Travis Fisher
Pass Coverage Not Perfect for Nebraska, but Technique is Improving
21 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska's pass coverage is far from where it needs to be, but defensive backs coach Travis Fisher has seen plenty of improvement in his position group's technique.
Hard Work Pays off for Newest Nebraska Blackshirts
23 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Cornerback Lamar Jackson and safety Tre Neal joined the ranks of the Blackshirts on Tuesday.
Nebraska Wants a Win, but It's for More Than Just the Team
28 days ago by Erin Sorensen
Sitting at 0-6, Nebraska wants a win. But the Huskers want that win for more than just themselves. They want it for the fans that have supported them no matter the outcome.
DC Erik Chinander: 'We Have Wins on the Horizon'
1 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska defensive coordinator Erik Chinander shared some insight on the Huskers' late-game breakdowns at Northwestern while remaining optimistic about the future.
Brighter Days Ahead for Nebraska CB Lamar Jackson?
1 mo ago by Derek Peterson
It's probably safe at this point to say Nebraska cornerback Lamar Jackson has had an up and down season. A lot of downs, sure, but Saturday against Northwestern represented an up.
Nebraska Recruiting: Recruiting the Right Kids for the Huskers
1 mo ago by Greg Smith
Recruiting never stops and it's easy to miss the top stories day-to-day. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith recaps all things Nebraska recruiting news, analysis and more so you never miss a thing.
JUCO Corner Will Jackson Has Left Nebraska
2 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
After arriving in the summer and appearing to slide on the Huskers' depth chart, Will Jackson is leaving the program.
A 'Good Group of Nickels' Makes for an Intense Position Battle
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
There's been plenty of talk about who will man the corners for Nebraska in 2018, but the Huskers have plenty of options, and a fierce position battle, at nickel as well.
Fall Camp Roundtable: Wrapping Up Nebraska's First Week
3 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Nebraska is now a week into fall camp. With the Huskers off on Monday, the Hail Varsity Staff looks back on the first week of fall football.
Transfers Key to Huskers' Roster Rebuild, But For How Long?
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Scott Frost and his staff loaded up their first recruiting class with transfers from every source – sit-out transfers, graduate transfers and junior college transfers. Is that going to be what fans can expect from the Huskers every year moving forward?
Communication, Camaraderie Key for Huskers' Defense
5 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Whether it be in the lunch room or the weight room, this summer is all about laying the foundation – camaraderie, communication leadership – for Scott Frost's program in Lincoln.
Full Schedule Ahead of Huskers' Upcoming Statewide Tour
5 mo ago by Derek Peterson
AD Bill Moos, head coach Scott Frost and the rest of Nebraska's coaches are embarking on a tour of 26 cities and towns this June. Here's where you can find them.
Travis Fisher's Secondary is Simple: Produce, Rise, Keep Producing
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
The Nebraska coach has a production chart he keeps on the defensive backs. If you're at the top, you'll play.
WATCH: Defensive Assistants Talk About Expectations for Saturday
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Erik Chinander, Travis Fisher and Jovan Dewitt went over progress, expectations for Saturday's spring game and more after practice Thursday.
Huskers Make Progress with 'Best Day' of the Spring
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska coach Scott Frost was happy with the Huskers' first practice of the second week of spring ball. "I'm seeing guys start to get it," said Frost. That and more in our latest practice report.
A New Chance at Stability in the Huskers' Secondary
7 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska has had a revolving door of coaches for the defensive backs over the last several years. Could Travis Fisher be the one to stabilize things?
Tough Equals Championships
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
One challenge this offseason for the Huskers staff will be changing the notion that "tough equals punishment." At Nebraska, "tough equals championships."
Travis Fisher, Speed and Cross-Training in the Husker Secondary
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Strong safety and free safety? Defensive backs coach just looks at them as safeties. Same at corner. His message: Be prepared to do everything well.
Staff Continuity Could Be a Unique Advantage for Nebraska
9 mo ago by Derek Peterson
In moving from Central Florida to Nebraska, the Husker coaching staff "didn’t miss a beat." Continuity has its benefits.
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