Run it Back: Small Ball Not Enough if Huskers Are a One-Man Show
On Monday, James Palmer Jr. exploded for a career-high 34 points on 11-of-18 shooting at No. 13 Ohio State. The Huskers still lost, 64-59.
Run It Back: Consistency Remains a Persistent Issue for Huskers
Isaiah Roby continued to show flashes of his immense potential against Illinois, but Nebraska still needs more out of some of its top players.
5 Thoughts on the Addition of Breon Dixon to the Nebraska Roster
Recruiting analyst Greg Smith offers five thoughts on Nebraska adding Ole Miss transfer linebacker Breon Dixon to the roster.
Nebraska Visitor Preview: Jan. 12
Recruiting analyst Greg Smith previews the players expected to be on campus this weekend and offers his evaluation of where things stand with the Huskers.
Run it Back: Watson’s Woes Against Wisconsin
Nebraska got enough contributions from it's supporting cast on Tuesday to beat a down Wisconsin team, but to keep racking up wins in the Big Ten Nebraska needs its point guard to find his game.
Watson’s Production Key for Huskers in Big Ten Play
Coach Tim Miles said before the season he believes junior point guard Glynn Watson Jr. has all-conference talent. Now it’s time for Watson to back that up with his play.
Big Red Recon: Huskers Staff Hits the Ground Running
It's a dead period in terms of contacting recruits, but there was still plenty of news on the Nebraska recruiting front. Greg Smith gets you up to speed with this week's Big Red Recon.
Duval Earns S&C Coach of the Year Award for Work at UCF
Nebraska's new strength and conditioning coach, Zach Duval, has been recognized for his work at Central Florida in 2017.
Run it Back: Delaware State Checklist
There isn’t a lot we can learn from Nebraska playing an opponent like Delaware State. That being said, in addition to the win (85-68), there were a few things I had hoped Nebraska might get out of that game.
LIVE: Early Signing Day Thread
Join the Hail Varsity staff as we discuss, analyze and update all of the news from Nebraska's early signing day.
4-Star Defender, Recent Nebraska Visitor Won’t Be Signing Early
One of the Huskers' key targets on defense tells Greg Smith he'll wait until February to make his decision.
Game Thread: Huskers Beat Penn State in 5, Advance to Title Match
Nebraska beat Penn State for the seventh consecutive time and will advance to the national championship match to face the winner of Florida-Stanford.
Padding the Stats: Power Ranking Nebraska’s Wins against Penn State
Nebraska heads into Thursday's showdown with Penn State riding a six-match winning streak against the Nittany Lions. How do those six wins compare to each other? Let's take a trip down memory lane and power rank them to find out.
Two Keys to the Huskers’ 7-3 Start
We're 10 games into the season and it's pretty clear at this point that as Glynn Watson Jr. and Isaac Copeland go, so does Nebraska.
Homecoming for Kenzie Maloney
For the second time in three years junior libber Kenzie Maloney will get the chance to play in her home state of Kentucky.
Hard-Hitting Defender Locks in Official Visit
Nebraska has an immediate need for defensive backs, and it will be getting a big visit from a 3-star Georgia safety.
One Former Huskers Walk-On Drove All Night to Welcome Frost
Nebraska made a smart move by having former letterwinners welcome Scott Frost on his first official day as head coach. One such Husker drove overnight from Chicago to be there.
Huskers Hitting Their Goals from 3
Sharp-shooting seniors lead the way for a Husker team that is suddenly lights out from deep. However, Nebraska will need a lot more from its offense inside the arc to compete with the likes of Tuesday night's foe, No. 14 Minnesota.
Sacks + Turnovers – Explosive Plays: The Math of Chinander’s Defense
New Nebraska defensive coordinator Erik Chinander highlighted three key statistical categories when he took the job at UCF. Here's how those numbers added up.
Nebraska’s Next OC May Be Biggest Question as Frost’s Staff is Built
Scott Frost's UCF offensive coordinator, Troy Walters, is staying on as the Knights' interim head coach. Will he eventually join the staff in Lincoln or will Frost look elsewhere?