August 5, 2018

Wisconsin appears loaded for a run at No. 1.*

Offensive lineman Michael Lynn from Colorado has committed to the Huskers. | Coverage & highlightsClass of 2019Discuss

Wide receiver Dominick Watt is awaiting NCAA clearance to join the Huskers.

Game-by-game computer projections have the Huskers on the bubble for a .500 season.

With Maurice Washington and Tre Bryant practicing, Ryan Held is flush with options at running back.

Excerpts from the OWH’s book “Frost: A Husker’s Journey Home” are viewable online.*

Here are photos from Sunday’s practice, the first pads session of fall camp. | Discuss | Practice schedule

Hail Varsity looks at Scott Frost’s blending of the old and the new in his formula to right Nebraska’s ship.

Anatomy of an Era: When Darren Schmadeke arrived in ’91, “I think we were satisfied with those nine-win seasons,” but then guys like Christian Peter and Tommie Frazier “decided we were going to take it to the next level.”

This week in Husker history: NFL jobs don’t interest Bob Devaney.

August 4, 2018

Jack Stoll appears poised for a big role at tight end after a rough start in the program. | Fresh slate for Ozigbo*

A focus on better food choices is helping players add good weight.

Saturday’s practice was closed to the media, but the Athletic Department has photos and video comments* from Scott Frost and three players. | Discuss | Fall camp schedule

The team gets an inspirational talk from former Husker Mike Rucker.

Anatomy of an Era: “The thing is, you’ve got hands like feet.” Receiver Darren Schmadeke’s reaction to those words from his position coach might surprise you.

Luke Gifford finally has the body to fit in with most Big Ten linebackers, and he credits strength coach Zach Duval and the training staff.

August 3, 2018

Kieron Williams agrees to a contract with the Phoenix franchise of the new American Alliance for Football.

Multi-sport athlete Emil Radik,* who played for the Huskers in 1952 before finishing his college career at Omaha University, has died at age 84.

Having to learn a new playbook is nothing new for Ben Stille as he tries to crack a deep defensive line rotation. | “The quiet one”: Akinmoladun*

Cole Conrad and Tanner Farmer are aiming to move offensive line forward as they wage their position battle.

Akron opens fall camp with an eye on Nebraska.

Here are interview videos of five additional players at Thursday’s press conference: Carlos Davis, Alex Davis, Ben Stille, Jack Stoll & Caleb Lightbourn. | Presser coverage

These five Huskers may be on the cusp of a breakout season.

There is no media access to today’s practice, but tweets from Athletic Department personnel provide a few glimpses. | Photos | Video |  Mo Barry interview | Fall camp schedule

Rob Zatechka and Travis Justice kick off the preseason with a Husker Doc Talk session discussing Urban Meyer, the return of Dave Ellis and Ron Brown, and more.

August 2, 2018

Former Husker Quincy Enunwa’s recovery from last summer’s season-ending neck injury appears nearly complete. | New thumb injury

Coach Ryan Held provides updates on his running backs* in a Sports Nightly segment. | Audio

Hail Varsity previews the defensive line by the numbers.

Basketball came first for Mark Gilman in high school, so he’s still amazed to have become a key cog on Nebraska’s 1994-95 championship teams.

Coverage, videos, commentary and more from Thursday’s pre-camp press conference can be found here. (You won’t want to miss what Tanner Farmer had to say.) | McKewon recap | Updates & discussion

Tom Osborne says he “really didn’t understand the culture” the last three seasons but expects that to change, even though it won’t be “a reincarnation of 1995, 1996 or 1997.”

Jeremy Pernell looks at Scott Frost’s effort to build a championship culture.

Nebraska gets no votes* in the preseason coaches’ poll, while four opponents land in the top 15.

After 17 years of helping pro athletes including LeBron James, nutritionist Dave Ellis* is glad to be back with the Huskers “to give them an edge in this fueling space.” | Anatomy of an Era

Husker Dan has a true Husker story for the ages.

A Husker247 series examines how Scott Frost assembled his UCF staff and kept it intact in the move to Lincoln: Intro | Part 1

Steve Sipple wonders how much of the playbook Scott Frost will be able to throw at his young QBs.

It’s now or never for these five players, says HuskerOnline. | Fall camp storylines | Five veterans to watch

OWH camp countdown, Nos. 10-6*: Carlos Davis, Dedrick Young, JD Spielman, Lamar Jackson, Greg Bell.

Anatomy of an Era: Chad Stanley says his friend and roommate Brook Berringer was “kind of like Clark Kent back then. He was larger than life.”

Scott Frost is among the 65 coaches with a vote in this season’s Amway Coaches’ Poll.

August 1, 2018

Ohio State places coach Urban Meyer on administrative leave as the school investigates his response to domestic abuse allegations against a former assistant. | Commentary: LesmerisesBarfknecht,* Briggs, Shatel* | TimelineDiscuss

Running back Maurice Washington is admitted* to Nebraska and gains NCAA clearance for immediate eligibility. | McKewon commentary: 1,* 2 | Highlights | Discuss

Classmates in grade school ridiculed him as a big, “dumb,” stuttering kid. Here’s the story of how Matt Slauson found his voice and made it in the NFL.

Hail Varsity looks at what can be learned from UCF’s quarterback battle in Scott Frost’s first year there.

Kirk Ferentz’s staying power at Iowa gets a tip of the cap from Steve Sipple.

Anatomy of an Era: Which assistant coach “could look at the greaseboard and really dissect a defense … and beat them”? Chad Stanley dishes on the 1990s staff.

Sam McKewon lists seven walk-ons* to watch, and five potential break-out* Huskers. | Five newcomers to watch | Top transfers*

July 31, 2018

Greg Austin likes the progress his offensive linemen* have made since spring ball. | Audio

Former Husker receiver Brandon Reilly is setting his sights higher in year two with the Buffalo Bills.