The Huskers won the serve and pass battle against one of the best serving teams in the Big Ten and got another big performance out of Annika Albrecht to take down No. 14 Michigan State in four sets and take sole possession of first place in the conference.
Bob Diaco turned up the heat a bit on Saturday and Carlos Davis and Ben Stille were among those that stood out while rushing the passer.
On Monday, Tim Miles held his first press conference since official practice began over the weekend and shared his early feelings about his team, upcoming fan-focused events, the change in athletic director and more.
In this week’s edition of Conversation with Cook, Coach John Cook discussed the way he prepares for weekend back-to-backs, the way his hitters have been producing lately and the role a true freshman defensive specialist has played.
The Huskers survived playing three top-seven teams in the span of nine days but will not get any time to rest as Michigan State rolls into town for a Wednesday night match.
A couple of weeks can make a world of difference in college football, and after week three’s loss to Northern Illinois, Nebraska was reeling. Now, two weeks later, the Huskers managed to put together their most complete game of the season ahead of their most important game of the year.
This week’s Play of the Game was determined by the fans, and with 39 percent of nearly 500 votes, Stanley Morgan Jr.’s fourth-quarter touchdown catch is the winner.
Jacob Padilla takes another deep dive into Nebraska’s defensive personnel choices.
Nebraska’s tough start to Big Ten play continues this weekend as No. 3 Minnesota and No. 7 Wisconsin come to town.
Tuesday’s practice report includes a return to practice by a key Husker, the new starters on the offensive line recapping their first game experience and Bob Diaco evaluating the outside linebacker position.