Emotions will be running high Saturday at Memorial Stadium as Scott Frost begins his Husker coaching career.
When Nebraska launches its football season Saturday night against Akron, the reverberation of Memorial Stadium will be as loud as ever.
Sophomore safety JoJo Domann expresses confidence in himself and coaching staff as he returns from injury.
Adrian Martinez will become the first true freshman in Nebraska football history to start a season opener at quarterback when the Huskers host Akron on Saturday.
Jacob Weinmaster, Wyatt Mazour and Bryan Reimers joined the team as walk-ons and now have scholarships; Tre Bryant is leaving football because of knee problems; No quarterback announcement, yet.
Defending national champion Nebraska enters 2018 season with question marks, but coach John Cook is confident in team's leadership and youth.
Bill Moos and Matt Davison tell fans at Husker Nation Kickoff Tour how Scott Frost has helped reunite former players and instill faith toward returning program to greatness.
Coaching staff closing in on naming a starting quarterback; Andre Hunt making a favorable impression at wide receiver; Bryant fighting his way back
Bob Devaney, one of seven members being inducted into the University of Nebraska Athletics Hall of Fame, saw circumstances not unlike what Scott Frost is facing today.
An estimated 8,000 people came to Memorial Stadium on Saturday night to meet and greet Husker football players and coaches.
Race at quarterback is narrowing; running back Greg Bell impressing with his footwork; young tight ends gaining boost.
Junior college transfer Deontai Williams is competing for a starting spot at safety.