After all-time Husker great Zach Wiegert's name appeared on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot last week, Raiola's absence is glaring.
Many Husker fans don't understand that the current football facilities rank in the bottom four of the Big Ten. That's one mailbag item.
Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos is a dreamer. He thinks big. A story from his days as Oregon's AD illustrates it as well as any other.
If the Husker offense doesn't match the defense's energy, it becomes a long day for the offense, the QB says. Much more in the mailbag.
After a strong performance Saturday, Ryan Held hopes his Husker RBs head into coming months with a Rocky IV mentality. What's that entail?
"It was a race to the finish and it was a stressful time for sure, but we still have $20 million still to go."
Because of a 2-5 record, Nebraska fans wonder if Scott Frost might again make changes on his coaching staff.
Greg Sharpe will still provide play-by-play from the host stadium. Matt Davison will still provide color commentary. But the traveling party won't extend beyond those two.
Nebraska is a program that prides itself on its ability to innovate. With the Big Ten not allowing fans, the Athletic Department looks forward to the challenge.
Sahlen Packing Co. landed a major league advantage when the Toronto Blue Jays agreed to make Sahlen Field their home base this season.
According to figures released by the university, viewership across digital platforms was strong, including 525,740 total views.
Longtime radio pair Greg Sharpe and Matt Davison brought the video game to life for over 20,000 virtual Spring Game viewers. Here's how they did it.
One can scan NU's roster and see Frost's staff has emphasized improving size. It's getting there. It had to happen. Especially in the Big Ten.
Eric Crouch thought Tom Osborne, Scott Frost and Matt Davison were pulling his leg last week when they informed him that he had been formally announced as a new member of the College Football Hall of Fame.
A message for those misguided souls who are calling for Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez to be benched: Lay off the sophomore. Note Scott Frost's opening statement Saturday as he assessed his team's performance against Ohio State. He started with, "We didn't protect well enough ..." Bingo!
Hank Bounds, former president of the University of Nebraska system, will play a lead role as fundraiser for the $155 million football facilities project. In addition to his fund-raising duties, he's helping as a consultant in the oversight of design and construction. He has a three-year contract with the university in his new role.
November can be a brutal month for college football teams as players often get worn down physically, mentally and emotionally. But Nebraska players charged through the month with ample fire. “It’s kind of crazy to think but despite our record, players and coaches couldn’t wait to go back to practice," Matt Davison says.
Said Husker associate A.D. Matt Davison in December: "Scott's a young coach. That's the thing. He's going to get even better, and it's going to be fun to watch. But remember, this is the biggest rebuild we've had in our lives."
Everything happens fast in Nebraska’s offensive film room.
Matt Davison says he’ll keep telling it how he sees it in his job as color analyst for Nebraska football games on the radio, even now that his…
Bill Moos and Matt Davison have become familiar travel partners.
Matt Davison believes his close relationship with Scott Frost and the Husker football program will improve his work as the team's lead radio analyst.
In fact, he's been ready for some time, Tom Osborne says. "He's about as well-prepared as anybody could be," the legendary former Nebraska football coach said of the new Husker coach. "He's seen football from many different perspectives."
Greg Sharpe is in his 10th season as the Nebraska football team's play-by-play announcer. He also handles play-by-play duties for the Husker b…