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September 2013

30 MON
Bo Pelini says the defense made progress* during the bye week and that Taylor Martinez is still “not quite 100 percent.” More from Monday's press conference: Gregory's fast start | Audio | Video
The Jr. Blackshirts program gives parents an alternative to finding babysitters on game days.
The Purdue game will have an 11 a.m. CDT kickoff and BTN telecast.
Mistakes and adversity serve as motivation* for Kenny Bell
Sam McKewon sees October as a proving ground* for the Pelini process.
Illinois' defense got a confidence boost Saturday but faces a much tougher test this week in Lincoln.
29 SUN
Tad Stryker says some basic D-line play would right a lot of wrongs.
Check out the Nebraska-Illinois stats comparison. | ESPNU telecast set
Don't call it a two-gap: Sam McKewon explains what Nebraska does* on defense and what's changed since 2009.
“Through These Gates” gets a thumbs-up from the LJS's Darnell Dickson. | Screening schedule | On disc | Official trailer
This week in Husker history: Even Minnesota's student manager plays as Minnesota routs the 1943 Huskers.
A North Dakota columnist suggests NU's black shirts be shipped to Fargo.
Kickoff returns,* a weak area for NU in 2012, have perked up this season.
Nebraska is 25th in the latest coaches' poll but remains unranked by AP.
Neil Smith says receiving his Blackshirt was “the turning point of my life.”
28 SAT
Nebraska's stellar pass defense* stats of recent years have taken a sharp turn for the worse this season.
Illinois tunes up for the Huskers with a 50-14 win over Miami of Ohio.
The coaches look to newcomer Randy Gregory* to step up as a leader.
27 FRI
Holdrege speedster Todd Brown recalls how he was able to live the dream as a Husker split end in the early 1980s.
New HuskerMax columnist Brian Bosiljevac sees nine wins as a low bar.
It's no bye week for the HuskerMax Friday Tailgate. Get the audio here.
Derek Johnson says Bo must do better at developing walk-ons on defense.
The safety spot* opposite Corey Cooper remains in flux.
Ross Els isn't panicking* over the lack of in-season recruiting commits.
26 THU
Fans from across the nation send birthday greetings to Jack Hoffman. | Awareness Day coverage: 1, 2* | Team Jack coverage
EA Sports pulls the plug on its 2014 college football game as it settles the case brought by Ed O'Bannon and former Husker Sam Keller. | Discuss
Tommy Armstrong's quick success is no shock* to his high school coach.
Dave Feit submits his breakdown of the South Dakota State game.
Tickets are available for the Outland Trophy “Top Seven Finalists” announcement and reception in Omaha on Nov. 19.
"Some ideas just take a while to catch on," says Ernie Chambers, who advocated paying college athletes in 1981. | Delany's stance
Steve Sipple says Tim Beck needs to resist the urge to reverse the paring-down* of the offense.
Pinnacle Bank Arena pulls the plug on its Husker football screenings.
25 WED
Bo Pelini sees defensive progress that “needs to continue.” More from Wednesday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Notes: 1, 2,* 3 | Video | Audio
What should be the focus in the bye week? Vote in our poll.
Corn Nation examines the Huskers' season so far by the numbers.
Pat Forde looks at top programs' talent and says Nebraska faces a tall task in trying to match it.
Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests: Barrett Ruud & Jamie Burrow.
The “Through These Gates” tour will make several eastern Nebraska stops this week, including Atkinson on Thursday, and then come weekend screenings in Arizona. | Full schedule | On disc | Official trailer
Dirk Chatelain expects Bo to stand by Taylor Martinez no matter what.
Mitch Sherman has a bye week to-do list for the Huskers.
Johnny Rodgers requests a pardon* for his 1971 grand larceny conviction.*
Hail Varsity examines statistical trends and determines a major reversal on defense is needed if NU is to avoid another four-loss season. | More math
The Nebraska Society of D.C.'s Taste of Nebraska is set for Oct. 26.
Where passion burns bright: The Memorial Stadium experience through the eyes of a South Dakota State student.
Go 3:15 into this audio for Jay Foreman's thoughts on Peyton Manning, what's ailing the defense, and more. | Crouch's observations
Switching to defense hasn't deprived cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste* of enjoying yards after catch.
Here's the Week 3 summary of Huskers in the NFL.
Hear about the latest in recruiting from HuskerOnline's Nate Clouse.
24 TUE
This week's Tale of the Tape focuses on NU's gap philosophy on defense.
Bo Pelini says it's “hard to say” whether Taylor Martinez will be ready to play against Illinois in 11 days. | Startling numbers*
Flawed contenders* abound in the Legends Division. | Big Ten notes*
Hear Rob Zatechka and Travis Justice discuss the South Dakota State game and the difficult week that preceded it. | Husker Dan's take
Mitch Sherman assesses the Huskers at the season's quarter pole.
David Santos* has battled back into contention at middle linebacker.*
Tom Shatel says there's another side* to Bo Pelini that too few get to see.
Here's the LJS's weekly update* on Husker recruits and prospects.
23 MON
Hear Damon Benning's breakdown of the SDSU game, plus Tommie Frazier's thoughts about the quarterback situation.
MVP honors go to Armstrong & Kellogg, and the game ball goes to Bo.
The defense will face slower-paced offenses in the next three outings.
Is a missing attitude at the root of the defense's woes? | Chatelain's take
The Illinois game will be televised on ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU.
Jay Foreman assesses the SDSU game and the first third of the season.
A simpler game plan* helped the offense," but fumbles* remain a problem.
As the defense tries to plug its leaks,* Sam McKewon says it's time to blitz,* while Steve Sipple says leaders* must step up. | Report card
Ron Brown* says last week was tough but “special” for the program.
22 SUN
The Nick Pasquale Foundation receives a donation from Californians for Nebraska, and UCLA fans say thanks for the support from Husker Nation.
The Huskers remain unranked in the AP and coaches' polls.
This week in Husker history: Fourth-quarter magic in 1963, ’68 and ’73.
Jared Crick has made a believer* of his D-line coach with the Texans.
An unusual recruiting story emerges as Keyuo Craver and three other former Huskers join the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame. | Inductee videos
21 SAT
The call for nominations is open for the Heroes Game honorees.
Nebraska 59, South Dakota State 20. The Huskers overcome a shaky defensive performance and swamp the Jackrabbits with an efficient offense directed by Tommy Armstrong and Ron Kellogg III. Coverage and multi­media can be found on the game page. | Stryker commentary | Postgame audio | Big Red Over-Reaction
Spencer Long explains how Uplifting Athletes, featured on today's game program, is an educational experience for players.
A tumultuous week, a new starter at QB, a quality lower-division opponent. Can the Huskers get back on track? Get the game-day stories from the papers in Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4),* Omaha (1, 2),* Grand Island* and Sioux Falls. Commentary: Sipple,* Shatel,* Babcock,* Tramel, Callahan
20 FRI
Defensive coordinator John Papuchis is expecting a new wrinkle or two from the Illinois offense.* | HuskerMax Report | More audio
Bo Pelini posts a letter to fans containing an apology and words of thanks for support at home and on the road.
Husker commit Mick Stoltenberg of Gretna has season-ending knee surgery.
Move over, Harbaugh brothers: Zac and Press Taylor have an early toehold in the NFL coaching ranks.
Zach Tegler describes the game view from behind a trombone.
You can help elect C.J. Zimmerer captain of the Good Works Team here.
Here's the BTN cable coverage map for Saturday's game.
The team has “good energy”* after a trying week, receivers coach Rich Fisher tells a Big Red Breakfast crowd.
Go five minutes into this audio to hear Eric Crouch's pregame analysis.
Ndamukong Suh donates backpacks and supplies to Omaha schoolkids.
Commentary: Gregg Doyel, Angry Dad, John Henderson, Stu Whitney and Blair Kerkhoff offer up views on Bo Pelini, and Dave Feit breaks down the UCLA game.
If you missed KLIN's Friday HuskerMax Tailgate, you can catch it here.
There's still time to enter CFN's drawing for Illinois tickets.
Avery Moss sets his sights on finishing plays.* | Notes: 1,* 2*
Gene Chizik* has harsh words for the Deadspin tipster.
Opponents' first-down success is putting the defense in a hole.
Taylor Martinez is declared doubtful* for Saturday's game, and Tommy Armstrong has the inside track* on getting the start at QB. More from Thursday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Audio | Video
The Nebraskans on SDSU's roster aren't putting extra stock in this game, center Taylor Suess of Columbus says.
19 THU
Jesse Kosch's Big Red of the Rockies is offering free shipping to keep the business going after the devastating Colorado floods.
A look back at defensive lineman Lawrence Pete: A weightlifter who happened to play football.
Husker Dan weighs in on bleep-gate and the UCLA game
If Taylor Martinez can't play, who'll be the QB? Vote in our poll.
Special awards are going out to a pair of donor families.
Former Huskers Adam Carriker, Will Compton and Roy Helu Jr. weigh in on the Bo Pelini audio controversy.
Hear the pregame thoughts of former Husker linebacker Clint Brown, the Jacks' defensive coordinator.
A South Dakota columnist sees the Huskers as “ripe for a Jackrabbit picking.” | SDSU's Nebraskans* | Rise of FCS
Commentary & analysis of NU's decision on Bo Pelini: Shatel,* Sipple,* Hansen,* Matteson,* Wasenius, Olbermann, Bennett
NU's pass defense* is springing leaks as veterans in the secondary try to do too much, Bo Pelini says. | Making adjustments* | Notes*
Former Husker Jordan Burroughs wins another wrestling world title four weeks after breaking an ankle.
In Randy Gregory and Avery Moss, Nebraska has two defensive ends with solid basketball credentials.
18 WED
Harvey Perlman and Shawn Eichorst decide Bo Pelini won't be disciplined* for his “deeply concerning” comments in 2011, which were actually dealt with* last year. | Official statements
Hear SDSU's coach talk about what worked in the 2010 game and how the Jacks can take some of that into Saturday. | Scouting report
Prince Amukamara: “Some people call me the black Tim Tebow.”
Zack Darlington works at rehabbing from his concussions and aims to participate in Nebraska's spring practices.
SDSU isn't counting on the Huskers being distracted. | Preview | 2-deeps
"I have an idea" who leaked the 2011 audio to Deadspin, Bo Pelini tells a Sirius XM radio host.
One of the Nebraskans on South Dakota State's roster says the teams' 2010 game in Lincoln was an eye-opener for him.
Tommy Armstrong and Ron Kellogg III battle* for the opportunity to fill in for Taylor Martinez if needed on Saturday. | Notes*
Harvey Perlman says there's no timetable* for deciding whether Bo Pelini will face disciplinary action. | Commentary: Couch, Greenstein, Anderson, Gruen, Wetzel, Lassan, Lange-Kubick* | Editorials: OWH,* LJS*
Adam Carriker and Andrew Shanle will be Saturday's guests on the Legends Radio Show, airing this week at 8 a.m. CDT.
17 TUE
The South Dakota State staff will wear Team Jack hats Saturday.
Turf toe* is keeping Taylor Martinez sidelined during practice this week, and his status for Saturday is uncertain. John Papuchis, meanwhile, expects the Huskers to play more 4-3 base defense this weekend. More from Tuesday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Video | Audio
Notes from Tuesday's Big Ten teleconference: 1,* 2*
Deadspin sheds some light on how it acquired* the 2011 recording.
Here's a Q&A to go with this week's tours of the groundbreaking facilities in East Stadium.
Hear former Husker P.J. Smith's thoughts about fair-weather fans, and Jason Peter on how Bo Pelini should be judged. | Rex weighs in*
Dirk Chatelain says there's a misperception that needs to be corrected.
Tale of the Tape breaks down some key plays in the UCLA game.
Bo Pelini says he doesn't know* if he will face university discipline* but says he expects forgiveness from most fans. | Perlman: We're reflecting*
Congrats to C.J. Zimmerer, named to the AFCA Good Works Team.
More commentary on Bo's status: Shatel,* Feit, Sipple,* Hlas, Boren, Barfk­necht,* StatePaper, Angry Dad, Corn Nation, Kanell, Johnson
Bo Pelini's switch to a lighter approach* represents a culture change* intended to improve players' psyches as well as on-field results. | Randy Gregory Q&A* | Notes: 1,* 2*
Five things to know* about South Dakota State football.
See how Nebraska recruits and prospects* fared in weekend play.
16 MON
Bo Pelini apologizes* after he is heard in an audio recording cursing about Husker fans and reporters after the 2011 win over Ohio State. Harvey Perlman says he is disappointed* and considering what to do. | Commentary: Sherman, Wetzel, Dodd | Social media: 1, 2,* 3 | Discuss
Dave Feit weighs in on Tommie vs. Bo and finds both parties at fault.
Will Taylor Martinez run more in the weeks ahead? Vote in our poll.
“We don't need him,” Bo Pelini says of Tommie Frazier's criticism* as he acknowledges he may need to dial down the pressure* on players.
Alfonzo Dennard admits to violating his probation.
Jay Foreman says leaders are needed in the defense's front seven.
UCLA appreciates the Huskers' display of respect and support.
Hear Rob Zatechka, Dave Rimington and Travis Justice discuss the Huskers' loss to UCLA and what to expect going forward.
Dirk Chatelain sees statistical signs of mental softness in the defense.
Sam McKewon sees mounting evidence* against “the process,” while Steve Sipple says the offense's multiplicity* might be working against Tim Beck. | Defensive focus* | Report card | Notes: 1,* 2,* 3
South Dakota State overcame a 12-point deficit* to beat Southeastern Louisiana. | Pregame page | Stats matchup
15 SUN
Nebraska went the extra mile in honoring Nick Pasquale.
This week in Husker history: Amos Alonzo Stagg's Chicago program poaches a Nebraska player and tries to lure a Cornhusker coach.
Columnists Derek Johnson, Jeremy Pernell and Justin Prestidge weigh in on matters of coaching. | Livid in Lincoln? | Shatel mailbag
The Huskers fall out of the coaches' and AP rankings.
KLIN's Big Red Replay recaps and analyzes Saturday's game.
A “Top Eight Blackshirts” salute goes out to Trev Alberts.
14 SAT
On the same day he was honored at Memorial Stadium, Tommie Frazier has harsh words about the state of the program. | Discuss
UCLA 41, Nebraska 21. The Huskers jump to an 18-point lead but then fold as the Bruins reel off 38 unanswered points for the win. Coverage and multimedia can be found on the game page. | Postgame audio | Big Red Over-Reaction | Stryker commentary
Thad Randle's football-playing mom is profiled in this ESPN video.
The Huskers have a chance to raise their national profile today as UCLA comes to town. Get the pregame scoop from the papers in Omaha (1, 2), Lincoln (1, 2, 3),* Grand Island (1, 2)* and Los Angeles (1, 2, 3, 4). Commentary: Feit, Shatel,* Sipple,* Callahan, Barfknecht.*
13 FRI
The Nebraska Society of D.C. will raise funds for Team Jack at a Washington Nationals game on Sept. 22.
Taylor Martinez has managed to thrive in a fishbowl. | QB matchup
Advance sales of “Through These Gates” discs are now available. | Screening schedule | Official trailer
Sam McKewon explains why NU's coaches like their defensive plan.
UCLA has donated several items for Saturday's drawings at two Cali­for­nians for Nebraska watch sites to benefit the Nick Pasquale Foundation.
Angry Dad has some pre-game observations to share.
If you missed KLIN's Friday HuskerMax Tailgate, you can catch it here.
Saturday's game will be a “great indicator” for Nebraska's young defense, John Papuchis* tells a Big Red Breakfast crowd.
The Huskers aim to avoid a repeat of their woeful open-field tackling* in Pasadena a year ago. | LBs ready* | Youth brigade | Sacks debate*
Stop by our tailgate Saturday morning and get your picture taken with The Jet Award trophy.
The efficiency* of Brett Hundley has NU's attention. | Opponent QB stats
Two prospects have official visits scheduled for this weekend. | Notes*
12 THU
The Huskers hold their final full practice for Saturday's game, and Bo Pelini* says it was a good finish to the week. | HuskerMax Report
A health challenge has given Randy Borg, a star of the 1973 Nebraska-UCLA game, a new perspective on life and football.
Dave Feit liked the win over Southern Miss but will reserve all judgment until after Saturday's game. | What to watch for
Clear communication is essential if Nebraska's young defense is to meet the challenge Saturday. | Game predictions
Enter this raffle for a Husker helicopter ride and help Salute the Troops.
Friday's “Through These Gates” screening in Havelock will benefit Larry the Cable Guy's Git-R-Done Foundation. | Full schedule | Official trailer
Keeping UCLA outside linebacker Anthony Barr* out of NU's backfield will be a tall task. | Scouting report* | Big opportunity
The 1993 team deserves to be remembered, Tom Shatel writes.
Take an inside look at Nebraska's football equipment room (video).
11 WED
Vincent Valentine welcomes his punishing role as the D-line's clog* man. More on the defense: Safeties' connection* | Collins' quick start*
Hail Varsity examines the offense's slow starts. | Notes*
UCLA's offense sets its sights on the school scoring record. | Preview
Barrett Ruud says his biggest leap as a player came courtesy of Bo Pelini.
Last year's win over NU was a difference-maker for the UCLA program.
A public tour of the expanded East Stadium will take place next week.
It's no accident that Terrell Newby wears Walter Payton's No. 34.
Dirk Chatelain says the numbers don't lie: Nebraska must not lose the turnover battle against this top-20 opponent
Daryl White and Paul Koch are Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests.
Proceeds from Californians for Nebraska's drawings at two watch sites Saturday will go to the Nick Pasquale Foundation.
Watch Taylor Martinez on BTN Live as he discusses the Huskers' progress heading into the UCLA game.
Hear Jay Foreman's thoughts on stopping the Bruins. | Corn Nation preview
Taylor Martinez's ability to improvise is a concern for UCLA.
The UCLA defense's second-half success* last year has Tim Beck and Taylor Martinez guarding against a repeat. | Notes*
The Husker secondary* knows it must stay in coverage longer against UCLA's mobile quarterback Brett Hundley.
Illinois* and its offense are a surprise success* so far in 2013.
Big Ten pride is at stake this weekend in four games against Pac-12 foes.
10 TUE
Husker Dan says the UCLA game represents a big opportunity for NU.
Atkinson is the place to be Sept. 26 as National Pediatric Brain Cancer Awareness Day is marked with a full slate of activities and dignitaries.
Bid on a “Through These Gates” autographed ball to benefit Team Jack.
Improvement over last year on third down against UCLA will be crucial for the Husker defense, John Papuchis* says after Tuesday's practice. More: HuskerMax Report | Notes* | Audio & video
The Huskers add Troy to the 2018 schedule.
The Hastings screening of “Through These Gates” was a big success. | Full schedule | Official trailer
I-back Ameer Abdullah discusses the upcoming game and the season so far in this video. | Evans Q&A
Jim Mora says there's no reason the early kickoff* should hinder UCLA.
Saturday's players of the game: Abdullah & Evans | Tale of the tape
The NFL fines Ndamukong Suh $100,000 for an illegal block.
Here's the Week 1 wrap-up of Huskers in the NFL.
Bo Pelini describes the challenges posed by UCLA's offense
From Corn Nation, some X's & O's on Nebraska's spread option.
Print out your rosters & two-deeps to have while viewing Saturday's game.
Becoming a team captain has boosted Quincy Enunwa's confidence.*
Speaking in Arkansas, Dr. Tom accentuates college athletics' positives.
Husker players are drawing motivation* from last year's loss to the Bruins, and the defense* and offense* have their particular focuses.
Sam Burtch wasn't the only one fired up* about his first catch. | Westerkamp Q&A* | Notes*
Know the foe: Five things about UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley*
There will be a moment of silence and helmet stickers will be worn Saturday for UCLA's Nick Pasquale.
The LJS has updates on several Husker recruits and prospects.*
09 MON
Tim Beck says the offense is focusing on doing “the little things right” in preparation for UCLA. More from Monday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Notes: 1, 2,* 3 | Audio
Hear Damon Benning's breakdown of the Southern Miss game.
The McCook paper looks back at the Dana X. Bible era at Nebraska.
What is your Husker color vs. UCLA? Vote in our poll.
Saturday's game presents an opportunity to make a statement.
Jim Mora walks out of his Monday press conference after media member talks on the phone as the coach addressed Nick Pasquale's death.
Here are notes (1, 2, 3*), audio and video from Monday's press conference. | Pregame notes | Depth chart
Jay Foreman and Corn Nation break down the Southern Miss game.
The South Dakota State game gets a 2:30 p.m. start and BTN telecast.
Sam McKewon says it's time for Tim Beck to loosen up* the offense.
UCLA also relies on true freshmen in its defensive line rotation.
Cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste's transformation may have started with some frank words from Bo Pelini and Terry Joseph after spring ball.
UCLA's veteran O-line represents a stern test for NU's youthful defensive line. | Promising freshman DTs* | Notes: 1,* 2*
Game days and alcohol are a mix that keeps Lincoln police busy.
08 SUN
Sad news from UCLA: Walk-on wide receiver Nick Pasquale has been struck and killed by a car. | Discuss
The UCLA game will feature a Hall of Fame salute to Tommie Frazier
The Huskers rise to 15th in the coaches' poll but slip to 23rd in AP.
KLIN's Big Red Replay recaps and analyzes Saturday's game.
There will be an encore showing of Through These Gates on Sept. 28 in Orange, Calif. | Full schedule | Official trailer
This week in Husker history: Forty years ago, the Tom Osborne era started with an exclamation point.
07 SAT
Nebraska 56, Southern Miss 13. The Huskers roll as the defense scores twice to help put away the Golden Eagles. All the coverage and multimedia can be found on the game page. | Stryker column
Matt Slauson, now a Chicago Bear, must prove himself* once again.
The legend of middle guard Rich Glover remains strong today.
These fans show that their Husker enthusiasm is forever young.
Audio features: This day in Husker history | One-on-one with Avery Moss
The Huskers aim to shore up the defense as Southern Miss comes to town on a mission to end a long losing streak. Here is the game-day coverage from Omaha (1, 2, 3, 4, 5),* Lincoln (1, 2, 3, 4),* Grand Island (1, 2), Hattiesburg, Biloxi and Jackson. Commentary: Shatel,* Sipple, Callahan*
06 FRI
The 1963 team, NU's first major-bowl winners, will be honored Saturday.
Four recruits* are known to be on the visitor list this weekend.
From Corn Nation, what to watch for in Saturday's game. More previews: Mississippi Press | GoJoeBruin.com | AP | Hail Varsity
Speaking at the Big Red Breakfast, Tim Beck* says developing offensive depth -- and a killer instinct* -- will be crucial. | When to sub at QB?*
If you missed KLIN's Friday HuskerMax Tailgate, here are the podcasts.
Hear former Husker Matt O’Hanlon discuss the intricacies of safety play.
How many points will the Huskers score Saturday? Vote in our poll.
Fans are advised to prepare* again for a sweltering* game day at Memorial Stadium. NU notes: 1,* 2* | USM notes
Past Huskers describe the head-spinning experience* the defensive newcomers face on game day. | Gregory's maturity* | D-line “fraternity
The younger receivers work to get on the same page with Taylor Martinez.
Jim Skow is Saturday's Legends Radio Show guest.
05 THU
Here are notes & quotes* from Thursday's practice. | H’Max Report
Dave Feit, after an understandable delay, analyzes the Wyoming game.
Radio KRNY offers up a segment on “Through These Gates” in advance of tonight's screening in Kearney | Full schedule | Official trailer
See the first round of Southern Miss game predictions. | Video preview
Making the cut in Cincinnati doesn't mean Rex Burkhead can relax.
Husker commit DeMornay Pierson-El is pressed into service as a QB.
The defense isn't the only unit intent on improving. | Too soon to judge
Imani Cross is reaping the rewards of his strong work ethic.* Notes: 1,* 2*
Tale of the tape: A breakdown of three big plays by Wyoming.
Craig Bohl and Shawn Watson have bounced back* and moved on from their less-than-glorious exits from NU.
It was a long road* to Hattiesburg for QB Allan Bridgford | Scouting report*
04 WED
The NFL season opens this week with 23 Huskers on active rosters.
Dirk Chatelain says it's too early for doomsday talk about the defense.
Take a video tour of the Huskers' lounge and locker room.
UCLA will have momentum and a bye week* on its side. | 3 problems
Hear Jay Foreman discuss nickels, dimes and more defensive X's & O's.
Corn Nation offers a preview of Southern Miss.
Footwork drills* have paid off in the form of touchdowns for wide receivers Jamal Turner and Quincy Enunwa.
The view from Hattiesburg: Big-armed QB | “Sluggish” practice
Roommates Gerry & Banderas* saw extensive action* in the opener.
Hail Varsity, the LJS* and OWH* survey the Big Ten landscape.
03 TUE
John Papuchis addresses how the defense will move forward from Satur­day's performance. More from Tuesday practice: HuskerMax Report | Linebackers' roles | Notes: 1,* 2, 3,* 4* | Audio
Husker Dan and Justin Prestidge file their Wyoming game postmortems.
Randy York accentuates the positives of the past weekend.
Bo Pelini has joined the 50-win club* at Nebraska.
Listen to Damon Benning's breakdown of the performance vs. Wyoming.
Bo Pelini sees Southern Miss as a dramatically improved team.
Here's a roundup on several recent western Nebraska screenings of “Through These Gates.” | Schedule | Official trailer
NU slips to 19th in the coaches' poll and 22nd in AP. | McKewon's ballot
Checking in on special-teamers: Sam Foltz* and Pat Smith*
Which game will see a defensive improvement? Vote in our poll.
Nebraska is No. 3 and No. 5 in a pair of Big Ten power rankings.
Tom Shatel ponders the defense's susceptibility to extreme gashings,* but there's no panic* from Bo Pelini.* | Looking for answers | Notes*
Turnovers were Southern Miss' undoing in its loss to Texas State.
Terrell Newby's extensive action* in the opener didn't happen by accident.
02 MON
John Garrison says the O-line* did a poor job of finishing blocks Saturday. More from Monday's practice: H’Max Report | Notes: 1, 2, 3,* 4* | Audio
Jeremy Pernell has a Q&A with defensive end prospect Renell Wren.
Three organizations in Gothenburg are sponsoring the Tuesday screening of “Through These Gates” followed by Holdrege, Kearney and Omaha. | Full schedule | Official trailer | Lincoln story
Jay Foreman breaks down the good and the bad of the Wyoming game.
Bo Pelini says a look at the game film has him optimistic* that the Huskers will “grow exponentially.” More from Monday's press conference: Talking points | Audio | Video
Here are the NU and Southern Miss pregame notes. | Printable 2-deeps
A Husker story from Butch Rasmussen: Bear Bryant and Joe Namath showed up at Dave Humm's doorstep but couldn't steer him away from NU.
Derek Johnson's advice: Keep calm and carry on.
Sam McKewon: New season, same stumbles.* | Advantage, Michigan?*
It wasn't a stellar start* for the Big Ten, Lee Barfknecht writes.
01 SUN
The debuts of Terrell Newby* and Sam Foltz were bright spots Saturday. | Helmet stickers | What we learned | Report card | Numbers*
Rick Kaczenski says the defense is determined* to do better.
Check out this new Sunday morning radio show, Big Red Replay.
This week in Husker history: A high-profile season opener against the Tide.
Saturday features: The 12 hours to kickoff* and Loving their new views

 
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