Nebraska Video Coordinator Gregory Eaton was honored this week with a selection to the Hudl 100. The list, which features 100 individuals, teams and organizations making an impact through sports.
See how former Husker Terran Petteway fared in the NBA Las Vegas Summer League on Friday night.
Match-ups with Kansas, Clemson and Creighton, along with three games at the Wooden Legacy, highlight Nebraska's 2016-17 men's basketball non-conference schedule released Thursday afternoon.
University of Nebraska Men's Basketball Coach Tim Miles announced Monday that Evan Taylor has signed with Nebraska and will join the Husker program for the 2016-17 season.
Former Husker basketball player Jorge Brian Diaz will look to earn an Olympic bid on Saturday, as Puerto Rico advanced to the finals of the Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Belgrade, Serbia.
Despite another solid performance from Tai Webster, New Zealand was unable to hold a fourth-quarter lead in falling to France, 66-59, on Thursday.
Former Husker Terran Petteway will continue his quest to make an NBA roster beginning this weekend with the Las Vegas Summer League.
Behind a double-double from Tai Webster, New Zealand opened the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament with an 89-80 win over the Philippines Wednesday morning.
Rising senior Tai Webster (Auckland, New Zealand) looks to help New Zealand to an Olympic berth, as the 2016 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament takes place this week.
University of Nebraska student-athletes produced another outstanding year in the classroom, the community and in competition to continue NU's tradition of success in 2015-16. The Huskers increased their nation-leading total of all-time CoSIDA Academic All-Americans to 325 with five academic All-Americans across all sports.
Shavon Shields made his summer league debut on Saturday, as the Orlando Magic's Blue Team fell to Indiana, 93-66.
Former Husker Shavon Shields will embark on his professional career beginning this weekend, as he will play in the 2016 Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League.