Josh Mitchell comes on the podcast to share stories from his time at Nebraska, talk about what he’s been up to (#DadLife), and talk about his teammate Lavonte David finally getting some long-overdue recognition.
The Husker offense hummed and threatened to shock Iowa late. But Hawkeye freshman Caitlin Clark was outstanding, with 39 points to power a win over NU.
This year’s ‘scoring’ series wraps up with a look at Nebraska’s special teams unit, a group that underperformed but has pieces.
The Hail Varsity staff is back to answer your Husker questions. We cover football, basketball, and the GOAT debate.
Nebraska got forward Issie Bourne back for its two-game road trip last week, but reintegrating her into the rotation is still a work in progress.
A vet, a bright spot, a potential terror, a polar bear, lots of depth, a trusted coach, and a strength staff with a track record. Lots of reasons to like the d-line.
Nebraska announced Monday the hiring of a new Director of Player Development, a new offensive analyst, and a new defensive analyst.
Nebraska’s offensive line might not be a model of consistency in 2021, but the coaching staff is right to perk up over the group’s ceiling.
Rutgers sped Nebraska up. NU couldn’t get the tempo back to a place of its liking. Another high-scoring affair led to another loss.
Nebraska played with energy and effort defensively, but an out-of-sync offense was costly. In their return to play, the Huskers fell to Michigan State.