Despite loss, Nebraska proved it can contend with nation's best; Huskers' Super Bowl streak on line; Berger gets shot against No. 1 wrestler.
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo says Nebraska is an NCAA Tournament team with many victories to come after his Spartans win 70-64.
Nebraska has won 20 straight home games, tying a program record, heading into Thursday night's game against No. 6 Michigan State.
Senior guard Glynn Watson lifted Nebraska with perimeter shooting after Indiana made expected push, and the Huskers held off the Hoosiers.
Junior forward Isaiah Roby contributed with 22 points, 11 rebounds and several game-clinching plays in the final minutes of the Huskers' 70-64 victory over Penn State.
Former Nebraska football coach and player Frank Solich returns to Nebraska after 15 years and is honored with legacy award named for his Husker predecessor, Tom Osborne.
Harley Kessler, a 16-year-old from North Star High School who's battling cancer, had his wish granted of meeting Nebraska wrestlers when he served as an honorary captain.
Nebraska has lost George Finley Sullivan, one of the Huskers' greatest and most popular athletic heroes who died at age 91 last week after complications following foot surgery. Sullivan, also known as Sully, was a former Nebraska football player and a renowned physical therapist and head athletic trainer at his alma mater.
Nebraska signed seven offensive and defensive linemen, including a highly touted defensive end, on what Scott Frost said was a 'drama-free' early Signing Day.
Playing before a big pro-Husker crowd in South Dakota, Nebraska pulled away from Oklahoma State for a decisive victory.
Underdog Nebraska goes for an unprecedented consecutive national title against top-ranked Stanford after epic comeback against Illinois.
One win shy of career victory No. 100, Tyler Berger wants the best from his Nebraska teammates, and will do anything within his power to will them to their best.