April 12, 2018

In bad news for many out-of-state Husker fans, Comcast is dropping the Big Ten Network in states outside the conference’s footprint.

Transfer quarterback Noah Vedral says there’s a chance he’ll be granted immediate eligibility* instead of having to sit out* a year.

Quarterback Patrick O’Brien will transfer, the quarterback confirms after Thursday’s practice. | Video & coverageMcKewon analysis | Discussion & updates

Anatomy of an Era: Dave Ellis remembers “the start of the unraveling of the fabric that I really thought characterized Nebraska.”

April 11, 2018

DaiShon Neal has bulked up but not slowed down as he makes a push for a bigger role on the defensive line.

Gameday hot spot Barry’s keeps its liquor license* but faces a fine and disciplinary actions.

Scott Frost speaks about transfer rules, recruiting and his quarterbacks* in his first Big Ten teleconference.

Congrats to Tyler Hoppes, Gabe Rahn and Chris Weber on membership in the 2018 Hampshire Honor Society.

Scott Frost’s staff is making up ground after a late start with Omaha Burke’s Chris Hickman and Nick Henrich. | Duggan’s decision near: 1,* 2

Anatomy of an Era: The nutritionist wasn’t just another cog in the machine. Meet the extraordinary Dave Ellis, who has gone on to help teams win Super Bowls.

Hoss Reuter joins the Big Red Cobcast to talk about offensive line play and what to expect from the running backs this season.

April 10, 2018

It’s not Tom Osborne’s offense, but it has his stamp of approval.*

The OWH spends a day with Nebraska signee Cam Jones,* a big hitter and big talker.

More on the QB position: Point guard for offense | Gebbia’s fit

The focus was on the quarterbacks after Tuesday’s practice. Video & coverageUpdates & discussion.

Former Husker Richie Incognito says he’s retiring from football because of health and stress issues.

With more live tackling this spring, the Huskers should get a better evaluation of the running back position, Sean Callahan writes.

April 9, 2018

The coaching change had the Huskers’ top receivers weighing their options, but a sense of brotherhood helped keep them together in Lincoln.

Thomas Grayson, a speedy running back from Tulsa, commits to the Huskers for 2019. | Coverage & video | Discuss | Class of 2019

Check out Episode 2 of the video series on Nebraska spring football.

Mike Rozier, Bob Devaney and Tom Osborne are part of the 2018 Nebraska Athletics Hall of Fame class.

Athlon lists five Huskers who are making strong early impressions on the coaching staff.

Greg Austin says the O-line doesn’t require the complete overhaul that was needed at Central Florida.

“Oh no, here they come again.” More from Brenden Stai on how the O-line could break opponents’ will.

April 8, 2018

Zach Duval’s strength and conditioning program is shaping position battles in the trenches.

Luke McCaffrey’s visit was the big surprise of the weekend in recruiting.

This week in Husker history: Time runs out on the tough-to-read Memorial Stadium sweeping-hands scoreboard clock.

Brenden Stai discusses the origins of the term “The Pipeline” and looks back on his epic battle with Warren Sapp in the 1995 Orange Bowl.

Special teams may be the ticket for fullbacks on the roster to land a role in the offense.

Scott Frost is a teacher at his core, Steve Sipple writes.

April 7, 2018

While announced attendance at Memorial Stadium is relatively steady from game to game, scanned-ticket totals* fluctuate greatly.

The Huskers have installed most of their new playbook, but mastering it will be a lengthy process, offensive coordinator Troy Walters says after Saturday’s practice. | Updates & discussion

Tom Osborne plans to watch games from the skybox only occasionally and has bought a couple of stadium tickets to use most of the time.

Changing up the pace is a key to the effectiveness of Scott Frost’s offense.

Anatomy of an Era: Offensive guard Brenden Stai charted his own course in the weight room and helped change the culture.

April 6, 2018

Ndamukong Suh says he’s ready to put in the work needed to make the L.A. Rams’ defensive line as good on the field as it appears on paper.

Re-establishing the Huskers’ advantages in physicality and play-calling would cure a lot of Nebraska’s ills, Steve Sipple writes.

It was what coach Ryan Held didn’t say* that helped sell safety Cam Jones on Nebraska. | Recruiting updates | Reimer on radar | Notable visitors

Former Nebraska offensive lineman Brent Qvale has re-signed with the New York Jets.*

Sports Illustrated plays the what-if game with the outcome of the quarterback battle between Bobby Newcombe and Eric Crouch.

Anatomy of an Era: More from Mark “Zeke” Cisco on player accountability, mentoring a future Husker, and practicing for the national championship game with a broken hand.

Adam Carriker talks about tackling and is joined by a special guest to demonstrate the proper techniques.

April 5, 2018

David Knevel figures to be a top pick in the CFL draft but still has NFL hopes.

It’ll be another busy weekend in recruiting as both high-profile and under-the-radar prospects make visits. | Hoops star gets offer: 1, 2

About a thousand spring game tickets have become available and will be sold via a lottery system.

Erik Chinander says after Thursday’s practice that the defense doesn’t seem to be the one he’d heard about — and that’s a good thing. | Discuss

Tom Ruud and Rik Bonness reflect on the life of Dave Humm.

Anatomy of an Era: Strong safety Mark “Zeke” Cisco found himself in a different world when he walked on at Nebraska instead of his home-state school, Michigan.

April 4, 2018

Former Nebraska placekicker Sandro DeAngelis* has found a new passion as soccer coach at Millard North. | Bio

ESPN’s FPI index sees the Huskers finishing the regular season at no better than .500.*