Tom Osborne
Tom's Time: Osborne Nabs Top-10 Win in Coaching Debut
8 days ago by Mike Babcock
Nebraska was about a 10-point favorite in Tom Osborne's coaching debut in 1973, but the Huskers left little doubt in a 40-13 win over 10th-ranked UCLA.
Tom's Time: Devaney Selects His Successor
15 days ago by Mike Babcock
We know who Bob Devaney picked to take over at Nebraska, but in the latest Tom's Time Mike Babcocks dives in to just how many other options the Huskers had following Devaney's retirement.
Tom's Time: Osborne Finds an Edge in Epley
22 days ago by Mike Babcock
In this week's look back at the career of Tom Osborne, Mike Babcock revisits the pioneering decision to invest in Boyd Epley and the field of strength and conditioning.
Which Nebraska ADs Won the Most?
26 days ago by Cody Nagel
Taking a look at Nebraska's athletic directors based on major-sport winning percentage, conference titles, tournament appearances and national titles.
A Great Year from Gerry Gdowski Prompts Redshirt Regret
1 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Tom Osborne said Gerry Gdowski "played as well as any quarterback" he'd had at Nebraska. The only negative? Another year of him leading the offense would've been even better.
Tom's Time: Air Osborne
1 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Tom Osborne is known for his power-run prowess, but when he redesigned Devaney's offense he turned the Huskers into one of the Big Eight's most potent passing teams.
Tom's Time: To Teach or To Coach?
1 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Tom Osborne interviewed for numerous jobs, Texas Tech and South Dakota included, and turned down a career in academics before reluctantly taking the Nebraska job.
Tom's Time: A Coaching Career Begins with Dorm Duty
1 mo ago by Mike Babcock
In the latest installment of Mike Babcock's look back at the career of Tom Osborne, the hall-of-fame coach gets an extra assignment – supervising Seleck Quadrangle.
Tom's Time: Osborne's 2-Year, 2-Win, 2-Touchdown Pro Career
1 mo ago by Mike Babcock
The former college quarterback became a receiver in the pros, spending two years with a Washington Redskins franchise that won two games combined in 1960 and 1961. That time did produce some good jokes, however.
Tom's Time: An Option Runner Before an Option Caller
2 mo ago by Mike Babcock
In a new recurring feature, Mike Babcock takes a closer look at the life of Tom Osborne. First up, Osborne's time as an option quarterback at Hastings College.
Hot Reads: Osborne Shoulda Gone for Two . . . Earlier
2 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
An analytics company did a case study on the 1984 Orange Bowl. Assuming a tie was off the table, there was still a better strategy there but it probably would've changed everything about Tom Osborne's legacy.
Hot Reads: Osborne Thinks Outside-the-Box
2 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Tom Osborne is giving up his skybox at Memorial Stadium. What does it mean? Everything. Unless it means nothing.
The Topic of T.O.
7 mo ago by Chris Schmidt
Nebraska's greatest celebrates a milestone and the guys discuss his achievements. Spring ball is around the corner, we dive into the position group of offensive line. Husker Hoops heads to Michigan State. How will that shake out?
Hot Reads: Is It Too Early for Record Projections?
7 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
One outlet projected every Power 5 record and the Huskers came in at 7-5. Expect that to be a common starting point for 2017.
Hot Reads: A Benefit to Help a Former Husker
7 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Teammates, coaches, friends and fans will gather this week for a night of food, music and education to raise funds for Anthony Steels' battle with cancer.
Switzer Says He Wouldn't Have Gone for 2 in '84 Orange Bowl
9 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Former Oklahoma Coach Barry Switzer, who is receiving the Tom Osborne Legacy Award in Omaha Wednesday, told Hail Varsity Radio he would've taken the tie and the national title.
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