Legendary Nebraska head football coach and former U.S. Congressman Tom Osborne was the featured speaker at the Law Hunter Honorary Dinner that happened on October 2nd at the Fremont Golf Club as a part of the White Light City Film Festival. The event began at 7 p.m. and costed $50 per person or $650 for a table of eight, and also showed the Nebraska vs Illinois football game that night. In addition to that there were also a bunch of films showed that day. Osborne’s speech was a motivating and uplifting one so many people were happy to hear from collegiate legend.
The Hastings, Nebraska native was a football star during his high school years and ended up attending the University of Nebraska as a student and player. He was the first male Nebraska athlete to win high school and college football awards by the Omaha World Herald and ended up getting drafted to the NFL and played for both the Washington Redskins and the San Francisco 49ers before deciding to switch gears towards coaching. By 1964, Osborne had gotten involved as a part of the Nebraska football program’s staff and stayed with them there until 2013 doing both coaching and administrative jobs.
Osborne was the main speaker for the White Light City Film Festival’s Law Hunter Honorary Dinner earlier this month and was found to be invigorating as well as motivating to all of those that got to hear him talk.
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