A certain local columnist is extremely interested in whether Scott Frost can right the Big Red ship, which indicates a belief it still can happen.
After each crushing loss, media wonder if this Nebraska team will fold up its tent. One game remains, and we doubt we'll see any quit now.
Nebraska has had five head coaches this century, but only twice before has the man in charge made mass staff changes similar to what Scott Frost did. Evan Bland breaks down how those moves worked out.
Scott Frost is searching for answers for the Nebraska football program. Something that will save his coaching career. Tom Shatel has a suggestion on where Frost should start. Call Frank Solich.
Wednesday was reminiscent of the fall day in 2002 when former Nebraska coach Frank Solich announced major changes on his staff.
My, how times have changed at NU. Frank Solich's revamped staff was 10-3 in 2003, yet was shown the door. Now, Scott Frost faces his own trying task.
Scott Frost and Trev Alberts have a heavy emotional investment. They want to be here and most likely want to stay here. That counts for plenty.
As Scott Frost discussed his interactions with Trev Alberts, it was difficult to avoid recollections of previous head coach-A.D. relationships.
Football came very naturally, says Doug DuBose, who is among those being inducted into the NU chapter of the College Football Hall of Fame.
20 years later, the Sept. 20, 2021 Tunnel Walk, the ‘healing’ that came with Nebraska taking the field against Rice that night still resonates.
It’s not that season openers intentionally lie. But they don’t always tell the truth, writes Tom Shatel, as he looks at the significance of Saturday's result — win or lose — for the entire season.
On Thursday's episode, Adam Carriker gives his four keys to a successful season for the Huskers. What's the "bare minimum" to provide something to build on for the Nebraska football program?
On Wednesday's episode, Adam Carriker gives a quick breakdown of each game on Nebraska's 2021 schedule and makes his picks. He also gives his final record prediction for the Huskers.
Adam Carriker examines why Scott Frost appears "annoyed" and "agitated" with the media, plus his thoughts on Nebraska handing out 12 Blackshirts and the four Huskers named captains.
On Monday's episode, Adam explores the issues surrounding the Nebraska football program and why it's especially important for Scott Frost to win.
On Friday's episode, Adam explains what's necessary to excel as a defensive lineman in a 3-4 scheme and gives some names to watch for the Huskers in the trenches.
Amid a radio chat, Scott Frost made clear again that the ongoing NCAA investigation into the Nebraska football program hasn’t and won’t affect the Huskers with the season opener barely a week away.
Former Husker player and coach Frank Solich joins Adam Carriker to share his memories from Nebraska, his career of coaching and much more.
On Monday's episode, Adam breaks down the top contenders in Nebraska's battle for the starting running back job.
Jeff Kinney was one of the heroes in Nebraska's Game of the Century win over Oklahoma. On a new "Carriker Chronicles," he joins Adam Carriker to discuss the Huskers' rivalry with the Sooners.
On Monday's episode, Adam examines Nebraska's potential on offense and answers how the Huskers will be better in 2021.
Adam looks at the top four candidates at outside linebacker who could help the Huskers disrupt the opposing QB. He also lists the top three things needed to be a productive pass rusher.
Now that he is retiring, it is time to bring former Nebraska coach Frank Solich home. Throw him a shindig. A toast in his honor. A standing ovation at Memorial Stadium, writes Tom Shatel.
All-time Nebraska great Ahman Green, who retired from the NFL in 2009, coaches e-Sports at Lakeland University. But he feels a tug to coach football, and would come home to do it, he says.
On Monday's episode of the "Carriker Chronicles," Adam breaks down the Huskers' position battles in fall camp and gives his take on three key groups.