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2018 Big Ten Media Days Superlatives: Best Dressed, Best Beard and More
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
In the quirky spirit of the Big Ten's annual kickoff to football season, we put together superlatives to put a bow on 2018’s Big Ten Media Days.
What You Need to Know From Day 2 of Big Ten Media Days
2 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
The Hail Varsity staff recaps the major beats from the second day of Big Ten Media Days in Chicago.
Lovie Smith Is Processing at Illinois
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Illinois went really young in 2017 and should see some benefit from that strategy in 2018. Or at least it better for Lovie Smith's sake.
Previewing the Big Ten West | The Varsity Club Podcast
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Erin Sorensen makes her Varsity Club debut to help preview the Big Ten West. We're also talking about offseason coverage, potential 2018 fan themes, beer at football games, Shake Shack and Chick-Fil-A.
Nebraska Will Miss the 2018 Big Ten Tournament
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
With a loss to Illinois on Friday, the Huskers will officially miss out on the conference's postseason tournament in Omaha.
Hot Reads: Quantifying the Highs and Lows from 2017
4 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
There are a surprising number of places rating each team performance of a season. Here's how a few of them viewed 2017.
What Each of Nebraska's 2018 Opponents Said on the Big Ten Teleconference
5 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Every team, every coach. If they're on the Huskers' 2018 schedule, you can read their comments from Wednesday's teleconference call here.
Huskers' James Palmer Jr. Earns First-Team All-Big Ten Honors
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
James Palmer Jr. becomes the first Husker to earn first-team all-conference honors since Terran Petteway in 2014-15.
Run It Back: Nebraska's Clutch-time Collapse at Illinois
7 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska had plenty of chances down the stretch to win at Illinois, but poor decisions and a couple of bad bounces led to Nebraska's first truly bad loss of the season.
Huskers Lost One, 'Can't Let it Get to Two' As Indiana Comes to Town
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
The short turnaround between a Sunday loss to Illinois and a Tuesday meeting with Indiana might end up doing the Huskers some good. They're hoping to stop the bleeding right away.
Huskers Have to Take the Hard Road After Loss at Illinois
7 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Missed opportunities cost Nebraska in a 72-66 loss to Illinois in Champaign on Sunday afternoon, and its impact could be far-reaching as well.
3 Takeaways from a Hard-To-Stomach 72-66 Loss to Illinois
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska's tournament hopes took a hit with a loss to the last-place team in the Big Ten.
Road Finale Offers Huskers Chance to Show How Far They've Come
7 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska is set to hit the road for one last time this regular season for a rematch with the pesky Illini.
LISTEN: Views from the Other Side, Hoops Edition
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
It's a new week on the Views Pod as Greg Smith joins to put a bow on the Huskers' 2018 recruiting class and Jacob Padilla stops by to hit on some Husker hoops as we near the Big Ten tournament.
Friday Forecast: Huskers-Illini and More from the Hardwood
7 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
The Hail Varsity staff predicts some of the biggest college hoops games of the weekend.
The March to March: Win and . . . We'll See
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
We continue our look at the Huskers' tournament chances as the regular season winds to a close.
Huskers 'Grind It Out' in 62-47 Win Over Illinois
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Defense was the name of the game, both ways, as Nebraska picked up its eighth conference win against winless Illinois.
James Palmer Jr. Earns Big Ten Player of the Week
8 mo ago by Derek Peterson
He hit the game-winner against Illinois, he led the Huskers in scoring in an upset over Michigan and now James Palmer Jr. is a Co-Big Ten Player of the Week.
Run It Back: Consistency Remains a Persistent Issue for Huskers
8 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Isaiah Roby continued to show flashes of his immense potential against Illinois, but Nebraska still needs more out of some of its top players.
Mend It, Don't End It: Why Tshimanga's Return Was Right for Nebraska
8 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Most of the time when you hear transfer rumblings the situation only ends in a transfer. Jordy Tshimanga didn't take that path. It's a boost for Nebraska basketball, and some of the credit for that goes to Coach Tim Miles.
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