Tight end Cethan Carter's anticipated absence in Nebraska's Big Ten Conference game Saturday at Indiana opens up a heartwarming story in the replacement of an extraordinary athlete who's equipped
Take this from a guy who's won a Heisman Trophy and made the most electrifying play in the Game of the Century – the sheer beauty of athletics, at any level, is, was, and always will be the shared
Two days after more than 300 people packed Nebraska's West Memorial Stadium Club to celebrate the life of legendary Husker offensive line coach Milt Tenopir, two videos and a picture slideshow are now
George Finley Sullivan spent most of his life serving Nebraska student-athletes. He was the players' advocate to Husker coaches and a pioneer in the field of athletic training and physical therapy.
Someone made a movie about The Longest Yard, and after Saturday, one of Nebraska's three fourth-quarter touchdowns belongs in a league of its own. Let's call it The Longest Drive because it took 18
Senior softball player Lotte Sjulin was named Nebraska's 2016 Homecoming Queen on Saturday during halftime of the Husker football team's 31-16 victory over Illinois.
Big Red fans who will pack Memorial Stadium for its 351st consecutive home football sellout will see the latest video montage of Husker history before Johnny "The Jet" Rodgers (1972), Mike Rozier
To honor one of the most successful and popular assistant coaches in college football history, Nebraska athletic administrators have decided to offer a live audio stream of Sunday's Celebration of
The most transformative position from Mike Riley's first year at Nebraska to his second year is linebacker, and the man leading that high-octane transition from a serious shortage to a surplus
Monday was role reversal day for safety Kieron Williams, whose 30 tackles lead Nebraska in its 4-0 start. The Shreveport, La., native has played in all 30 games in his third season, but Monday's press
On Tuesday, in the privacy of his second-floor office inside Memorial Stadium's North complex, Nebraska Offensive Line Coach Mike Cavanaugh swallowed hard and cried more than once.
Last Saturday, Mike Devaney, the 74-year-old son of the late Bob Devaney, stood inside the Ndamukong Suh Strength and Conditioning Complex to hear Mike Riley describe Nebraska's gutty comeback win