Scott Frost said he’d leave the decision up to his players: did they want to play in a bowl game or not? Nebraska decided Sunday that answer is no.
The Husker defense seems fine carrying the team. It did so again Friday night. And as the season has gone on, they’ve gotten significantly better.
A 28-21 win over Rutgers Friday night was comforting in the way it was secured, but the road there was exhausting.
Nebraska controlled the ball, dominated on the ground, and wiped away a poor first half with a physically overpowering second half Friday night.
The Hail Varsity staff answers questions on the future for a number of recent signees, who might still be on the board, and a bunch of other topics.
Following one of the shakiest kicking campaigns in years, Nebraska had a rock-solid option this season: Connor Culp. He’s now the Big Ten Kicker of the Year.
Brandon Vogel and Erin Sorensen join the podcast to talk through one key question: how do you fix the Husker offense for 2021?
Husker coach Scott Frost ran through the newest class of signees Wednesday afternoon. Here’s what he said.
After medical advice from a neurologist, the Husker senior inside linebacker told media Tuesday afternoon he is planning to retire from football.
With Kearney Catholic quarterback Heinrich Haarberg set to sign with Nebraska Wednesday, his coach says he’s got the cerebral ability you want to see.