The last thing the youthful Husker O-line needed was a change in leadership, which would've stymied continuity under Greg Austin.
Tell me, Nebraska football fans, that you won't miss watching Stanley Morgan Jr. run with the football after making a catch. Tell me you won't miss watching him stiff-arm defenders. Some NFL fan base soon will enjoy watching the former Husker great.
With a holiday weekend ahead for a lot of folks, perhaps a long drive is in order.
It's always interesting to hear what recruits — especially ones from the coasts — initially think when they arrive in Lincoln.
Scott Frost has preached a no-fear-of-failure mentality since he and his coaching staff arrived at Nebraska in the winter.
“It comes down to this: My son’s happiness is more important than anything," the former Husker assistant says. "He likes it there, likes the situation, likes the coaches, likes the players. I’d buy an ice cream truck and sell ice cream on the corner if you told me that would make him happy."
There was a time when Stanley Morgan didn’t catch any passes at all.
Mike Riley made it sound so simple when asked the bold-letter keys to beating No. 9 Wisconsin. Nebraska’s third-year head coach started with two offensive keys.
Tanner Lee got knocked around like a piñata, and the guys he was throwing to had trouble hanging on to the ball in some of the game's biggest …
It appears there will be a close battle this week for a spot on Nebraska's offensive line.
First-year Huskers defensive coordinator Bob Diaco and the Blackshirts have been tight-lipped about how the Nebraska defense will look and operate. The grand reveal begins Saturday night at Memorial Stadium.
Stanley Morgan and Antonio Reed are fully cleared to play in Nebraska's season-opener Saturday night, Husker head coach Mike Riley said follow…
Mohamed Barry is seen as an extra starter at inside linebacker, according to Huskers head coach Mike Riley. Elsewhere, Keith Williams wants his group to relish facing press man coverage.
He's going to play. But until he does, he can't talk to the media.
A senior receiver from Le Mars, Iowa, Rahn is one of six Husker walk-ons to receive scholarships for the coming semester, head coach Mike Riley announced Thursday.
Sounds like even the Husker recruiting gurus were caught off-guard by this news.
Nebraska football coach Mike Riley clearly has a nice touch with players.
So let's get right to it: Stanley Morgan Jr. says he's learned from the experience in early May at a Florida gas station. And he's ready to move on.
Here are seven things on Steven M. Sipple's mind as Nebraska pushes toward the Sept. 2 opener against Arkansas State.
Husker head coach Mike Riley asked a favor of the Husker fan base and Nebraska fans answered.
Covering Nebraska football can be much like covering politics.
Hey! Did that exclamation point get your notice? Exclamation points are overused in text messaging, aren't they? But we've got to show people …
Cameron Brown is fast. Very fast. As in, can-run-40-yards-in-4.51-seconds fast. But he'll admit what happened Sunday was a rare time when ther…