NU coach Scott Frost didn't mince words about the need for better play by the O-line and special teams. But will it happen soon?
It's Monday — and that means it's a busy day on Stadium Drive. Listen in to what the Huskers are saying as a week of practice begins.
Nebraska basketball starts preseason practice Tuesday, but compared to last season, they're already way ahead. Fred Hoiberg and the Huskers explain why.
There's already enough to focus on during a game week, so fixing problems on the fly can be a challenge. But that's exactly what Nebraska must do to address its special teams and offensive line.
“We’re a tough team physically,” Scott Frost said. “We need to be a tougher team mentally.” Monday the Huskers detailed how they're pulling themselves together after the Michigan State loss.
Something (or someone) stood out to JoJo Domann when he watched film from Saturday night: "The will to be great is burning in his chest."
Though there was plenty of movement elsewhere in the top 25, Nebraska and Creighton both held their positions in this week's edition of the college volleyball rankings.
Steven M. Sipple and Parker Gabriel discuss the four most interesting things they heard at Nebraska football's media availability Monday at Me…
Steven M. Sipple and Parker Gabriel give a two-minute roundup of Monday's football press conference.
Nebraska-Michigan will be a night game on Oct. 9. It'll be the third straight game for the Huskers played under the lights.
It's Homecoming week at Nebraska, and the events for Husker sports include a football Letterman's reunion, celebrations of past volleyball teams, a basketball showcase, and Hall of Fame ceremony.
Consider, teams start at or near field-goal range — the 25-yard line — in overtime. Still, the Huskers have come up empty in six straight OT games.
Nebraska kicked off the fall softball season against Omaha Sunday at Bowlin Stadium. The Huskers came away with two wins, 5-2 and 9-0, respect…
Can Nebraska ever stop committing the cardinal sin? The players believe so, or at least they say they do. The fans are harder to convince.
Scott Frost gave a "pretty simple" explanation to the pivotal botched punt before diving into a long breakdown of why NU is left feeling dejected.
Scott Frost was angry in the post mortem. He should be angry. His players gave an incredible effort. But the big mistakes keep happening.
Nebraska football writer Parker Gabriel offers his extra points from the Husker football team's game against Michigan State.
Nebraska kicker Connor Culp said he would have been comfortable attempting a field goal from 53 yards out in the final minute of regulation. But then Michigan State intercepted a pass.
Michigan State had a bit of a trick on the punt return touchdown that tied the game late. And that particular play was drawn up by a former Nebraska assistant coach.
Frost on penalties: (The coaches are doing) everything we know how to do to keep them from doing it, they got to stay calm and do their job and not jump.
Dirk Chatelain started writing this column with a hopeful tone. But then Nebraska punted the ball to Jayden Reed — and that changed the mood of this game, this season and Scott Frost's entire program.
The Huskers owned the second half but eventually made the critical error — "Punt right" will be known as "Punt wrong."