Fred Hoiberg
Huskers Announce Three-Year Basketball Series with Kansas State
2 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska will rekindle an old rivalry with the Wildcats of Kansas State in 2020 as the two teams will square off in each of the next three seasons.
Relationships, Trust Key as Huskers Continue to Build
5 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska's roster continues to undergo changes as the Huskers are linked to a new transfer seemingly every other day. Assistant coach Matt Abdelmassih offered some insight into Nebraska's recruiting philosophy on an episode of Sports Nightly during the season, and it's worth revisiting now.
Padding the Stats: Takeaways from Fred Hoiberg's First Year in Lincoln
6 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Expectations were low for Nebrasketball heading into year one under Fred Hoiberg, but the Huskers still found a way to fall short of them with a program record for losses. Jacob Padilla shares what he learned from a tough year on the hardwood in Lincoln.
Nebraska Basketball Player Reviews: Roster Holdovers
12 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska’s season came to an end with a loss to Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament. Nebraska’s roster will look very different next season, but it’s still worth looking back to see what worked and what didn’t in Fred Hoiberg’s first season in Lincoln. Next up: the 2018-19 roster holdovers.
Western Illinois Grad Transfer Kobe Webster Commits to Nebraska
17 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska picked up its second transfer named Kobe his season as Western Illinois graduate transfer Kobe Webster announced his commitment to Nebraska on Twitter on Saturday morning.
Huskers' Season Comes to an End, Hoiberg Leaves Early with Apparent Illness
19 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska’s season came to an end on Wednesday night, but before the final buzzer sounded on the 89-64 loss to Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament, Coach Fred Hoiberg had already left the bench while feeling sick.
Huskers Starting Over at 0-0 in Big Ten Tournament
21 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Fred Hoiberg told his team to leave the 16-game losing streak, the 2-18 league record and the 7-24 overall record in the past. Nebraska is starting over at 0-0 on Wednesday night as the Huskers prepare to play against Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament.
Nebraska’s Regular Season Ends with 107-75 Loss at Minnesota
23 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska’s regular season mercifully came to an end on Sunday afternoon as the Golden Gophers ran the short-handed Huskers off the elevated floor at the Barn in a 107-75 Minnesota win.
Nebraska Guards Cam Mack, Dachon Burke Jr. Suspended Indefinitely
24 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska announced on Saturday morning that sophomore point guard Cam Mack and junior shooting guard Dachon Burke Jr. have both been suspended indefinitely ahead of Nebraska’s regular season finale at Minnesota on Sunday.
Huskers Want to Live by the 3, But They're Mostly Dying
24 days ago by Jacob Padilla
This year's Nebraska team is the worst 3-point shooting team Fred Hoiberg has coached in his six seasons at the college level. Will the Huskers be able to turn that around in 2020-21?
Mack-Less Huskers Mauled By Wolverines
25 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Ball security was one of the big focuses in practice this week for Nebraska after a season-high 21 turnovers against Northwestern, but it didn’t show on Thursday as Nebraska fell at No. 25 Michigan 82-58.
PBA Postmortem: Huskers Finish 5-11 at the Vault
29 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Fred Hoiberg's first season at Pinnacle Bank Arena wrapped up on Sunday evening with Nebraska's overtime loss to Northwestern on Senior Day. It did not go well.
Free-Throws Prove Costly in Huskers' Overtime Loss to Northwestern
29 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Twenty-two missed free throws proved costly on Sunday as Nebraska dropped its 14th consecutive game with an 81-76 loss to Northwestern in overtime.
Husker Seniors Leave Behind Foundation of Hard Work, Resiliency
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
As Nebraska's two seniors get set to walk out onto the Pinnacle Bank Arena court for the final time on Sunday, Haanif Cheatham and Matej Kavas are hoping to leave behind a foundation of hard work and resiliency that Fred Hoiberg can build upon in the years to come.
Huskers Fall Behind Early and Never Recover in Loss to Ohio State
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
In most of the games during Nebraska’s extended losing streak, it’s taken one big run to knock the Huskers out. On Thursday, that run came early as Ohio State took control early and cruised to a 75-54 win, handing Nebraska it’s 13th straight loss.
Huskers Eying Opportunity to Buck Losing Trend Against Ohio State
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
The Huskers are down to two games left at Pinnacle Bank Arena this season, the first of which is a rematch against an Ohio State team that will look very different than the one the Huskers saw back in January.
Padding the Stats: What Kind of Talent Can Nebraskeball Bring In?
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Even in the midst of the losingest season in program history, Fred Hoiberg has shown off plenty of coaching acumen. To turn flashes into consistent success, however, Nebraska needs talent, and that's the biggest question Hoiberg and his staff have to answer: how well can they recruit to Lincoln?
Ouedraogo Puts Together a Promising Stretch for the Huskers
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
After Yvan Ouedraogo started the first 23 games of his career, Fred Hoiberg decided to move him to the bench for a couple of games. The 17-year-old responded to the benching by putting together the best four-game stretch of his career and taking back his starting role.
Without Mack, Huskers Lack Execution in Loss at Illinois
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
The hits — and the losses — just keep coming for the Huskers. Cam Mack — dealing with an illness — didn’t make the trip to Champaign as Illinois outscored Nebraska 25-13 over the final 15 minutes to secure a 71-59 win over the Huskers on Monday night.
3 Thoughts from Nebraska's 71-59 Loss to Illinois
1 mo ago by Derek Peterson
What a strange season. Nebraska has now lost 20 games in a single season for the first time in program history, the latest coming in a 71-59 loss to Illinois on the road Monday night. Staff writer Derek Peterson offers three thoughts from the game.
 
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