Palmer Prefers to Lead, Not Follow
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
You can't find James Palmer Jr. on Twitter or get him off the court. His game, and the Huskers, are reaping the benefits.
NFL Draft Roundtable: Making Sense of a Lean Year for Nebraska
2 yr ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Hail Varsity staff members Derek Peterson, Greg Smith and Brandon Vogel offer some quick takeaways from Nebraska's 2018 draft and free agency signings.
Rich Fisher Talks About Recruiting Stanley Morgan and More
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Wideout Stanley Morgan Jr. landed the cover of this month's Hail Varsity magazine as we looked back on Morgan's decision to return to Lincoln. In the grand scheme of things, Fisher wasn't just instrumental in getting Morgan to Nebraska but also keeping him here.
Tanner Lee Reportedly Visiting with the Atlanta Falcons
2 yr ago by Hail Varsity Staff
The former Nebraska quarterback is reportedly meeting with Atlanta as one of the Falcons' top 30 prospects.
Will Farniok Impressing Early for Nebraska
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
With injuries at center and an opportunity to impress, Will Farniok is making a strong case for playing time early this spring.
Borchardt, Trueblood Earn Academic All-Big Ten Honors
2 yr ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Two Husker hoops players earned Academic All-Big Ten honors Wednesday.
Huskers Don't Get Enough Boards, Nor Make Enough Shots, to Beat ASU
2 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Rebounding throughout and a third-quarter scoring drought sent No. 10 Nebraska home early from the NCAA Tournament with a 73-62 loss to No. 7 Arizona State in the first round.
100 Days of Frost: Everybody Won with the Peach Bowl Win
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
In 100 days of Frost advisories in Nebraska, his most important moment might not have really had anything to do with Nebraska. 
Report: Bob Diaco Heading to Oklahoma
2 yr ago by Hail Varsity Staff
The former Nebraska defensive coordinator is reportedly heading to Oklahoma to be a defensive analyst.
Tim Miles, Nebraska Feel 'Slapped In The Face' After NIT Selection
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska Coach Tim Miles was as shocked as anyone at the Huskers' seed in the NIT.
Nebraska Draws 5-Seed in NIT, Will Face Mississippi State
2 yr ago by Brandon Vogel
The Huskers (22-10) are headed to Starkville, Mississippi, to face 4-seed Mississippi State 21-11 in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament.
Nebraska Misses Out on NCAA Tournament Bid
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
The NCAA selection committee said Sunday what some in Lincoln had feared: Nebraska hadn't done enough to earn an automatic bid into the field of 68.
The 2018 NCAA Tournament Bubble Primer
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Taking a close look at the teams on the bubble, and which results help Nebraska this weekend.
Nebraska's Thorny Trip to The Garden | The Varsity Club Podcast
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Greg Smith and Jacob Padilla join the podcast to help wrap up Nebraska's (short) stay at the Big Ten Tournament, as well as offer a few thoughts on some Huskers at the NFL Combine.
Huskers Fall Again to Maryland, 66-53 in Big Ten Semis
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska played the Terps even for a quarter, but hit just one field goal in the second as Maryland advanced to the Big Ten championship game.
Huskers Advance to Big Ten Semis with 61-54 Win Over Michigan
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska used a late fourth-quarter run to put away Michigan as Hannah Whitish led the way for the Huskers with 17 points and seven rebounds.
A Short Trip to New York and Now a Long Wait for Nebraska
2 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska’s stay in New York City ended and its wait for selection Sunday began on Friday afternoon as the No. 4 seed Huskers fell to No. 5 Michigan 77-58 in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament at Madison Square Garden.
3 Takeaways from the Huskers' 77-58 Loss to Michigan
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Michigan big-man Moritz Wagner got revenge, Nebraska couldn't get a bucket in the first half and the Huskers' tournament hopes likely took a big hit.
The March to March: Huskers Need a Strong Closing Argument in NYC
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
March is here and by any objective measure Nebraska still needs to strengthen its NCAA Tournament case this weekend in New York City.
Huskers Get Nebraska-Focused in Preparation for Big Ten Tournament
2 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska doesn't yet know who it will play on Friday in the Big Ten Tournament, but Tim Miles knows the Huskers will be ready to go after earning a double bye.
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