May 15, 2022

The Huskers’ recruiting operation* is humming, Sam McKewon writes. | Callahan’s rundown

Husker softball is going to the Stillwater regional and will face North Texas on Friday. Meanwhile, another series loss dims the baseball team’s chances of making the Big Ten tournament.

Nebraska lands a commitment from safety Kaine Williams, a transfer from Alabama.* | Discuss | McKewon analysis*

This week in Husker history: Quarterback Blaine Gabbert commits to Nebraska.

Tom Shatel finds the “Day by Day” documentary to be as direct and raw* as the 1990s teams. | There’s not a better sports story*

At Green Bay, Samori Touré will have to compete with two other receivers* in his own draft class.

Here’s a look at the Huskers’ weapons at wide receiver.

May 14, 2022

Congrats to the Husker softball team, 3-1 winners over Michigan in eight innings for the Big Ten Tournament championship.

There were things bigger than football to take away from the “Day by Day” premiere night, Tad Stryker writes. | Videos

There are substantial costs ($10 million) and logistical challenges* when staging an American college football game in Ireland.

Nebraska sees “nothing new” and no reason for worry in the NCAA’s updated guidance* on NIL and recruiting.

May 13, 2022

Nebraska makes the final four of inside linebacker Phil Picciotti from Pennsylvania and the top 10 of running back Dylan Edwards from Kansas. | No offer yet for Fremont Bergan’s McIntyre*

The softball team advances to the Big Ten Tournament championship game with a walk-off win over Ohio State.

Suspended since February, women’s basketball associate head coach Chuck Love announces he’s leaving the program.

Grant Wistrom doesn’t tire of looking back at the 1990s: “We were as good as it got back then,” he tells Tad Stryker.

May 12, 2022

Thursday night’s “Day by Day” premiere in Lincoln stirs up memories of the Huskers’ 1990s glory days as former players mingle and reminisce. | Photos

Special teams is where Cam Taylor-Britt* is likely to get early playing time with the Bengals, who like his fire.

A federal judge has dismissed the Title IX claims of four female students who accused the university of failing to adequately respond to their reports of being sexually assaulted and harassed by male athletes.

Nebraska quest for immediate help on the defensive line continues with a 2022 offer to juco defensive lineman Taylor Lewis.*

Transfer Timmy Bleekrode, set to arrive in Lincoln this weekend, says he welcomes facing strong competition for the placekicking job.

The softball team advances to the Big Ten semis with a 3-1 win over Penn State.

Athlon staffers weigh on the Huskers’ chances for bowl eligibility this season.

In an interview with Tad Stryker, Jared Tomich recalls breaking through barriers to become a major force on defense for the Big Red in the mid-1990s.

May 11, 2022

Carter Nelson, an athletic 6-foot-4 tight end at eight-man Ainsworth, receives a 2024 offer* from Nebraska. | Portal visits to begin

Scott Frost slips from an A to a D as Tom Fornelli of CBS Sports regrades the coaching hires of five years ago.

Eliminating divisions and adopting a 3-5-5 scheduling model might be just what the Big Ten needs, Kaleb Henry writes. | Discuss

Gearing up for the premiere of “Day by Day: The Rise,” Tad Stryker talks with Tom Osborne about the film, his coaching days and more.

May 10, 2022

Wisconsin is making changes on offense,* but the starting quarterback isn’t one of them.

Series: The generosity of Husker Nation – Husker Salute

Northwestern, the Huskers’ first opponent, has a quarterback battle worth watching.

A look at how things are shaping up on defense: D-line,* ILBs, DBs.

Cam Jurgens landed in what might be an ideal situation* for him in Philadelphia.

May 9, 2022

Dylan Raiola, the blue-chip 2024 quarterback with family connections* to Nebraska, announces his commitment to Ohio State. | Discuss

The NCAA clarifies the types of NIL payments and booster involvement that should be considered recruiting violations, but whether a crackdown is coming remains to be seen.

Husker Dan says run the damn ball.

Check out a time-lapse video of the turf install at Memorial Stadium.

Two big visitor weekends are coming up for Nebraska.

May 8, 2022

A comparison of Texas and Nebraska over the last dozen seasons has been getting mileage on social media. | Discuss

While Nebraska baseball’s hopes for postseason play get dimmer, the softball Huskers have earned the No. 2 seed in the Big Ten Tournament.

From Brian Christopherson, five portal-related positives and questions for the Huskers. | McKewon on Vegas odds* | Shatel on NCAA’s future* | Callahan’s rundown

O-lineman Trent Hixson stuck with it,* and now he has a big opportunity in front of him.

Al Papik, the longtime administrator at Nebraska who was passed over in the early 1990s as the Huskers’ next athletic director despite the backing of Bob Devaney and Tom Osborne, has died at age 95.

Cornerback Quinton Newsome always has a reminder of the friend he lost.*

This week in Husker history: Twenty-five years ago, the passing of Bob Devaney. Sixty years ago, his first spring game at Nebraska.

May 7, 2022

As the premiere nears, former Husker Josh Davis describes the making of the “Day By Day” Nebraska football documentary.

Ochaun Mathis’ mother relishes a family milestone: Her son’s college graduation day.

Are Nebraska’s listed title odds based on reality or instead on fan fervor?

Husker Doc Talk: Mark Emmert is leaving a mess behind at the NCAA.

May 6, 2022

Former Nebraska wide receiver Demariyon Houston lands at Missouri after a year in the junior college ranks.

A doctor is offering free LASIK surgery* to all Husker athletes in exchange for social-media exposure documenting their experience.

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