Despite having only two scholarship WRs with yards on the stat sheet, hope remains high for Matt Lubick's group.
Nebraska head coach Scott Frost shared a message and prayer on social media after George Floyd's killing at the hands of Minnesota police last week.
The unique situation has allowed Nebraska to form "something that's been missing here for a while," according to the head football coach.
It was originally thought that Manning might take through June or into July because he needed to finish multiple classes.
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Nebraska is the first Big Ten team to return to voluntary workouts, but Scott Frost has more on his mind than a possible competitive edge.
From Fred Hoiberg to Quincy Enunwa, current and former Nebraska athletes and coaches offer their thoughts on George Floyd, and the recent protests.
Nebraska is looking to fill its final scholarship spot with a cornerback ranked No. 3 in the 2020 juco class.
Nebraska lost a recruiting battle to Iowa State over the weekend when three-star wide receiver Jaylin Noel picked the Cyclones over the Husker…
Daniel Cerni still doesn't know all the rules to American football, but says his summer move, "is when the real fun starts" on a big adventure.
Jared Bubak, a Lincoln Christian graduate and former Arizona State tight end, announced that he's going to grad transfer to Nebraska.
You just might wonder what it's like to be Jason Licht, the Fremont-born GM of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a team filled with buzz.
The NCAA released a long and detailed plan Friday to help schools bring back athletes to campus during a pandemic.
Henry Gray, a midyear enrollee, took part in the Huskers' winter conditioning program and the first two practices of spring football.
Football, volleyball, men's and women's basketball and women's soccer will be the first Husker teams to return to campus.
Three-star wide receiver Shawn Hardy II became the Huskers' eighth verbal commitment on Friday.
Nebraska performance nutrition director Dave Ellis said he expects to see "significant gaps" in the physical condition of student-athletes.
The NCAA's recruiting dead period is going to last a while longer.
Former Nebraska assistant Bill Busch was saddened to learn that Jaivorio Burkes passed away Saturday in Arizona. He was 31.
The latest Driving for 6 feature from the Journal Star.
The former NU assistant underwent a heart transplant last year. The last few days, he's thought a lot about his donor and the donor's family.
NU athletic director Bill Moos knows he and his staff will be judged on how they handle their business during the pandemic. So far, so good.