Kurt Rafdal
How Frost Managed Nebraska's Offense Against South Alabama
12 days ago by Jacob Padilla
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.
'No Fear' for Austin Allen, Ready to Make an Impact for Nebraska
28 days ago by Jacob Padilla
The Nebraska coaches want more out of their tight ends on and off the field, and redshirt sophomore Austin Allen thinks he's ready to take on that challenge.
Love or Hate: Two Tight Ends, Teaching Shooting and Steady Kickering
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
It’s Friday. You know what that means. It's time to love some things and hate some others. Let’s get to it.
Padding the Stats: Plenty to Watch at Nebraska's Spring Game
5 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Though some of Nebraska's biggest playmakers and most intriguing newcomers won't be suiting up for the Spring Game on Saturday, there are still plenty of story lines and position groups worth watching closely when the game begins.
Scoring the Huskers: Tight Ends
9 mo ago by Derek Peterson
We’re scoring Nebraska's positional groups this week based on strength heading into the 2019 season. Performance in 2018, returning production and incoming talent will all factor in here. We continue with the tight ends.
Tight Ends Growing Into Bigger Role for Nebraska
10 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
The tight end position was something of an afterthought in Nebraska's offense early in the season, but as the season has played out that group has taken on a bigger role and redshirt freshman Austin Allen was in the middle of one of the best plays from Saturday's game.
Nebraska's Tight Ends Have Room to Grow, but Showing Good Progress
12 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Through two weeks, the offensive production from the tight ends has been minimal but their involvement has been anything but as Nebraska has had at least one tight end on the field for basically every offensive snap.
Race for Reps at Tight End Continues for the Huskers
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Throughout the fall, tight end coach Sean Beckton has made the hierarchy in his room very clear. There’s sophomore Jack Stoll at the top, redshirt freshmen Austin Allen and Kurt Rafdal battling it out for second and then everybody else. True freshman Cam Jurgens, however, is turning some heads.
Hot Reads: The Young, But Not Unfamiliar, Nebraska Tight Ends
1 yr ago by Brandon Vogel
Tight ends coach Sean Beckton gave a quick strengths analysis of Nebraska's tight ends in a radio interview this week.
Play of the Game: Kurt Rafdal's Touchdown Catch
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Saturday's Red-White Spring Game included plenty of highlights – mostly by the Red team – but one play from a member of the White squad stood out from the rest.
Stats and Highlights from Nebraska's 2018 Spring Game
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Adrian Martinez stole the show as the Huskers showed off a new offense in head coach Scott Frost's first game on a Husker sideline
Stoll May Lead, But Huskers' Tight End Position Remains Wide Open
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Pre-spring study sessions set Nebraska up for success as tight ends coach Sean Beckton seeks to build up depth and find consistency within his position group.
Huskers Loosening the Reins with This Group of Tight Ends
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Every position is up for grabs at Nebraska under Nebraska’s new coaching staff, but for the tight ends group, that would have been the case regardless of whether or not Nebraska made a coaching change.
5 Under-the-Radar Huskers on Offense
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Scott Frost said there is no depth chart at the moment at Nebraska, which could offer some new names a chance to earn snaps with their play this spring.
Hot Reads: Beckton's 'Big Family' at Tight End
1 yr ago by Brandon Vogel
Nebraska tight ends coach has seven tight ends on the roster right now. Just one has any catches to his name. Let the competition begin.
Incoming Freshmen Who Could Make Immediate Impact
2 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Which members of the 2017 recruiting class have the best opportunity to make an immediate impact for the Huskers?
New Faces Create Huskers' Next Air Attack
2 yr ago by Erin Sorensen
Taking a closer look at both the wide receivers and tight ends ahead of spring football.
To Redshirt or Not to Redshirt: A Look at the 2017 Class
2 yr ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Taking a look at each signee from the 2017 class and making the call on whether or not they’ll see the field as true freshman or spend a year in the weight room first.
 
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