Saturday was a good day for the Nebraska defense, which makes sense because it was a good spring for the unit.
It’s striking when Nebraska's second-string defensive backs take the field. It’s a group many teams would welcome as starters.
NU redshirt freshman Myles Farmer describes ankle injury before last season's Purdue game as "freak accident" to lead Wednesday's notebook.
Nebraska's leading tackler in 2020, JoJo Domann embraces the notion of being a leader “on an emotional, physical and spiritual level.”
Much of the focus this spring will be on the young guys coming up behind Deontai Williams and Marquel Dismuke. We run through some candidates.
When Wyatt Liewer, the walk-on from O'Neill, scored, the first thing he did was look for a flag: "It was just so wide open."
Coaches like to get young players in game situations. A non-ideal situation, sure, but it's no different for NU on Saturday. Who could emerge?
Notes from Nebraska's participation report against Ohio State and the number of relative newcomers that contributed for the Huskers.
Check out the quick-hitters from a welcome return to "football talk" from Nebraska's defensive personnel.
Current NU football players had their fingerprints all over a recent city game in search of a football "fix" during their postponed college season.
Jaylin Bradley, a highly productive high school back at Bellevue West, appeared in the NCAA's transfer portal as of Tuesday morning.
Tony Butler is the third 2020 senior to leave the team in recent days.
Trevin Luben left a lasting impression on the Memorial Stadium turf last month.
The Nebraska football program has been on a dead sprint toward Wednesday’s early National Signing Day.
Isaac Gifford chooses Nebraska's "blueshirt" offer, saying Air Force and Wyoming were strong finalists.
Based on the first few games, you perhaps thought Nebraska's season might be a disaster. Not now.
Nebraska offered Gifford a chance to join program as a "blue shirt." He says he'll decide in the next few days where he'll play in college.
Only two home weekends and two December weekends remain for Nebraska before the December signing period arrives, so it’s a natural time to look at the Huskers’ 2020 recruiting efforts so far. Following is a position-by-position look at who NU has committed, who’s graduating and what might be left at each spot.
Nebraska's offense was making a lot of noise early in Saturday's game against Indiana.
In recent months, one of the curiosities surrounding Nebraska football recruiting is whether any further in-state class of 2020 players will earn a scholarship offer from the Huskers.
The defending champions
The heatwave is here and it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere. Let’s put the radiator to work.
We’re going to need the AC at full blast by the time this drive is over.
As more than 300 campers worked out on a steamy Memorial Stadium turf during the first of Nebraska’s two Friday Night Lights camps, Scott Frost high-fived and chatted with a needle the Huskers have already pulled out of the haystack.
Lincoln Southeast's Isaac Gifford, a 6-foot, 175-pounder, took in a lot from a recent Nebraska junior day event, including taking notice of who was standing next to him.