‘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.
Checking In With Huskers QB Commit Logan Smothers
Nebraska quarterback commit Logan Smothers is set to arrive in Lincoln this January. Until then, he has a final high school season and will visit the Huskers. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith caught up with him on it all.
Jay Foreman on Blackshirts: ‘My Main Goal Was That Shirt Right There’
Nebraska awarded the 2019 Blackshirts on Monday, and instead of just hanging the practice jerseys in lockers, Scott Frost brought back former players to impress just what it means to the program.
Ryan Held’s Work has the Huskers’ Ground Game Set Up for Success
The picture is coming together for Nebraska's running backs. Ryan Held has what he’s been working for. And yet he’s not stopping.
Conversations with Cook: On Extra Practice, Nicklin Hames and More
Coach John Cook met with the volleyball media on Monday to discuss the preseason practice, setter Nicklin Hames heading into her sophomore season, what he needs to see from sophomore outside hitter Capri Davis and more.
5 Thoughts on the Commitment of 3-star RB Marvin Scott III
Recruiting analyst Greg Smith offers five quick thoughts on the commitment of 3-star running back Marvin Scott III to Nebraska.
How the Huskers Go 7-5 in 2019
The oddsmakers set Nebraska's regular-season win total at 8.5. What would have to happen for the Huskers to fall more than a game below that?
How the Huskers Go 10-2 in 2019
The oddsmakers set Nebraska's regular-season win total at 8.5. What would have to happen for the Huskers to best that?
Big Red Recon: Pieces Falling Into Place For Huskers
Nebraska got back on the recruiting board with a commitment this week and another might be on the way writes Greg Smith in this week's Big Red Recon.
Notes from Nebraska’s Practice Ahead of Red-White Scrimmage
Nebraska volleball was back in the gym on Thursday in preparation for Saturday’s Red-White Scrimmage. We have notes and observations.
Noah Vedral Can Focus on Football Again
Noah Vedral isn't checking his inbox waiting for a waiver. He's not dealing with compliance. He's not dealing with any kind of transition. There is only football to focus on, and he's playing some of his best football.
Huskers WR Jaevon McQuitty Finally Feels Like Himself Again
Jaevon McQuitty was a 4-star recruit coming out of high school and looked like he'd have a chance to make an immediate impact at Nebraska before injuries derailed his career almost before it even started. Now, McQuitty said he finally feels like himself again and his coaches are taking notice.
5 Thoughts on the Commitment of 3-star RB Sevion Morrison
Recruiting analyst Greg Smith breaks down Nebraska's newest addition to the 2020 class, 3-star running back Sevion Morrison.
Garrett Nelson Is Wired Differently and He’s “Going to Play Right Away”
Outside linebackers coach Jovan Dewitt said he has six or seven players he's ready to put in a game. One of those is true freshman Garrett Nelson. "He's going to play early," Dewitt said.
Now at Safety, Eric Lee Jr. Wants to “Go Out with a Bang” this Season
Eric Lee Jr. has had a long career as a Husker filled with ups and downs, but now he's switched from cornerback to safety and is looking to get the most out of his final season as a Husker.