Zac Taylor seems to be the perfect coach at the perfect time for the Cincinnati Bengals, writes Dirk Chatelain. And the proof is a simple gesture he made after their historic playoff win.
When his former Husker teammates saw Zac Taylor making "the call of the year," they noticed something beyond his gutsy decision. The same traits they saw in huddles 15 years ago.
Look around. The bowl games stink like raw sewage writes Dirk Chatelain. Rutgers in the Gator Bowl? What’s the gagging sound you hear under the table? That’s just Snot yakking on a bone.
Mickey Joseph was at the heart of a fierce Nebraska-Oklahoma recruiting battle. Now 35 years later he's returned to Lincoln as the perfect guy to reignite Husker recruiting, writes Dirk Chatelain.
Nebraska has college volleyball’s best defense and libero Lexi Rodriguez is their anchor, their tone-setter, their inspiration. “I do think she’s the best libero in the country,” Kayla Banwarth said.
It’s been a rough couple years for Nebraska sports. Husker volleyball is the antidote, writes Dirk Chatelain. It’s easy to forget what greatness feels like. But NU volleyball reinvigorates the soul.
New wide receivers coach Mickey Joseph learned a lesson in Nebraska's loss to Colorado in 1990. Now he tells it to his new Husker wideouts.
Johnny Rodgers has returned to his Omaha home following a harrowing monthlong COVID scare that consumed several members of his family. He regrets that he hadn’t been vaccinated.
In his first interview as a Husker assistant, Mickey Joseph discussed his expectations for Nebraska's receivers, his recruiting philosophy and why he chose to come back to his alma mater.
Dirk Chatelain covers a lot in this column: Fred Hoiberg's Nebraska basketball problem; Grown men acting like children in college football; Thoughts on Scott Frost's hires; and a Johnny Rodgers update.