‘Coach On the Field’ Eli Sullivan Was Ready When Called Upon
When Nebraska released it’s first depth chart prior to the season opener, Eli Sullivan, a junior walk-on safety, was listed with the third string. In the third quarter against South Alabama, however, Sullivan had his number called on defense, and he was ready for it.
Colorado’s Recruiting Class at a Glance
Have you ever wondered how Nebraska’s opponent for the current week is doing in recruiting? Recruiting analyst Greg Smith breaks down the opponent's recruiting class.
Husker QB Coach Mario Verduzco Says He Has to Be Better, Too
Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez had a rough first outing and his position coach, Mario Verduzco, said he shares the responsibility for that performance, too.
More Reps Key in Keeping Things ‘Blue’ for Nebraska’s Offensive Line
Cameron Jurgens had a rough debut as Nebraska's starting center against South Alabama, but Jurgens and offensive line coach Greg Austin believe the key to improvement is simply more reps.
Laviska Shenault’s Versatility Will Test Nebraska Secondary
Nebraska's taking a big step up in competition from week one to week two and Colorado do-it-all offensive threat Laviska Shenault Jr. will provide a measuring stick for how much progress the Blackshirts have made in the last year.
How Frost Managed Nebraska’s Offense Against South Alabama
Saturday was our first look at the Huskers without Devine Ozigbo and Stanley Morgan Jr. and while it wasn’t pretty, we can draw some conclusions about how Frost managed his offensive personnel.
Colorado High School Talent Fleeing State, Not Just For Huskers
Colorado head coach Mel Tucker mentioned Nebraska this summer when describing a recruiting challenge he inherited at his new job. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith notes it's not just a Husker problem, but recruiting problem in general.
Nebraska Visit Preview Versus South Alabama
Nebraska will not host any official visitors this weekend but that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of important visitors still on campus. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith has the list.
Big Red Recon: Husker Football Has Returned
We made it. Nebraska football is back. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith gets the season started with Big Red Recon.
Nebraska, Onside Kicks and Beating the Odds
Nebraska may not onside kick once in 2019. That doesn't mean the Huskers aren't preparing for it, just in case.
5 Thoughts on Omaha Burke’s 16-14 Win over Lincoln Southeast
Recruiting analyst Greg Smith offers five thoughts on Omaha Burke's wild win over Lincoln Southeast.
‘Hell of a Job’ in Practice Earns Hixson Starting Role and Scholarship
Nebraska has a long history of walk-ons working their way up the depth chart and earning scholarships, and redshirt sophomore Trent Hixson is the latest example.
Key Questions to Finish Nebraska’s 2020 Class
The Huskers have 10 verbal commitments going into the 2019 football season. How will that shift? Recruiting analyst Greg Smith looks at how Nebraska's 2020 class might finish.
The Things that Make Nebraska’s Cameron Jurgens Special
What makes Cameron Jurgens a "game-changer" for Nebraska's offense? Let his position coach and the guy who lines up next to Jurgens explain.
‘Football Junkie’ TE Chris Hickman Has Worked His Way Into Discussion
The Nebraska coaching staff has been complimentary of freshman tight end Chris Hickman and the "football junkie" has worked his way into the discussion for tight ends coach Sean Beckton.
Husker Coaches Ready to see Wan’Dale Robinson in a Real Game
Expect to see Wan'Dale Robinson everywhere for the Huskers this fall. Because he’ll probably be everywhere.
As Far As Adrian Martinez Can Take Nebraska in 2019
“We're probably going to go as far as he can take us this year," Scott Frost said of Adrian Martinez in July. It's a sign of how much progress this program has already made.
Blackshirts Focus on Improving Rush Defense in 2019
Nebraska was one of the worst rushing defenses in the Big Ten last season. Changing that in 2019 has been one of the primary focuses for the Blackshirts during the spring and fall.
Close-Knit Group Fuels Growth of Huskers’ Secondary
A lot has changed for Nebraska's secondary since Coach Scott Frost arrived in Lincoln. The biggest change? The group has become very close-knit.
Caleb Tannor has Confidence, Quickness, and now a Chance
Caleb Tannor is confident. He's also fast. And now the outside linebacker has a chance to make an impact for the Huskers in 2019.