Nebraska’s major sports teams have one thing in common heading into the 2017-18 season: the unknown.
Coach Mike Riley announced after Thursday’s practice which walk-ons have been placed on scholarship for this year.
Joshua Kalu, Drew Brown and David Knevel were named to the Reese’s Senior Bowl Watch List on Thursday afternoon.
Second-year Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle and former Husker Maliek Collins has earned the respect of a teammate across the line of scrimmage as the two battle every day in practice.
Coach John Cook previewed this weekend’s VERT Challenge that kicks off the 2017 volleyball season.
Sophomore defensive back Jeremiah Stovall is looking to become the next Nebraska walk-on success story.
Starting running back? Walk-ons on scholarship? Those will remain mysteries for now, but Mike Riley did update one key position battle for the Huskers in 2017.
Who doesn’t love a good depth chart? Here’s a way-too-early look at who you might see starting on opening night in November for a new-look Nebrasketball team.
Nebraska should release an official depth chart next week. Until then, here are Jacob Padilla’s impressions of where things stand based on three weeks of practices.
With senior setter Kelly Hunter out for at least one of the Huskers’ opening matches, redshirt freshman Hunter Atherton will be asked to direct the Nebraska offense.