It was the same old story, just written a little differently, as Creighton built an early lead on a run that has become commonplace in this series.
The North Platte Community College men’s basketball team didn’t have its best shooting night against Cloud Community College, but a run midway through the second half was enough to help the Knights close out a 71-53 win.
Yes, Nebraska will have plenty of time to recover physically after playing eight straight weeks to open the season. But there’s also work to do.
Perhaps it was fitting that a player who clearly has developed a powerful bond with Erik Chinander made the play that ignited a special performance.
The Huskers went toe-to-toe with the Sooners, but Nebraska's kicking problems, penalties and offensive inconsistency cropped up in a major way.
On this day, the Huskers got more than enough from the junior quarterback and a stingy defensive effort to improve to 2-1 this season.
It seems like Kearney has the formula in stopping North Platte’s triple option. The Bearcats gave the Bulldogs their first loss of the year with a 42-14 victory on Friday.
A scoreless tie halfway through St. Pat’s Friday night contest against Centura quickly turned into a 14-0 Irish lead less than three minutes into the second half.
Erik Chinander said he felt his unit was on the cusp of an elite performance but "we weren’t quite ready to do it yet." So, what's the next step?
Jackson Roberts rushed for two touchdowns as St. Pats beat Doniphan-Trumbull 41-6. Quarterback Jack Heiss rushed for two scores as well.
A notable development: the first half will not include any live tackling, but the second half will. Scott Frost explains why.
The North Platte girls soccer team dominated possession time in a 5-0 win over Lexington on Thursday afternoon at Madison Middle School.
The North Platte boys and girls soccer teams played Kearney close for the first half of their matches on Wednesday. But a string of second half goals by both Bearcat squads was the difference.
Nebraska saw Year 2 of the Hoiberg era end in an avalanche of fouls and turnovers. In a way, it was a good microcosm of the entire season.
The Huskers rallied from a 16-point first-half deficit to take a four-point lead with 2:22 left, but couldn't hold on in a wildly entertaining game.
The Irish opened with 24 unanswered points en route to a 77-44 win over Creighton in a prep boys basketball D1-3 district final at Wood River High School.
Fred Hoiberg: "The problem is, I'd take a guy out for it and I'd put the next guy in and he does the same damn thing."
Teddy Allen scored 41 points — including a school-record 28-point first half — in one of the best all-around performances by a Husker.
The 21st-ranked Badgers went stone cold in the first half, fell behind the 11th-ranked Hawkeyes and never could close the gap in a 77-62 defeat at the Kohl Center.
The Terps went on a 12-0 spurt after NU got within four points early in the second half, and stayed in control the rest of the way.
“We knew we had some mismatches, and we didn’t get into them early in the first half,” Mullen coach Brad Wright said. “But the second half, I thought we kind of got into a rhythm a little bit better and things started going our way.”
Michigan's offense was crisp all game and white hot for long enough as the Wolverines beat Nebraska 80-69 Friday at Pinnacle Bank Arena.