The 2020 Hail Varsity Football Yearbook hits mailboxes and newsstands very soon. In anticipation, we’re sharing stories that hit the cutting room floor from our main features. First up, a look at senior defensive back Dicaprio Bootle as told through the lens of someone who knows him best.
Noah Vedral’s college football journey has been “a weird, winding road,” but he doesn’t regret a minute of it. After two years at Nebraska, he’s heading to Rutgers for another chance to chase his dreams.
Recruiting never stops and it’s easy to miss the top stories day-to-day. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith recaps all things Nebraska recruiting news, analysis and more so you never miss a thing.
The NCAA Board of Governors took a major step Wednesday morning in compenating student-athletes for their name, image and likeness.
Luke Gifford doesn’t know when he’ll get back to Dallas. Isaac Gifford doesn’t know when things will resume like normal at Nebraska. Both are making the best of the current situation.
Luke Gifford never heard his name called during the 2019 NFL Draft. That may be the case for other Huskers in 2020. With hard work and confidence though, anything is possible when it’s all said and done.
The NCAA Division I Council voted Monday in favor of giving college athletes who participate in spring sports, like baseball and softball, an extra year of eligibility.
Coach Scott Frost joined Sports Nightly on Tuesday to talk about life amid the COVID-19 pandemic, saying the team is frustrated, concerned and even a little bit bored.
Nebraska baseball should be in the heart of its season right now. Coach Will Bolt joined Sports Nightly to share what his team has been up to, how they’re adjusting and gave some thoughts on the whole eligibility issue.
Nebraska’s newest commit for the 2021 recruiting class used an interesting hashtag in a tweet following his commitment. It’s likely a sign of what’s to come.