The Nebraska women’s basketball game Saturday against Michigan State has been called off based on medical advice “institutional staffs.”
Husker historian and Hail Varsity editor Mike Babcock joins the podcast to talk about The Magnificent Eight, their story, and their individual journeys.
The Huskers’ tourney chances are fading, but perhaps not gone. With chances to pick up big wins still on the board, we take a look at where things stand.
Nebraska was beaten on the boards, beaten in the paint, and turned away late in a 73-63 road loss to Minnesota Wednesday night.
The Hail Varsity staff answers mailbag questions ranging from football’s past o-line dominance to the athletic department’s next Big Ten champ.
For her part in a 2-0 week for the Husker women’s basketball team, forward Issie Bourne was named the Big Ten Player of the Week.
If Nebraska has a negative play, its chances of scoring drop dramatically. Staff writer Derek Peterson looks at the numbers.
Individual Huskers had big lines, but Nebraska got contributions from everyone to outshoot Penn State at home Sunday.
Greg Smith joins the podcast to talk through the impact of the NCAA once again extending the recruiting dead period.
We take a look at how the Huskers’ offensive line recruiting in the last five years stacks up with the rest of the Power Five programs across the country.