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Understanding the Hawkeyes

If both teams could ever reach this game and have something meaningful on the line, I think this annual Black Friday meeting could develop into something. Problem is, the Huskers and Hawkeyes really haven’t. Third-place in the Big Ten West...




Tale Of The Tape: Minnesota

Nebraska is not regressing, Bo Pelini said after the Huskers’ second-straight loss to Minnesota. Yet on the game’s third play from scrimmage, quarterback Mitch Leidner ran 22 yards in the wide-open field on a zone read play. Leidner led the...

Mailbag: Staff Changes Coming?

This is it, Husker fans. The regular season ends on Friday. It’s been a rollercoaster ride towards the end and fans are clearly unsure of what to expect when Nebraska walks into Kinnick Stadium. When the call for mailbag questions...

The State Of Basketball

The state of Nebraska’s three Division I basketball teams are 8-2 as we enter the second week of the college basketball season. Nebraska, Creighton and UNO  combined for wins over a ranked Oklahoma and Marquette on the road. “I think it’s...

Getting Over the Hump

“Can we talk about Iowa, please?” It didn’t take long into Monday’s press conference for Bo Pelini to make that request. But, with questions continuing to swirl around the program following the first back-to-back losses in conference play in five...

Hot Reads: Minnesota Misery

Nebraska, of course, fell out of the Associated Press and Coaches polls this week after its loss to Minnesota but the Huskers moved up to No. 1 in one set of rankings. Dan Wolken’s “Misery Index,” a weekly catalog of, well,...

3 & Out: Minnesota

Grant Muessel Whether you think Kenny Bell deserves it or not, he was snubbed for a second straight week with another day in the sun – literally this time – swallowed up by the misery of a loss. Against Wisconsin,...