While Nebraska's recent draft history isn't as rich as it once was, the Huskers continue to have success landing offensive linemen in the NFL.
A dinner put on by former Husker football players in Schuyler provides an evening of relief for first responders and residents impacted by historic area flooding.
Denver linebacker Zaire Anderson says he didn't regain feeling in his arms or legs until he was on the way to the hospital after being carted …
The majority of Nebraska's starting offensive line will be playing their last home game on Friday.
Former Omaha North quarterback Zach Martin, now the starter at Iowa Western Community College, reportedly will make an unofficial visit to the Nebraska campus Wednesday.
“They’re ready to roll … I can tell they’re moving on," Keith Williams said of the Huskers.
This is the Husker football season where nothing is to be taken for granted, and so even as everyone lost their wits in celebration around him…
"I told one team, when we played No. 1 USC, I said the No. 1 thing is, 'Don't be surprised when you're ahead at halftime,'" Mike Riley said of believing you can win a big game.
“They’ve got a good front too," Husker O-line coach Mike Cavanaugh said of the Purdue D-line. "Every week is not going to be easy.”
Husker offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh said there's still a gap between the starting offensive linemen and the bench players.
"My parents kept telling me it'll come around ... and I believed in that," said Husker senior Zach Sterup, likely to start again at right tackle.
"If we finish those drives off we're in pretty good shape," said Husker senior center Ryne Reeves. "Morale is good right now."
Nebraska's O-line competition features 14 scholarship players already on campus and "a junkyard dog" walk-on, among others.
Notes from the Huskers' 38-17 victory against Northwestern.