Staff writer Derek Peterson uses his column space this week to address a different topic: the loss of former NBA champion Kobe Bryant, a man who inspired him and countless others, and will continue to do so.
For the rest of this 2019-20 season, you’ll find Taylor Kissinger on the Nebraska bench with a clipboard instead of sneakers. But don’t expect her to sit at 90 degrees for too long.
Nebraska nearly delivered No. 24 Rutgers its first home loss of the season. Derek Peterson shares three thoughts on the Huskers’ near miss against the Scarlet Knights.
Over the course of the next couple of weeks, we’re going to score Nebraska’s position groups on a 10-point scale based on where things stand right now. Next up? The defensive backs.
Nebraska fought back Wednesday night against the Boilermakers, all but erasing what was once a 21-point deficit and taking a fourth-quarter lead. But a disappointing start ultimately proved too much to overcome in a 76-68 home loss.
In the coming weeks, we’re running through Nebraska’s position groups and scoring based on additions, departures and returning production. The Husker linebackers are next up.
Nebraska is now 7-12 on the year. And the Huskers’ flaws, as well as their still-bright future, were on full display Tuesday night as the Badgers let rain a barrage of triples to down NU 82-68.
On Husker Sports Nightly Monday night, new Nebraska offensive coordinator Matt Lubick was asked why now and why Nebraska. The former Pac-12 resident had taken a year away from coaching in 2019, Nebraska’s hoping it has recharged the offensive mind.
Over the course of a couple of weeks, we’re going to score Nebraska’s position groups on a 10-point scale based on where things stand right now, this instant, with early-enrollee freshmen on campus. First up is the defensive line.
Nebraska announced a handful of coaching changes, raises and promotions last week. The one that’s not getting enough attention might be Greg Austin adding run-game coordinator duties.