Big Red Recon: Huskers Getting Things Lined Up
We have almost made it to the end of the dead period in recruiting and the Huskers are preparing to hit the ground running. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith has the latest in Big Red Recon.
Nebraska Early Enrollee Preview: Defensive Back Henry Gray
Nebraska’s 2020 recruiting class features nine players that are enrolling early in January. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith helps you get to know each with an early enrollee preview. First up is defensive back Henry Gray.
Turning the Page on the Short-lived Nebraska-Washington Saga
Maurice Washington is officially in the transfer portal. As Nebraska turns the page, an interesting winter, spring, and summer await the Huskers' running backs room.
Thorir Thorbjarnarson Indispensable to Nebraska’s Starting Lineup
Thorir Thorbjarnarson's basketball IQ and growth as a shooter have made him an indispensable part of Nebraska's starting lineup as the Huskers have gotten off to a 2-2 start in Big Ten play.
Three Thoughts from Nebraska’s 76-70 Win Over Iowa
A loud, hard-fought, entertaining-as-can-be, 76-70 win over Iowa on Tuesday night brought the Huskers back to even in Big Ten play. Staff writer Derek Peterson offers three thoughts on the win.
2021 TE Fidone Talks All-American Combine Experience and Timeline
While the All-Americans in the 2020 class were competing this weekend, promising 2021 prospects took part in a combine in San Antonio. Council Bluffs tight end Thomas Fidone talked about that experience with recruiting analyst Greg Smith.
Nebraska Getting a Dynamic Player in 4-Star LB Randolph Kpai
Nebraska's latest commit, 4-star linebacker Randolph Kpai, is a dynamic player who doesn't get caught up in the "hoopla." Recruiting analyst Greg Smith caught up with Kpai's high school coach to learn a little more about him.
3 Thoughts on Nebraska’s 79-62 Loss to Rutgers
After a solid start, Nebraska fell apart against a short-handed Rutgers team on Friday night in a 79-62 loss at Pinnacle Bank Arena. The loss drops Nebraska to 1-2 in Big Ten play at 6-8 overall. Here are three thoughts on the game.
Big Red Recon: Buzz Building for Nebraska’s 2021 Recruiting Class
As we turn the page to the new year and decade, things will be heating up for Nebraska recruiting soon. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith has the latest in Big Red Recon.
Nebraska Needs Yvan Ouedraogo to Come up Big in Big Ten Play
The Big Ten is filled with talented big men, and in order for the Huskers to compete as they head into conference play, Nebraska is going to need the 17-year-old Yvan Ouedraogo to step up.
Nebraska Recruiting: Rankings, Development Over Time for Huskers
Recruiting never stops and it's easy to miss the top stories day-to-day. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith recaps all things Nebraska recruiting news, analysis and more so you never miss a thing.
Catch Malaise: Wide Receiver Woes Never Went Away in 2019
As part of our Year in Review series we're taking a close look at why the 2019 Nebraska football season went the way it did. Issues at wide receiver, as the season went on, moved close to the top of the list.
5 Thoughts on Omaha Roncalli at Ashland-Greenwood
The Ashland-Greenwood Holiday Tournament final on Monday produced one of the best games of the high school season so far as the host Bluejays held on to beat Omaha Roncalli 62-55 in overtime thanks to a spectacular effort from a sophomore star. Jacob Padilla has five thoughts on the game.
Big Ten Success Requires a Reliable Run Game
As part of our Year in Review series we're taking a close look at why the 2019 Nebraska football season went the way it did. The Huskers' run game was up and down, but Dedrick Mills showed promise as the season progressed.
Stopping the Run: Nebraska Improved in 2019, Still Yards to Go
As part of our Year in Review series we're taking a close look at why the 2019 Nebraska football season went the way it did. Winning in the Big Ten almost requires stopping the run. That's still a work in progress for the Huskers.
Available Space on the Various Husker Bandwagons Entering 2020
The page has been turned on Nebraska's 2019 season, so we'll start to look ahead. As 2020 gets closer, which Husker bandwagons should you be aware of? Derek Peterson runs down the list.
Hit or Miss: Getting Better Has to Involve Better Tackling for Nebraska
As part of our Year in Review series we're taking a close look at why the 2019 Nebraska football season went the way it did. Up next, a missed tackle rate that was close to a five-year high.
Big Red Recon: Letting the Dust Settle for Nebraska
Now that the dust has settled on the early signing period, we are into the dead period. While it's been pretty quiet on the trail, there's still plenty to dive into for Nebraska recruiting.
Huskers Bet Big in Recruiting on a Big Season on the Field
As part of our Year in Review series we're taking a close look at why the 2019 Nebraska football season went the way it did. Greg Smith analyzes the Huskers' approach to in-season recruiting.
Leaders, Teammates and Talent: Searching for the Perfect Blend
As part of our Year in Review series we're taking a close look at why the 2019 Nebraska football season went the way it did. The Huskers leadership, still a work in progress, was certainly a factor.