Picou's plans put on hold, comments on cousin

You don't want any of your recruits to have academic issues. Nebraska has already lost Brodrick Hunter and Wallace Franklin due to academics; to lose a third would be catastrophic. Especially someone like Rodney Picou, a participant in the U.S. Army All-American game last year and a lineman that could provide instant depth to basically every position along the line.
July 5, 2005

All American West: Offensive Line

Members of the East and West teams who will play in Saturday's U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio spend most of their time together. Except for practices, the high school senior all-stars mingle in the same hotel and eat meals together. And that means that players on one side have an opportunity to see the competition up close. Members of the West offensive line have gotten an eyeful.
January 12, 2005

US ARMY VIDEO - Rodney Picou

From one all-star game to another, Rodney Picou goes from the Califlorida Bowl west and back east a bit, now attending his last all-star game of the year, but he's certainly waiting for the best. Now that he's made it down, though, it's time to get busy, but not so much so that he leaves this experience without appreciating it for what it is. This week, he faces the best. Enjoy this edition of Sound Bytes.
January 9, 2005

US Army - Day One - Recruits/Commits arrive

For Husker fans, they can say what no other school this year can say: They have more commits playing in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl than anyone else this year. With those kinds of bragging rights, there's going to be plenty of Husker fans watching, near and far. It's just part of what is going to make this a week to remember for all the future Huskers down in San Antonio for the game.
January 9, 2005

Califlorida, Harrison Beck and the US Army game

You go into an all-star game, I don't care who you are, you know it's not going to be easy. You might even be a little nervous, not that you would admit it to anyone. Well, Rodney Picou isn't biting either, but now that he looks back on his experience at the "CaliFlorida Bowl", he's pretty excited about the future. Especially the near future as he gets ready for his second all-star game, the U.S. Army All-American Bowl down in San Antonio, Texas.
January 5, 2005

Picou still solid for NU?

Rodney Picou has been a Nebraska commitment since early August, but there has been a lot of talk about what would happen if a USC offer came into play. Recently, Rodney took his official visit to the University of Nebraska, so what did he think of his time spent in Lincoln? Does USC stand a chance if they do, in fact, come calling?
December 2, 2004

Rodney Picou: Get me to Lincoln

With little to no communication with one of the few Husker offensive line commits, people started to wonder just what was up with Rodney Picou. Was he still going to Nebraska? Was he interested in someone new now? JUst what was going on? Scout.com recruiting analyst, Andrew Friedman finally caught up with the elusive Picou and got the record up to date as to just what was up in his recruiting.
November 19, 2004