The crew discusses Nebraska football eyeing Ireland in 2022, Teddy Allen's big game, Husker volleyball and a lot more. Listen (or watch) here.
News and notes on the latest happenings in Nebraska football recruiting, including the Huskers eyeing a future center.
Husker A.D. Bill Moos says although plans for a 2022 trip to Dublin haven't been finalized, he's interested "if the opportunity presents itself."
The Knights have been on a long run of turning out talented players, several of whom have gone or are going to Nebraska.
"It has been our position from the outset that he was falsely accused," Jaylin Bradley's attorney, Mallory Hughes, told the Journal Star on Tuesday.
All-time Husker great Jay Foreman can help current players understand what it takes to rise from the bottom of a depth chart, among other things.
While there hasn't been enough player development in Scott Frost's program, there evidently has been plenty in John Cook's.
Jay Foreman and Jason Peter are all-time Husker greats who care deeply about the program. This is Scott Frost pulling levers to get more out o…
No Big Ten teams cracked the lists for a pair of four-star prospects from Omaha.
Who might be next in line from Nebraska in the 2022 recruiting class for an offer from the Huskers or other significant Power Five attention?
Nebraska's run of having strong in-state options isn't slowing down anytime soon.
Talking cancellation of Nebraska football's August trip to Ireland, the changes with the recruiting calendar, Hoiberg's group and more.
Obviously, it's not too early to start thinking about the 2022 recruiting class. But college coaches are already looking at 2023. too.
Don't be surprised if Scott Frost's program isn't high on the list of college destinations for the top few in-state players in the class of 2022.
NU athletic director Bill Moos says ticket sales for a game in Ireland lagged substantially over the course of the fall.
Ron Brown has worked with Scott Frost since Frost took the head coaching job at Nebraska.
Nebraska will hold its Red-White Spring Game on May 1, significantly later than usual. It still won't be late enough to have recruits on hand.
Nebraska recently finalized one-year contract extensions with nine of 10 assistant football coaches and head strength coach Zach Duval.
For Nebraska's purposes, a 2022 football game in Dublin makes more sense schedule-wise than 2021. Stay tuned on that front.
If even some fans are allowed at Memorial Stadium this fall, the light at the end of the tunnel will get brighter and brighter. And if not?
The Nebraska AD provided the latest updates on the potential for fans at NU events this spring, the football game in Ireland and much more.
In his Q&A with The Spun, Brenden Jaimes discusses a variety of subjects, including "culture problems" in NU's program.