To the extent that NU was “close” this year, there are so many league teams further ahead, playing with the confidence Nebraska lacks, developing players better than Nebraska.
Nebraska football writer Parker Gabriel offers his extra points from the Husker football team's 28-21 loss to Iowa on Friday at Memorial Stadium.
It's easy to imagine Kirk Ferentz telling his Iowa players to keep pressing Nebraska because the Huskers will make critical mistakes.
A heart shouldn’t break more than nine times, writes Tom Shatel. But Nebraska saved the worst for last. This Iowa loss is going to leave a mark.
Iowa busted through Nebraska's punt protection to block a kick and return it for a touchdown. A 21-9 lead — and all the Huskers' work — melted away like butter on a hot Thanksgiving roll.
With starting QB Adrian Martinez on the sideline, all eyes were on Husker freshman Logan Smothers in what amounted to an audition for what the offense could be in 2022.
Nebraska did something this season that no team has ever done in college football history. Tom Shatel would call it impressive, but that might not be the right word.
The 2021 Nebraska football season has so many statistics that defy logic, it’s difficult to decide which is the most incredible.
Nebraska's continued insistence on shooting off its own feet eventually won out over Smothers' attempts to write history vs. Iowa on Friday.
Three things we learned and three things we still don't know about the Huskers coming out of Saturday's loss to Iowa.
Here are four statistical categories that factored in the outcome — Iowa 28-21 — in Nebraska's game Friday at Memorial Stadium.
On NU’s final five offensive possessions — three with the lead, one tied and one trailing — the home team managed just a net of 8 yards on 10 carries.
The World-Herald's Sam McKewon hands out his Husker Report Card, assessing Nebraska's performance in several areas. Here are the grades coming out of the Iowa game.
Both teams played to their reputations — Nebraska as a talented team that can’t seem to overcome its issues — and Iowa as a team that does all the little things right. That made all the difference.
Nebraska led by 12 entering the fourth quarter, but a comedy of errors led to another Husker loss, their seventh straight to Iowa and sixth straight to end the 2021 season at 3-9.
Logan Smothers looked in control of the Husker offense in his first career start, and he's a big reason why Nebraska leads. Here's a recap of the first half.
Can the Huskers end their campaign on a high note? Follow the action from Memorial Stadium with us.
Iowa's side seemingly regards the rivalry with a bit more oomph, although Nebraska's level has risen during Scott Frost's tenure as Husker head coach.
“Kirk (Ferentz) does a great job," says Husker coach Scott Frost of his Iowa counterpart. "… You’ve got to beat them. They’re not going to lose the game.”
Time to level up. Parker Gabriel takes a closer look at how the Huskers and Hawkeyes line up: storylines, keys, meaningful stats, predictions.
Nebraska may be 3-8 heading into Friday's game against No. 16 Iowa, but who's to say there is no intrigue here?
Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett recap a busy early week of news ahead of the Black Friday game with Iowa.
Frost on Martinez's future: "I don’t think that decision will take too long."
Our Two-Minute Drill provides an in-depth breakdown on all the key matchups that will decide a winner in the Husker game. Today we look at what Iowa brings to the showdown with Nebraska.