The sixth-year Husker safety made an astute observation before Oklahoma's big gain on a trick play. He takes blame for not communicating it.
A common refrain for the Blackshirts this season has been to put out the fire. And while they held the Sooners without points on six of nine possessions, Nebraska never completely doused the flame.
There will be no consolations or moral victories. But Nebraska's 23-16 loss to Oklahoma — this Surprise of the Century — is complicated, writes Tom Shatel.
After each game, 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 Oklahoma game.
How did it happen? How do you explain these past two decades, where Oklahoma has done everything right and Nebraska stumbled in the dark? Tom Shatel looks back at the game where it all changed.
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 Oklahoma brings to the showdown with Nebraska.
When Nebraska and Oklahoma meet for the first time since 2010 this Saturday, Jessica Coody will return to Norman with Husker Radio Network after spending nine years in Sooner Country.
Even if NU fans aren’t optimistic about this meeting, the game is rekindling memories of past heydays, when the game’s outcome almost annually determined conference championships and Orange Bowl bids.
Nebraska's defense showed that the Blackshirts could be "tough" in a win over Buffalo, but the Huskers still have work to do before taking on Oklahoma next week. Get the story from Sam McKewon.