A new Nebraska offensive line candidate emerged over the weekend as Scott Frost looks to fill three more positions.
Nebraska knows it's going to have to replace a lot of production on the defensive side of the ball.
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.
The 2021 Nebraska football season has so many statistics that defy logic, it’s difficult to decide which is the most incredible.
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.
Time to level up. Parker Gabriel takes a closer look at how the Huskers and Badgers line up: storylines, keys, meaningful stats, predictions.
"He doesn’t have those up-and-down moments that a lot of young guys do," said Barrett Ruud. "He’s really consistent."
"I love Sev. Not everybody can play. And this is the way college football is going to be," Frost said of the Tulsa native leaving the program.
At this point, Nebraska's administration either believes in Scott Frost or it doesn't. On this day, the Huskers showed plenty of reasons to believe.
It's a crystal clear, brisk October morning in Minneapolis. One pregame note is the offensive line, which is a little bit shorter on depth than usual.
One criticism of Frost’s program seems to be fading into the woodwork. But, an important measure of how far it's come looms Saturday.
Time to level up. Parker Gabriel takes a closer look at how the Huskers and Wolverines line up: storylines, keys, meaningful stats, predictions.
As one Husker put it this week, the Nebraska-Michigan game won't come down to physical attributes. It will be decided by what's between the earholes of those iconic helmets.
Sam looks at the three keys for the Huskers against Michigan.
What's the next step for the Huskers? “We need to bring up the other side of the ball and then special teams too," says one budding Blackshirt.
Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett put a bow on Nebraska’s loss to Michigan State and dive deep into the Huskers’ troubles on the offensive line and in special teams. The conversation includes stats that get to the heart of the struggles, some names to watch as NU explores changes up front and more. That, plus game predictions and a rundown of a big recruiting weekend for Fred Hoiberg’s men’s hoops program, which hosts its Opening Night event Friday at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
In a 23-year coaching career that's taken him to every level of the game, Nebraska special teams coordinator Mike Dawson said he’s learned to “wash away” most plays on special teams, whether good or bad.
Mike Dawson, Nebraska's special teams coordinator, spoke at length Tuesday about holding himself and his players accountable for their costly mistakes against Michigan State.
Mike Dawson specials teams knows what happened in Michigan State and what they need to do
NU coach Scott Frost didn't mince words about the need for better play by the O-line and special teams. But will it happen soon?
The Huskers owned the second half but eventually made the critical error — "Punt right" will be known as "Punt wrong."
Check out photos from the Huskers battle with No. 20 Michigan State in Spartan Stadium.
If NU beats Michigan State, fans' hope would abound. A heavy conversation would lighten considerably, and reaching a bowl would still seem doable.