The Big Ten Network enjoyed a pair of record-setting broadcasts last week, and both involved Nebraska.
Austin Allen, the Huskers' record-breaking tight end from Aurora, made the All-Big Ten first team on Wednesday and was named the conference's tight end of the year.
The freshman becomes the ninth player in the NU history to be a conference defensive player of the year, beating out several talented liberos.
Nebraska claims a top 10 seed for the 21st time in the last 22 years.
The Nebraska volleyball team will go into the NCAA Tournament with one of its best wins of the season.
The Huskers won their first set over Wisconsin since 2018 after dropping 14 in a row. However, the Badgers rallied to win the next three sets and earned their seventh straight win over NU.
Three things we learned and three things we still don't know about the Huskers coming out of Saturday's loss to Iowa.
The start was encouraging, but, in the end, the Huskers' chances of winning a Big Ten title this season took a major hit.
Can the Huskers end their campaign on a high note? Follow the action from Memorial Stadium with us.
The Huskers will try to end a six-match losing streak against Wisconsin on Friday at 4:30 p.m. If they manage to do so, Nebraska will secure at least a share of the Big Ten title.
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Gunnerson has battled injuries throughout his short time at Nebraska. Now, he's in line to be in the game plan for Black Friday vs. Iowa.
Nebraska football attracts a tough crowd. But here's hoping Adrian Martinez understands that a large share of Husker fans appreciate all he's done.
Adrian Martinez’s 2021 season is over. Is his career at Nebraska finished, too? That remains an open question for the immediate future.
Little changed in the weekly volleyball poll after Nebraska played only one match last week.
Nebraska held its position, and Creighton dropped one spot in this week's coaches poll. The Jays have already clinched a conference title. The Huskers enter the final week tied for first.
Scott Frost and his makeshift group of offensive coaches controlled the game, but the offense shot itself in the foot and stalled in the red zone.
Nebraska in 2021 had seen just about every kind of special teams error in the books and maybe even added a few new entries along the way.
After each game this season, The World-Herald will hand out a Husker Report Card, assessing Nebraska's performance in several areas. Here are the grades coming out of the Wisconsin game.
Tom Shatel would have loved to have seen Nebraska's one play if the officials had called pass interference on Wisconsin. But mostly, he thinks Adrian Martinez was robbed the chance to make history.
Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez came up short of a resounding win. Yes, again. After this season ends next week, his future at NU is uncertain.
The Huskers threw haymakers but they also made far more mistakes than the buttoned-up Badgers in a 35-28 loss in Madison, Wis.
The same old stuff separated the Huskers from winning a one-score game. Nebraska is 3-8. Wisconsin is 8-3. The gap between them Saturday was small and large at the same time, writes Sam McKewon.
Junior quarterback Adrian Martinez appreciated his coach’s willingness to fight, but knew nothing would change. More on the non-PI, and other notes.
Saturday's game marked the last in a seasonlong trend of Badgers fans leaving plenty of seats open. But, it was still plenty loud.