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."
Time to level up. Parker Gabriel takes a closer look at how the Huskers and Bulls line up: Storylines, keys, head-turning stats, predictions.
Nebraska football writer Parker Gabriel offers his extra points from the Husker football team's 52-7 win against Fordham on Saturday.
"That COVID year messed everything up," says Williams, who points to boxing as a way to rebuild stamina after a wacky 2020 season.
Life is different now than it was six years ago when Williams first started his college football journey. He's using his experience to his advantage.
It's safe to say the Huskers are looking forward to the return of the Big Red. Scott Frost went as far to say it was "almost a disadvantage for us."
Make no mistake, every game is important this fall. But the lid-lifter in Champaign feels "even more important than any other year."
Some quick hits from Nebraska's Thursday appearance at Big Ten Media Days, ranging from the Huskers' confidence in 2021 to vaccinations.
Here are a few things to watch for as Nebraska coach Scott Frost and players Ben Stille, Deontai Williams, and Austin Allen get ready for Indy.
College football is in the midst of change, with much of it making people feel uncomfortable. But, hey, the vaccination topic should be a fun one.
One thing to consider is some Nebraska players were unavailable next week because of previously scheduled summer trips.
With the beginning of preseason camp just a month away, it’s time for the Journal Star’s countdown of the 30 Most Intriguing Huskers.
The top six are ordered by index points, a formula that takes into account both how much weight is lifted and how much the player weighs.
NU's safeties benefited from the extra year of eligibility, as Marquel Dismuke and Deontai Williams both return for sixth seasons.
Here's how it works: The player starts in the middle and runs five yards to one side, 10 to the other and five back through the middle.
Some names on the list may surprise you (Cameron Jurgens), others may not (Oliver Martin). We've rounded up the top 10.
It’s striking when Nebraska's second-string defensive backs take the field. It’s a group many teams would welcome as starters.
NU redshirt freshman Myles Farmer describes ankle injury before last season's Purdue game as "freak accident" to lead Wednesday's notebook.
Safeties Deontai Williams and Marquel Dismuke surely are among the strongest leaders on Nebraska’s roster. Listen to them. They just have to be.
It's mailbag time. A great time of the week. We address a football matter that won't go away and some disappointing NCAA volleyball talk.
Playing in a bowl game would've been the right thing to do for Nebraska's program, Deontai Williams says.
Nebraska's leading tackler in 2020, JoJo Domann embraces the notion of being a leader “on an emotional, physical and spiritual level.”
A columnist's conversation with a spokesman for the football gods may help Nebraska fans feel a bit better about Scott Frost's plight.
Not an expert in Nebraska's Performance Index and Strength Index data? Parker Gabriel is. He translates, and offers historical perspective.
Much of the focus this spring will be on the young guys coming up behind Deontai Williams and Marquel Dismuke. We run through some candidates.