Nebraska and Oklahoma have produced some of the greatest moments in college football. We somehow trimmed a list down to a dozen.
Spokeswoman for UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green says committee’s names will be released once search is concluded.
We're blending new content with frequent trips to the archive library on a week-by-week ride through Nebraska's storied 1970 season.
"He always had something crazy to say or do …," said former Nebraska defensive back Bill Kosch. "It was another way of keeping us loose."
Paul Rogers and Jeff Hughes gave the Huskers a leg up to help lead their team's march to a national championship in 1970.
Before 1972, freshman teams operated like its own program, and had about 60 players, with as many as 45 scholarship players and walk-ons.
Bob Devaney turned to Tom Osborne to change the Husker offense following the 1968 season. It was a good move by Bob.
"Coach (Bob) Devaney got us fired up at the half," Husker quarterback Jerry Tagge pointed out. "He had a few things to (say to) us."
Some are obvious. Some are not. They all share something in common: At some point, they have stolen the hearts of Husker fans.
In the 1970s, fans just expected the Huskers to win.
Johnny Rodgers became Nebraska's first Heisman Trophy winner in 1972. A photo caption in Sunday's Journal Star had the wrong year.
Revisiting Johnny Rodgers' first varsity game for the Huskers, and the story of how Bob Devaney steered him from USC.
A collection of photos of the 1970 Nebraska football team preparing for the season, and its Week 1 win. Journal Star Library photos
As president of the Husker Football Lettermen's Association, Omaha attorney George Achola wants badly to get this right.
In honor of Father’s Day, swipe to take a look at some of the fathers and sons who have played football for Nebraska.
Nebraska football fans should be interested in Mike Gundy's recent comments because his general tone reflects that of a handful of NU athletic department officials.
Three Husker football greats were named to ESPN's all-time All-America team, which was revealed Thursday.
"I guarantee you that by year four or five, you better not have given up your tickets. You're not going to want to miss it."
Nebraska fans will have plenty of time to enjoy the Husker Nation Pavilion on Saturday and the event will feature some added attractions this week.
A fresh batch of Husker breakfast links to get you started on Thursday morning.
Nebraska sophomore quarterback Adrian Martinez earned a spot on a watch list for the fourth time in the last two weeks after the Walter Camp F…
Starting in August, the Lincoln Journal Star will host a 64-player bracket that will allow you to choose the best Nebraska football player of …
On the verge of setting Nebraska career receiving records, senior Stanley Morgan Jr. wants to be remembered for his hard work every day -- not just Saturdays. One of four team captains, he strives to be a positive example daily. His head coach, Scott Frost, said Morgan's enthusiasm is contagious.