Veteran Nebraska volleyball coach John Cook turned what was supposed to be a rebuilding season into a feel-good national championship story.
Kansas' first trip to PBA, Nebraska's quest for a fifth championship in volleyball, a 60-year reunion and visiting football recruits make for a big weekend.
John Cook is a relentless competitor, a tenacious leader and a confident teacher. Nebraska's head volleyball coach is also ultra-decisive. I mention that because, unsurprisingly, he does not hesitate
No. 5 Nebraska defeats No. 1 Penn State in the NCAA Final Four for its seventh straight victory over its Big Ten Conference foe. Now, the Huskers are a win away from a fifth national championship.
Nebraska's September victory at No. 1 Penn State validated the team's belief it could be very good, and now they are, facing the Nittany Lions in the Final Four.
As the countdown continues before Nebraska battles perennial power and No. 1-ranked Penn State in the 2017 NCAA Volleyball Tournament semifinals Thursday night in Kansas City, the time has arrived to
Nebraska stood toe-to-toe with its instate rival, but still can't end skid.
Can Nebraska end the Bluejays' dominance of instate rivalry? Huskers cruising through NCAA volleyball tournament; Frost keeping staff together.
Twenty years ago, the day after Scott Frost and Nebraska manhandled Payton Manning and Tennessee 42-17 in the Orange Bowl, a 5-year-old boy in Thousand Oaks, Calif., wanted to write a note to Frost so
Nebraska befuddled Minnesota with it's harassing defense, and players know they'll seed that same intensity in games to come.
Following Sunday's press conference to introduce Scott Frost as Nebraska's new head football coach was a multi-faceted experience for me, so I can only imagine what it meant to Tom Osborne, who saw
Hundreds of former players, coaches and staff members welcome home Scott Frost as Nebraska's new football coach