NCAA grants Isaac Copeland waiver, making the junior forward immediately eligible; Post Thanksgiving change for football brings back memories
Mike Riley expressed disappointment over his team's "lost opportunity" in Oregon; Bryant trying to recover from sore knee; A quick look at Northern Illinois.
Say what you want about the wild and wacky world of college football, but understand this – if Nebraska falls behind in the weeks or months ahead, do not give up and leave the stadium. Stay in your
If it is indeed true that one person's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things, give longtime Nebraska football season ticketholder Beth Lueth, an Iowa native, proper credit for
Spaniard Paula Del Cueto Castillo has found a new level of love for tennis at Nebraska.
A Cozad, Neb., native, Jay Terry has been a Nebraska equipment manager since 1997 and has served as the Huskers' head equipment manager since 2002. In charge of Nebraska football's equipment needs,
Ducks have nation's current leading rusher, a new, hard-nosed head coach and a defense looking to return to its winning roots.
Last Saturday's University of Nebraska Athletics retired jersey ceremony was a golden moment for eight families who have waited patiently to see their legendary Scarlet and Cream fathers, grandfathers
Darin Erstad will have Husker senior solely pitch in fall season; Palkert turns in strong summer; UCLA's return to Devaney
Since Nebraska's N Club is celebrating its 125-year anniversary, I thought it might be interesting to ask some former players for their view of Husker football's state of the union. Fortunately, six
Mike Riley, Bob Diaco not bothered by yardage numbers; Tre Bryant carries big load; Riley's return to Oregon
The dramatic ending to Nebraska's season-opening win over Arkansas State Saturday night gives Big Red fans the chance to take a deep breath and exhale before the Huskers visit Oregon for their first