Redshirt freshman linebacker and Omaha Burke grad Nick Henrich could be in for a big workload at outside linebacker this fall.
Moos says the Big Ten's football testing for COVID-19 has gone smoothly at NU.
The declaration marks a big milestone for the Georgia native, who has battled a rash of knee injuries going back to his junior year of high school.
Now 23 months after a career-best performance, the Springfield, Missouri, native is ready to play a role in a meaningful football game again.
Scott Frost's low-key QB announcement struck the right note. No reason for a coach to contribute to hysteria.
You wonder if watching the second half of last season's Iowa game offers clues as to how Austin wants the offense to operate.
Don't be surprised if Luke Reimer finishes among Nebraska's top five tacklers this season. That's just one hot take.
NU athletic director Bill Moos last week made his first public appearance in seven months. Such is life during a godforsaken pandemic.
Will Omar Manning play Week 1? Steven M. Sipple doesn't think so. And what does he make of the QB talk? Well, for starters, it's genuine.
Dedrick Mills will get plenty of chances this season to run the ball as NU's "bell cow" back. He's probably kicking the stall in anticipation.
Eric Crouch expresses confidence in Adrian Martinez in part because of the junior's ability to weather adversity. That's critical at QB, Crouch says.
While some teams might panic when falling behind 1-0 in a three-set match, the Norris Titans are right at home.
A look at Tuesday's results from the prep court.
After dropping first set, Class B No. 2 Norris beat the Class C-1 No. 6 Warriors 25-22 in the pivotal third set. Journal Star photos by Franci…
Whether it’s jamming the receivers at the line of scrimmage or making the tackle against Norris’ running game, all-state linebacker Evan Canoy…