Two teams took the field against the fifth-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes, and they took turns at the controls. Nebraska showed the good and bad. Who’s it gonna be in 2020?
Nebraska’s season kicked off Saturday with a 52-17 loss to Ohio State. What do we make of it? Hail Varsity’s Derek Peterson and Greg Smith are here to discuss it all.
Nebraska played Ohio State tougher than it did a year ago. But it probably won’t find solace in that. The result was still the same: a 52-17 loss.
Nebraska didn’t provide a travel roster ahead of its game against Ohio State, but here’s a look at who made the trip to Columbus and who didn’t.
Heinrich Haarberg has earned this moment. The Kearney Catholic senior—and future Husker—is paving the way for his future. One story at a time.
This season, the Husker football team will wear stickers on their helmets paying tribute to George Flippin, the first Black football player at Nebraska.
The whole Hail Varsity team is on the podcast this week to preview the 2020 season. We give arguments for why Nebraska will be successful in 2020 or not. We talk through a slew of prop bets. And we also shout out a few things that have actually proven positive over the last few months.
For years now, Logan O’Brien and his classmates have talked about this season, their senior year, being their best shot at a state title.
For his career, Travis Vokolek has 17 catches for 198 yards and two touchdowns. Not much to go on, but then again Vokolek didn’t have much to work with in the Rutgers offense. He’s hoping to change that at Nebraska.
Husker head coach Scott Frost met with the media one final time Thursday after practice to tie up some odds and ends before his team departs for Columbus on Friday.