December 8, 2019

Beatrice lineman Bladen Bayless commits to walking on at Nebraska. | Recruiting roundup & Sunday ticker

Greg Smith says player development, not new recruits, will be the key to a better 2020 for Nebraska. | McKewon’s “Future Report“*

Bill Moos expresses disappointment in Tommie Frazier’s tweet after the Iowa game. | Zatechka’s take

Little-used receiver Jaron Woodyard is expected to transfer.

This week in Husker history: Bring on Harvard, says the unbeaten 1914 team.

The LJS examines six key offseason questions facing the Huskers.

December 7, 2019

Wisconsin owns the first half, but Ohio State dominates the final 30 minutes for a 34-21 win in the Big Ten championship game.

The 2020 schedule is backloaded, but the September nonconference will also be no cakewalk.

December 6, 2019

Wan’Dale Robinson is a first-teamer on the Pro Football Focus national All-Freshman team.

Julius Coates, a juco defensive end who visited Nebraska last weekend, announces his decommitment from Colorado. | Friday ticker | Official visitors*

Casey Doernemann, a lineman from West Point, Neb., announces his commitment to the Huskers as a 2020 walk-on.

Andre Hunt and Katerian LeGrone, facing possible 2½-year university suspensions, have entered the NCAA transfer portal.

Athlon looks at 10 positives for the Huskers heading into 2020.

An effective pass rush* is No. 1 on Adam Carriker’s wish list.

Despite the losing season, Athletic Director Bill Moos says his “scoreboard for the progression of the program is looking good” as the Huskers build a sustainable culture.*

December 5, 2019

Nebraska appears to be in prime position to land 6-foot-4 juco receiver Omar Manning.

Two-way star Keagan Johnson of Bellevue West receives a Nebraska offer for 2021.

Wide receiver Andre Hunt and tight end Katerian LeGrone, suspended from the team in late August, face a possible 2½-year suspension from the university for allegedly violating the school’s sexual misconduct policies.

Linebacker Jaomi Hodge announces he’s decommitting after less than 10 days as a Husker pledge. | Problem position | 2020 class

Three-star defensive end Tanoa Togiai from Idaho joins the list of official visitors expected to be in Lincoln this weekend. | Thursday ticker

Best of the 2010s: Our review of the last 10 seasons begins with a stroll through the Huskers’ wins against AP-ranked teams — moments that became more scarce as the decade went on.

Jason Peter* talks with Adam Carriker about Nebraska’s season, what the Huskers need to do in the future, Adrian Martinez and what he sees when he’s around the program.

December 4, 2019

Fox Sports’ Joel Klatt weighs in on Nebraska’s disappointing season, saying the Huskers’ main problem is “they’re not good enough at the line of scrimmage. Period.”

Scanned-ticket numbers for Nebraska home games rose slightly in 2019.

In a first for Nebraska since joining the Big Ten, no players on offense earn first-, second- or third-team all-conference honors from the coaches or media. Four Huskers — JD Spielman, Brenden Jaimes, Dedrick Mills and Wan’Dale Robinson — do get honorable mention. | The honorees

The LJS and OWH have Wednesday updates on the recruiting front.

Darrion Daniels has accepted an invitation to play in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl in Pasadena on Jan. 18.

Lamar Jackson and JD Spielman earn spots on Jeremy Pernell’s All-Big Ten team.

The 1995 Huskers are No. 2 and 1971 Nebraska is No. 9 in Sporting News’ ranking of best teams in 150 years of college football.

Husker Dan says Nebraska heads into the winter with more questions than a year ago.

Adam Carriker says it’s too soon* for Scott Frost to let any of his assistant coaches go.

December 3, 2019

Travis Fisher, coach of Nebraska’s defensive secondary, is Steven M. Sipple’s pick for top Husker assistant this past season.

Shuffling of lineups reflected the struggles of the Huskers’ special teams in 2019.

Grand Island receiver Broc Douglass is the latest to commit to walking on at Nebraska. | Latest offers

Lamar Jackson earns second-team All-Big Ten honors as the conference coaches’ and media’s picks on defense are announced. Khalil Davis is a third-teamer, and four other Blackshirts earn honorable mention. | Three Huskers on PFF teams

Jeremy Pernell takes a look at how the staff would like to fill out the Huskers’ recruiting class and names to keep an eye on. | Tuesday ticker

Greg Schiano’s return as head coach is now official at Rutgers, the seventh Nebraska opponent in 2020.

Adam Carriker says an open competition* at quarterback is what’s best for the Huskers/

These five on-field moments changed the Huskers’ 2019 season.

December 2, 2019

Iowa Western kicker Chase Contreraz has committed to the Huskers as a walk-on. | Recruits to watch*

Steven M. Sipple says the defense improved in 2019 but remained substantially short of where it needs to be.

Lamar Jackson and Carlos and Khalil Davis have accepted invitations to play the East-West Shrine Bowl on Jan. 18 in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Monday Morning Quarterback: Should Luke McCaffrey been given more reps at QB against Iowa?

Athlon says keeping JD Spielman for a fourth season is a top “recruiting” priority for Scott Frost. | Gifford waiting* | Monday ticker

December 1, 2019

Steven M. Sipple says three years of sub-.500 football and a rugged 2020 schedule should keep Nebraska fans and media grounded. | McKewon’s rewind* | Christopherson on Martinez | Peterson on edge blocking

Here’s a rundown of who redshirted despite playing in games this year.

Husker coaches hit the recruiting trail Sunday as a 14-day contact period began. | What to expect

Former Husker Zac Taylor finally gets his first win as an NFL head coach. | NFL Huskers, Week 13

The season is over and there’s no game to preview, but our stats matchup isn’t taking Sunday off. See how the 2019 and 2018 teams compare against each other.

This week in Husker history: It’s out with Pelini and in with Riley, plus a win and a loss in Big 12 championship games.

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