Eli Sullivan
A Number You Won't Believe, Under-the-Radar Loss & Draft Questions
1 mo ago by Derek Peterson
With his weekly column, staff writer Derek Peterson takes a look at a recent quarterback ranking that was beyond unkind to junior Husker Adrian Martinez, a key topic of discussion as draft-eligible players try to decide their next steps, and more.
Huskers Taking Advantage of Every Path to Build Up Walk-On Program
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Bill Moos and Scott Frost talked about the importance of building up the walk-on program from the moment Frost arrived in Lincoln, and over the last few years the coaching staff has taken advantage of a lot of different avenues to back up that talk.
Nebraska Roster Reset: Defensive Backs
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 the vast majority 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 secondary.
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Nebraska's Defense Has Been on the Field a Lot, They Say No Problem
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
The Nebraska defense has been on the field a lot through the first three games of the season. It's no problem though if you ask the Huskers' defenders.
Tracking Nebraska's Defensive Participation Against Colorado
1 yr 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.
'Coach On the Field' Eli Sullivan Was Ready When Called Upon
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
When Nebraska released it’s first depth chart prior to the season opener, Eli Sullivan, a junior walk-on safety, was listed with the third string. In the third quarter against South Alabama, however, Sullivan had his number called on defense, and he was ready for it.
Huskers Show Improvement in Return Game Against South Alabama
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Jovan Dewitt said during fall camp he thought the Huskers could be more aggressive in the return game this season and that proved to be true in the season-opening win over South Alabama.
 
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