Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos felt defeated Saturday. But let's be clear, he wasn't whining.
The Huskers will open the 2020 season Oct. 24 at Ohio State, followed by a home game against Wisconsin.
The Huskers were the No. 9 team in the nation going into that game on the West Coast, and still a 13-point underdog to the Trojans.
It's time to end this "study" of how Nebraska fans would react to hard times in the football program.
Some are obvious. Some are not. They all share something in common: At some point, they have stolen the hearts of Husker fans.
On-site rapid testing wasn’t as easily available last month. Now, teams in the Big Ten will be required to have daily testing no later than Sept. 30.
A last-second pass breakup preserved a 21-21 tie with the Trojans.
Coaching through a pandemic with an ailing father is rough stuff. But Scott Frost has pushed through it well, his boss says.
Bill and Jesse Kosch have been part of five Nebraska national titles. But Bill makes sure his son knows none were as important as the first.
Larry Frost raised two successful sons and coached at eight Nebraska high schools, in addition to stops in Texas, Missouri and Iowa.