew and others. They also blocked vehicles from entering the set and tried to prevent people from entering, according to the indictment.The indictment doesn’t specify at whom the men yelled profanities and slurs, but a person close to the investigation said Lakshmi was among those targeted. The person was not authorized to release details of the investigation and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity.The indictment said crew members saw the Teamsters standing close to cars belonging to the crew. Nine cars were later found to have had their tires slashed. Boston Teamsters members indicted on charges they intimidated ‘Top Chef’ staff during filming FILE – In a Thursday, May 14, 2015, file photo, television personality Padma Lakshmi attends the NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment 2015 Upfront, in New York. On Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015, five members of a Teamsters local accused of intimidating the staff and crew of “Top Chef” while it was filmed in Boston last year were indicted on federal extortion charges. The Teamsters also are accused of yelling profanities and racial and homophobic slurs at host Padma Lakshmi and the crew while they filmed at Steel & Rye, a restaurant in the Boston suburb of Milton. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File) by Denise Lavoie, The Associated Press Posted Sep 30, 2015 9:58 am MDT Last Updated Sep 30, 2015 at 12:44 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more