Nebraska feels like a team that’s so close, and yet the record remains 0-6. It’s a little hard to believe for the Huskers, but they’re not alone. Their opponents can’t believe it either.
Hail Varsity published its very first ‘Fan Poll’ on Oct. 16, 2016. That question centered around a 6-0 Nebraska football team. It wasn’t all perfect then though, especially as history has shown.
Nebraska coach Scott Frost addressed the Huskers’ reasoning for blocking Oregon State from contacting Greg Bell, the NCAA transfer rule and more following Thursday’s practice.
For players like running back Devine Ozigbo and inside linebacker Mohamed Barry, they don’t believe a player can only be a “gamer.” They also have to be just as good in practice.
Facing Wisconsin for a night game at Camp Randall is going to be a challenge for Nebraska. Coach Scott Frost just wants his team to approach the matchup as an opportunity to be better than they’ve been.
Nebraska fans are en route to Madison, Wisconsin. That means a lot of people in red will be looking for things to do around town. We’ve got you covered.
There’s no sugar coating it. Nebraska is 0-4, and the team is undisciplined. Coach Scott Frost finds hope in the “warriors” he’ll go to battle with.
Special teams has been a hot topic for Nebraska so far this season and the competition at various positions has also extended to long snapper.
Adrian Martinez had an idea midweek of last When did you know you would start? “I pretty much had a good idea midway through the week of where I was physically and I felt I was in good enough shape to start and Coach Frost and Mark, our head...
After losing 56-10 to Michigan on the road, Scott Frost doesn’t see it getting worse for Nebraska. He and his players instead seeing it only going up from here.