Some Nebraska defenders quit on Bob Diaco late in the 2017 season, and some Purdue defenders apparently haven't fully embraced his ways.
Former Husker great Dominic Raiola is not piling on Cameron Jurgens. It's just that the bad-snap issue baffles the long-time NFL center.
NU fans definitely share in Scott Frost's pain. Do they share in his optimism? Depends who you ask, and it's probably best to wait a few days.
Heaven knows Nebraska needs versatile weapon Wan'Dale Robinson to stay healthy. He takes pressure off the overworked QBs.
Nebraska and Boston College both have to win recruiting battles on the road, primarily for three-star targets, says Mike Farrell of Rivals.com.
Scott Frost arrived at Nebraska to save the program. At this point, it's far too early to rule it out. But it's not too soon to worry.
Some folks thought there might be heat on Erik Chinander by how. But the Husker defensive coordinator's unit has made obvious progress.
Some folks suggest Frost should simplify system for young players, but that would be dangerous in an outstanding coaching league.
Is it still OK to refer to Nebraska as a "developing program" in Scott Frost's third season in charge? My answer is a resounding "yes."
Former Ohio State running back Robert Smith will be the lead analyst for FS1's broadcast Saturday in Lincoln.
Nebraska junior QB Adrian Martinez may be on the verge of getting benched. But he remains a critical figure for Huskers.
In trying to find an answer to Nebraska's starting quarterback question, it's helpful to go back to 2017.
Scott Frost knows how to produce a big-time offense. He knows what needs to happen. But can he make it happen at NU?
Former NU I-back Jeff Kinney recalls a physical game at Iowa State in 1970. "Probably one of the dirtiest I ever played in," he says.
For the first time since 2015, the Bolts are back in Class B, but they aren't particularly interested in discussing the move. They just want to play.
Chris Basnett's Campin' football series rolled into Lincoln Pius X on Tuesday. Check out what the Bolts were up to in Noah Riffe's photo gallery.
There's work to be done. North Star has lost 12 of its last 13 games, with the only victory coming in last year's opener against Class B Hastings.
Check out the scenes from Monday's Lincoln North Star football practice, as part of our city preview series. Journal Star photos by Noah Riffe
Three of Nebraska's opponents this year are top 25 teams to begin the season, while the Big Ten has four ranked teams as a whole.
While Tom Izzo has been busy on the recruiting trail, he was also working on a new contract with Michigan State.
Sam McKewon and Amie Just are back, this week getting fans ready for football season. Sam and Amie name their biggest concerns for the Huskers on the gridiron. For the full episode, subscribe http://www.huskerextra.com/SnS.
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The Seattle Seahawks seem likely to be relying on a pair of rookie tackles on their offensive line. Left tackle Charles Cross was Seattle's first-round pick. Right tackle Abe Lucas was drafted in the third round. They've both impressed during the offseason program and training camp and Seattle seems to be inching closer to having the pair be the starting tackles when the season begins. Both are likely to get time as starters this week as the Seahawks host Chicago on Thursday in their second preseason game.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Drew Lock has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss the team’s preseason game against Chicago. The Seahawks issued a statement regarding Lock’s positive test about two hours following the end of a practice in which Lock was a full participant and led the No. 1 offense. Seattle coach Pete Carroll announced after practice that Lock would start Thursday’s game against the Bears after he served as the backup to Geno Smith in last weekend’s preseason game in Pittsburgh. Lock was acquired from Denver as part of the trade that sent Russell Wilson to the Broncos and has been competing with Smith for the starting job with the Seahawks.
Matthew Stafford showed no throwing limitations while fully participating in a scrimmage with the Los Angeles Rams on Tuesday. Stafford's smooth play further underlined the Super Bowl-winning quarterback’s declaration that his injured elbow will be fine. Stafford made all sorts of throws during the lengthy scrimmage at the Rams’ training complex. Coach Sean McVay was pleased by the latest step in the veteran quarterback’s increased workload. The 34-year-old Stafford played through elbow pain last season while leading the Rams to the title in his first season with the team. He had an unspecified elbow injection in the offseason.
First-year Las Vegas Raiders coach Josh McDaniels has been searching this preseason for a dependable offensive line to protect Derek Carr once the start starts. The Raiders have used 14 offensive linemen in 13 rotations across 20 possessions in their first two preseason games in a process McDaniels described as normal for this time of year. The results so far haven't been great with the Raiders allowing nine sacks in the first two preseason games as the issues in protection that were a problem in 2021 haven't been solved as of yet.