Nebraska softball swept Kansas in its exhibition doubleheader on Sunday, winning the first game 5-4 and the second 11-1.
In Saturday’s win over Indiana, the Huskers made a change to the depth chart in the secondary. That change was Malcolm Hartzog, who stood out in his first career start.
While basketball season is still over a month away, the Huskers men’s and women’s teams took the floor Friday night to give fans their first look at what’s to come.
This week’s Drake’s Takes discusses the opportunities and challenges Nebraska football will face in the month of October.
Bill Busch isn’t here for people saying that he’s been put in a tough spot as the interim defensive coordinator.
“It’s not a tough spot. Just go out and coach, that’s what you signed up to do. So it’s not a big deal.”
Nebraska women’s basketball has gotten started with preseason practices, looking to build on its success from a season ago. “We had a great first practice yesterday and just really, really excited about the potential of this group and the way that they are going to come together,” Coach Amy Williams said.
Nine Nebraska pitchers combined to give up just a single run while the Huskers scored nine in a 14-inning exhibition win over the University of Nebraska-Omaha.
Nebraska women’s basketball announced Friday that fifth-year senior guard Sam Haiby will miss the 2022–23 season due to injury.
This week’s Drake’s Takes discusses Mickey Joseph’s comments on taking responsibility for the team’s shortcomings, and what that means for the rest of the season.
Nebraska softball picked up another fall exhibition win Thursday night, shutting out in-state opponent Nebraska-Kearney 10-0.
“I thought we had really great energy. It’s fun to play a night game, it’s nice weather, and I thought our defense played really well.”