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Iowa
Loss 24-27
Nov 29, 2019
Lincoln, Neb.

2020 Schedule

Purdue
9/05
Central Michigan
9/12
South Dakota State
9/19
Cincinnati
9/26
@ Northwestern
10/03
Illinois
10/10
@ Rutgers
10/24
@ Ohio State
10/31
Penn State
11/07
@ Iowa
11/14
@ Wisconsin
11/21
Minnesota
11/27
Full Schedule

Big Ten Standings

WEST
CONF
OVERALL
Illinois
0-0
0-0
Iowa
0-0
0-0
Minnesota
0-0
0-0
Nebraska
0-0
0-0
Northwestern
0-0
0-0
Purdue
0-0
0-0
Wisconsin
0-0
0-0
EAST
CONF
OVERALL
Indiana
0-0
0-0
Maryland
0-0
0-0
Michigan
0-0
0-0
Michigan State
0-0
0-0
Ohio State
0-0
0-0
Penn State
0-0
0-0
Rutgers
0-0
0-0
Nebraska Quarterback Offers From 2019 Class Find Early Success
7 hrs ago by Greg Smith
The Husker coaching staff is known for quarterback evaluations. Not all the players they offer can wind up in Lincoln though. Let's take a look at how some fared while playing as true freshmen last season.
Husker Tight Ends a Tight-Knit, Diverse Group with Addition of Vokolek
1 day ago by Jacob Padilla
Tight end has been the most stable position room at Nebraska since Scott Frost and his staff arrived in Lincoln, but even without spring ball, Rutgers transfer Travis Vokolek will look to shake up that depth chart in 2020.
What’s on Tap?
1 day ago by Chris Schmidt
The weekend crew discusses the potential for alcohol sales at Nebraska games. We hear from Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp on the week that was. Mike Leach is the rewind feature.
Husker Attic: The Saga of Big Red
1 day ago by Mike Babcock
There’s a lot of great Husker memorabilia out there. Husker Attic is how we’ve showcased those vintage finds in every issue of Hail Varsity since our very first one.
Mixed Drink Friday
1 day ago by Chris Schmidt
The HV crew enjoys a fun theme Friday with some football. Greg Smith has the recruiting recon. Bill Doleman remembers OST and it’s another edition of “Butch’s World” with former Husker Jake Cotton.
Uncertain Times in College Football | The Varsity Club Podcast
2 days ago by Derek Peterson
It's a small problem in the grand scheme of things the larger public is dealing with right now, but this is still a sports pod, so Greg Smith catches us up on how the COVID-19 pandemic is currently and might affect college football as we get closer to the 2020 season.
Hot Reads: Financial Toll of No March Madness Comes into Focus
2 days ago by Brandon Vogel
A few weeks ago the NCAA planned to distribute nearly $600 million in revenue to schools. That was before the NCAA Tournament, and all other championships were canceled. Now the governing body is sending out $225 million.
Binge With The Pirate
2 days ago by Chris Schmidt
Chris and Damon think of what should have been Opening Day. Gerry DiNardo and Brandon Vogel join the show in hopes that the 2020 college football season still goes on. Mike Leach tells us what Netflix shows he recommends binging. Danny Burke shares his worst sports betting losses.
Tom's Time: 44 First Downs, 787 Yards and McCant Gets His Chance
3 days ago by Mike Babcock
Nebraska amassed record-setting numbers in its season-opening win over Utah State in 1991, but there was also some general angst as well as uncertainty for the Huskers at quarterback.
Start, Cut, Bench
3 days ago by Chris Schmidt
It’s the first in a series as the HV crew chats Husker QB’s. Who ya got Frost, Frazier, Crouch or Gill? ESPN’s Brad Edwards checks in on CFB and Mike Babcock also shares his thoughts on the days topic.
Mailbag: Who Ya Bringing for Your Island Cult?
4 days ago by Hail Varsity Staff
The Hail Varsity staff tackles a short mailbag this week, but a mailbag not lacking in interest.
Beyond the Box Score: The 2007 Nebraska-Auburn Cotton Bowl
4 days ago by Brandon Vogel
In retrospect, Nebraska football had reached a turning point in 2006. It never really turned the corner, thanks to losses like the one to Auburn in the 2007 Cotton Bowl, but what if it had?
Scott Frost, Nebraska Football Frustrated, Concerned, Little Bit Bored
4 days ago by Erin Sorensen
Coach Scott Frost joined Sports Nightly on Tuesday to talk about life amid the COVID-19 pandemic, saying the team is frustrated, concerned and even a little bit bored.
West is Best?
4 days ago by Chris Schmidt
It's YouTube Tuesday. Blackshirt Jay Moore joins the show to relive the 2007 Cotton Bowl vs #9 Auburn. Chris and Damon try to figure out how the Big Ten West climbs the ladder and ends Ohio State's reign of terror. The Athletic's Mitch Sherman has an interesting take on Nebraska's secondary.
Could Wright's Versatility Provide Huskers With Intriguing Option?
5 days ago by Greg Smith
The Huskers are seeking answers at outside linebacker in the short and long-term. One member of the 2019 recruiting class could slide nicely into a hybrid role on the defense.
Nebraska Film Review: Quarterback Luke McCaffrey
5 days ago by Jacob Padilla
The quarterback battle fans were hoping to see during Nebraska's spring practices came to and end before it even had a chance to begin. However, based on what Luke McCaffrey showed in 2019, he might have had a tough time winning the job from Adrian Martinez anyway.
Pooh is N
5 days ago by Chris Schmidt
Nebraska’s latest recruit Christopher “Pooh” Paul, Jr checks in. Hear why the Big Red is the place for him. Coach McBride takes us into a Brady connection and what helped land TB12 to Tampa. Beau Reid chats Husker hoops. What similarities are there with his time at Nebraska and Hoiberg’s task?
Kenny Bell, Nebraska's Standard and More | Moore To It Podcast
6 days ago by Jay Moore
It’s a new week and you know what that means. The Moore To It Podcast is back with another episode. This week features the Nebraska career receptions record holder and career receiving yards record holder: former Huskers wide receiver Kenny Bell.
It's Already Clear Nebraska is Ahead on Name, Image and Likeness
6 days ago by Erin Sorensen
Nebraska's newest commit for the 2021 recruiting class used an interesting hashtag in a tweet following his commitment. It's likely a sign of what's to come.
Interesting Mix of Players Eager to Prove it on 2020 Defensive Line
7 days ago by Greg Smith
Nebraska has a tall task to replace the losses on the defensive line in 2020. There is a mix of players eager to show what they can do for the Huskers.
 
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