If NU beats Michigan State, fans' hope would abound. A heavy conversation would lighten considerably, and reaching a bowl would still seem doable.
It's safe to say the Spartans' running back has Nebraska's attention. One assistant coach called him "one of the best running backs in the country."
The Life in the Red Podcast crew sounded off on this question. Two of them agree it is. The other? Well, he's tired of talking about it.
One note is about Cam Taylor-Britt. He's widely considered one of the team’s most talented players, but he’s struggled some early in the season.
The Huskers aren’t getting much juice for the amount of squeezing they’re doing. Translation: They're moving the ball but not capitalizing.
Few people expected Michigan State to start 3-0. We look at how the Spartans have succeeded, as well as finding spots the Huskers could attack.
Instead of entering the transfer portal, the third-year running back took his coach's words as a challenge. Now, he's the latest to start.
Gabe Ervin will start rehabbing his injury as soon as Wednesday: "I thought he had a really good start to his freshman year. He’s a dog."
Omar Manning wants to share his story. The challenges were always there, but he says seeking help when he arrived at NU was "major."
Nebraska's Austin Allen says Scott Frost is coaching with a harder edge of late. "It's kind of what we need. We need a disciplinary guy."
Nebraska's "twin towers" at tight end figure to be on the field at the same time a lot moving forward — just in time for the Big Ten gantlet.
Nebraska's defense has played well this season, for the most part. But Scott Frost needs much more from another program staple -- the Pipeline.
If a single sequence illustrated the counterbalancing progress and frustration on offense, it would be NU’s first possession of the fourth quarter.
Nebraska's O-line is off to a slow start through three games, arguably the team’s biggest concern. Just Martinez’s luck. But he stays confident.
The Huskers are more than three-touchdown underdogs, but they aren't wild about playing the nobody-believes-in-us tune. In fact, they're excited.
Time to level up. Parker Gabriel takes a closer look at how the Huskers and Sooners line up: Storylines, keys, head-turning stats, predictions.
"It does have meaning and purpose, and brings back a lot of memories," former Husker coach Tom Osborne says of the renewal of the Nebraska-Oklahoma football rivalry.
On the Life in the Red Podcast, the guys discussed what specifically has to happen for Nebraska to beat OU. Here's a transcript of the conversation.
If you're an NU fan, you surely hope to see Austin Allen and Travis Vokolek both ready to contribute Saturday, perhaps in double-TE sets, which could help the struggling run game.
The Nebraska head coach provided no update on the five offensive skill players who were out with injuries by the end of the Buffalo game.
Steve Glenn began putting together Nebraska road game travel packages when he started Executive Travel 35 years ago and took some very large Husker contingents to the most memorable games of the '80s, '90s and early 2000s.
Nebraska's defense is veteran and excited about facing the vaunted Oklahoma offense, but the group has its hands full with QB Spencer Rattler and the Sooners.
Widely considered one of the best offensive minds in college football, Lincoln Riley said NU's secondary does "everything pretty well."
Adrian Martinez is throwing 60-yard touchdown passes and breaking off 70-yard runs. Here's a closer look at his big-play dynamic so far in 2021.
Ryan Held has given each of his top three running backs a chance early in a game, then deciding how to distribute carries from there.