A new Nebraska offensive line candidate emerged over the weekend as Scott Frost looks to fill three more positions.
Nebraska outside linebacker Pheldarius Payne, who tied for third on the team in sacks over the last two seasons, is entering the transfer portal after two seasons with the Huskers.
Payne was essentially a rotation player in both of his years on campus, compiling 40 total tackles in his Husker career.
Early signing day is next week, but there’s not a lot of buzz. One big reason, writes Tom Shatel, fans are too busy looking for transfers.
There's a relatively natural comparison that can be made, though it's a lofty one. That's one thought following Hartzog's commitment to NU.
Malcolm Hartzog packed a lot into the final week of his recruitment, which ends with a verbal commitment to the Huskers.
Nebraska's Damion Daniels discusses his decision to declare for the NFL draft and his transformation into a blackshirt captain during his career for the Huskers.