Nebraska offensive coordinator Matt Lubick addressed the media via Zoom early in the day on Thursday, but it was his defensive counterpart’s turn to speak as Erik Chinander hosted this month’s Nebraska Football Show on Sports Nightly. Chinander sat in for an hour and...
After a freshman year filled with battles some of the best players in the country and an offseason spent transforming his body, Yvan Ouedraogo is looking to have a big sophomore year in a Nebraska frontcourt that is much deeper than a year ago.
Nebraska’s cornerback depth took a hit with Braxton Clark’s injury, but Travis Fisher still has some good options in his room led by Dicaprio Bootle and Cam Taylor-Britt, who will get a chance to start at corner full-time after playing all over the defense his first two seasons.
Surprised to hear that Nebraska’s quarterback competition remains close a week out from the season-opener? Same. Jacob Padilla works through what it might mean.
Official practices for college basketball begin on Wednesday, and that includes Fred Hoiberg’s Huskers. Nebraska has been holding team workouts for weeks, but the Huskers will get a chance to start ramping things up with 20-hour practice weeks as they work their way towards the Nov. 25 start.
Jacob Padilla spent Saturday morning and afternoon at Omaha Skutt for the SkyHawk Invitational and has some takeaways from the tournament as well as player and coach reaction to the state tournament format changes.
Lindsay Krause is the top-rated outside hitter in the 2021 class. Hayden Kubik is No. 1 in the 2022 class. In a couple years, they’ll both be on the same team down in Lincoln. However, on Saturday, the future Huskers found themselves on opposite sides of the net at the SkyHawk Invitational.
Omaha Skutt swept Lincoln East, St. Teresa’s Academy, Papillion-La Vista South and West Des Moines Valley on Saturday to go 4-0 in the annual SkyHawk Invitational.
The Bennington Badgers took down Elkhorn on Friday night behind a monster performance from senior quarterback Kale Bird who totaled nearly 400 yards of offense and three touchdowns.
After a tough start to the season, the Papillion-La Vista Monarchs have hit their stride and are riding a seven-match win streak into the weekend after taking down Lincoln Pius X and Omaha Marian in a triangular hosted by the Crusaders on Thursday night.