Jaron Woodyard
Husker Wideout Jaron Woodyard Expected to Transfer
8 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Nebraska wideout Jaron Woodyard is expected to transfer out of the program, a Nebraska spokesperson confirmed to Hail Varsity Sunday evening.
A Sense of Urgency from the Huskers' Wide Receivers
11 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Troy Walters thinks the Nebraska wideouts can go seven or eight deep this season not because two guys can’t solidify themselves as stars, but because so many guys are playing with a sense of urgency.
Wide Receiver Position a Wildcard for Huskers in 2019
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
What should fans expect from Nebraska's wide receivers in 2019? Jacob Padilla breaks down the group, which is a pretty big wildcard for the Huskers.
Play of the Game: Martinez's 21-yard Touchdown Pass to Woodyard
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
The Play of the Game for the 2019 Spring Game — as determined by you, the people, with 58 percent of the vote — is Adrian Martinez’s 21-yard touchdown pass to Jaron Woodyard.
Nebraska Players 'Don't Want' Student-Athlete Life NCAA is Pushing
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
After an NCAA video portraying a day in the life of a student-athlete went viral for the wrong reasons, we asked a couple Huskers about the video. Turns out it's not all that accurate.
Jaron Woodyard Making His Case During Nebraska Spring Ball
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
The competition at wide receiver picked up once again on Monday as the Huskers resumed spring practice and, armed with a better understanding of the playbook than a year ago, senior Jaron Woodyard is seeking to make a strong case for himself.
No Hangover for the Huskers, Practice Resumes at Championship Standard
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska football went back to work on Monday and the coaches came away happy with the attention to detail coming off a week-long break.
Nebraska Seeking Consistency and Physicality from its Receiver Group
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
This Husker staff has a saying on offense: “No block, no rock.” And in 2019, Nebraska is seeking consistency and physicality from its wide receivers.
Breaking Down Nebraska's Offense Ahead of Spring Football
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
The Huskers will hit the practice fields inside the Hawks Championship Center on Monday and begin their preparation for the 2019 season. With that in mind, we’re breaking down a few key position battles on each side of the ball to keep an eye on during spring ball. First up is the offense.
5 Nebraska Seniors to Watch During Spring Ball
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Spring is a great time to focus on the younger players on Nebraska's roster, but don't forget about the seniors. Here are five the Huskers need to make an impact now.
Nebraska's Biggest Position Battles | The Varsity Club Podcast
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Brandon Vogel joins the pod to share his AAF experience and count down the five most important position battles facing the Huskers in spring ball.
Scoring the Huskers: Wide Receivers
1 yr 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 wideouts.
Nebraska's Preparing for a Changing Illinois Defense
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Illinois head coach Lovie Smith took over play-calling duties for the Illini, and Nebraska coaches noticed a difference right away on film. That and more from Wednesday's practice.
WATCH: All About the Signatures at Nebraska's Fan Day
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
We went into Fan Day with three questions for Husker players and coaches: who was your first autograph, when did you give your first autograph and who has the worst handwriting? Their answers did not disappoint.
Notes from a Photoshoot: Number News, New Shoes & Noah's Waiver
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
How about another behind-the-scenes look at what went down at Hail Varsity's 2018 Yearbook photoshoot? This time with some notes on what the Huskers were saying as they came through.
Huskers On the Hunt for a Few Good Return Men this Spring
2 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
What can fans expect from Nebraska's return game in 2018? Special teams coordinator Jovan Dewitt said that depends on who wins the return jobs, and the coaches aren't limiting the field of candidates.
LISTEN: Views from the Other Side, QB/WR Edition
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
The Views Pod returns as Derek Peterson and Greg Smith begin a four-part series breaking down the 2018 Huskers. Up first: quarterbacks and wide receivers.
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