The cold and desolate nature of the 2020 season gave way to warmth and good feeling for the 2021 Spring Game, and NU gave fans a decent show.
In the Haymarket, business was booming, at least in post-pandemic terms. The Railyard was packed -- so busy that one customer said he struggled to buy a drink, just like on any other Husker gameday.
Heinrich Haarberg answering Logan Smothers' late scoring drive is perhaps a fitting end to a the Huskers' spring. We explain why.
NU ran the ball 54 combined times in the second half of the Red-White Spring Game once tackling went live. More on that, and a lot more in our notes.
Corcoran wore a white hat with "RUN THE DAMN BALL" embroidered in red letters in the front to his postgame interview.
Scrimmages aren't exactly conducive to observing special teams. Daniel Cerni's 61-yard punt was one play to remember, along with a few others.
One player that stood out is Oliver Martin. Who else? Plus, you know we're talking running backs. Here's Parker Gabriel's assessment of the 'O.'
Saturday was a good day for the Nebraska defense, which makes sense because it was a good spring for the unit.
Memorial Stadium opened its doors to 50% capacity for the Spring Game on Saturday. Journal Star 📸 by Francis Gardler, Ken Ferriera.
Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos had escape routes in his AD suites at previous stops, just in case fans became heated.
Adrian Martinez and Matt Masker on the Red Team. Logan Smothers and Heinrich Haarberg on the White. Here's a full look at the rosters.
Nebraska will hold its Red-White Spring Game on May 1, significantly later than usual. It still won't be late enough to have recruits on hand.
According to figures released by the university, viewership across digital platforms was strong, including 525,740 total views.
Ever wonder what a video game simulation featuring the biggest name in Husker history would look like? We found out on Saturday.
A day after canceling all remaining winter and spring sports events, the Big Ten has suspended all organized team activities.
Football was never supposed to be in Jack Hoffman's future after he was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2011.
The Huskers traveled to McCook to defeat Colorado State and engage with the Nebraska fans who attended on Saturday. Journal Star photos by Fra…
The Red-White Spring Game really did feel like a celebration on Stadium Drive. It was what a spring game should feel like. And the key stat: No significant injuries to report.
Just before Nebraska began its walk from the locker room under North Stadium toward the field early Saturday afternoon, a minute-long montage …
There was a lot of excitement on Saturday with the Husker Spring Game, and that is understandable. But amid all of the jubilation for football…
On a day that largely felt like a party at Memorial Stadium, the Red-White Spring Game itself felt workmanlike.
Matt Masker spotted Wyatt Liewer behind a pair of defensive backs along the west sideline and hit the walk-on from O'Neill in stride for a 55-…
The only thing slowing Fred Hoiberg down Saturday was the net behind the goalposts in the north end zone of Memorial Stadium.
It's roughly 600 miles between Evanston, Indiana, and Lincoln.
Memorial Stadium was packed.