No one asked me for my opinion on Nebraska's Primeknit Husker Bold alternative football uniforms, but I will share my views anyway. They're clean. They're great. They rock.
Nebraska legendary volleyball coach Terry Pettit says good friend Jeff Schmahl was passionate about three things – his faith, his family, and whatever else was in front of him at the moment.
Last Wednesday's second annual Big Red Scramble at Quarry Oaks Golf Course and Iron Horse Golf Club in Ashland, Neb., ended up being a reunion of sorts, featuring an unlikely pair
When an estimated 125 Nebraska football players showed up Sunday morning as volunteers for the third annual Uplifting Athletes Road Race, you could tell something special was in the late July air
Alex Gordon is an iconic name and a popular figure in Lincoln, at the University of Nebraska, across the state and wherever Husker fans live or visit. He's the only National Player of the Year in
Forrest E. Behm, the most inspiring walk-on in Nebraska football history and believed to be the oldest College Football Hall-Famer, died Monday in Corning, N.Y., at age 95.
In the vast world of business, efficiency is never an accident, and in the widely expanding world of strength and conditioning, productivity is always the result of a commitment to excellence built on
Amanda (Trujillo) Scrivner and her husband, Marcos Scrivner, share a common bond and an uncommon passion. Both excelled at the highest level in the NCAA-sanctioned sport of rifle.
One of the best things about college athletics is the academic excellence student-athletes achieve at the same time they're competing for conference championships and All-America stature.
For avid Nebraska football fans, Saturday, Sept. 5th is already circled on family kitchen calendars and personal electronic schedules. It is, after all, the Huskers' season opener against BYU, so let
Everyone who's anyone in the wide world of track and field knows that Nebraska's own Charlie Greene was once the world's fastest man. A former world record-holder in the 100-meter dash, Greene was a
The only centurion ever to receive two standing ovations in front of a sold-out Memorial Stadium football crowd and a packed Pinnacle Bank Arena basketball throng died quietly Sunday afternoon, June 7