Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett send you into the weekend with a detailed chat about the football coaching staff, among other topics.
"How do we create the most physical football team in the Midwest?" Husker AD Trev Alberts asks. "Just start there." Sounds like a plan. A realistic one.
Chris Basnett takes a closer look at the Nebraska men's basketball team's matchup against Illinois on Tuesday.
New Nebraska offensive coordinator Mark Whipple’s recent comments may help "Run The Ball Guy" in the Husker fan base sleep better at night. "The Pittsburgh Steelers is always going to be in my blood," he says.
Before the season, it was OK to put an NIT bid as an expectation for Fred Hoiberg's third-year Husker program. That now looks like a pipe dream.
Casey Thompson is Nebraska's prime QB target in transfer portal. He would be a fine addition. Check out this week's mailbag for more Husker chatter.
Joseph, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound corner, was a top-100 recruit coming out of Miami as a high school player and had extensive SEC interest.
We can all agree Nebraska's climb from mediocrity has to feature ample strength along the lines. Alabama and Georgia issued a gentle reminder using sledgehammers, if that's possible.
"Tough Tony" Davis remembers plenty about the 1974 Sugar Bowl, including one element that's particularly striking — literally striking.
Miller, who broke 11 school records, has "always wanted to run out of the tunnel with all the players and play in front of all the fans."
Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett discuss a busy Wednesday for Husker football and chat Final Four volleyball.
We're in full-swing on this busy day of national letters of intent, tweet graphics and recruiting stars. Stay up-to-the-minute with us.
Nebraska senior analyst Ron Brown says recruiting in the transfer-portal era "feels like rush-hour traffic in LA, with cars everywhere."
Recently-hired Husker assistant Mickey Joseph says Scott Frost "knows right now he needs to be the CEO and run the entire ship."
Hausmann spent weeks and months waiting for the right answer to emerge, and eventually it did: Nebraska was the spot for him.
Iowa center Tyler Linderbaum is this season's choice for the Rimington Trophy. Cam Jurgens is good enough to challenge for the award in 2022, Dave Rimington says.
Sam Mustipher describes Donovan Raiola as one of the most respected people in the Bears' organization. He's ready for his big job at NU, Mustipher says.
Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett break down the hires of Mark Whipple, Mickey Joseph and Donovan Raiola, among other Husker topics.
A chain-link fence actually played a key role for Nebraska in 1987 when it signed ballyhooed QB recruit Mickey Joseph.
Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez was forever calm and positive in an environment that often became tense and negative because of all the losing.
Those with knowledge of Cam Jurgens' situation say recent projections suggest he could be drafted in the middle rounds — the third, fourth or fifth.
Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett talk through the ever-evolving coaching searches that Scott Frost is currently conducting.
Bill Busch joined Nebraska's staff in February as a defensive analyst. Could he become the Huskers' next special-teams coach? Don't rule it out.
It's easy to imagine Kirk Ferentz telling his Iowa players to keep pressing Nebraska because the Huskers will make critical mistakes.
Following Iowa's 28-21 win against Nebraska on Friday, Steven M. Sipple and Parker Gabriel went live on Facebook. Here's a replay.