Parker Gabriel crunches the numbers that could result in 6, as in the number of wins needed for Nebraska to sneak into a bowl game this season.
Abdullah is expected to be available for Sunday's game.
The first quarter matters in the Scott Frost era. It practically defines his tenure. The Huskers are 3-17 when trailing after 15 minutes, and that fact has Frost looking for more juice to start games.
Scott Frost has enough headaches without his boss trying to influence staff decisions.
Sam McKewon makes his picks for every Big Ten game this weekend, leading with a big opportunity for No. 25 Purdue to get the Badger off their back.
So how do you rank one-score losses? Dirk Chatelain could do it several ways. But if our measurement is pain, then let’s focus on two factors: what a victory would’ve meant and unbelievability.
C-l-o-s-e. The five-letter word has become a source of frustration among coaches, players, and yes, the fans. How does NU overcome it?
A bye week allows Scott Frost and his staff to scatter around the state and region to see Husker prospects this weekend. The staff hasn’t been out since the end of January 2020.
The (first) bye week episode. On the heels of Scott Frost's recruiting comments, the guys rank NU's positional needs — and much more.
Nebraska coach Scott Frost doesn't seem particularly bothered by what one could interpret as an insult by Minnesota's P.J. Fleck.
As he looks to get over the hump, Scott Frost says, "We’re going to focus on maybe some immediate impact guys a little more" this recruiting class.
One note from Scott Frost centers on quarterback Adrian Martinez, who the coach says didn't run the option much Saturday because of his health.
The Huskers have a bye this week, which is not only an opportunity to rest and get healthy, but it's also an opportunity to look inward and solve the issues that have held them back this season.
After Minnesota beat Nebraska, P.J. Fleck called the win a triumph of “culture versus skill.” Scott Frost said Wednesday he was surprised to hear that — and defended the Huskers' culture.
Clutch play is the focus during the bye week for a Nebraska team continuing to search for wins in tight games. "When it really matters, we haven’t gotten it done enough," Scott Frost said Wednesday.
Husker safety Deontai Williams will miss some time with a knee injury, Scott Frost said Tuesday. The Nebraska coach also gave injury updates on Adrian Martinez and Rahmir Johnson.
The Aurora native said he hoped the "flood gates are open now" after a big game against Michigan. He followed that up with a career-best outing.
Scott Frost hit a few key talking points on his weekly television show, including the health of Deontai Williams and Adrian Martinez.
Nebraska will come off its bye and host a division foe in the afternoon.
NU’s offense had to control the game because Minnesota’s slow-roast offense is a bad fit for NU’s bend-don’t-break defense. The game was there to be taken. NU didn’t. NU doesn’t.
With Saturday’s loss, Nebraska lost whatever goodwill it curried with its frisky losses against top 10 opponents. All the bad outcomes the Huskers thought they had outgrown remain in play.
Yes, Nebraska will have plenty of time to recover physically after playing eight straight weeks to open the season. But there’s also work to do.
The Cornhuskers inexplicably, incomprehensibly showed up without energy again Saturday – for the first time, actually, since August.
A flat first half gave way to a second half equally filled with big plays and mind-numbing miscues as Minnesota downed Nebraska 30-23 Saturday in Minneapolis.