Bill Moos
Back to Full Practices, Black Friday and More from AD Bill Moos
5 days ago by Erin Sorensen
Nebraska is back to full practices. During his monthly show on Husker Sports Nightly, Athletic Director Bill Moos spoke about Nebraska's practices, Black Friday and plenty more.
Little to Gain in Bemoaning Nebraska's New Schedule
7 days ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska will open its season against Ohio State, then face Wisconsin, then face Northwestern and Penn State. It's a challenging open, and Nebraska's Athletic Director is not happy about it.
Moos Thanks Fans for Support, Respects Big Ten's 'No Fans' Rule
9 days ago by Derek Peterson
In a letter sent to season-ticket holders Saturday morning, Nebraska's Athletic Director thanked fans for their continued support, and again expressed his disappointment in the Big Ten's decision to prohibit fan attendance. But, he said, Nebraska will "respect" it.
Bill Moos Discusses Nebraska Football's Return on Sports Nightly
11 days ago by Jacob Padilla
After a busy day of NCAA news including the return of college football in the Big Ten, Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos joined Greg Sharpe on Wednesday Night’s edition of Sports Nightly.
Bill Moos and Ronnie Green Talk Testing Protocols, Fans, Black Friday and More
11 days ago by Derek Peterson
The Big Ten is back, and UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green and Nebraska AD Bill Moos held a news conference to answer questions about its return. They covered a lot. We recap everything you need to know from an informational overload kind of Wednesday afternoon.
WATCH: Bill Moos, Ronnie Green Talk Big Ten Football Return to Play
11 days ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos and Chancellor Ronnie Green met with the media via Zoom to discuss the Big Ten's decision to return to play for football. Moos and Green discuss the Oct. 23 and 24 weekend, what fans can expect, testing protocols and plenty more.
Big Ten ADs Already at Work, Return to Competition Task Force Up Next
1 mo ago by Erin Sorensen
What’s next for the Big Ten Conference? That's the question that the Big Ten Return to Competition Task Force, which includes UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green and Coach Scott Frost, hopes to answer.
Huskers AD Moos on Winter Football, a Fall Spring Game & Practice Hours
1 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos touched on a number of topics during his monthly radio show, including efforts to work out a winter or spring schedule, limits on practice, a spring game in the fall and more.
Door Closed on Fall Ball, Husker AD Moos Says Playing 'Not Permissible'
1 mo ago by Derek Peterson
During an appearance on the Husker Sports Nightly radio show Thursday night, Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos said Nebraska had held out hope as late as Wednesday for playing football games this fall, but that doing so is "not permissible" by the league.
Moos Talks Attendance Decisions Timeline, Refunds in Letter to Fans
1 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
In a letter sent to football season ticket holders Friday afternoon, Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos shared information on a timeline for attendance decisions, refund information and more.
Bill Moos Confident Nebraska Will Have 'Nice Crowds' This Fall
1 mo ago by Derek Peterson
The Big Ten announced its new football schedules and Nebraska hopes to have fans in the stands this fall. Athletic Director Bill Moos expressed confidence the Huskers wouldn’t just have players on the field in Memorial Stadium this fall but fans in the stands during an appearance on Sports Nightly.
Running Back Battles, NCAA Guidelines, and Payouts
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Staff writer Derek Peterson looks at what might actually be depth in Nebraska's running back room for the first time in a while, a potential flaw in the armor of the NCAA's proposed safety measures, and more in his weekly column.
Husker Athletic Department to Trim Fiscal 2021 Budget by 10%
3 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska athletics announced Friday a plan to trim its budget for the upcoming fiscal year by 10%, as well as implement cost-saving measures throughout the department.
From Afar It Looked a Good Move Then, Big Ten Still Right Move Now
3 mo ago by Derek Peterson
The 2020 Hail Varsity Football Yearbook hits mailboxes and newsstands very soon. In anticipation, we’re sharing stories that hit the cutting room floor from our main features. One of them went back to the years surrounding Nebraska’s move from the Big 12 to the Big Ten.
Huskers Unveil Plans, Safety Protocols for Student-Athletes' Return
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
In a release Friday afternoon, Nebraska detailed its plan for bringing student-athletes back to campus, including initial COVID-19 testing, quarantine, and temperature checks before entering athletic department facilities.
Padding the Stats: Huskers Riding the Wave
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Bill Moos joined Greg Sharpe on Tuesday for his monthly Sports Nightly appearance, and among many other things he spoke about a change of heart he's had on a very important topic.
Bill Moos Optimistic It Could Be 'Football As We Remember It'
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
On the Husker Sports Nightly radio show Tuesday night, Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos expressed optimism that not only would college football go on this fall, but that fans in some capacity would be able to see it live and in-person.
Moos Controlling What He Can, Pleased With Virtual Spring Game
5 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Athletic director Bill Moos joined Sports Nightly on Monday to talk about life during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as to share his joy over the virtual spring game and to discuss controlling what you can control.
Another Exception? NCAA May Have to Make One for Spring Practices
6 mo ago by Erin Sorensen
Losing the spring game is one thing for Nebraska. Losing the spring practices is another. Athletic director Bill Moos shared on Sports Nightly about wanting back those 13 practices that the Huskers couldn't use for a later time, but what does that look like?
Amid Coronavirus Concerns, Fan-Less Spring Game Not Yet Option
6 mo ago by Derek Peterson
University officials, along with representatives for the Nebraska athletic department, had discussions Friday centered around university prevention and response to growing COVID-19 concerns. Among the issues discussed: Nebraska football’s spring game on April 18.
 
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