Zac Lee may be untested, but hes drawing plenty of praise
from his teammates.
Tom Shatel sees a league title game in Texas as a potential plus
Yahoo Sports Matt Hinton
asks: When will we know if Nebraska is back?
Jordan Makovicka, like brother Justin, decides to transfer
Steve Sipple sees four swing games
as being pivotal for the Huskers. Tom Shatel wonders whether its the Norths turn for a three-way tie
at the top.
Watch ESPNs Andre Ware
give his assessment of the current state of NU football.
Quentin Castille is fined
in an auto-registration case.
Sam McKewon looks at how to fix
the Big 12's North-South disparity.
A shoulder injury
could put linebacker Matt Holt on the sideline for the season.
Tad Stryker points to a key category
in which the Huskers need to improve.
With none of the hype
of four years ago, Marlon Lucky again sets out to prove himself at the next level.
feels good about Pierre Allen & Barry Turner at defensive end.
QB Kody Spano
is back at "full bore" after ACL surgery, Shawn Watson says.
Memorial Stadiums new ribbon boards and high-definition displays make it a whole new ballgame
for the Husker Vision crew.
How does Mike McNeill
stack up against the top tight ends in Husker history?
Howard Schnellenberger says his QB has a better arm
than Bernie Kosar.
NETs walk-on documentary gets a thumbs-up
from Steve Sipple.
The man who stole from Tom Osborne: Lynn Finney tells his story: Part 1
| Part 2
Carl Pelini will appear at fan picnics in Wichita
on July 25 and Topeka
on Aug. 1.
Former Huskers say they get a charge
out of seeing their likenesses in video games.
DeAntae, Cortney and Ronnell Grixby are fined
for an altercation
at a bowling alley.
Cody Glenn spends some time at home
in Rusk, Texas, before training camp.
Congrats to the latest Huskers
set to join
the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame
: Kenny Brown, Dennis Carlson, Dana Brinson, Kelly Saalfeld and Steve Warren.
This season is Derek Meyers one shot
to fulfill his dream.
Pete Fiutak of CollegeFootballNews.com previews
the 2009 Cornhuskers.
What used to be taken for granted
— no turnover on the coaching staff — should pay dividends for the Huskers this season, Tad Stryker writes.
While Monte & Lane work in Tennessee, another Kiffin
keeps a low profile in Lincoln.
The Jayhawks are out to prove to the football world that they have staying power
Tom Osborne puts the finishing touches on his fourth book
Steve Sipple will be the guest speaker at the Iowans 4 Nebraska golf outing
Baylor and QB Robert Griffin have bowl hopes
in in 2009.
is set for a sooner-than-usual Aug. 8 at Memorial Stadium.
Iowa States new coach has a real fixer-upper
on his hands.
Charlie McBride takes his new duties as a Harris poll
Can Texas Tech
reload after losing Michael Crabtree and Graham Harrell?
This years version of the Missouri Tigers has a lot of young faces
Barney Cotton discusses whos emerging
at what positions on the O-line.
Niles Paul reportedly has struck a plea deal
in his DUI case.
Only Uncle Sam
can get the BCS to change, Sam McKewon writes.
Trev Alberts fast start
as A.D. at UNO gets noticed by the New York Times.
A look at Florida Atlantic
, the program Howard Schnellenberger built from scratch.
At age 93, Madelyn Elder
of Scottsbluff is a Husker fan who truly gets around.
Former Husker fullback Willie Miller gets probation
in a 2008 road-rage incident.
battles for a spot on the Jacksonville Jaguars roster.
Tom Osborne shares some memories of the 1962 team
and its coaching staff.