The road goes ever on. Or, so they say. How that road goes varies for each individual. For some, it's easy. For others, it can be arduous indeed. And, for some, it may seem like someone up there just doesn't like you very much. Jordan Adams has had his own road, a unique one, but as you can imagine, it's one that he's trying to put in his rearview mirror if he can.
November 18, 2004
Nebraska hit full pads today for the first time this Fall. With that came an obvious increase in the hitting, players knocking heads as it were during the times the action was "live". It's perhaps the second stage now as the Huskers progress to the beginning of the season. It will be, however, without the use of one player that was slated to vie possibly for a starting job.
August 13, 2004
Jordan Adams, an incoming quarterback on the Nebraska football team, is recovering from mononucleosis. While he has had complications associated with the illness, he is recovering and is expected to report to fall camp in August. Adams is a 6-3, 200-pound sophomore-to-be from Santee, Calif., who played last season at Grossmont College and has three years of eligibility remaining.
July 26, 2004
In his one start for Grossmont College, Jordan Adams made the most out of it. Setting a school record with 531 yards passing. It's a start that helped to bring all eyes on him, the recruiting heating up, thus his final pledge to NU. See that game, front to back, all of Adams' offensive snaps as he sailed into Grossmont history.
April 27, 2004
Want to. Need to. Have to. There's a lot of mental attitudes that go into competing at the highest level of collegiate football, all with one universal direction......up. As in up the depth-chart to find your place leading the team at your position. If that's not what you want, you aren't serious about sports because even in mind-set that is focused on the team, every player wants to be number one. Jordan Adams has a shot at just that. It's a shot he's ready to take.
February 23, 2004