Aleks Maric, now 32-years-old, is 6-foot-11 and weighs 275 pounds, the same height and weight he was 11 years ago when Nebraska’s first-team All-Big 12 center left Lincoln.
When Lincoln’s weather reached 75 degrees Wednesday, I was not the only one wondering if Tom Osborne had gone fishing. Nebraska Athletics administrator Keith Zimmer and Husker social media guru Kelly
One of Nebraska’s most unique walk-on football players ever has Stage 4 prostate cancer. Anthony “Slick Steels” walked on from a military base in Saragosa, Spain, and went on to earn the prestigious
Sunday was a breakthrough day for Nebraska women’s basketball freshmen guards Hannah Whitish (5-9, Barneveld, Wis.) and Nicea Eliely (6-1, Colorado Springs, Colo.) Both saw dreams come true that
Nebraska's Darin Erstad helped his beloved Angels win a World Series nearly 15 years. He says the importance of breathing is all about air supply and knowing when to exhale.
In this age, courageous conversations are critical, if not fundamentally strategic, especially when Nebraska Athletics strives to be on the cutting edge of diversity and inclusion. To help the Huskers
After his high school graduation in Forest Hills, Mich., Tim Lambert knew wrestling at Nebraska would be a great opportunity to earn his education while competing at an NCAA Division 1 school.
On Friday, Feb. 17, the Nebraska baseball team opens its 2017 season with a four-game series against the University of California-Riverside in Tempe, Ariz. The Huskers then move to Surprise, Ariz., the
The starting center for Bob Devaney’s first three Nebraska football teams died last week at age 74. Lyle Sittler, a native of rural Martell, Neb., earned a full football scholarship after graduating
Oh what a night Thursday will be at Pinnacle Bank Arena. In the midst of being head coach of the world champion Cleveland Cavaliers, Husker fans will welcome Tyronn Lue back to Lincoln to retire his
If the essential ingredient of politics really is timing, then the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's chancellor and the institution's director of athletics were in the right place at the right time.
From across the country and around the world, the media often defines human rights activist Richard Lapchick as the most thorough internationally recognized expert on sport and society. A pioneer for