A new Nebraska offensive line candidate emerged over the weekend as Scott Frost looks to fill three more positions.
A native of New Orleans, Mickey Joseph spent five seasons on Ed Orgeron's staff at LSU, and left an indelible impression as recruiter and coach.
Watching football on conference championship Saturday? If so, you could see the Huskers' next offensive coordinator in action.
In two-and-a-half hours, Fremont children will learn a dance routine to perform this weekend at a Midland University clinic.
Mickey Joseph, a Husker quarterback in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s who's spent the last five years on LSU's staff, is finalizing a deal to become Nebraska's new wide receivers coach.
He started at quarterback and ran the option for Tom Osborne and enjoyed his best year in 1990. Now, he's touted for his recruiting chops.
No matter where Kayla Banwarth is in the world, the sport she loves seems to always pull her back to Nebraska.
December has arrived and along with it a bit of tea-leaf reading as it pertains to Nebraska football’s coaching staff and Scott Frost’s pursuit of four new coaches to fill it out.
Aurora native Austin Allen becomes Nebraska's first all-conference tight end since Matt Herian in 2003.
Nebraska's improved 2021 defense was shut out of first-team all-Big Ten honors but well-represented overall.
Nebraska coaches will spend a significant portion of the time between now and Dec. 15's early signing period on the road recruiting and hosting players on visits back in Lincoln.
Mickey Joseph has spent the past five seasons as an assistant at LSU, where he's coached and recruited some of the country's best receivers.
Bill Busch joined Nebraska's staff in February as a defensive analyst. Could he become the Huskers' next special-teams coach? Don't rule it out.
A certain local columnist is extremely interested in whether Scott Frost can right the Big Red ship, which indicates a belief it still can happen.
The Aurora native is a surefire NFL Draft pick. The only question, essentially, was where NFL personnel thought he fit into the draft picture.
NU women's basketball coach Amy Williams said it was fun to work with the volleyball program in recruiting Maggie Mendelson. Here's how it worked.
Nebraska coaches in both sports made several trips to visit Mendelson in Utah, and NU's openness to the two-sport idea paid off.
Nebraska has moved the ball well against Wisconsin in the past, but as Scott Frost puts it, "It's not like you can recreate a blueprint."
Recapping NU head coach Scott Frost's Thursday hourlong appearance on "Sports Nightly," with Adrian Martinez's decision for 2022 still up in the air.
Make no mistake, chemistry is strong among Nebraska's defensive staff members. "That means everything," Erik Chinander says.
There's opportunity in the job market, but also a whole lot of competition. Scott Frost says he's encouraged by the feedback he's getting so far.
Kade Reiman is being remembered as a gregarious second-grade teacher, protective big brother and someone who lived fully.
In the latest episode of the Sip 'n Sam Showdown, Steve Sipple and Sam McKewon debate whether resignation has set in after Nebraska's season opening loss to Illinois, discuss the importance of the sellout streak and name an assistant coach who has been underperforming. Plus, the guys identify what to watch for as the Huskers take on the Fordham Rams. Support the show: https://huskerextra.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett talk through the timeline and potential complications for finding an offensive coordinator.
It’s been a season of growth for the young pair who can be staples in the middle of the NU operation in 2022 and perhaps beyond.