April 6, 2018

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.*

Nick Gates* expects to be picked in round 3, 4 or 5 of the NFL draft. | Opportunity for Maher* | Enunwa deal*

A Johnny Rodgers exhibit is opening Thursday at the Great Plains Black History Museum in Omaha.

Anatomy of an Era: Mike “Biff” Roberts says it was “tough to even walk after some practices,” but it taught him that “in life you’ve got to work your butt off to be successful.”

April 3, 2018

Scott Frost is No. 5 on AP’s “Most Likely to Succeed” list of FBS coaches in new jobs.

Scott Frost says Tuesday’s practice was “far and away our best day as a team” so far this spring. | Discuss

Newcomer Deontai Williams is already emerging as a versatile weapon in the defensive secondary.

A number of redshirt freshmen are in position to make an impact in 2018.

Anatomy of an Era: Walk-on rover Mike “Biff” Roberts made hay every day on the practice field as a member of the scout team.

Running back Devine Ozigbo has his sights set on the starting job for his senior season.

April 2, 2018

Former Husker Will Compton agrees to a one-year deal with the Tennessee Titans.

An Athletic Department video, the first in a series, recaps the first full week of spring drills.

Adam Carriker gives his game-by-game predictions for Scott Frost’s first season.

Athlon Sports says there’s reason to hope for improved defensive efficiency under Erik Chinander. | What to expect | “Iron sharpens iron”

April 1, 2018

Offensive guard Tanner Farmer welcomes the new “high-paced world” of Husker football and has high hopes for his senior season.

Anatomy of an Era: Boyd Epley on the Huskers’ fourth-quarter dominance and more: “If there had been a fifth quarter, they would have had to take the Hurricanes to the hospital.”

The military rejected him because of his “football knees.” Who was this former Cornhusker who still went on to play pro football at a championship level? It’s part of this week in Husker history.

March 31, 2018

Marcus Hicks and other recruits take unofficial visits on junior day Lincoln. | In-state visitors*

Scott Frost calls the plays on game day while offensive coordinator Troy Walters serves as his second set of eyes upstairs.

“I’m just a guy who wants to make his family proud.” Cornerback Chris Jones is eager for his shot at the NFL.

The defensive coaches provide updates as Saturday’s practice caps the first full week of spring drills. | Discuss

Patrick O’Brien’s mobility is something to watch as the quarterback competition unfolds.

Anatomy of an Era: Boyd Epley reminisces about how his $2-an-hour job as an injured pole vaulter morphed into the groundbreaking Husker Power program.

March 30, 2018

Former teammates remember Travis Hill as a gifted athlete with a fun-loving streak. | Missing “Hummer”

Juco transfer Greg Bell is making a good early impression at running back. | Wanted: Full toolboxes

Scott Frost’s approach of not making football an all-the-time deal can be appealing to both staff and players. | QBs’ learning curve: 1, 2, 3

Here are the jersey numbers of the newest Huskers.

Two speedy backs — Rahmir Johnson and Thomas Grayson– have unofficial visits* to Lincoln planned over the next two weekends. | Logjam at QB?

A point system and the Unity Council: Boyd Epley provides a behind-the-scenes look at how the program culture grew stronger in the early 1990s.

March 29, 2018

Another Husker great is gone too soon as All-America outside linebacker Travis Hill has passed away at age 48.* | Bio | Pivotal play | Discuss

Spring curiosities: Special teams | Jucos Bell & Williams

Zach Duval on weight-room motivation: “It’s my job to make you better than what the coaches are going to bring in.”

Council Bluffs QB prospect Max Duggan is unsure whether he’ll visit Nebraska again before his planned April decision.

The Huskers’ third spring practice was the first in pads, and the defense had the upper hand. | Video & coverage | Updates & discussion

Anatomy of an Era: Boyd Epley recalls the program-changing winter of 1991 and what “absolutely destroyed” the Husker Power program more than a decade later.

March 28, 2018

Ndamukong Suh could help give the L.A. Rams a pro version of Nebraska’s dominant 2009 defense, Bill Connelly writes.

Dave Humm, the record-setting Husker quarterback* from the 1970s, has died at age 65 after a decades-long battle with MS. | Discuss | 2004 interview | 2009 profile* | Nebraska Greats Foundation | Kantowski commentary

The fast pace* for the Huskers this spring isn’t for the timid or unmotivated.

Kick back for a Wayback Wednesday rewind of the 1996 Huskers’ Orange Bowl win over Virginia Tech. Big games from Damon Benning and Scott Frost.