Travis Vokolek
What Would We Have Heard About This Week from Husker Spring Ball?
5 mo ago by Derek Peterson
From depth charts to position names, staff writer Derek Peterson runs through some topics that would be right at the top of Husker discourse right now if things weren't so out of whack and spring ball was actually taking place.
Husker Tight Ends a Tight-Knit, Diverse Group with Addition of Vokolek
6 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Tight end has been the most stable position room at Nebraska since Scott Frost and his staff arrived in Lincoln, but even without spring ball, Rutgers transfer Travis Vokolek will look to shake up that depth chart in 2020.
Chris Hickman's Dual Role, and his Window of Opportunity this Spring
6 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Chris Hickman has quickly become the kind of player to just get on the field in whatever way possible. “He’s a dual guy, he’s always going to be that for us here at Nebraska,” tight ends coach Sean Beckton said Monday. In the spring, that's going to mean wideout duty.
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Nebraska Roster Reset: Pass-Catchers
8 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
The 2019 season has officially come to an end, which means its time to turn our sights toward 2020. With Nebraska locking in most of its recruiting class during the early signing period, now is a good time to take stock of where the roster stands. Today is a look at the pass-catchers.
Transfer TE Travis Vokolek Will Redshirt, But Hopes Are High for 2020
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska won't apply for a waiver to get its transfer tight end from Rutgers eligible immediately. The depth of the tight end room made that decision easy. But, this shouldn't be a lost year for Travis Vokolek.
'No Fear' for Austin Allen, Ready to Make an Impact for Nebraska
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
The Nebraska coaches want more out of their tight ends on and off the field, and redshirt sophomore Austin Allen thinks he's ready to take on that challenge.
Huskers Who Have Been Impressing Their Peers This Offseason
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Three guys go to Big Ten Media Days for Nebraska each year and the Huskers' three representatives impressed last week. But they're not the only ones impressing this offseason.
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