Lots of head-scratching in 2020. The quarterback play wasn’t good enough for Nebraska to win, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the room is weak.
Sam Haiby showed off her usual fourth-quarter heroics, but she had some help Monday night. To sink Illinois, Nebraska got a crucial play from a newcomer.
It seems Nebraska will once again be one of a select few Power Five teams handling special teams without a full-time assistant coach at the controls.
Jacob Padilla and Brandon Vogel join the podcast this week to preview the new season for Nebraska volleyball.
Consistency of play has to improve, and Nebraska’s o-line might be even younger in 2021 than it was in 2020. Still, this feels like a group with a high ceiling.
In a brief interview on Sports Nightly, head coach Scott Frost offered a spring timeline for his team, talked about the decision to forgo a bowl, and more.
The Hail Varsity staff answers another host of mailbag questions this week, including how much success needs to be found in 2021 to calm the waters.
A 29-point defensive second quarter and a 3-for-21 offensive fourth quarter proved costly for the Huskers in a loss to Minnesota on Tuesday.
A consensus top-50 recruit and the top player from NU’s 2021 signing class, Kendall Coley will be part of Nebraska’s rotation much sooner than expected.
With the departure of Dedrick Mills, Nebraska’s running back room will be vastly unproven next season. Plenty talented, yes, but very unproven.