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(AUDIO) Jensen talks Northeast Nebraska Football in 2019 | KTIC Radio

(AUDIO) Jensen talks Northeast Nebraska Football in 2019

(AUDIO) Jensen talks Northeast Nebraska Football in 2019

KTIC’s Jeff Axtell had a chance to sit down and talk Northeast Nebraska Football with Bob Jensen of the Huskerland Prep Report. BRLD is looking for a spectacular campaign after going 8-3 and making the State Quarterfinals last season. Jensen has the Wolverines ranked #1 in C-2, and says BRLD is loaded.

The Wolverines open up the season on August 30th at Hartington Cedar Catholic.

Oakland-Craig is coming off an 11-1 season in which the Knights made the State Semifinals. Oakland-Craig was hit hard by graduation, but returns Wyatt Seagren, who has committed to South Dakota State.

The Knights battle Crofton in the season opener on the road on August 30th.

West Point-Beemer is coming off back-to-back playoff appearances. Jensen feels the Cadets will be a borderline playoff team this year.

The Cadets kickoff the 2019 campaign at Arlington on August 30th in action that can be heard on 107.9 the Bull.

GACC lost star running back Jared Minnick to graduation, but Jensen says the Bluejays still have plenty of horses on the team.

GACC went 9-2 last year and reached the State Quarterfinals. The Bluejays host East Butler on August 30th in the season opener.

Howells-Dodge went 7-3 last season, losing to GACC in the 2nd round of the playoffs. Jensen says the Jaguars return a lot of talent.

The Jaguars host Clarkson/Leigh in the Bacon Bowl on August 30th.

Pender has a new Head Coach in former Husker offensive lineman Cody Volk. Jensen says the Pendragons should win their fair share of games this season.

The Pendragons have made the playoffs 4 years in a row. Pender opens up the season at Winnebago on August 30th.

Tekamah-Herman is coming off a 2-7 campaign in which they were improved and competitive, knocking off Yutan towards the end of the season. Jensen looks for the Tigers to turn some heads this year.

Tekamah-Herman takes on Ponca on the road in the season opener on August 30th.

North Bend Central went 6-4 last year and reached the playoffs. Jensen thinks the Tigers could have a similar season this year.

North Bend Central opens up the season at Johnson County Central on August 30th.

Jensen adds Emerson-Hubbard is a very underrated Football team.

Jensen’s Huskerland Football Prep Magazine is in its 30th year and is available by calling 1-800-323-3929.

Click here to listen to Interview with Jensen 

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