The Huskers will be tested in early January, when it plays four straight games against teams that made it at least the NCAA Tournament last season.
The event features introductions of both teams, comments from the head coaches, a scrimmage and a concert at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Here’s a simplified look at what it all means, and how it might affect Nebraska.
Nebraska's schedule will feature five teams that advanced to postseason play last season.
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The Nebraska women's basketball team drew a road game with Wake Forest — an NCAA tournament team last season — as part of the 2021 Big Ten/ACC…
The Huskers' Dec. 1 trip marks the first time the program lines up against Wake Forest.
Humphrey St. Francis' Allison Weidner has the opportunity to add her name to a list of small-town women's basketball stars who have gone on to…
Most recently, Dr. Lawrence Chatters served as vice president of student affairs at Midland University and as the school’s chief diversity officer.
The decision that still burns hot in some parts of the state. The DI success. The "genuine" personality. Take a deep dive into the new Husker AD.
Trev Alberts never gave athletic administration any thought. Not while in college. Not while working on TV. But that changed in 2009.
An agreement was sealed by handshakes Tuesday night. Contracts were signed Wednesday morning. Then, a news conference.
"I love this place," Alberts said as he stopped to collect his emotions. "I learned so much as a young man."
He may have been born in Cedar Falls, Iowa, but years of emotion, joy and hard work mean the new AD is forever bonded to this place.
Steven M. Sipple and Chris Basnett break down a busy day at Memorial Stadium as Nebraska named Trev Alberts its athletic director.
From astronauts to politicians to national writers, here's a sweep through social media for reaction on Nebraska's hiring of a new AD.
The deals are coming fast and furious for college athletes looking to capitalize on the new name, image and likeness landscape.
Adi Kunalic would have loved to have the opportunity in his playing days that Nebraska's college athletes have in front of them now.
Bill Moos' settlement seems to point in the direction that retirement wasn't entirely his own decision.
On the first day student-athletes could begin making money on their name, image, and likeness, several Nebraska athletes took advantage of the…
Thursday marked the first day student-athletes could begin profiting on their name, image and likeness. It's a whole new world for college athletics.
For the first time, college athletes are going to be able to profit off of their own name, image and likeness. Nebraska has been planning for it.