This week in Husker history: The military rejected him because of his “football knees.” Who was this former Cornhusker who still went on to play pro football at a championship level?
The Huskers scrimmaged Saturday, and Matt Rhule says the offense had the upper hand. Go here for coverage and video. | Updates & discussion | Spring schedule
Gibson Pyle, a three-star offensive lineman from Texas, has committed to the Huskers for 2024. | Coverage & highlights | Discuss
Husker Hour: Dylan Raiola’s recruitment, Frank Solich’s return, baseball’s missing piece.
Illinois all-state linebacker Danny Pasko will walk on* at Nebraska.
Omaha-based company HDR has been selected as architect/engineer for the Memorial Stadium renovation project,* which could cost between $200 million and $500 million.
The predictions on five-star quarterback Dylan Raiola have begun trending to Georgia. | Discuss
Nebraska is listed among 10 programs likely to rise over the next three seasons.
The energy and detail of the younger Husker assistant coaches are creating connections with players.
Line coach Terrance Knighton spoke Thursday about the versatility that’s emerging in the first two levels of the defense. Go here for all the coverage from the sixth practice of spring. | Updates & discussion | Spring schedule
In The Loop
It’s a Saturday split in Texas
Brazil trip set for late spring
• Women’s hoops
Jaz Shelley returning for ’23-24
• HuskerMax polls
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• 1970 Day by Day
A look back at the Huskers’ first national title