Coach Matt Rhule has hired an aide from Texas to oversee Nebraska football's sports science department
A deeper look at the big recruiting wins, pipeline states, decommitments and so much more from Nebraska's 2023 recruiting class.
Sam McKewon and Amie Just look at what's ahead now that the 2023 signing day is over, plus reflect on the significance of National Girls and Women in Sports Day.
After a fast and frenzied 2023 recruiting cycle, elements of Matt Rhule's long-term recruiting strategy at Nebraska have started to emerge.
Impromptu detours in Colorado or extra phone calls aren't "special" in the Husker coach's eyes. Instead, it's the standard for the new-look Nebraska staff.
The final result of Nebraska's recruiting effort is 39 scholarship newcomers in the class. It marks the biggest Husker haul in modern recruiting history.
Nebraska is on the rise across the four major recruiting services. Here's a closer look at what national analysts think of the Huskers' class.
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The 6-foot-5, 240-pound lineman remains unrated by recruiting services, though that will likely change soon, as his college outlook has.
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Barnes, a 6-foot, 175-pound cornerback recruit, fits the high-upside mold the Nebraska coaching staff has emphasized in this recruiting cycle.
At least four players are expected to sign with Nebraska on Wednesday, with the Huskers looking to add one last commit at the final hurdle.
Football forever changed Terrance Knighton's life for the better. Nebraska's defensive line coach is now hoping to change his players' lives as well.
The man who quickly built a reputation for chronicling his in-state travels on social media is fired up about much more than where his next local meal will come from.
Nebraska’s athletic department is adding Kristin Coggin as the new football nutritionist. She has been South Carolina’s director of performance nutrition since 2017.