The NCAA selection committee released the 2016 NCAA Tournament bracket on Sunday night, and the Huskers earned the No. 1 overall seed.
Nebraska’s four-set win over No. 18 Michigan coupled with No. 2 Minnesota’s five-set win over No. 3 Wisconsin on Saturday night made the Huskers outright Big Ten champions.
In a game decided by big plays, Desmond King’s long punt return just after halftime stood out as the nail in the coffin for Nebraska.
Nebraska has announced that it will head to Orlando, Florida next season to play in the 2017 AdvoCare Invitational.
With Tommy Armstrong Jr. out of commission, Ryker Fyfe had to step up and try to lead the Huskers to victory, something he couldn’t do against Purdue last season.
Mike Riley provided an update on the quarterback situation and also ran through the rest of the injury list in Thursday’s practice report.
Carve out some time on your Thanksgiving holiday to watch the Huskers take on Dayton in the Wooden Legacy.
Nebraska’s coordinators previewed the match-up with Iowa and Danny Langsdorf provided an update on the quarterback position in Tuesday’s practice report.
John Cook reflected and what this senior class has meant to the Nebraska volleyball program and shared what it will take for the huskers to beat Minnesota for a second time this season.
John Cook discussed Minnesota, Senior Day and a surprise visitor for the team during this week’s Conversation with Cook.