January 24, 2018

Isaiah Stalbird from Kearney High has joined the 2018 walk-on class and expects to start out at safety.* | Wednesday recruiting ticker

Nebraska is one of Athlon’s top 20 teams on the rise for 2018.

January 23, 2018

Adam Carriker sizes up the 2018 schedule and weighs in on what a successful first season for Scott Frost might look like.

Tanner Lee’s big hands are considered a plus as Senior Bowl players get weighed and measured. | A chance to impress | Video

Can Nebraska sustain its recruiting success in Florida? A Miami analyst says yes. | Tuesday ticker | McKewon update* | Predictions

Football, recruiting, Nebrasketball: Hope springs eternal in the latest Big Red Cobcast.

Former Husker player and assistant John Garrison is joining Lane Kiffin’s staff at Florida Atlantic as coach of the offensive line.

The coaching staff’s approach is a big plus to cornerback prospect Cam’ron Jones.

January 22, 2018

Former Husker assistant Scott Booker has joined the staff at Miami of Ohio.

Here’s a rundown of who could fill the remaining spots in the 2018 recruiting class. | Monday ticker

January 21, 2018

Tad Stryker wonders if the Husker offense will follow the no-superstar script of Scott Frost’s UCF teams.

Fullback Luke McNitt has NFL hopes despite his limited role in the 2017 offense.

The Florida movement continues as defensive back Braxton Clark from Orlando announces his commitment* to the Huskers. | Highlights | Analysis: McKewon,* Clouse | Discuss | 2018 class

Former Omaha North QB Zach Martin is joining the staff as a grad assistant who will work with the tight ends.

Strength and conditioning coach Zach Duval’s winter “war zone” is a demanding grind that will be worth it, say Scott Frost’s former UCF players.

Casey Rogers’ multisport road to Nebraska included a meeting with Nick Saban that served as motivation.

This week in Husker history: Ninety seasons ago, it was Army-Nebraska instead of Army-Navy. Also, the death of beloved trainer Jack Best.

January 20, 2018

Scott Frost’s recruiting efforts show his clear vision* for the offense, Sam McKewon writes.

Kicker Drew Brown doubly motivated for Saturday’s East-West Shrine Game. | Result

January 19, 2018

It turns out there will be no official visitors this weekend as the staff gears up for the homestretch in recruiting. | Discuss

Huskers Illustrated previews the wide-open competition at linebacker.

Athlon lists running back Tre Bryant as one of 30 players poised for breakout seasons in 2018.

Two O-line prospects* are among this weekend’s scheduled visitors. | Friday ticker

January 18, 2018

The Huskers land another recruit from Florida as receiver Dominick Watt announces his commitment. | Highlights | Analysis: ClouseMcKewon* | Discuss

Adam Carriker discusses three things for fans to watch before the spring game kicks off in April.

Speedy Florida athlete Miles Jones has committed to the Huskers. | Coverage & videos | Analysis: Clouse, McKewon* | Discuss | 2018 class

Winter workouts got under way Thursday, and so begins the drive toward the 2018 season.

Other schools want him on defense, but California athlete Matthew Tago* will get an opportunity at quarterback if he opts for Nebraska.

January 17, 2018

Barrett Ruud sees linebacker Will Honas’ intelligence as a big plus. | Banderas’ decision

Tanner Lee has been added to the Senior Bowl lineup.

Nebraska’s search for recruits includes players who are under the radar or have taken non-traditional paths. | Discuss | Ticker

The spring game has been moved back to April 21 at 11 a.m. Central. | Spring game history

Tanner Lee says Husker players are “in great hands” as he discusses his NFL draft prospects and more with Jim Rome. | Audio

Former Husker receiver Kenny Bell signs with the Denver Broncos.

Rebuild the Husker culture and the wins will take care of themselves, former Nebraska co-captain Chad Kelsay says.

Tom Dienhart lists the five departing Huskers who’ll be the most difficult to replace.

Former Husker Jake Peetz could be the next offensive coordinator for the Indianapolis Colts.

January 16, 2018

Scott Frost has an Atlanta-area advocate in former Husker Eric Johnson.

Casey Rogers, a defensive end with a lacrosse background, commits to the Huskers. | Coverage & highlights | Analysis: McKewon,* ClouseDiscuss | 2018 class

Lincoln Southwest linebacker Anthony Banderas, brother of former Husker co-captain Josh, will walk on at Nebraska.

The spring game is likely to be moved back from its original April 14th date. | Discuss

Recruiting and Mike Riley’s weird contract numbers are up for discussion in the latest Big Red Cobcast.

January 15, 2018

With the Vikings a win away from the Super Bowl, here’s a look back at when coach Mike Zimmer interviewed for the Nebraska job.

Syracuse is reportedly hiring former Husker assistant Mike Cavanaugh as offensive line coach.

Recruiting analyst Tom Lemming sees similarities between Scott Frost and Urban Meyer. | Rozier optimistic

Drew Brown will wear Sam Foltz’s No. 27 in the East-West Shrine Game.

Rex Burkhead is expected to be back in action with the New England Patriots in the AFC championship game.

ESPN’s Mark Schlabach says a difficult schedule is one reason to temper the expectations for Nebraska in year one under Scott Frost.

Here are recruiting updates from Hail Varsity and the LJS.