If the Husker offense doesn't match the defense's energy, it becomes a long day for the offense, the QB says. Much more in the mailbag.
After "15 minutes of fame," NU coach Rhonda Revelle jokingly asked, "What's next?" for the Brooke and Billie Andrews. Well, that's the exciting part.
Scott Frost (again) says the team is "comfortable" behind Adrian Martinez at QB. Heinrich Haarberg might have something to do with that.
Here are a few possibilities, which surprisingly skew toward the Huskers’ veteran defense.
Nebraska’s Crystal Elliott was named NTCA bowler of the year and Paul Klempa won coach of the year honors.
Husker AD Bill Moos is uneasy as the NCAA appears poised to abolish long-standing collision drills and further reduce the number of full-padded, contact practices in August.
Pitcher Kyle Perry is getting closer to becoming game-ready as Nebraska enters a rigorous final month of the season.
He may be seeing "orange" lights, but Husker offensive lineman and German citizen Nouredin Nouili has been good to go this spring.
While Nebraska's recent draft history isn't as rich as it once was, the Huskers continue to have success landing offensive linemen in the NFL.
Turner Corcoran echoes his position coach when he says he was "a little shaky" at first. Here's the story of how the process is shaping up.
The real deal: More than 100 former Arnold Cup competitors have gone on to earn playing cards on either the PGA, LPGA and European tours.
After a strong performance Saturday, Ryan Held hopes his Husker RBs head into coming months with a Rocky IV mentality. What's that entail?
The Huskers finalized a schedule shift that’s been in the works for several weeks, swapping a November home game for one in September.
Not only does Quaran McPherson have a past connection with Nebraska assistant Matt Abdelmassih, new teammate C.J. Wilcher is "like a brother."
Nebraska QB Adrian Martinez completes bachelor's in business management in 3½ years, which adds to his credibility as a leader.
Class of 2022 quarterback MJ Morris came away from his first trip to Lincoln impressed and enthusiastic about what he saw.
It marked the first time No. 22 Nebraska has been swept in a conference series since 2016, when the Huskers lost three games at Michigan.
Heinrich Haarberg and Logan Smothers both look to keep marching down the field from a developmental sense.
The cold and desolate nature of the 2020 season gave way to warmth and good feeling for the 2021 Spring Game, and NU gave fans a decent show.
“It’s football Saturday in Memorial Stadium, and there is no place like Nebraska,” public address announcer Nate Rohr said in a familiar line.
Heinrich Haarberg answering Logan Smothers' late scoring drive is perhaps a fitting end to a the Huskers' spring. We explain why.
NU ran the ball 54 combined times in the second half of the Red-White Spring Game once tackling went live. More on that, and a lot more in our notes.
The Huskers hit three home runs to jump out to a 5-0 lead. But, for the second straight night, the Scarlet Knights came storming back for a series-clinching win.
Smith turned heads with a comeback win at the Big Tens. An added bonus: The Huskers are doing something they haven't done in 13 years.