December 15, 2018
Anatomy of an Era: Gary Fouraker noticed diminishing camaraderie toward the end of his two decades with the Athletic Department.
December 14, 2018
Husker O-lineman commit Bryce Benhart is one big dude, but his coach says he’s also “a technician” who “understands leverage and balance.”
The Jacksonville Jaguars have waived former Husker Niles Paul.*
Former Husker assistant Mike Ekeler joins the staff at Kansas.
Anatomy of an Era: Gary Fouraker was the man holding the purse strings during the 60 & 3 era.
December 13, 2018
“This was a different kind of 4-8”: ESPN’s Mitch Sherman recaps the Huskers’ 0-6 start and subsequent rebound.
With a stressful month behind him, Wandale Robinson* is set to be a Husker.
December 12, 2018
Husker Dan recaps the best moments of the 2018 season.
Adrian Martinez grades out as Pro Football Focus’s No. 5 true-freshman quarterback of 2018.
Athlon looks at five Huskers who appear ready to step forward as team leaders in 2019.
Anatomy of an Era: Student manager Brandon Hamer recalls the 1990s teams’ “inner accountability” and says their intensity “all started on the offensive and defensive lines.”
December 11, 2018
Check out this 12-minute highlight reel from the Huskers’ 2018 season.
Here’s a breakdown of the numbers behind the Huskers’ vastly improved run game in 2018.
Athlon places Devine Ozigbo, JD Spielman and Stanley Morgan on its second-team All-Big Ten squad, while Dicaprio Bootle is a third-teamer.
Anatomy of an Era: Student managers like Brandon Hamer were counted on to keep practices running smoothly — and to keep coaches from getting clotheslined by their own headsets on gameday.
December 10, 2018
Poll question: Should the Big Ten eliminate its football divisions?
Sam McKewon says the need for depth stands out in evaluating the Huskers’ lineup of younger players.
December 9, 2018
Linebacker Tyrin Ferguson’s patience is paying off as he is in position to be a key figure in 2019.
Anatomy of an Era: Coach Dan Young says having ones vs. ones in practice “helped us prepare better. … We just played hard and didn’t worry about getting hurt.
This week in Husker history: The Devaney era at Nebraska is in danger of being a mere two-year blip as the coach entertains an overture from Miami.
December 8, 2018
Anatomy of an Era: Dan Young was part of a rare two-coach tandem for the offensive line.
December 7, 2018
Former Husker cornerback Ralph Brown reviews the 2018 Blackshirts.
Anatomy of an Era: Football and school were like “two full-time jobs” for Academic All-American Matt Shaw.
Running backs coach Ryan Held gets Steve Sipple’s vote for Husker assistant coach of the year.
December 6, 2018
Akron and Nebraska have reached a financial settlement regarding their canceled Sept. 1 game, but details haven’t been disclosed.
Season ticket prices are rising $3 per game, and the renewal process begins next week. Also, the spring game is set for April 13.
Flipping recruits from other programs has produced notable hits and misses* for the Huskers.
Lincoln Southwest athlete Caden McCormack and York offensive lineman Noah Stafursky announce they are walking on at Nebraska.
Husker Dan unveils his Top Ten Honor Roll for 2018.
Poll question: Did Stanley Morgan deserve better than second-team All-Big Ten?
Anatomy of an Era: Matt Shaw on the success of the 1990s Huskers: “Obviously you need guys with some talent out there, but it’s about getting guys to give themselves up for the betterment of the team.”
December 5, 2018
Thirty-six Huskers earn Academic All-Big Ten recognition.
Stanley Morgan is named to AP’s second-team All-Big Ten squad.