An estimated 8,000 people came to Memorial Stadium on Saturday night to meet and greet Husker football players and coaches.
Race at quarterback is narrowing; running back Greg Bell impressing with his footwork; young tight ends gaining boost.
Junior college transfer Deontai Williams is competing for a starting spot at safety.
Quarterback battle won't likely be settled soon; meantime, a freshman running back is turning heads in practice, while the Blackshirts are making strides, too.
Running back Tre Bryant is eager to make the most of his opportunities in a new offensive system after a knee injury put his football career in jeopardy.
Nebraska coach Scott Frost invites former teammate and defensive end Mike Rucker to visit with the Huskers to conclude a long first day of preseason training camp.
Feeding off productive summertime workouts and fueled by the belief of a new coaching staff, Nebraska football players are eager to begin a strenuous four weeks of preseason training camp.
Frost, players meet with Big Ten reporters in Chicago and detail changes being made in Nebraska's program, and expectations for the future
Former first team All-Big 12 golfer Brady Schnell is participating in the British Open and on the verge of earning his PGA Tour Card.
Bo Kitrell says the annual Nebraska Football Road Race is a great way to interact with fans while also raising awareness and funds for pediatric brain cancer.
Tristan Gebbia says the Nebraska Football Road Race not only raises funds for pediatric brain cancer, but also gives players an opportunity to interact with fans and make a positive impact on youth.