2019
Nebraska Film Study: Safety Deontai Williams
9 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Deontai Williams was poised for a big season in 2019 before a shoulder injury shut him down before the end of the first quarter in week one. However, he's healthy now and ready to step back into the lineup as a dynamic, versatile playmaker in Nebraska's secondary.
Nebraska Film Study: Outside Linebacker Garrett Nelson
16 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Garrett Nelson, the pride of the Nebraska Panhandle, was one of the few true freshmen who burned their redshirts in 2019. He played in 11 games and logged snaps on defense in 10 of them. Jacob Padilla broke down the film.
Nebraska Film Study: Cornerback Braxton Clark
22 days ago by Jacob Padilla
After a promising redshirt freshman season, Braxton Clark will look to step into a larger role for a secondary in need of a long, athletic corner following Lamar Jackson's departure.
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Nebraska Film Study: Defensive End Casey Rogers
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Casey Rogers got his feet wet as a redshirt freshman in 2019, appearing in four games. With all three defensive line starters off to the NFL, Rogers will have a chance to play a much larger role in 2020, so Jacob Padilla took a look at the film to see what the sophomore brings to the table.
Nebraska Film Study: Linebacker Luke Reimer
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Walk-on linebacker Luke Reimer was one of four true freshmen to burn his redshirt in 2019, and although he only logged 14 real snaps on defense, he showed why the coaches couldn't keep him off the field enough to limit him to four games.
Nebraska Film Study: Defensive Lineman Keem Green
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Keem Green arrived in Lincoln with plenty of buzz, but he wasn't able to earn a spot in Nebraska's regular rotation on the defensive line in 2019. Jacob Padilla dove into the film to learn what kept Green off the field.
Nebraska Film Study: Right Tackle Bryce Benhart
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Bryce Benhart missed out one some valuable practice reps with the cancellation of spring football, but with a little more polishing he very well could be part of Nebraska’s “best five” up front in 2020.
Nebraska Film Review: Defensive Lineman Ty Robinson
2 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Ty Robinson was one of Nebraska's biggest recruiting wins in the 2019 class, but fans only go a couple of chances to see him play as a freshman as he took advantage of the four-game redshirt rule. Jacob Padilla looked back at all of his snaps to get a feel for his strengths and weaknesses.
Padding the Stats: Most Memorable Games of 2019-20
2 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
It's finals week at Nebraska, marking the end of the 2019-20 academic calendar at Nebraska. With that being the case, Jacob Padilla thought it would be a good time to look back at the best games he covered in each of his beats this season.
On Cam Taylor-Britt's Positional Versatility, and All the Value that Brings
3 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska's junior cornerback shared a "Why Nebraska" message on Twitter this week, so staff writer Derek Peterson gives his best pitch for "Why Cam Taylor-Britt" when it comes to potential breakout candidates this season.
Nebraska Film Review: Running Back Rahmir Johnson
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Rahmir Johnson redshirted in 2019 but still took advantage of the rule changes to play in four games. All of his touches came in the Northern Illinois and Maryland games, and Jacob Padilla looked back at the film to see what strengths and weaknesses Johnson showed as a true freshman.
Padding the Stats: What Ifs From a College Basketball Season Cut Short
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Dayton high-flyer Obi Toppin took home the Wooden Award on Tuesday, and that launched Jacob Padilla down a rabbit hole of what ifs from a terrific season of college basketball season cut short.
Checking in on Nebraska Basketball's Junior College Commits
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska has three junior college commits – Teddy Allen and Lat Mayen in 2020 and Keisei Tominaga in 2021 – and all three are coming off a strong season.
Padding the Stats: On the NCAA's Decision Regarding Winter Athletes
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
The NCAA did the right thing granting spring athletes another season of eligibility. Jacob Padilla writes the NCAA probably got it right by declining to offer the same eligibility for winter athletes as well, unfortunately.
Padding the Stats: Takeaways from Fred Hoiberg's First Year in Lincoln
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Expectations were low for Nebrasketball heading into year one under Fred Hoiberg, but the Huskers still found a way to fall short of them with a program record for losses. Jacob Padilla shares what he learned from a tough year on the hardwood in Lincoln.
Nebraska Basketball Player Reviews: the Freshmen
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska’s season came to an end with a loss to Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament. Nebraska’s roster will look very different next season, but it’s still worth looking back to see what worked and what didn’t in Fred Hoiberg’s first season in Lincoln. Our final look is at Nebraska's freshman class.
Nebraska Basketball Player Reviews: Junior College Transfers
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska’s season came to an end with a loss to Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament. Nebraska’s roster will look very different next season, but it’s still worth looking back to see what worked and what didn’t in Fred Hoiberg’s first season in Lincoln. Next up: the junior college transfers.
Nebraska Basketball Player Reviews: Roster Holdovers
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska’s season came to an end with a loss to Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament. Nebraska’s roster will look very different next season, but it’s still worth looking back to see what worked and what didn’t in Fred Hoiberg’s first season in Lincoln. Next up: the 2018-19 roster holdovers.
Nebraska Basketball Player Reviews: Grad Transfers
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska’s season came to an end with a loss to Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament. Nebraska’s roster will look very different next season, but it’s still worth looking back to see what worked and what didn’t in Fred Hoiberg’s first season in Lincoln. First up: the grad transfers.
2020 State Tournament Notebook: All-Tournament Honors, Family Ties
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Despite cancellations all across the country and work over the past week, the Nebraska boys state basketball tournament rolled on Thursday, Friday and Saturday with limited crowds. Jacob Padilla was there chronicling all 18 games at Pinnacle Bank Arena and opened up his notebook.
 
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