If you’re a Nebraska football fan, you probably feel a bit frustrated. Erin Sorensen and Sausha Durkan get it, so they discuss just that in the latest Mind Your Own Podcast.
Bill Moos doesn’t attend Nebraska football practices. The athletic director chooses to make his evaluation of the program on Saturdays, calling his report card “game day.”
Senior left tackle Brenden Jaimes will not play another snap as a Husker. Nebraska will now turn to freshman Turner Corcoran at left tackle on Friday against Rutgers, with Brant Banks backing him up.
The Huskers may face a familiar foe on Friday in Noah Vedral, the graduate transfer from Nebraska and now a fourth-year junior quarterback for Rutgers.
Nebraska found out Sunday afternoon that it will play at Rutgers on Friday, but it wasn’t a big deal. The team is used to adjusting on the fly.
The Nebraska men’s basketball team only trailed No. 8 Creighton by 4 points at halftime. You’d have no idea if you only went off the final score: a 98-74 win for the Jays.
The holidays can be lonely, but you’re not alone. Erin Sorensen and Sausha Durkan talk about life as of lately and share ideas on how to support small in the latest Mind Your Own Podcast.
Nebraska basketball head coach Fred Hoiberg met with the media on Tuesday. He discussed the Huskers’ canceled game, the upcoming schedule and more.
While others in the Big Ten are facing cancellations and pauses, Nebraska is preparing for whatever is next with Minnesota.
Nebraska is scheduled to play Minnesota on Saturday at 11 a.m. CT, so the Huskers have turned their attention toward the Golden Gophers. Of course, there’s some uncertainty about the whole thing.