Jacob Padilla
Staff Writer
Jacob is in his second year with Hail Varsity covering Husker athletics. He is also the basketball editor-in-chief of NebHSSports.com and has written extensively for SB Nation's Bright Side of the Sun and The Creightonian. His love of basketball can best be described as an obsession and if you need to find him, he's probably in a gym somewhere watching, coaching or playing hoops.
Nebraska Drops Fourth Straight at Rutgers
For the second straight game, Nebraska gave up a late offensive rebound and game-winning bucket in the final seconds to extend its Big Ten losing streak to four.
Riley Speaks on Decision to Move on from Mark Banker
While introducing new defensive coordinator Bob Diaco on Friday, Mike Riley shared the thought process and timeline behind making a change and letting Mark Banker go.
Huskers Look to Rebound at Rutgers on Saturday
Nebraska will look to snap a three-game losing streak at Rutgers on Saturday and Tim Miles said rebounding will be a big key.
Huskers Lose on Last-Second Layup
Ohio State pulled out a 67-66 win at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Wednesday night after a Husker defender lost his footing on an in-bounds play with 1.9 to go, leaving a Buckeye wide open for an easy game-winning layup.
Game Notes: Ohio State 67, Nebraska 66
Cracking open the notebook and sharing our game notes from Nebraska's 67-66 loss to the Ohio State Buckeyes.
LIVE: Nebrasketball vs. Ohio State Game Thread
Nebraska basketball returns home to face the Ohio State Buckeyes and we're talking all about it. Join us.
Walk-on Placed on Scholarship
5 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Huskers Fall at Michigan Despite Hot Shooting
Nebraska put up one of its best offensive games of the season at Michigan but couldn't muster enough stops to keep pace with the Wolverines.
Huskers Prepare to Face Michigan Without Morrow
Nebraska will have just nine available players for Saturday's game at Michigan and beyond following Ed Morrow Jr.'s foot injury.
Ashland-Greenwood DT/OL Brett Kitrell De-committed from Minnesota
11 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Ed Morrow Sidelined Indefinitely
Nebraska sophomore forward Ed Morrow Jr. will be out indefinitely after an MRI revealed a right foot injury.
Tyjon Lindsey Re-opened his Recruitment
13 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Recruit Profile: Georgetown Transfer Isaac Copeland
Tim Miles and his staff continue to hit the transfer market hard. Their latest pick-up is a talented forward by way of Georgetown, Isaac Copeland.
Run it Back: Northwestern
Breakdowns on both sides of the ball led to Nebraska's first Big Ten loss and doomed one of the craziest sequences of the season to irrelevancy.
Late First Half Rally Not Enough To Overcome Wildcats' Hot Shooting
Northwestern snapped Nebraska's Big Ten winning streak on Sunday afternoon with an inspiring effort on both ends, shooting the lights out on offense and keeping Nebraska's backcourt in check on defense.
Immediate Reaction: Nebraska-Northwestern
Sharing a few quick thoughts about Nebraska's 74-66 loss to the Northwestern Wildcats.
FINAL: Northwestern 74, Nebraska 66
Nebraska is 3-0 in Big Ten play so let's talk hoops. This is the place as the Huskers host the Northwestern Wildcats.
Huskers "Learning How to Win" as Northwestern Visits Lincoln
The Huskers are 3-0 in Big Ten play after Thursday's double-overtime thriller against Iowa and will look to keep up their winning ways as the Wildcats on Northwestern roll into Lincoln on Sunday.
Run it Back: Iowa
Nebraska's double-overtime win featured an incredible performance on offense by Glynn Watson Jr., clutch defensive plays by Tai Webster and more.
Huskers Survive Double-Overtime Thriller Against Iowa
Nebraska improved to 3-0 for the first time since joining the Big Ten with a 93-90 double-overtime victory at home against Iowa on Thursday night.
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