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An April-through-June window for early official visits
is endorsed by two NCAA committees.
Billy Devaney is an example of the growing importance of off-field staffers
in college football programs.
Athlon pegs Nebraska for second place
in the Big Ten West in 2017.
Who will line up where? Adam Carriker
projects what Nebraskas new defense will look like, personnel-wise, in 2017.
Husker O-line commit Brenden Jaimes
has spurned recent overtures from Texas, Baylor and TCU and says he's 100 percent Nebraska.
Grueling workouts land at least three Oregon players
in the hospital.
Cal hires Wisconsin defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox
as head coach. Also, ex-Husker assistant Charlton Warren
becomes Tennessee's secondary coach, and Terry Joseph
replaces Warren at North Carolina.
demonstrates how a 3-4 defense works and explains why it could benefit the Huskers.
graded out as the second-best safety in college football in 2016 by Pro Football Focus.
Defensive end Guy Thomas
* of Miami, who committed to Nebraska sight unseen, makes a key trip to Lincoln this weekend. | List of visitors
is now available; proceeds go to the Sam Foltz Foundation.
Promising young talent will elevate the competition on the O-line
Mark Banker is out
and a search is on
* for a new defensive coordinator
.* Meanwhile, secondary coach Brian Stewart
is resigning to become defensive coordinator at Rice, and Ryan Gunderson is leaving as director of player personnel to coach the QBs at San Jose State. | Discuss
Sports on Earth ranks the 1983 Huskers
No. 1 among losing teams in national title games.
USA Today's Paul Myerberg gives Nebraska a B-minus
as he grades all 128 FBS teams for the 2016 season.
tackles the question: Has there ever been a college football team as good as 95 Nebraska? (He may have found one.)
A wealth of returning talent is creating high hopes
* for the Huskers' defensive secondary in 2017.
Ohio State hires former Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson
as co-offensive coordinator.
Is it September yet? Sporting News places Nebraska at Oregon
among the top opening-month games for 2017.
Bigger roles are coming for returning Husker running backs
who had limited carries playing behind Terrell Newby.
Adam Carriker gives his gut reaction
to Clemson's win over Alabama for the national championship. Spoiler alert: He's pumped!
: How do you feel about the Huskers' recruiting class?
Steve Sipple says Athletic Director Shawn Eichort's recent comments about talent have turned up the pressure on Husker recruiting
,* and Sam McKewon says Nebraska must keep aiming high
Josh Banderas hopes two months of training in Phoenix
* will be the start of a path to the NFL.
weighs in on recruiting, Bo Pelini's FCS championship game and Monday night's Alabama-Clemson matchup.
This week in Husker history: After Nebraska's second consecutive national championship, coach Bob Devaney considers retirement
Lincoln East O-lineman Chris Walker
,* a Wyoming commit, gets a Nebraska offer.
On the defensive line
,* there's a need for depth at tackle and difference-makers at end.
Omaha native Jim Connor has become a star in the college football world as the actor behind Dr Pepper's Larry Culpepper
Bo Pelini's Penguins come up short
in the FCS championship game.
Iowa offensive coordinator Greg Davis
, who held the same post at Texas for 13 seasons, announces his retirement.
Texas coach Tom Herman strongly defends his hiring of former Nebraska assistant Tim Beck
as offensive coordinator.
Bo Pelini is in the spotlight as he prepares his Youngstown State team for Saturday's FCS championship game: 1
The Music City Bowl was No. 2 in attendance
among non-playoff bowls.
gives his five keys to improving Husker football.
ESPN.com's Brian Bennett has three questions
about the 2017 Huskers, and they start with the quarterback position.
Dirk Chatelain says Mike Riley's future will hinge on whether he can narrow the Huskers' talent gap
.* | Recruiting updates: 1
: Which unit was more disappointing in the bowl loss?
between quarterbacks Tanner Lee and Patrick O'Brien is already under way.
Former Husker Zaire Anderson describes the frightening temporary paralysis
he suffered in Sunday's Raiders-Broncos game.
Mike Riley faces hard choices
* about the direction of the offense, Sam McKewon writes.
Former Husker Eric Johnson
is trying to help John Parrella reel in a four-star defensive end from Georgia.
Was the season a success? Two views
from one writer.