Huskers have put the clamps on last two foes; Tanner Lee knows his task at hand; O-Line coming together.
The Nebraska football team practiced for over two hours with helmets only on Monday evening inside the Hawks Championship Center and outside on the Ed and Joyanne Gass Practice Field.
Huskers Turn Attention to Friday Night Showdown
Nebraska hits the road for the first time in Big Ten Conference play taking on Illinois on Friday night in Champaign. Game time at Illinois' Memorial Stadium is set for shortly after 7 p.m. CT, with national television coverage on FS1 and radio coverage on the IMG Husker Sports Network.
The Big Ten Conference announced on Monday morning that Nebraska's Oct. 7 home game against Wisconsin at Memorial Stadium will kick off at 7 p.m. CT and will be televised nationally on BTN.
The expression "use a picture because it's worth a thousand words" first appeared in a 1911 newspaper article that quoted editor Tess Flanders' take on journalism and publicity.
Nebraska uses a consistent rushing attack, a salty defense and consistent special teams to collect a relieving victory over Rutgers.
Lincoln - Nebraska's defense produced another strong effort, while the offense used a powerful ground game fueled by Devine Ozigbo and Mikale Wilbon to claim a 27-17 win over Rutgers in its Big Ten opener at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Huskers want to return to having fun, which means return to winning.
Nebraska fans everywhere understand why there is no place like Nebraska, but few know Gene Moody, who will sit in East Memorial Stadium seats Saturday for a 400th consecutive home game.
Harrison Jordan's family has had season tickets to Nebraska football since the 1960s, so being a Husker fan was inevitable, but playing for the Huskers was a dream come true for Harrison.
If there was one thing that senior wide receiver Brett Classen was sure about coming out of high school, it is that he wanted to play football for Nebraska. He knew it since he was a little kid, thanks to his upbringing by parents Mark and Deb who also bleed Husker red. Brett is from Medina, Minn., and got a scholarship offer to play football at Winona State.