Tom's Time
Tom's Time: Huskers Get Closer to Tommie's Time
4 days ago by Mike Babcock
It was already clear that Tommie Frazier wasn't redshirting in 1992, but he hadn't played much either. That began to change when Nebraska faced Oklahoma State in Lincoln.
Tom's Time: Mental Lapses Mar Huskers' Win over Arizona State in '92
11 days ago by Mike Babcock
Nebraska bounced back from its first loss of the 1992 season with a three-touchdown win over Arizona State, but it wasn't without angst. "Mentally, that was probably the worst game we’ve had since I’ve been here,” DC Charlie McBride said.
Tom's Time: Big Crowd, Another Big-Game Miss, in Seattle
18 days ago by Mike Babcock
No. 12 Nebraska wasn't the favorite at No. 2 Washington in 1992, but there was hope the Huskers' recent big-game shortcomings might be in the past.
Tom's Time: Huskers Lose a Half to Looking Ahead
25 days ago by Mike Babcock
With a trip to second-ranked Washington a week away, Nebraska struggled for a half against Middle Tennessee State. The word "laughingstock" was reportedly used at halftime.
Tom's Time: Bizarre Breaks in the Huskers' 1992 QB Race
1 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Mike Grant was atop Nebraska's depth chart in the spring of 1992 before an injury opened the door for Tony Veland, who was atop the depth chart in fall camp before an injury opened the door for a true freshman.
Tom's Time: Huskers Open '92 Season with High Hopes . . . and Anxiety
1 mo ago by Mike Babcock
By 1992, being very good wasn't quite good enough for some Nebraska fans. The Huskers needed to get over the hump, a pressure that Tom Osborne acknowledged in the season opener.
Tom's Time: Huskers' 1992 Recruiting Class Sets the Stage
1 mo ago by Mike Babcock
The pursuit of Tommie Frazier dominated the headlines, but Nebraska's 1992 class included multiple players who would help key the Huskers' championship run to come.
Tom's Time: Bowl Woes Continue with Orange Bowl Shutout
1 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Nebraska played both national title winners in 1991. DC Charlie McBride said Washington was "hands down" the best team while AD Bob Devaney said it was Miami. The Hurricanes made a compelling case in that year's Orange Bowl
Tom's Time: Huskers Overcome OU, Weather, to Secure Orange Bowl Bid
2 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Colorado needed an Oklahoma win against Nebraska in 1991 to go to the Orange Bowl. The Huskers did not oblige.
Tom's Time: No Winner, No Loser at Boulder in 1991
2 mo ago by Mike Babcock
The 1991 Huskers had lost seven straight televised games, dating back multiple seasons. The streak would end that year against Colorado. Sorta.
Tom's Time: QB McCant Knocks the Wind out of Oklahoma State
2 mo ago by Mike Babcock
After a bounce-back win over No. 24 Arizona State, Nebraska quarterback Keithen McCant turned in a breathtaking performance in 1991's Big Eight opener.
Tom's Time: Huskers' Big-Game Struggles Didn't Turn Around Against Huskies
2 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Entering the 1991 Nebraska-Washington game the Huskers had lost four of their past five televised regular-season games. It would be five-of-six after the Huskies rallied to come back from two scores down.
Tom's Time: Rout of Rams Sets Up an Early Turning Point in 1991
3 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Nebraska had no trouble with Colorado State in the second game of the 1991 season setting up what one Husker said was the game that "is going to determine our season, where we’re going to go, what Nebraska is made of."
Tom's Time: 44 First Downs, 787 Yards and McCant Gets His Chance
3 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Nebraska amassed record-setting numbers in its season-opening win over Utah State in 1991, but there was also some general angst as well as uncertainty for the Huskers at quarterback.
Tom's Time: One Last Sting to End Huskers' 1990 Season
5 mo ago by Mike Babcock
No. 19 Nebraska was a 2-point favorite over No. 2 Georgia Tech in the 1991 Citrus Bowl. It didn't shake out that way.
Tom's Time: A Rushing Title, and Seven Turnovers, Lost at Oklahoma
5 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Oklahoma was ranked but not going anywhere after the Nebraska game in 1990 due to NCAA sanctions. The Sooners went out on a high note as the Huskers had one of their worst games under Tom Osborne.
Tom's Time: Fourth Quarter Stampede Leads to Big Things for Buffs
5 mo ago by Mike Babcock
At the end of the third quarter, Nebraska was maintaining a shutout of Colorado. It was a fork in the road for the two programs near the end of the 1990 season.
Tom's Time: Huskers Get Rolling with Joseph Running the Show
5 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Nebraska quarterback Mickey Joseph had started games earlier in the 1990 season, but that was due to injury. Missouri was his first real start and the New Orleans native did not disappoint.
Tom's Time: Upset, and Embarrassment, Avoided Against Oregon State
5 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Halftime. Lincoln. 1990. Oregon State, a 51.5-point underdog, leads Nebraska. "I told them that they were on the verge of the biggest embarrassment in the history of the school . . ." Tom Osborne said.
Tom's Time: Blackshirts Bring In New Decade with Shutout of Baylor
6 mo ago by Mike Babcock
As the 1990 season began, Nebraska had questions to answer on offense but an experienced group of Blackshirts to lean on. The Huskers' 100th season began with a shutout.
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