It's a crystal clear, brisk October morning in Minneapolis. One pregame note is the offensive line, which is a little bit shorter on depth than usual.
Part of the app's draw appears to be linked to its promised anonymity and constantly-evolving discourse. But at least one UNL student has learned the hard way that the curtain of anonymity on YikYak only extends so far.
Nebraska and Michigan are about an hour from kickoff on an overcast evening at Memorial Stadium. Here are a few pregame observations.
It's the second year NU has offered to waive the $45 application fee, as the university seeks to expand access and affordability, particularly for new Nebraska students.
“I don’t care if you’re a freaking eighth grader," says Husker OL coach Greg Austin. "You have to get your job done, all right?” It's been mixed results so far.
Enrollment dropped 2.7% at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln compared to last year, a figure the flagship campus attributed to a 13.5% dip in international students as well as a record 3,600 degrees awarded last spring.
We now have something of a closer look at where players stand in the program's pecking order. Here are some thoughts/observations.
Let's shake it up a little bit this week with a viewing guide. Here are five things Parker Gabriel's watching — plus the players to consider.
Who's here, and who's not — and other notes — as the Huskers warm up on a steamy afternoon in Champaign, Ill.
Even if they haven’t unseated the returning starters, they’ve at least made those players have to work a little harder for a starting role.
Following the shortened 2020 season, the Chadron State Eagles return most of the team for the 2021 season.
The most striking observation out of practice this week is more about who was not in attendance rather than who was.
From injury updates to sizing up some of the newcomers, here's what we saw at practice No. 5 for Nebraska.
Three observations following a pledge from Valen Erickson, who becomes the first offensive line commitment for the Huskers' 2022 class.
How long has the linebacker from Colorado been around? He forced a fumble in the 2016 Music City Bowl. You know, when NU won nine games.
Nebraska offensive line coach and run game coordinator Greg Austin ran through most of his position group during a radio interview on Monday evening.
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The University of Wyoming lists 20 students from Goshen County on the 2021 spring semester academic Dean’s and Dean’s Freshman Honor Rolls.
The list continues with a player that received a scholarship offer from Urban Meyer as an eighth-grader.
Moments before the MLB Draft resumed with Round 11, the Journal Star boys athlete of the year revealed he is going to school next year.
Wright possesses a defensive back’s skill set with the frame (6-foot-4 and 220 pounds) of a pass-rusher. As it turns out, defensive coordinator Erik Chinander and company have a position for just that type of player.
If Haarberg, who was preparing for a Class C-1 season at Kearney Catholic a year ago at this time, can make strides in his command of the offense, he’s going to make the next-man-up conversation behind Martinez very intriguing indeed.
The 6-foot-5, 330-pound defensive lineman, dubbed “Polar Bear,” was a fan favorite from the time he committed to Nebraska over Wisconsin and Oregon. This spring, he took a step toward impressing his position coach and teammates, too.
Shandon Reitzell was primed for a big meet.
Barrett Ruud: "I think football is a very routine-oriented sport, and part of this time of year is they need to get away from us a little bit."