April 30, 2018

ESPN.com looks at how Scott Frost is transforming Nebraska. | Winning spring | Discuss

Anatomy of an Era: Dr. Jack Stark on identifying and encouraging team leaders, the birth of the pregame prayer and more.

April 29, 2018

Expectations at running back are heating up along with the competition.

Former Husker Josh Davis has launched a foundation to honor letter winners in all sports.

A sense of unfinished business contributed to Stanley Morgan’s decision to return for his senior season.

The difficulty of the task Scott Frost faces mustn’t be underestimated, Steve Sipple writes.

Anatomy of an Era: Psychologist Jack Stark looks back on how one player’s suggestion brought a big change that helped mend the team’s divisions.

This week in Husker history: If Academic All-America honors had existed in the early 20th century, surely Fred Hunter would’ve been a contender.

April 28, 2018

Several undrafted Huskers are reaching free-agent deals with NFL teams.

The NFL draft ends with quarterback Tanner Lee as the only Husker selected, extending Nebraska’s streak to 56 years with at least one player picked. More coverage: LJS, HOL, H247, OWH* | Lee’s thoughtsChristopherson commentaryHusker draft history

Rob Zatechka shares his opinions on what he’s seen so far from the new coaching staff in the latest Husker Doc Talk.

April 27, 2018

Adrian Martinez’s high school coach got an inside look at Scott Frost’s system this spring, and he says it’s innovative but simple.

The first three rounds of the NFL draft have passed with no Huskers* selected, but things may change in the final four rounds Saturday.

Husker linebacker Breon Dixon will file* for immediate eligibility as fellow Ole Miss transfer Shea Patterson’s clearance at Michigan is now official. | No slam dunk

Walk-on running back Wyatt Mazour will work on his speed, conditioning and route-running as he strives for “meaningful snaps.”

Running back Maurice Washington details the final pitch* from Scott Frost that convinced him Nebraska was the right place.

Adam Carriker says Bill Moos’ “running scared” remark might not be far from the truth.

Barrett Ruud says toughness can be learned, and he’s determined to instill it in the defense.

Jeremy Pernell breaks down the big decision Scott Frost faces at quarterback.

April 26, 2018

Coach Ryan Held is determined to help the Huskers regain a significant recruiting stake in the Kansas City metro area. | Recruiting updates

The NCAA is reportedly granting Ole Miss transfer Shea Patterson immediate eligibility at Michigan, which could mean a similar ruling for Nebraska linebacker Breon Dixon. | Discuss

Hail Varsity presents pro and con arguments on changing the Tunnel Walk music. | Poll

USA Today looks at Scott Frost’s philosophy of driving out the paralysing fear of failure.

Adam Carriker speculates on whether Nebraska will pursue a transfer quarterback.

Troy Walters irks some UCF fans by refusing to embrace the Knights’ national championship claim.

The names on the starting offensive line will probably be mostly the same as last year, but there’s hope that the results will be different.

Walk-on fullback Chris Norris says Tom Osborne’s staff “did a real good job of giving each man a role. … If you did your job and each guy did his, that pretty much meant you were going to win.”

April 25, 2018

It’ll be a seventh consecutive year without a Husker first-rounder in the NFL draft, but assistant coach Travis Fisher may see one of his former players called. | Lee’s path

Scott Frost talks about the quarterback competition and much more in an appearance on “Sports Nightly.”

X’s & O’s from the spring game: Back-side run protection | Saints play action

Scott Frost will throw out the first pitch in the Lincoln Saltdogs’ opener next month, and a commemorative jersey is available.

In this film study, assistant coach Mario Verduzco evaluates a play by each of the four quarterbacks in the spring game. | Improved tackling

Adam Carriker gives his two cents’ worth on the “Sirius” matter. | Tunnel Walk poll

Take a Wayback Wednesday look at the 1974 Huskers’ comeback win over Florida in the last Sugar Bowl game played in Tulane Stadium.

“Frank Solich taught us to be really physical, tough, hard-nosed running backs.” — Fullback Chris Norris in Anatomy of an Era.

April 24, 2018

Three national writers share their thoughts on Scott Frost.

Kurt Rafdal is looking to make in impact at tight end as a redshirt freshman.

Bill Moos tells an Omaha Press Club* crowd that Scott Frost’s arrival has Urban Meyer and Jim Harbaugh “running a little bit scared,” but he later says the remark was “a bit tongue in cheek.”

Husker Dan weighs in on the spring game and more.

The Huskers reconvene for some heated competition in slow-pitch softball.

Adrian Martinez tops a Sports Illustrated list of players who helped their own causes this spring.

Tom Osborne explains the new “wave of enthusiasm and hope“* behind Nebraska football.

HuskerMax poll: Should “Sirius” be replaced in the Tunnel Walk? | Discuss

Sean Keeler runs down the reasons Tanner Lee is a likely NFL draftee. | Late-round projections*

The Big Red Cobcast is brimming with optimism after the spring game. More Saturday observations: Adam Carriker on the defense | From behind the lens | McKewon’s standouts*

Here’s the story behind the guy who successfully fielded a punt for $25,000 Saturday.

Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com sizes up the Joe Burrow-to-Nebraska possibility.

Husker commit Garrett Nelson plans to enroll in January and forgo the defense of his state high school wrestling championship.

Anatomy of an Era: A neck injury closed one door but opened another for walk-on fullback Chris Norris.

April 23, 2018

Hail Varsity breaks down the running backs’ performances Saturday. More from the spring game: Bell’s “extra gear” | Walk-on winners | Momentum for defense