Nebraska has its representatives for Big Ten Media Days, so let’s look at some numbers. You know, just for fun.
The Hail Varsity 2019 Husker Football Yearbook has officially been sent to the printer, which means it will be hitting newsstands and mailboxes shortly.
Barret Pickering is good at kicking footballs for Nebraska. He is also good at golfing.
Outside linebackers and special teams coach Jovan Dewitt is cancer free. Coach Scott Frost spoke about the news before a Big Red Blitz tour on Thursday.
“It’s the little things we do that make the biggest difference.”
Nebraska fell 2-1 to Creighton on Tuesday night, giving the Bluejays the win in the season series between the two programs.
Nebraska (21-12, 10-3 Big Ten) led the conference heading into Friday’s matchup with Iowa. By the end? Not so much. The Huskers fell 3-2 to Iowa in walk-off fashion on Friday, dropping to second place in the Big Ten behind Indiana.
Coach Scott Frost is ready to play some football. While he doesn’t have the specifics on the format for Saturday’s Red-White Spring Game, Frost does have an idea of what fans can expect to see.
Moses Bryant is a running back once again. The Nebraska coaches moved the walk-on from Elkhorn South from cornerback to running back earlier this spring.
With less than a week until the annual Red-White Spring Game, Nebrasked practiced inside Memorial Stadium on Monday. Offensive coordinator Troy Walters then met with the media post-practice, where he shared a few details about what fans can expect on Saturday.