February 22, 2019

Hall of Famer Bob Brown looks back on what it was like to be a black student-athlete at Nebraska in the early 1960s.

Anatomy of an Era, the Final Chapter: Fairness and equality of opportunity meant everything to the players, much as it does in any workplace environment.

February 21, 2019

Barrett Ruud has high hopes for junior linebackers Will Honas and Collin Miller.

Athlon previews the competition on the offensive line. | LJS on the QBs

Anatomy of an Era, the Final Chapter: The will to prepare to win might have been just as important as the will to win.

February 20, 2019

Barrett Ruud talks fundamentals with local high school coaches.

Join around 30 former Huskers at the second Alumni Cap event May 3rd.

Husker247 looks at several juniors and seniors looking to break through this season.

An Adidas-sponsored national linemen’s camp* has been added to Nebraska’s June camp schedule.

Nebraska is No. 2 in this ranking of Big Ten quarterback rooms.

Here’s a look at how Stanley Morgan Jr. can help his cause at the NFL Scouting Combine.

New NFL head coach Zac Taylor* discusses Husker memories and more with his former Nebraska teammate Adam Carriker.

Anatomy of an Era, the Final Chapter: Practice organization and the large rosters ensured that one learned by doing, not merely observing.

With the spring game less than eight weeks away, it’s time to straighten out a matter of history.

February 19, 2019

Mike Riley says he remains grateful* that he got to coach at “such a special place” as Nebraska.

Husker247 looks at who’s returning on offense and defense for Nebraska.

Anatomy of an Era, the Final Chapter: Graduate assistants got a hands-on apprenticeship while filling key roles — sometimes at the risk of getting kicked out the opponent’s stadium.

February 18, 2019

Rahmir Johnson brings track speed to Nebraska’s corps of mostly unproven* running backs.

An oddsmaker has Adrian Martinez’s Heisman odds at 12/1, tied for fourth-best in the nation. | McMurphy’s favorites

Rex Burkhead* talks with Adam Carriker about being a Super Bowl winner, Scott Frost’s offense and more. | “Just scratching the surface”

With two major mathematical rankings now released, Hail Varsity projects the Huskers to be favored in seven or eight of its 2019 games.

Safety Kieron Williams* sees the AAF as an opportunity to disprove his doubters, including a 2016 member of the Nebraska coaching staff.

Former Husker Andrew Shanle is named head coach at a Houston-area high school.

Athlon previews the Huskers at receiver, running back and quarterback.

Anatomy of an Era: Final Chapter: Insights into the Huskers’ special teams.

Poll question: Who is your favorite Nebraska coach of all time?

February 17, 2019

Anatomy of an Era: Final Chapter: What we learned about the Blackshirt defense.

This week in Husker history: Four Southwest Conference schools – Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and Baylor – are invited to join the Big Eight.

February 16, 2019

The Huskers’ quarterback recruiting doesn’t seem to have been hurt by the presence of a young “franchise” QB on the roster. | Smothers “all in”*

Jason Ankrah will try to instill his passion for the game in his players at Schuyler Central High.

Anatomy of an Era: Final Chapter: The Husker offense bullied and bludgeoned top-caliber defenders into submission, resignation and sometimes even surrender.

February 15, 2019

Devine Ozigbo sees it as a plus that he played in two different offensive systems at Nebraska.

Adam Carriker weighs in on the possibility of scheduling former Big Eight* rivals.

Anatomy of an Era enters its final chapter with reflections on what can be gleaned about the 1990s championship era. First topic: the diverse but cohesive coaching staff.

February 14, 2019

A warrant* is signed in California for the arrest of Maurice Washington, and university officials give further details about their contact with investigators. | Timeline*

Bill Moos says lump-sum payouts like the one to Mike Riley might not be part of the university’s policies going forward.

Husker Dan takes a look at recruiting by the numbers.

February 13, 2019

Former Husker quarterback Gerry Gdowski is promoted to offensive coordinator at Vanderbilt.

A former attorney for Maurice Washington says he didn’t tell anyone at the university last season about the nature of the potential case against the player, and Bill Moos says the school has nothing to hide.*

Two Huskers have been cited by Lincoln police for allegedly using stolen credit card information to buy a pizza.

Scott Frost says he’d like to see Colorado and other former Big Eight rivals* make frequent appearances on the Huskers’ schedules.

The S&P+ metrics have the 2019 Huskers at No. 45. | Ranking the B1G rosters | Talent gap*

Anatomy of an Era: Kent Pavelka says a football can’t succeed without “all these people behind the scenes who aren’t even a glimmer to the fans.”

The Huskers have an attractive job to fill after Mike Dawson’s departure. | Stoltenberg’s thoughts

February 12, 2019

From KLKN and the OWH, more about the Maurice Washington* case. | Moos comments

Scott Frost speaks optimistically about the team’s progress during a stop in Kansas City.

Jeremy Pernell reviews the Huskers’ new crop of defensive backs.

The Buffalo Bills sign former Nebraska O-lineman Spencer Long to a three-year deal.

Former Nebraska linebacker Clint Brown is the new defensive coordinator at Abilene Christian University in Texas.

Anatomy of an Era: As a grade-schooler, Kent Pavelka was “smitten with the magic of hearing those games on the radio and, in retrospect, I knew then that I wanted to do that.”

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