What's a Fair Win Total for Nebraska's New Big Ten Schedule?
6 days ago by Brandon Vogel
Nebraska has its new, eight-game schedule? What's fair to expect from the Huskers based on what we think we know now?
Each Big Ten Team to Get 9 Games with a Plus-One Schedule
10 days ago by Brandon Vogel
Wisconsin Athletic Director and Big Ten Scheduling Subcommittee chair Barry Alvarez shared the first details on the new conference schedule.
Spring Football Proposal Could Impact Big Ten's Return-to-Play Talks
22 days ago by Brandon Vogel
The Football Oversight Committee offered its recommendations for spring football seasons, presenting conferences that have postponed, including the Big Ten, with some difficult choices.
Nebraska Athletics Announces Additional Cost Savings Measures
1 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Further budget cuts have come to Nebraska, including furloughs and salary cuts. The athletic department released the details Friday afternoon.
Nebraska Parents Pen Letter to Big Ten Officials
1 mo ago by Greg Smith
The parents of Nebraska football players have drafted a letter to the Big Ten to let their voices be heard on the decision to postpone the 2020 season. Hail Varsity has more reaction from parents on why this move was important.
Parents Weigh Mental Toll of Pandemic on Student-Athletes
1 mo ago by Greg Smith
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a wide-range of effects on student-athletes that were not originally considered. Recruiting analyst Greg Smith spoke with Husker parents about the mental and emotional toll these this time has taken.
Purdue Coach Jeff Brohm Proposes Big Ten Schedule for Spring Football
1 mo ago by Erin Sorensen
What would football look like in the spring? Purdue coach Jeff Brohm shared a proposal on Thursday that hopes to answer just that for the Big Ten Conference.
Without Football, Apparently the Ideals the Sport Holds Dear are Null
1 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
All of the things football supposedly teaches us, the reason it's an integral part of society, have become hard to find in the reaction to the Big Ten and PAC-12's decisions to postpone.
Nebraska Would Play, But Can It? B1G Commissioner Declines to Say
1 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
The University of Nebraska, from the top down, has made it clear it wants to play football this fall. Can it now that the Big Ten has officially postponed? Conference commissioner Kevin Warren declined to say.
Big Ten Postpones 2020 Fall Sports Season, Hopes to Play in Spring
1 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
The Big Ten Conference announced Tuesday afternoon that all fall sports for the 2020 season have been postponed. Conference presidents voted to postpone the seasons, rather than canceling, in hopes of playing in the spring.
Frost: Nebraska Committed to Playing this Fall, Big Ten or Not
1 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Nebraska head coach Scott Frost met with the media Monday, amid rumors of a canceled football season, and stated the university's commitment to playing this fall.
Hot Reads: No 'Red Light, Green Light' for Return of College Sports
4 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
In an interview Friday night, NCAA president Mark Emmert showed just how much of the decisions to be made will fall to individual institutions.
Big Ten Extends Suspension of Team Activities
4 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
The Big Ten announced that it has extended its previous suspension of all team activities, scheduled to end May 4, until June 1.
WATCH: 2020 Nebraska Virtual Spring Game
5 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
No spring game? Not around here. Nebraska may not be able to gather at Memorial Stadium due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that’s not stopping the Huskers from making the best of it.
Nebraska Virtual Spring Game 2020: Time, Live Stream, Rosters
5 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Nebraska’s annual Red-White Spring Game may have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean the Huskers are letting the day go by without some fanfare. Nebraska will host a virtual spring game using rosters built from legendary Huskers.
Former Huskers Preparing for the NFL Draft in a World of Unknowns
5 mo ago by Derek Peterson
It would be understandable if guys preparing for the 2020 NFL Draft, a moment they've waited their entire lives for, had a little self-pity over the way the entire process has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. But a few Huskers have kept a positive mindset instead.
Hot Reads: Bohl Covers Scholarship Costs for Wyoming Spring-Sport Seniors
5 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Wyoming football coach Craig Bohl and his wife, Leia, are covering the scholarship costs for spring-sport seniors who hope to return to Laramie after their 2020 seasons were cut short by the COVID-19 outbreak.
NCAA Extends Eligibility for Spring Sport Athletes Impacted by COVID-19
5 mo ago by Erin Sorensen
The NCAA Division I Council voted Monday in favor of giving college athletes who participate in spring sports, like baseball and softball, an extra year of eligibility.
Hot Reads: Financial Toll of No March Madness Comes into Focus
6 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
A few weeks ago the NCAA planned to distribute nearly $600 million in revenue to schools. That was before the NCAA Tournament, and all other championships were canceled. Now the governing body is sending out $225 million.
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?
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