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Tom's Time: A Once-in-a-Career Upset in Ames
2 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Nebraska was climbing back into the national-title conversation in November of 1992. Then the Huskers lost a game to a team that would finish with a losing record for the first, and only, time in Tom Osborne's career.
What Does a Fred Hoiberg Point Guard Look Like?
5 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Fred Hoiberg has had a different starting point guard every year of his college coaching career, all of them productive in his system. What does a Fred Hoiberg point guard look like? Jacob Padilla looked back at his Iowa State days and his first year at Nebraska to try to answer that question.
Rivalries Building for Huskers, Look for Old Big Eight Foes in Meantime
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Rivalries are still building for Nebraska in the Big Ten. In the meantime, athletic director Bill Moos expects the Huskers to also see a few old Big Eight foes along the way.
Fred Hoiberg Ready to Bring Game Plan to Nebraska, Big Ten
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Speed, 3s and transfer recruiting was Hoiberg’s game plan in Ames and he executed it to great success. But that plan isn’t quite as unique as it was five years ago. Will it still work? Hoiberg and his staff believe so, even in a Big Ten that isn’t quite as progressive as many other conferences.
Hoiberg Has Some Roster-Building Ahead, But He's Been There Before
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Fred Hoiberg had a lot of work to do to field a team when he first took over at Iowa State, but that first year laid the foundation for the four NCAA Tournament runs that followed. Now Hoiberg will look to do the same thing at Nebraska.
A Look at Fred Hoiberg's Approach to Recruiting
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Fred Hoiberg has gone on the record as not being a fan of recruiting, but his track record at Iowa State shows he's really good at it. Hoiberg took advantage of every talent pool available to him and had success with all of them during his five seasons in Ames.
Tom's Time: An Early Championship-Game Proposal, and a Win Over ISU
2 yr ago by Mike Babcock
College football never had a shortage of championship-game proposals pre-BCS. Nebraska was looped into one in 1983 the week of the Iowa State game.
Nebraska Great Sarah Pavan Honored Following Huskers' Sweep of Iowa State
2 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska retired Sarah Pavan's jersey after the Huskers' three-set win against Iowa State on Sunday afternoon and the Husker legend took a few moments to address the crowd afterward.
LOOK: Nebraska Volleyball Sweeps Iowa State
2 yr ago by John Peterson
Check out all the photos from the volleyball match against Iowa State by John Peterson.
Huskers Weather First-Set Storm to Sweep Iowa State
2 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
No. 7 Nebraska (6-1) made short work of Iowa State (6-4) on Sunday afternoon to extend its winning streak to six.
Pavan's Jersey Joins Those of Husker Greats in the Rafters on Sunday
2 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Sarah Pavan is one of the most devastating hitters in Nebraska volleyball history, and on Sunday, the Huskers will raise her jersey to the rafters alongside those of Karen Dahlgren, Lori Endicott, Janet Kruse, Cathy Noth, Allison Weston, Stephanie Thater and Nancy Metcalf.
Nebraska Volleyball Preps for 'Best Team,' First Road Test of 2018
2 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
The weekend was a bit of a let-down for football fans, but Coach John Cook was in a good mood at his weekly press conference after the volleyball team took care of business at the Ameritas Players Challenge.
Tom's Time: Shutting Out the Cyclones in '78
2 yr ago by Mike Babcock
Iowa State took a two-game winning streak into its game with Nebraska in 1978. The Huskers responded with a shutout, the start of a 14-game winning streak in the series.
The Surprise Teams We (Maybe) Should've Seen Coming
2 yr ago by Brandon Vogel
Iowa State, Michigan State, UCF, Fresno State and other teams you've heard a lot about this season all had one thing in common: They underachieved in 2016.
Frost Files - Day 2: A Subtle Distancing
2 yr ago by Brandon Vogel
Scott Frost held his regular Monday press conference ahead of UCF's title tilt with Memphis. It sure felt like a good press conference for those fans who wear red.
Star-Ranking the Coaching Candidates
2 yr ago by Greg Smith
Recruiting analyst Greg Smith offers individual ratings for some of coaches who may be on Nebraska's list as it looks to replace Mike Riley.
Conversations with Cook: Creighton is Back on the Schedule for 2018
3 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Coach John Cook discussed scheduling news and some standout freshmen this week after his regular Monday press conference.
Huskers Dominate Net in Sweep of Iowa State
4 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
The top-ranked Huskers opened up their home schedule with a sweep over Iowa State.
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