The latest news and notes in Nebraska football recruiting, beginning with the Huskers addressing a need in the portal.
Caleb Benning, a safety for Omaha Westside who had 66 tackles in nine games this season, is the son of former Husker Damon Benning.
Recapping NU head coach Scott Frost's Thursday hourlong appearance on "Sports Nightly," with Adrian Martinez's decision for 2022 still up in the air.
Notes on a trio of class of 2024 standouts and others from Friday night's Class A semifinal.
Williams is on the fast track toward getting back on the field: "He’s running around already," says his position coach.
It's a stressful, disappointing stretch for Nebraska football and for Husker fans. Here's a blog about a big crane.
Nebraska's 2022 recruiting class is already small and it got smaller on Tuesday evening.
Nebraska linebacker Garrett Nelson has apparently improved markedly at rushing the passer in a way that he closes off the B-gap.
"I don't want us focusing on the problems anymore," said Scott Frost, who described the mental approach he's adopting for his team.
Scott Frost said the Huskers are spending a lot of time on the 2023 class. A big group from that cycle, including a QB target, is coming to town.
The Huskers could potentially get a rare seventh-year player back in 2022, plus other notes from Scott Frost's hourlong radio appearance.
Domann's stat line Saturday was unique. In fact, he became the first player in the FBS to produce one like it this season.
Inside linebackers coach Barrett Ruud and tight ends coach Sean Beckton each saw their annual salaries bump up in June.
Nebraska AD Trev Alberts discusses The Alliance, how many league games the Big Ten will play in the future and more.
The senior from Ashland could earn a postgraduate scholarship worth up to $25,000 if he is named a finalist for the national honor.
The game will be played in prime time at Memorial Stadium, televised by ABC.
The sixth-year Husker safety made an astute observation before Oklahoma's big gain on a trick play. He takes blame for not communicating it.
Widely considered one of the best offensive minds in college football, Lincoln Riley said NU's secondary does "everything pretty well."
Not only did the North Star grad notch a game-best 16 tackles, but he also made two of the biggest plays of the day for the Blackshirts.
Here's a look at how former Nebraska players fared in Week 1.
Burroughs and Green both earned a spot on Team USA after sweeping their competition at the Senior World Wrestling Trials at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
If you think Markese Stepp has won Nebraska's starting running back job outright, think again. That's one topic Scott Frost addressed on the radio.