October 18, 2018

Much has changed in Lincoln since Minnesota ran all over Nebraska last season, even if the Huskers’ all-time win total remains the same.

Mario Verduzco says Adrian Martinez’s poise under fire is an asset for the young quarterback. | Ozigbo’s rise | Tannor toiling

Sam McKewon says recruits see opportunity* in Nebraska’s record. | Burke WR to visit*

Defensive tackle Mick Stoltenberg is getting closer to returning to game action, and so is linebacker Tyrin Ferguson. Here is all the news from Thursday’s practice. | Updates & discussion

Matt Davison sees progress* on the field and says the Huskers’ struggle is what happens when a culture needs to be rebuilt.

What’s your prediction for the Minnesota-Nebraska game? | AthlonCarrriker* picks | More predictions

Anatomy of an Era: Trumane Bell says players “did things together all the time. It got to where we could tell what a teammate was going to do at a certain point because we were so in tune with each other.”

The Gophers have struggled on offense, but their special teams and rushing defense* are solid. | Know the foe

October 17, 2018

Nebraska is looking for defensive help* from the junior college ranks. | Henrich sidelined | Recruiting notes

The Minneapolis paper looks at the Huskers’ rough start* under Scott Frost.

Check out these highlight reels from the first half of the Huskers’ 2018 season.

Pro Football Focus names JD Spielman and Devine Ozigbo to its midseason All-Big Ten team.

You can aid a couple of good causes and celebrate the Broken Chair Trophy at the same time.

UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton and says Scott Frost remains a father figure to him and will “get that thing turned around” at Nebraska.

Noah Vedral is taking second-team reps with Andrew Bunch, quarterbacks coach Mario Verduzco said after Wednesday’s practice. More coverage here. | Updates & discussion

Athletic Director Bill Moos sheds light on his management style in an LJS interview. | “Mismatch in talent”*

Athlon posts its midseason review of the Huskers.

Anatomy of an Era: “You had to come in and play hard, and pretty much all the guys recruited … were saying, ‘Nebraska’s not going to bring slouches in here,’” says receiver Trumane Bell.

Scott Frost is near the top of this ranking of Big Ten coaches who could survive a winless season.*

October 16, 2018

Husker Dan thinks Nebraska will be motivated for revenge on the rodents.

The Huskers’ 1920s-style jersey is now available for purchase.

Erik Chinander breaks down what went wrong for the defense late in the Northwestern game, and he says the Huskers must improve in man coverage. Get all the news from Tuesday’s practice. | Updates & discussion

A look at scanned-ticket data indicates there have been fewer no-shows at Memorial Stadium this season.

How many wins* will the 2018 Huskers get? Adam Carriker runs down the rest of the schedule.

Anatomy of an Era: Phil Ellis recalls the tactics and personalities of coaches Charlie McBride and Kevin Steele.

October 15, 2018

Lamar Jackson and Dedrick Young join Devine Ozigbo on the Pro Football Focus Big Ten team of the week.

Scott Frost says he’s happy with the program’s culture but wants to be sure the team doesn’t get comfortable with losing. Go here for all the coverage of Monday’s game-week presser. | Updates & discussion

The Huskers will wear 1920s-style “Memorial Tribute” alternate uniforms with a leather-helmet look in the Nov. 10 game against Illinois. | Discuss | Poll: Thumbs up or down?

The Bethune-Cookman game will have an 11 a.m. CDT start and a BTN telecast.

Husker Doc Talk rehashes the fourth-and-1 play call in overtime. | Carriker Chronicles* | Five burning questions | Talent vs. intangibles

Anatomy of an Era: Phil Ellis says that with Tom Osborne, “it was always school first. And I’ve talked to other college players and they were, ‘School? What!?’”

October 14, 2018

Steve Sipple sees talent on defense as a pressing need for the Huskers. More commentary & analysis: Two-year difference | Learning to win | Film study | McKewon’s rewind* | Carriker live

Devine Ozigbo makes the Pro Football Focus national team of the week.

Adrian Martinez* says he tries to “learn from each experience, but I’d rather learn through winning.”

Former Nebraska assistant Carl Pelini is named interim head coach at Bowling Green.

See how the Huskers and Gophers match up statistically.  | Nebraska favored

Anatomy of an Era: Phil Ellis took his lumps on the scout team against Will Shields. “I always thought Will was good, but when Will won the Outland Trophy I was like, ‘Oh, okay. I was going against the best!’”

There was no grass and the Huskers wore blue when Nebraska shut out Oklahoma, 24-0, ninety-five years ago in the first game played at Memorial Stadium. It’s part of this week in Husker history.

October 13, 2018

Next week’s opponent, Minnesota, falls 30-14 to Ohio State. | Stats

Northwestern 34, Nebraska 31. The Huskers let one slip away as a 14-point fourth-quarter lead turns into an overtime loss in Evanston. Go to the game page for full coverage. | Stryker commentary | Postgame presser | Highlights | Big Red Over-Reaction

Transfer quarterback Noah Vedral has made the trip to Northwestern after being granted immediate eligibility Friday by the NCAA.* | Travel roster | Discuss

Scott Frost talks with ESPN about the Huskers’ 0-5 start what’s ahead.

Is this the week the Huskers finally break through into the win column? Get the Nebraska-Northwestern pregame reads from Lincoln (1, 2), Omaha (1, 2)* and Grand Island (1, 2).* Commentary: Christopherson, Sipple, Vogel, Shatel,* Callahan.

FLIP SHEET | PICKS | STATS | BBS

October 12, 2018

Huskers.com breaks down Saturday’s match-up. | AP preview

Nebraska and UCLA both are at risk this weekend of venturing into uncommon territory for Power 5 teams.

Anatomy of an Era: Aaron Davis says focusing on the fundamentals is a football lesson that carried over to his business and personal life.

October 11, 2018

Now that football is off the table, Tre Bryant is pursuing a different dream.

Northwestern will be without three starters, two of them on defense, against Nebraska.

An Oregon columnist finds it refreshing that Oregon State is plucking players from Nebraska.

The OWH looks at why Nebraska is so bad at turning yards into points.*

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