Now that Nebraska has a Spring Game to scrutinize and analyze and a football team to develop physically and emotionally in the next four months, we hit the pause button for an update
Serious football fans know that Scott Frost is a proven winner who went 36-2 in his three seasons as a Husker quarterback before going on to be a pivotal part of a 122-25 record in his 11-year
Quarterbacks perform well before record-setting Spring Game crowd, as Frost era gains momentum heading into summer mode.
Lincoln - In front of a crowd of 86,818 Husker fans, the Nebraska football team hosted its annual Red White Spring Game on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The official attendance of 86,818 set a Nebraska Spring Game record and marked the eighth-largest crowd for a spring game in NCAA history.
The Nebraska football program is proud to announce that 49 members of the 2017 team have been named to the 21st annual Brook Berringer Citizenship Team. The honored student-athletes will be recognized on the field before kickoff of Saturday's Red-White Spring Game at Memorial Stadium.
Memorial Stadium will have state-of-the-art LED lights this fall, while fans in North Stadium will enjoy closer visits to restrooms and concessions for Saturday's Spring Game.
Lincoln - The Nebraska football team practiced for just over two hours in full pads on Thursday inside the Hawks Championship Center.
On Thursday morning, Head Coach Scott Frost announced the rosters for Saturday's Red-White Spring Game at Memorial Stadium. Kickoff is set for 11 a.m. and the game will be carried live on the IMG Husker Sports Network and televised live to a national audience on BTN.
Nebraska will hold its annual Red-White Spring Game on Saturday at Memorial Stadium, with kickoff set for 11 a.m. The game will be carried live on the IMG Husker Sports Network and televised live to a national audience on BTN.
Redshirted freshman receiver is 100 percent and eager for Spring Game; Tacklers taught to 'shoot your shot' and go; Bradley a perfect fit for Frost offense.
The Nebraska football team practiced for just over two hours on Tuesday inside the Hawks Championship Center, working out in full pads and helmets.
LINCOLN - The Nebraska football team practiced for just over two hours on Saturday inside the Hawks Championship Center, working out in full pads. Saturday also marked the second day of the Nebraska Spring Coaches Clinic with more than 600 coaches in attendance.