Ben Stille
Sights and Sounds from Nebraska's First-Ever OL/DL Pipeline Camp
1 mo 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
3 mo 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.
Tony Tuioti Brings Consistency to Nebraska's Defensive Line
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska's new defensive line coach for 2019 is its third new defensive line coach in as many years. But Tony Tuioti doesn't need to learn this Husker defense in order to teach it. Turns out that's kind of important.
5 Nebraska Juniors to Watch During Spring Ball
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
We're continuing our run up to the start of spring football at Nebraska with a look at five juniors to watch in 2019.
Scoring the Huskers: Defensive Line
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Last week, we scored the Huskers’ offense by position group. This week, it’s time for the defense, starting with the line.
Ben Stille, Nebraska's Newest Blackshirt, Wanted to Earn It
8 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska defensive lineman turned down a Blackshirt last week. This week he explained why he has one.
Ben Stille Explains Decision to Decline Blackshirt
8 mo ago by Greg Smith
Sophomore defensive end Ben Stille was offered a Blackshirt on Tuesday. He declined, saying it was something he still has yet to earn with Nebraska.
In Minnesota Win, Nebraska's Defense Earned a Few More Blackshirts
9 mo ago by Derek Peterson
On Tuesday, corner Lamar Jackson, safety Tre Neal and defensive linemen Carlos and Khalil Davis all left practice wearing black instead of the yellow the defense had been in since fall camp.
Win or Lose, Ben Stille Has Ultimate Support System From Grandma
10 mo ago by Erin Sorensen
Nebraska defensive end Ben Stille is living his dream by playing for the Huskers. Dorothy Mattea, Stille's 90-year-old grandma, is proud to watch him on this journey.
Nebraska Looking for More From a Confident and Comfortable Ben Stille
11 mo ago by Derek Peterson
With so much talk focused on Nebraska's secondary this offseason, it can be easy to forget about someone like Ben Stille. He shouldn't be, though.
Mentality Shift Underway for Nebraska as Fall Camp Begins
11 mo ago by Greg Smith
Nebraska football has plenty it wants to prove this season and the shift in mentality is a step in the right direction.
Nebraska Position Previews by the Numbers: Defensive Line
11 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Hail Varsity's numbers-based position previews roll on and shift their focus to the defensive line.
Hot Reads: 5 Key Huskers This Spring
1 yr ago by Brandon Vogel
Developmental is critical across the board for Nebraska this spring, but these five players have a chance to really raise the Huskers' ceiling in 2018 with a good month of practice.
Huskers Looking for Technique Geeks at Outside Linebacker
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Outside linebacker in this scheme isn't that hard in terms of assignments said Coach Jovan Dewitt, but it does require a specific skill set. An obsession with technique doesn't hurt either.
LISTEN: Views from the Other Side, DL/LB Edition
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Greg Smith and Derek Peterson are back, but Brandon Vogel makes his Views Pod debut as the guys discuss the Blackshirts' front seven in 2018.
The Snap Count: The Huskers' Defensive Personnel Against Illinois
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Jacob Padilla takes another deep dive into Nebraska's defensive personnel choices.
WATCH: Mike Riley Talks Ben Stille, Wisconsin and More
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
The head coach talked about a number of different topics at his Monday morning press conference. We broke down the top five moments for you.
Stille, Blackshirts Are Bringing the Fun Back
1 yr ago by Brandon Vogel
Redshirt freshman Ben Stille was a third-string defensive end little more than a week ago. Now he leads the Huskers in tackles for a loss, and things are getting fun for the Blackshirts.
Huskers Still Sorting Through Options on D-Line
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
A big part of fall camp as Nebraska transitions to the 3-4 defense is about finding where players belong in the new scheme, and with two weeks of camp in the books the defensive line in particular is far from settled.
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