Seeking hints of what Nebraska's offense may eventually look like? Check out the three quarterbacks who have attracted scholarship offers from the new staff, Steven M. Sipple writes.
Charlton Warren's decision to leave for North Carolina shows recruits that a coach may be here today and gone tomorrow, but it doesn't have to be a bad thing for all involved, Steven M. Sipple writes.
For those wondering about Mike Riley as a motivator, the new Nebraska coach gets strong endorsements from his former Oregon State players, Steven M. Sipple writes.
Who were the winners and losers for this year's college football recruiting season?
“When Nebraska came along, I kind of just knew that’s what I wanted to do,” said Husker signee Antonio Reed.
“Everything about him and hiring him was confirmed to me why that was a good thing because of who he is,” Mike Riley said.
Nebraska coach Mike Riley's victories over good friend Jim Harbaugh help highlight a solid recruiting class. Meanwhile, Riley keeps eye on Urban Meyer's machine, Steven M. Sipple writes.
Click through the slideshow to view profiles of the Huskers 2015 football recruits.
“This is a good class that started with the guys that were committed to Nebraska when we got here," Mike Riley said.
Quick hits from Nebraska's Signing Day on Wednesday.
Nebraska football coach Mike Riley admitted he took his time filling his final assistant coaching position, and made no apologies for it.
A snow storm on Wednesday morning had football players and coaches in Omaha calling an audible.
Life moved fast for Alex Davis in the past week, but, really, it’s been that way for much of the past year. Fast, but also exciting.
Standing under center at Memorial Stadium in late November as quarterback for Boone Central/Newman Grove, Wyatt Mazour knew it was going to be the year his team got over the hump.
School cancellations threw Nebraska recruits DaiShon Neal and Michael Decker a curve ball on Wednesday.
After a coaching change, the Husker recruiting class could have fallen apart. Analysts give Mike Riley and staff credit for not letting it happen.
Plenty of monkey business often accompanies college football recruiting. But Omaha Central star DaiShon Neal had a very serious approach, Steven M. Sipple writes.
Jalin Barnett, all 6-foot-4 and 315 pounds of him, will sign Wednesday, and he's arguably the most-coveted piece of new Nebraska coach Mike Riley’s 2015 recruiting class.
Kaiwan Lewis is heading home, which means he's not heading to Nebraska.
A weekend storm didn't keep the Huskers from adding four commits to their recruiting class on Sunday.
Alex Davis had never seen snow before. He liked it.
"The Nebraska fans ... are going to absolutely fall in love with these guys because of the kinds of kids they are," says the recruits' high school coach, Kelly Donohoe.
Former Oregon State players say Mike Riley's straight talk was appealing. That style should fit well at Nebraska, Steven M. Sipple writes.
“I’ve always kind of been their guy that they wanted, so it definitely helped,” said Husker tight end commit Matt Snyder, who resisted a late push from Michigan.
If third down is the money down, this is the money weekend in recruiting.
The Ramon, California, tight end solidified his commitment to Mike Riley and Nebraska Friday night.
A few names who will be part of Riley's first walk-on class at Nebraska are beginning to emerge, including an athlete prospect who was the Journal Star's Super State quarterback in 2014.
New Husker coach Mike Riley already has reached out to the Nebraska Coaches Association and his history should be encouraging to coaches and players as well.
The Huskers came into the game late to recruit Mohamed Barry, but they came strong, and received good news Thursday.
The Midwest recruiting analyst for Rivals.com says new Nebraska coach Mike Riley has done well to hold together Husker class, Steven M. Sipple writes.
Nebraska is now at 15 known commitments after receiving a pledge from defensive back Willie Sykes.
Winning on social media has become an increasingly more important part of the college athletics landscape. Shawn Eichorst has bulked up staff to help the Husker cause.
“I think the biggest thing is selling our staff,” said Nebraska's Andy Vaughn. “That’s what it’s about, is the relationship part of recruiting."
Not unexpected, but still a blow, the Huskers lost a commitment from defensive end Reuben Jones on Thursday night.
Ryan Gunderson and Andy Vaughn are two of the big thinkers behind Husker recruiting. They're heavy on ideas and low on excuses.
"I did some research on Coach (Mike) Riley and his coaching staff at Oregon State," Devine Ozigbo said. "I liked everything I saw.”"
"I’m really excited because I know I’ll be pushed every day and kept on my toes,” says Husker O-line recruit Michael Decker of the competition that awaits.
“I'm aggressive because when you want something, you go after it," new Husker linebackers coach Trent Bray said of recruiting. "That's kind of how I attack it.”
Nebraska added the commitment of a 300-pound four-star offensive lineman on Wednesday.
The Nebraska football program wants to celebrate its upcoming recruiting class with donors, season ticket-holders and the general public.