After two good years at Hawaii, former Nebraska defensive coordinator Mark Banker lands at Washington State.
NU athletic director Bill Moos knows he and his staff will be judged on how they handle their business during the pandemic. So far, so good.
Of all the key figures in the Nebraska football program during the last 20 years, nobody elicits more heated discussion than Bo Pelini.
The last time a Husker head coach brought in a new coordinator, it was a disaster. Bottom line, Husker fans have been burned too many times.
Past Nebraska athletic directors have helped influence the football staff lineup. But not Bill Moos.
Bob Diaco isn't a quitter. Far from it. That's become glaringly evident as he's resuscitated his career following a rough patch.
It should feel healthy, as if we're all going on diets. Call it the "sub-.500" diet.
Nebraska going 1-5 since 2011 against traditional national power Ohio State is one thing. But 1-7 against Wisconsin and 3-5 against Iowa, with the Hawkeyes winning each of the last four? Really? Even Northwestern is 4-4 against the Huskers, with two straight wins in the series entering a 3 p.m. contest Saturday in Lincoln.
Following the Nebraska men's basketball team's loss to TCU in the second round of the NIT, NU athletic director Bill Moos fired Tim Miles as t…
Nebraska paid former football coach Mike Riley and former athletic director Shawn Eichorst lump sum payments after each found new work over the past year, clearing both from the university's payroll.
Everyone knew weather could put a damper on the big party Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. Nebraskans know their weather as well as they know their football. They were on-target in this case.
Nebraska ranks ninth in the Big Ten in terms of average conference finish across all sports -- a recent trend that concerns first-year athletic director Bill Moos.
Granted, Scott Frost may not be the only human on earth who can get Nebraska football rolling again, but go ahead and tell me, who would be better? I hear crickets, and that sound alone indicates the daunting nature of the task at hand.
The son of former Nebraska Athletic Director Shawn Eichorst has waived his Wednesday court appearance, sending his case to district court.
Prosecutors Friday charged the son of former Nebraska Athletic Director Shawn Eichorst, but not with sexual assault, for which Lincoln police …
Several members of the advisory committee that helped shape the athletic director search said Sunday they were encouraged by the process and i…
You've perhaps heard Nebraska President Hank Bounds and UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green talk about the need for Husker athletics to raise on-field…
Who could blame Mike Riley for being worn down? The man who hired him to be the Huskers' head coach, Shawn Eichorst, was fired late last week. Which means Riley, who's 17-13 in two-plus seasons at NU, is widely considered a lame duck.
Boyd Epley thinks folks should be patient with the Mike Riley era at Nebraska. Epley thinks Riley, the third-year Husker head football coach, simply needs more time to recruit more of the right type of players for his systems, particularly the offense.
Tanner Lee's performance Saturday was acceptable. Nothing more than that.
By the time Luke Gifford hauled in his first career interception with 54 seconds remaining Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium, the outcome…
Nebraska football writer Parker Gabriel offers his extra points from Nebraska's 27-17 win over Rutgers.
Mike Riley and Scott Booker each stood steadfast in their confidence in senior punt returner De’Mornay Pierson-El this week.