Having the great opportunity to report directly to Tom Osborne when he became director of athletics at Nebraska, I asked the legendary coach to reminisce about the toughest losses he experienced
Nebraska seeks an early key road victory in the Gavitt Games to bolster its postseason resume.
A funny thing happened to me and to two former Nebraska sportswriters Saturday as we walked out of TCF Bank Stadium to catch a train back to our hotel in downtown Minneapolis. A few minutes after
Sophomore wing earned his first career double-double to help Nebraska to its season opening victory over Eastern Illinois.
A stagnant offense has the Gophers reeling and in desperate need of a victory to inch closer to bowl eligibility.
Since at least 3,000 Nebraska fans will be in Minneapolis Saturday morning for a Big Ten Conference football game that will honor Veterans Day in a nationally televised game on Fox Sports 1, the
The Huskers Sports Network will be broadcasting live from downtown Minneapolis the night before Nebraska faces the Gophers.
Damian Jackson, a 27 year-old freshman walk-on, is still learning, working in hopes of some day contributing on field.
University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds and new Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos had strong reasons for Husker fans to embrace Saturday's annual salute to veterans, one weekend ahead of
Nebraska falls to Northwestern at home again, dropping heartbreaking overtime decision.
Wildcats come to Lincoln with back-to-back overtime victories and need one win for bowl eligibility.
Saturday is a great day for Nebraskans to honor America's flag, respect our country's freedom and acknowledge two Husker football-related families – the Murphys and the Kiffins.