Most college students expect the freshman year workload to be heavier than high school, but that transition took a whole new dimension for Jeannie Lozowski.
One of the most decorated student-athletes in Nebraska's storied athletic history was inside the standing room-only Bob Devaney Sports Center last Saturday night in Lincoln.
Johnny 'The Jet' Rodgers, Nebraska's first of three Heisman Trophy winners, is downright eager to see the Huskers play Saturday night when they host No. 8 Wisconsin in front of the 357th consecutive
Blackshirts hold Illinois to 199 total yards as Nebraska eases way to Big Ten road victory.
Seven Husker athletic letterwinners will be inducted into the Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame Foundation Sunday afternoon at Lincoln East High School. The most prominent honoree, however,
Illini sport one of the nation's youngest teams under second-year coach Lovie Smith.
Former Husker center begins interim role as A.D.; Jaimes came prepared for debut; Jones takes another step
Huskers have put the clamps on last two foes; Tanner Lee knows his task at hand; O-Line coming together.
The expression "use a picture because it's worth a thousand words" first appeared in a 1911 newspaper article that quoted editor Tess Flanders' take on journalism and publicity.
Nebraska uses a consistent rushing attack, a salty defense and consistent special teams to collect a relieving victory over Rutgers.
Huskers want to return to having fun, which means return to winning.
Nebraska fans everywhere understand why there is no place like Nebraska, but few know Gene Moody, who will sit in East Memorial Stadium seats Saturday for a 400th consecutive home game.