Down the stretch against Minnesota, a series of miscues kept Nebraska from completing a comeback. With the Huskers down 21-16 entering the last 20 minutes of the game, they turned it over on downs twice and missed a field goal over three consecutive drives.
This week’s Drake’s Takes talks about the upcoming away game for Nebraska football, Jon Gruden’s resignation and broader issues of racism.
Through seven games, Nebraska’s Adrian Martinez is having one of the best seasons of his college career, if not the best. The fourth-year’s quarterback success hasn’t translated to extra wins yet, though.
To conclude a second-half shootout, both the Nebraska and Michigan defenses made plays. After Adrian Martinez’s fumble, the defense held firm to give the offense one more chance.
This week’s Drake’s Takes reflects on the first half of Nebraska’s schedule, along with talk about Wan’Dale Robinson and an eventful Thursday night.
Michigan players remembered 2016 quotes from Scott Frost going into a beatdown of the Huskers of 2018. This time around, Nebraska is the team not forgetting the events of a few years ago.
Nebraska football went through its first five weeks this season with at least one pass-catcher banged up. Most offensive highlights for the Huskers came on the ground, but the team had the most healthy pass-catchers its had in a while.
While it was just a scrimmage, Nebraska men’s basketball fans got their first look at some of the highly-touted newcomers the team added over the offseason.
The upcoming game between Nebraska and Northwestern highlights this week’s Drake’s Takes, along with some basketball fun and an awkward merchandise release.
Heading into a new season, the Nebraska men’s basketball team is focusing on making sure it consistently plays with a sense of urgency.