Husker Hand Turkeys: a Tradition Unlike Any Other

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With Thanksgiving fast approaching, many offices around the United States are getting into the festivities with a variety of activities for their employees to demonstrate how thankful they are.  The Nebraska Athletic department is no exception.  Utilizing our top-secret sources from within the Nebraska Football offices, we were able to obtain an exclusive look at one such activity, in which the Nebraska Coaches (and Shawn Eichorst) did a very grown up thing and gave thanks in a time-honored, sacred tradition that stretches back to the pilgrims, Plymouth Rock, and The Mayflower.  Yes, I’m talking about Hand Turkeys.


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Chris Hatch is the content manager and senior writer for NoCoastBias.com.Contributor since: May 2012Present location: The 402Twitter: @burnpoetrySports Coverage: Anything but NASCARFavorite Sports Moment: Alex Henery's 57-yard Field goal against Colorado in 2008Chris Hatch’s sports “claims to fame” include:Winning a pleather-banded watch for taking first place in the 4xMile Relay at the Kansas Relays, walking past Ndamukong Suh outside a sandwich shop, and I once checked Joe Ganz's Dad into a hotel that I worked at.

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