Henry Gray, a midyear enrollee, took part in the Huskers' winter conditioning program and the first two practices of spring football.
Football, volleyball, men's and women's basketball and women's soccer will be the first Husker teams to return to campus.
When she was growing up in Minnesota, Kate Smith's family lived in a home on a golf course. That set her on the track for success at Nebraska.
Three-star wide receiver Shawn Hardy II became the Huskers' eighth verbal commitment on Friday.
Voluntary workouts will start the first week of June, turning into supervised practices at some point later in the summer, coaches hope.
Nebraska performance nutrition director Dave Ellis said he expects to see "significant gaps" in the physical condition of student-athletes.
Division I baseball programs will get relief from scholarship and roster limits next season for returning players. For the Huskers, those retu…
The NCAA's recruiting dead period is going to last a while longer.
Former Husker volleyball player Jordan Larson may be getting close to retirement, but she plans to keep training and playing with hopes of mak…
Former Nebraska assistant Bill Busch was saddened to learn that Jaivorio Burkes passed away Saturday in Arizona. He was 31.
Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos says he's come around on supporting a one-time free transfer rule in college sports.
A left-handed pitcher, Stroh made two starts in a Husker uniform, earning the win in NU’s season-opener against Baylor.
Four Nebraska track and field athletes were named 2020 indoor All-Americans on Tuesday.
The latest Driving for 6 feature from the Journal Star.
The former NU assistant underwent a heart transplant last year. The last few days, he's thought a lot about his donor and the donor's family.
With "The Last Dance" over, read about Husker coach Fred Hoiberg's first dance against Michael Jordan in the NBA.
NU athletic director Bill Moos knows he and his staff will be judged on how they handle their business during the pandemic. So far, so good.
Nebraska should be longer, stronger and more athletic in 2020-21 than at any point in Fred Hoiberg's first season as head coach. What could it mean?
Teddy Prochazka and Henry Lutovsky are NU's two longest-tenured 2021 commits, and they've found their own unique ways of competing this spring.
At this point, Bill Moos says, he can't say for certain that Nebraska will play all — or even any — of its non-conference games.
The latest in Nebraska football recruiting includes a look at the Huskers' virtual presentation through the eyes of a California lineman.
Moos said Nebraska's plan for bringing student-athletes back to campus is detailed and thorough enough that the Big Ten requested that it be s…