It’s not easy getting on the field as a true freshmen, but a few members of the 2017 recruiting class have already made an impression.
The Huskers and 4-star recruit Elijah Blades have parted ways for now, but is there hope the two will reconnect in the future? Mike Riley addressed the topic for the first time.
Commissioner Jim Delany and representatives from one of teams playing on a Friday react to the controversy over the conference’s newest scheduling change.
Nebraska is in a pretty good spot with pass catchers in the 2018 class, but that doesn’t mean the Huskers are done in this recruiting cycle.
Nebraska may let the 2018 class fill up without a running back in it. Analyst Greg Smith assesses the Huskers’ situation in the backfield.
T.J. Henning is joined by Greg Smith of Hail Varsity making his return to the radio waves. Greg dishes on the latest recruiting updates. Mitch Sherman of ESPN.com joins the show from Big 12 Media Days and Jacob Padilla of Hail Varsity joins the show to talk Nebraska basketball.
Recruiting analyst Greg Smith looks at what departures in the 2017 class mean for the Huskers in terms of current offers, scholarship numbers and more in the current recruiting cycle.
Blades was a signing-day win for the Huskers and Nebraska’s lone defensive back signee in the 2017 class but he’ll play junior-college football this season after he did not qualify.
A source close to the Plano, Texas, defensive tackle says Deiontae Watts did not qualify at Nebraska and will have to seek opportunities elsewhere.
It takes a lot to make recruiting analyst Greg Smith’s list of top prospects. It’s a unique blend of fit, talent, interest and need. Here are his top-10 prospects that are in the Huskers’ orbit.