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Stryker: Building a team-first mentality doesn’t happen easily

6/16/19 | Tad Stryker
Scott Frost was baptized by fire in Year One. He is getting another baptism — by leisure — as he approaches Year Two. The events of this June are one reason why hardcore college football fans hate the off-season. Maurice Washington and Wan’Dale Robinson — two highly touted athletes who have the ability to make Frost’s offense explode — instead, made…

Join the BigRedMax Wine Club

5/6/19 | David Max
Since moving to northern California in January of 2018 I have made friends with several local winery owners. They would like to give special offers to the readers of HuskerMax. Here is how it works. All you need to do is fill out the form below with your first and last name, email address and your zip code. You also…
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Reds win spring finale

4/14/19 | HuskerMax
Five quarterbacks played, with sophomores Adrian Martinez and Noah Vedral each topping 100 yards passing. Jaylin Bradley and Brody Belt were the leading rushers, with 57 and 53 yards respectively. Miles Jones, Todd Honas, Wyatt Mazour and Bradley each caught three passes, and Kade Warner led all receivers with 58 yards. Get all the details on the game page.

Fred Hoiberg presser

4/2/19 | HuskerMax
Fred Hoiberg was formally introduced Tuesday as the men's basketball coach at Nebraska. Hoiberg spoke about his many family ties to the state and called it "a very emotional day for me and for my family. One thing my wife and I talked about, we want this to be our last stop." He met with the team before Tuesday's press…

The lost spring games: 1922-29

3/21/19 | J. Hudson
We now know the first Nebraska football spring game probably occurred in 1922. But what about the subsequent years leading up to 1950, when the university's official recognition of spring games begins? Depending on one's criteria, there were spring games in as many as 22 of the 28 seasons from 1922 to 1949. Our year-by-year rundown started with the 1940s…

Frost’s “Long Road Home”

8/30/18 | HuskerMax
Long Road Home, a song written by Nic Ehrisman and The Dank Newells for the documentary Through These Gates, has now been re-envisioned to tell the story of Nebraska's hometown hero, Scott Frost. We all know the tale. Scott Frost won a national championship in 1997 under the tutelage of legendary coach Tom Osborne. Over the next 20 years, our beloved…

Big Red Cobcast

3/5/18 | HuskerMax
The Big Red Cobcast is loud, irreverent, funny and, most importantly, the voice of Husker fans. Joe, Pat & Ryan talk all things Huskers (plus a few things unrelated). The guys are frequently joined by Husker royalty, Husker villains, fellow Nebraska natives, fellow comedians and anyone else who might be interesting to fans of the Big Red. It's a different…