Something (or someone) stood out to JoJo Domann when he watched film from Saturday night: "The will to be great is burning in his chest."
Nebraska's O-line will have to clean up the communication quickly, because Spartan Stadium figures to be loud Saturday night.
Next up, Arkansas: "These are the moments you live for, being able to play the best."
Tom Osborne's Huskers reached their peak in the 1990s.
If you are one of the Western New Yorkers who envisions Buffalo getting a great deal of national TV exposure because – thanks to a variety of …
The first of 25 Toronto Blue Jays games at Sahlen Field will take place Aug. 11, against the Miami Marlins, the American League team confirmed…
All Together: Names went on the back of jerseys, and the point after touchdown changed to one point. In 1972, owners decided to start counting tie games as a half-game won and lost. The NFL agreed in 1973 to use a uniform numbering system for jerseys limiting groups of numbers to different positions. Division winners started earning home-field advantage in the playoffs in 1975, the same year referees got wireless microphones. The head slap was outlawed in 1977.
Nebraska will return from its bye week with an afternoon kickoff at home.
When McKenzie Milton watched video of Noah Vedral under center at Bishop Neumann, a little school in a little town in a part of the world Milton had never seen, the Central Florida quarterback wondered just a little bit about the security of his job.
Behind enemy lines
Nebraska's attention turns to Big Ten play and Illinois. The Illini are 2-1 following Saturday's home loss to Eastern Michigan.
We are about to find out if baseball is running baseball or ESPN is running baseball. In what has turned out to be a major dispute involving the game's integrity, ESPN announced it was picking up the Yankees' one o'clock July 8 game with the Blue Jays in Toronto for their 8 p.m. Sunday night game of the week. Ordinarily that wouldn't be a big deal - the Yankees have gotten used to ESPN using ...
Scott Frost will make his Nebraska coaching debut under the lights.