June 5, 2020

Bill Moos says the resumption of football workouts has gone exceptionally well thus far.

The recruiting dead period has been lively for Husker tight end target Thomas Fidone of Council Bluffs. | A second QB?*

June 4, 2020

If this is the year Nebraska’s tight ends finally have a big year, it could pay recruiting dividends.

See the Athletic Department’s rundown of Nebraska’s 28 national championships in all sports.

Dicaprio Bootle makes the 42-member watch list for the Lott IMPACT Trophy.

Street & Smith’s picks the Huskers for a second-place finish in the Big Ten West.

Ten years after Nebraska decided to jump to the Big Ten, it still doesn’t feel right* to Tom Shatel. | Discuss

Recent good news about incoming freshmen bolsters the Huskers at wide receiver, but a big question mark remains.

Four years after taking a knee during the national anthem, former Husker Michael Rose-Ivey remains passionate about racial injustice. | Padilla commentary

College Football News previews the Huskers and puts Nebraska’s win total at 7.5.

June 3, 2020

Nebraska is No. 9 in these Big Ten power rankings from 247Sports.

Kordell’s Kryptonite: A look back at the remarkable futility of “Slash” against the Cornhuskers.

Johnny Majors, Iowa State’s coach against the Huskers in the late 1960s and early ’70s, has died at age 85.

June 2, 2020

Brian Christopherson lists his top five Nebraska teams that didn’t win it all.

Husker coaches and players are using the platform they have to speak out against racism.

Monday Morning Quarterback: Which QB’s touchdown run was the best?

June 1, 2020

Scott Frost calls the recent deaths of African Americans “unacceptable” and prays for “peace on the streets.” | Big Ten action

Former Husker Jaivorio Burkes is remembered by his high school coach: “Everyone loved Jaivorio, because he loved everyone else.”

With one scholarship slot to fill, the Huskers hope to make a late addition from the juco ranks, cornerback Nadab Joseph.

Scott Frost says it’s safety first as Husker players return. | Improved unity? | Spielman’s status unchanged | Good news on Manning: 1, 2, 3

A pair of forgotten boots and a trip to Idaho led Australian punter Daniel Cerni to Nebraska.

May 31, 2020

Bill Moos says the delayed start of the new football facility doesn’t mean the project’s scale will be reduced.

Jaylin Noel, a Kansas City wide receiver targeted by Nebraska, opts for Iowa State.

This week month in Husker history: Nebraska decides to move to the Big Ten — 20 years after Bob Devaney explored the same idea.

May 30, 2020

Tom Shatel says former Husker Will Compton’s voice is one that should be heard during this time of unrest.

Tight end Jared Bubak is returning home to walk on with the Huskers as a graduate transfer from Arizona State.

May 29, 2020

Testing measures, safety procedures and other protocols are announced in advance of the June 1 return of athletes for voluntary workouts. | Altered routines

Shawn Hardy, a three-star wide receiver from Georgia, announces his commitment to the Huskers. | Coverage & highlights | Discuss | Class of 2021

A Husker student athlete tested positive for the coronavirus, and Bill Moos describes the protocol that was followed afterward.

The university announces an earlier and compressed schedule for the fall semester.

Defense has been the big difference as Iowa’s and Nebraska’s fortunes have taken different paths over the last five years.

May 28, 2020

Despite the uncertainty surrounding football, Nebraska season ticket renewals are said to be well over 90 percent.

Nutrition director Dave Ellis says “citizenship and empathy” are key as athletic activities get set to resume. | Audio

Athlon lists five things that must happen for Nebraska to be a Top 25 team in 2020.

May 27, 2020

The NCAA has extended the moratorium on in-person recruiting by another month, through July 31.

Monday Morning Quarterback: Is a special Husker pay-preview package something you would buy to help make a season happen?

Former Husker Ndamukong Suh has tied the knot.

Expectations are high for Dicaprio Bootle in the defensive back’s senior season.

May 26, 2020

Bill Moos believes Nebraska is ahead of the curve on restarting athletics but says patience is a must. | Tickets & sellouts | Audio

Gone too soon: Former Husker O-lineman Jaivorio Burkes is remembered by the coach who recruited him, Bill Busch.

A 20,000-fan limit at home games this fall could cost Nebraska $27 million.

After losing his wife to suicide, former Husker Chris Dishman continues to open up with his grief to help others.

May 25, 2020

Tom Novak stood tall during bleak times for Nebraska, and it’s still worth celebrating 70 years later, Tad Stryker writes.

Seven months after receiving a new heart, former Husker assistant Barney Cotton is taking things slowly and counting his blessings.

May 24, 2020

Derek Peterson has reasons for pessimism and optimism about the offense in 2020.

May 23, 2020

Bill Moos knows he will be judged as AD on how he guides Nebraska athletics through the pandemic.

Husker commits Teddy Prochazka and Henry Lutovsky have been spending the spring fishing and peer recruiting.

May 22, 2020

Bill Moos says athletes will return to campus June 1 for the resumption of organized workouts, and a shortened football season is one of the scenarios being considered. | McKewon commentary

Construction of the $155 million football training facility will not begin in June as originally scheduled.

The Southeastern Conference has set June 8 as the date for the return of voluntary workouts.

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