A certain local columnist is extremely interested in whether Scott Frost can right the Big Red ship, which indicates a belief it still can happen.
After each crushing loss, media wonder if this Nebraska team will fold up its tent. One game remains, and we doubt we'll see any quit now.
My, how times have changed at NU. Frank Solich's revamped staff was 10-3 in 2003, yet was shown the door. Now, Scott Frost faces his own trying task.
Scott Frost and Trev Alberts have a heavy emotional investment. They want to be here and most likely want to stay here. That counts for plenty.
As Scott Frost discussed his interactions with Trev Alberts, it was difficult to avoid recollections of previous head coach-A.D. relationships.
Nebraska's defense has played well this season, for the most part. But Scott Frost needs much more from another program staple -- the Pipeline.
Getting players fully prepared in every way is one way to alleviate pressure on them. But there are others, Steven M. Sipple writes.
Husker coach Scott Frost and new AD Trev Alberts established communication right away, unlike Bo Pelini and Shawn Eichorst in 2012.
Former Nebraska football coach Bo Pelini left Youngstown State in early 2020, but on Tuesday that program was punished by the NCAA for a recruiting violation Pelini committed while he was there.
A columnist's conversation with a spokesman for the football gods may help Nebraska fans feel a bit better about Scott Frost's plight.
All-time Husker great Lavonte David plays a key role for a Tampa Bay Buccaneers team that's equipped to make deep playoff run.
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It was one of those days. You know the kind: Disjointed football and heavy grumbling in the stands. Luckily for head coach Bo Pelini and the Huskers, Niles Paul struck with an 85-yard touchdown return that ignited a blowout.
Ameer Abdullah looked like Super Mario with the invincibility star, bouncing off five different Cowboys until he was running free and saving a program from embarrassment.
You could tell it was one of those "world-is-crumbling" days because Husker AD Shawn Eichorst felt the need to tell the masses that all is well in the football program -- a certain nod to the contrary.
"I am more confident about that even in a bad situation than ever as to where we can go," Mike Riley said Monday.