Latest Team Rankings
Free Text Alerts
|ShopMobileRadio RSSRivals.com Yahoo! Sports|
|College Teams||High Schools|
January 15, 2010With a roster full of new faces, what better time to bring back Huskeronline.com's weekly feature Postin' Up, where we get to know players on the Nebraska basketball team off of the court. This week we start with junior point guard Lance Jeter. A native of Beaver Falls, Pa., Jeter has a taste for the finer things in life, particularly regarding fashion. He also talks about getting his high school jersey retired this year as well as the chances of playing two sports.
HI: I've been told you're somewhat of a shoe aficionado. How many pairs do you actually own at the moment?
HI: How does a guy start liking shoes that much?
HI: I see. So I'm assuming when you guys went out to L.A. to play USC earlier this year you took advantage of some of the shopping out there. What was the first thing you did when you guys got off the plane?
HI: One last fashion-related question. Tell me about the importance of having the right baseball hat to match your shoes.
HI: A few months ago you had your No. 34 jersey retired back at Beaver Falls High School. You joined some pretty elite company there, right?
HI: They put on a pretty nice ceremony for you, I assmume?
HI: Considering you and Broadway Joe are the only two athletes to have your jersey retired, you must have been a pretty big deal out there by the time you graduated?
HI: Some people might not know you originally signed with Cincinnati to play football as a wide receiver. Do you ever miss football?
HI: Do you still keep in touch with any of those guys at Cincy?
HI: Ever thought about walking on here at Nebraska?
HI: You've seriously thought about it?