Be it eight teams or 12 teams, expanding the playoff makes sense, especially in the context of declining TV ratings for the CFP national title game.
In the latest "Things I know" column, we cover Lee Sterling's lack of confidence in Adrian Martinez, and put some transfer news into perspective.
Bill Moos tells a story of a breakfast encounter with Barry Alvarez that encapsulates the edge the former Badger coach and AD brought to the Big Ten.
Nebraska AD Bill Moos believes it's harder to be the hunted than the hunter, which is why he should help Will Bolt as much as he can.
How far might Will Bolt's program go in time? Well, Nebraska's strong showing in Fayetteville Regional seems to signify bright future.
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.
ESPN analyst Kyle Peterson says major league scouts to whom he's talked are split on whether NU's Spencer Schwellenbach will pitch or play infield.
Nebraska had the Big Ten title locked up with three games to play, and Will Bolt was named the league's coach of the year. Don’t overlook the work of his assistants in that regard.
NU will be "tough to deal with" under any circumstances, says former Husker assistant Rob Childress, a veteran of many NCAA Tournaments.
Buffalo would've been a more dangerous opponent for Nebraska had Lance Leipold returned as head coach and a raft of Buffalo players not entered the transfer portal.
Nebraska's faded deep into the pack. Will the Huskers eventually climb out of it? How soon might it happen?
The transfer portal turns up as a subject in this week's mailbag, as does Mike Riley as well as an interesting (and misleading) Husker rushing stat.
Lamar Jackson's impressive rise from undrafted NFL free agent to starter for the New York Jets seemingly gets lost in shuffle, but shouldn't.
Former Nebraska staffer Lance Leipold doesn't handle losing well, he says. Look for him to get Kansas on the right track quickly.
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.
Ohio State's receiver room may have four NFL first-round picks, a national writer says. NU hasn't had a first-rounder at any position since 2011.
Nebraska junior Adrian Martinez might not be the best returning QB in the Big Ten, but he's in the conversation.
With Nebraska only 21-17 at home in the last six seasons, Husker AD Bill Moos urges fans to turn up volume in 2021.
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?
Nebraska QB Adrian Martinez completes bachelor's in business management in 3½ years, which adds to his credibility as a leader.
Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos had escape routes in his AD suites at previous stops, just in case fans became heated.
It’s striking when Nebraska's second-string defensive backs take the field. It’s a group many teams would welcome as starters.
Scott Frost is in a bind because every time he says something positive, many NU fans almost in unison say, "Hey, coach, just prove it on Saturdays."
A reader asks about what he regards as the gap between positive media coverage and Nebraska's recent mediocrity on the gridiron.