Football rivalries are provincial by nature, but those kinds of community roots are universal. In Allison, Iowa, the Chinander boys engender pride.
Parker Gabriel takes a closer look at the Huskers and Hawkeyes ahead of Saturday's game.
Avante Dickerson and Keagan Johnson have seen the comments after committing to Husker rivals. But the in-state duo is staying the course.
Iowa used a 48-yard field goal from Keith Duncan to lift the Hawkeyes to a 27-24 victory Friday over the Huskers at Memorial Stadium.
Ask yourself this: If Adrian Martinez was still a can't-miss, no-doubt superstar in the eyes of his coaches, would Scott Frost be giving packages of plays to two other QBs?
You know there’s trouble brewing on the defensive side of things when "Chinander" starts trending on Twitter on a Friday afternoon.
Nebraska had to dig itself out of first-half deficits of 11 and 14 points against Iowa on Friday at Memorial Stadium. The Huskers also were digging out of several second- and third-and-longs, too.
Nebraska football writer Parker Gabriel offers his extra points from the Husker football team's 27-24 season-ending loss to Iowa on Friday.
Iowa kicker Keith Duncan watched his kick sail through the uprights. Then he turned to Nebraska's bench, wagged his index finger and "may or may not have" (in his words) blown a few kisses coach Scott Frost's way as Iowa celebrated a second straight last-second win over Nebraska on a field goal.
Iowa kicker Keith Duncan wasn’t bothered when Nebraska coach Scott Frost called a pair of timeouts just as Duncan was about to attempt the game-winning field goal Friday at Memorial Stadium.
As you can imagine, the Internet had plenty to say about Nebraska-Iowa.
Nebraska broke out a three-quarterback system Friday, and it provided equal parts excitement and confusion for those watching and those on the field.
Tony Daniels knows his sons, Darrion and Damion Daniels, appreciated just how special this season was for the brothers, playing on the Nebraska football team at the same time.
Unlike your Thanksgiving Day meal, Nebraska's recruiting visitors list was light for the Iowa game.
Nebraska freshman wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson is in uniform ahead of the Huskers' Black Friday game and season finale against Iowa.
Nebraska’s season opener Aug. 31 against South Alabama will kick off at 11 a.m., with television coverage provided by ESPN. A week later, Nebraska will travel to Boulder (Colorado), with the matchup against CU to be televised nationally on FOX with kickoff set for 2:30 p.m. CT.
When it comes time to predict Nebraska's record for 2019, it would be wise to give the proper respect to Big Ten West opponents such as Northwestern, Iowa, Minnesota and Purdue -- as opposed to chalking up wins, as many fans (and yours truly) still tend to do.
Time to level up. Parker Gabriel breaks down Friday's matchup between Nebraska and Iowa.
A look at the Big Ten power rankings entering week 9 by Parker Gabriel.
Husker Extra is running a series called Heat Index, a quick look at the Huskers before fall camp begins Aug. 3. This week, Parker Gabriel counts down the five best quarterbacks Nebraska is slated to face this fall.
Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos made clear Saturday night he wants his school and Iowa to play football annually on Black Friday.