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Padding the Stats: Cornerstones of the 2020 Huskers
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska football has a lot of question marks up and down the lineup, but Jacob Padilla identified what he thinks are the most stable positions and dependable players for the Huskers heading into 2020.
Ben Stille Steps Into Leadership Role in Inexperienced D-Line Room
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
With spring ball interrupted and three starters for Tony Tuioti to replace on the defensive line, senior Ben Stille has become even more important to the Huskers as he's stepped into a leadership role in an otherwise inexperienced room.
Nebraska Roster Reset: Defensive Line
6 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. Next up is a look at the defensive line.
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Scoring the Huskers: Defensive Line
6 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Over the course of a couple of weeks, we’re going to score Nebraska’s position groups on a 10-point scale based on where things stand right now, this instant, with early-enrollee freshmen on campus. First up is the defensive line.
Robinson Leads the Way of New Faces for Nebraska Against Wisconsin
8 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
With two starters nursing injuries last Saturday, Nebraska had to turn to some new faces—including true freshman Ty Robinson—on the defensive line against Wisconsin.
Play of the Game: Purdue's Game-Winning Touchdown
9 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Once again, Nebraska had a chance to make a play late to win a close game, and once again the Huskers couldn't do it. This week's Play of the Game is the go-ahead touchdown by Purdue late that proved to be the game-winner.
Husker Losses Prompt Questions, Frost 'Doesn't Question' His Coaches
9 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska's losses in 2019 have prompted a number of questions, specifically geared toward Scott Frost's assistant coaches. But Frost is confident in who he has by his side.
Play of the Game: Nebraska Defense Can't Deliver in Crucial Moment
9 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
This week’s Play of the Game is Indiana quarterback Peyton Ramsey’s third-down run late in the fourth quarter that moved the chains and allowed the Hoosiers to run out the clock.
Play of the Game: Minnesota's Second Quarter Touchdown
10 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska got pushed around from start to finish in its 34-7 loss at Minnesota, and that's why this week's Play of the Game is Minnesota's 15-yard touchdown run in the second quarter in which the Nebraska defense broke down at all three levels.
With Huskers Heading Back to Minnesota, Let's Talk Progress
10 mo ago by Derek Peterson
The offseason hype around Nebraska may have led some to believe the Huskers' climb back up the mountain would be easy. It isn't, but the program is making progress.
With Khalil Davis Out, Ben Stille Shines in Expanded Role
10 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska might have been down its most productive lineman in Khalil Davis against Northwestern, but Ben Stille stepped right in and had his best game of the season.
24-Hour Rule Helps Huskers Move Forward, Even if Feelings Linger
10 mo ago by Erin Sorensen
Nebraska has a 24-hour rule and it serves a purpose to help the Huskers move forward. That doesn't mean some feelings don't linger.
Tracking Nebraska's Defensive Participation Against Colorado
11 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
After week one, we took a look at how Nebraska used its offensive personnel against South Alabama. This week, we're looking at the other side of the ball.
Hundred Ways Nebraska Lost 34-31 to Colorado, But Only One Matters
11 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska knows what it takes to be a good football team. And it knows its not there yet.
What a Difference a Year Makes for Nebraska
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
The Huskers staff doesn't like to make comparisons between Year 1 and Year 2 from Central Florida to Nebraska. But what a difference a year can make.
Love or Hate: Earning it On the Field, Husker Power and More
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Derek Peterson runs through some of coach Scott Frost's comments from Thursday about his team having to earn its place, defensive line depth, center health, Husker Power and more.
Nebraska's Summer Gains and Updated Measurables Entering Year 2
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
If last year at Nebraska was about just adding size and getting guys into football shape, it seems this offseason was about getting dudes in Frost Football Shape.
Comparing Sacks, Tackles for Loss Between Nebraska and UCF
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Scott Frost has avoided making the Year 2 comparison between Central Florida and Nebraska, but that doesn’t mean we have to. Jacob Padilla compares the two programs under Frost's watch in terms of sacks and tackles for loss.
Sights and Sounds from Nebraska's First-Ever OL/DL Pipeline Camp
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska hosted the first-ever OL/DL Pipeline Camp inside Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon. We have the sights and sounds.
Battle Between the Lines Has Been Fierce for Nebraska This Spring
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Everything starts in the trenches in football, and the battle between the lines in practice has been fierce all spring long from what the coaches have said.
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