LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMPER 6: People play ball before the game between the McNeese State Cowboys and the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Memorial Stadium on September 6, 2014 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)Nebraska fans are pretty jacked up for the start of the Scott Frost era in Lincoln, Neb. tonight. Memorial Stadium is packed for the Huskers’ season-opener against Akron.Unfortunately for Nebraska fans, though, we’ve got a weather delay. The beginning of the Scott Frost era in Lincoln is going to have to wait.Nebraska just announced that the game is in a weather delay due to storms. Lightning has been spotted in the area and anytime lightning is spotted, the game is delayed for at least 30 minutes.The Huskers say the status of the game will be updated in 30 minutes.Here’s the full announcement:“We are currently in a weather delay. We will resume 30 minutes from the last lightning strike,” Nebraska announced.We are currently in a weather delay. We will resume 30 minutes from the last lightning strike. #GBR ⛈☹️ pic.twitter.com/3G0EOnkKp1— Nebraska Huskers (@Huskers) September 2, 2018Nebraska and Akron are playing on FOX. The Huskers are starting a true freshman behind center in Adrian Martinez. He’s the first true freshman in program history to start at quarterback for Nebraska in a Week 1 game.Frost has been pumped about Martinez since he signed him nine months ago.“I’m excited about him. He has a lot of potential,” Frost said on BTN. “When I was evaluating quarterbacks a year ago around the country, he was my favorite one. His ability to run and throw and his maturity as a kid are going to serve him really well, and for the offense that we run, I didn’t think there was a better fit in the country. Once we took the Nebraska job, we got a hold of him right away and we’re thrilled to have him on campus.”Stay tuned for more weather updates for Nebraska and Akron. An update is expected to be provided in 30 minutes.
In a press statement issued today, the Council “condemns the heinous and cowardly terrorist attack […], which resulted in more than 20 Bangladeshi nationals and foreigners, including development workers, killed and many injured.”The 15-member body reaffirmed that “terrorism in all its forms and manifestations constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security,” underscoring the need for all States to combat such threats by all means.The Council underlined the need to bring perpetrators, organizers, financiers and sponsors of these reprehensible acts of terrorism to justice, urging all States to cooperate actively with all relevant authorities in this regard.The Council also reiterated that terrorism in all its forms and manifestations is “criminal and unjustifiable, regardless of its motivation and wherever, whenever and by whomsoever committed,” and “should not be associated with any religion, nationality, civilization, or ethnic group.”The Council expressed their deep sympathy and condolences to the families of the victims, to the people and Government of Bangladesh, as well as peoples and Governments of foreign victims, wishing speedy and full recovery to those who were injured.Also today, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned the terrorist attack and stressed the need to intensify regional and international efforts to prevent and combat terrorism, according to his spokesperson.