Last week, Pepin’s run came to an end when he retired. Pepin’s 42 years is the longest by a head coach in Nebraska athletics history.
Serena Williams was asked what she makes of it when people refer to her as one of history's greatest female athletes.
THURSDAY, Aug. 11, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- American kids who are poor or members of ethnic minority groups are missing out on the youth sports that have long been touted for building strong bodies and strong character, a new study reports.
Oklahoma Sooners assistant football coach Cale Gundy has resigned from the Big 12 school after reading aloud a "shameful and hurtful" word dur…
When producers looked at the history of women in baseball, they realized “A League of Their Own” only scratched the surface.
It was surprising and confusing when John Cook made a mess of the Kayla Caffey saga. But it made a little more sense when the Nebraska volleyball coach started a rant about NIL, writes Tom Shatel.
After 42 years, Nebraska's longest-tenured head coach is retiring. Track and field coach Gary Pepin will step down immediately, before the 2022-2023 season.
The Red Carpet Experience, which started as a week-to-week program last fall, will continue to be a staple of Nebraska gamedays moving forward.
When the facts change, what do you do? Today we begin a new series on changing our minds. When it happens, why it happens, and how we are rewarded -- in business, in investing, and in life.
Nebraska has fewer women athletes than needed to comply with the federal Title IX law. One way that the numbers could work better: a smaller roster for Husker football.
Husker coach John Cook tries to keep NIL talk out of the team's practice facility and doesn't get involved with the inner workings of it — "I have nothing to do with it,” he says.
The 2022 All-Area girls track athlete of the year is Fremont senior Lucy Dillon.
The 2022 All-Area Girls Tennis Athlete of the Year is Fremont's No. 2 doubles pairing of senior Adisyn Mendlik and junior Becca Baker.
Big Ten coaches spoke this week about the big-picture topics in college athletics. Many centered around the student-athlete rights like NIL, the transfer portal and revenue sharing.
John Cook talked to a coach who made 40 Zoom calls. Not at Nebraska. Here's how the Huskers narrow their list, and decide when to offer.
Summer sports camps and pre-season training often have kids running hard in high heat and humidity. The combination can be deadly.
Fall practice is less than one week away, and plenty of starting roles are still up for grabs. Who will win these five key position battles?
More than a dozen Husker football players have taken to social media this month to promote Nebraska's first player-led NIL group, The Big Red Fan Club.
Although each set started close against Peru, the United States team, which has four players with Huskers connected, pulled away each time.
Wheelchair Sports Camp, held at Omaha's Mockingbird Hills Community Center, introduces participants to sports like football, lacrosse, tennis and swimming.
Fifty years ago this spring — and two months before Title IX passed — controversy engulfed a now-defunct Nebraska college for being ahead of its time with women's sports.
The three-letter monster that the NCAA and its fleet of lawyers predicted would be the demise of college athletics has changed amateur sports, not ended it.
With a gold-medal stride and an image gracing Nike marketing campaigns, Sanya Richards-Ross was one of the United States' most successful track and field stars during her decade-plus career — a stature she sustained, every year, by leaving the United States.