First-year Husker A.D. Trev Alberts says "an underlying, consistent communication about competitive excellence hasn't been enough of our narrative as a department." Feels like the new boss is turning up the heat.
In staying on top of the "free agency" that is the current college football transfer portal, Nebraska and other schools have to do their homework early to lure players.
While another JUCO running back - who could take his spot - visits Nebraska, Texas A&M transfer Deondre Jackson says he's still coming to NU.
He is no longer expected to attend NU this spring due to an academic snag, sources tell the Journal Star.
With new coaches and arrivals from the transfer portal, Scott Frost has a chance to plug the continuous leaks that have kept Nebraska's program under water for four years, writes Tom Shatel.
Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett send you into the weekend with a detailed chat about the football coaching staff, among other topics.
The former Nebraska QB revisited some Husker memories (some good, some bad) when previewing his first playoff game as an NFL head coach.
Johnson, listed at 6-foot-2 and 180 pounds, is one of the top-rated quarterbacks in the Midwest for the 2023 cycle.
The Huskers want to add another defensive lineman to the roster, and Nesta Jade Silvera — a transfer from Miami — could be among Nebraska's top targets.
New Nebraska offensive coordinator Mark Whipple is, for the time being, the highest-paid assistant in NU history, based on contracts released Friday by the school.
Current defensive coordinator Erik Chinander made $800,000 in 2021 and could earn a raise that would match or approach Whipple's salary.
If the Nebraska men's basketball roster turns over every year, what progress can be made? Tom Shatel wonders if Fred Hoiberg will begin an evaluation of his program and change how he’s doing things.
When his former Husker teammates saw Zac Taylor making "the call of the year," they noticed something beyond his gutsy decision. The same traits they saw in huddles 15 years ago.
On Thursday's episode of the Carriker Chronicles, presented by XCancer, Adam Carriker gives his gut reaction to Bryan Applewhite being hired as the Huskers new running backs coach.
Check out Nebraska's official visitor list as the holiday recruiting dead period comes to an end.
Husker football is set to host a big recruiting weekend. Coming to town are recent commits, transfer targets and high school prospects. Here's more info on each visitor.
Applewhite, who has over 20 years of experience, is taking over a group that has perhaps as many question marks as any other on the roster.
Bryan Applewhite, who most recently was at TCU for two seasons, has officially been hired as Nebraska's next running backs coach, calling it an "honor" to join the Huskers' staff.
Need a rooting interest for the NFL playoffs? These are the teams playing the postseason with at least one former Husker on their roster.
Nebraska's new special teams coordinator Bill Busch vowed that next year’s Huskers will be “situational masters.” They’ll be detail-oriented. And they’ll play with high effort.
From "mayday field goals" to stacking starters on the special teams depth chart, here's a full roundup of what Busch said of his new gig.
"How do we create the most physical football team in the Midwest?" Husker AD Trev Alberts asks. "Just start there." Sounds like a plan. A realistic one.
The Big Ten was a bear in the 2021 season, and now with the College Football Playoff over, Sam McKewon gives his final conference power rankings.
The AD is pleased with the four hires to the football coaching staff and is confident the final one will be the right fit for the Huskers.