October 30, 2023

Offensive coordinator Brian Ferentz has been fired at Iowa, effective at the end of the season. | Commentary: Shatel,* Hlas, Staples

Matt Rhule says that Omar Brown is in concussion protocol and that the defense could’ve played better despite Saturday’s impressive stats. Go here for more from Monday’s presser ahead of the Michigan State game. | Updates & discussion | Depth chart

Sunday Morning Quarterback: Matt Rhule has a team that doesn’t panic despite plenty of reasons to do so.

Quinton Newsome earns Special Teams Player of the Week honors from the Big Ten.

The Maryland game gets an 11 a.m. kickoff and will be carried on Peacock, NBC’s streaming service. | Discuss

Dave Feit breaks down the Purdue game, and Cole Stukenholtz sees Matt Rhule’s approach bearing fruit.

Doc’s Diagnosis: A shotgun run on fourth-and-1? Please, no!

Volleyball State: Nebraska is the nation’s only unbeaten team as upsets shake up the top 10.

October 29, 2023

Winning Iowa-style is working for Nebraska, Sam McKewon writes. More day-after commentary & analysis: Adam Carriker, Husker Mike, Husker Doc Talk.

Edge defender Jaxon Lee from Frisco, Texas, announces his commitment to Nebraska. | Coverage & highlights | Class of 2024 | Discuss

Nebraska opens as a two-point favorite against Michigan State, but the stats matchup suggests a greater edge than that for the Huskers.

ThotDoc’s Brain Droppings on the Purdue game.

This Week in Husker history: A game nobody could attend, a streak stopped by Texas, the death of Tom “Train Wreck” Novak, and a Hail Mary win in Lincoln.

October 28, 2023

After a tight first set, Nebraska volleyball rolls to a sweep of Rutgers. | Stats | Highlights

Nebraska 31, Purdue 14. Stellar defense and big plays get it done for the butter-fingered Huskers, who now have won three in a row and are tied for the Big Ten West lead. Go to the game page for all the coverage. | Commentary: Stryker, Husker Dan, Carriker | Highlights | Postgame presser | Big Red Over-Reaction

October 27, 2023

The Huskers must overcome injuries Saturday in order to enter November with five wins for the first time since 2016. Here are Nebraska-Purdue pregame reads from Lincoln (1, 2),* Omaha (1, 2)* and Indiana (1, 2). | Commentary & analysis: Shatel,* Just,* Schneider, Bruntz et al., Callahan, McMaster. | Hype video

Nebraska volleyball is 20-0 for the first time in 15 years after a convincing sweep of Maryland.

Nick DeLuca, a former star linebacker at Millard North and North Dakota State, is accused of breaking the nose of Nebraska basketball forward Reink Mast in an assault in Lincoln. | Shorthanded Huskers

Watch the induction ceremony for the six-member Nebraska Athletics Hall of Fame class of 2023, including football’s Tommie Frazier.*

Harry Wilson, all-conference running back for Bob Devaney’s Huskers in the mid-1960s, has died at age 79. | Memorable ’65 Okla. game

Friday Husker Tailgate: The guys recap the win over Northwestern and dig into the upcoming Purdue matchup.

The Big Sports show dives into the Michigan scandal, Ohio State-Wisconsin and conference realignment.

Michigan’s sign-stealing* staffer bought tickets to several Nebraska home games in 2021 and 2022.

October 26, 2023

Poll question: Should tax dollars be used to help pay for the improvements to Memorial Stadium?

At the Big Red Brunch, Jay Foreman, Ahman Green and Jason Peter discuss the standards* that were central to the Huskers’ dominating ways in the mid-1990s.

Scouting the Boilermakers, who have the best quarterback Nebraska has faced in nearly a month.

SMQ: Jay and Bob predict an 11-point Nebraska win. | More picks

Adam Carriker has a Purdue-Nebraska prediction and keys to the game.

Three-star running back Kewan Lacy becomes the second decommitment of the week from Nebraska’s 2024 recruiting class. | Discuss

Matt Rhule says that the retooled O-line is ready and that special teams could be crucial Saturday against Purdue. Go here for more from Thursday’s post-practice presser. | Updates & discussion

Big Ten Show: Minnesota-Iowa craziness, Spartans’ coaching search, Michigan’s sign-stealing, and this weekend’s football lineup.

October 25, 2023

Check out the latest GBRewind episode, which inclues behind-the-scenes moments from the Northwestern game.

Trev Alberts discusses football scheduling and more on the radio.*

Purdue defensive coordinator Kevin Lane has a history against the Huskers: His pick-six capped the scoring in Kansas’ 40-15 win against Nebraska in 2005.

Behind the Point Spread at 8 tonight: Nebraska-Purdue, Florida Georgia, Ohio State Wisconsin and Oregon-Utah.

The football schedule changes reported yesterday are now official.

No Nebraska on this week’s college football TV depth chart.

October 24, 2023

Matt Rhule talks on the radio about coping with the team’s rash of injuries and more. | Video

In a schedule change, Nebraska reportedly will open the 2025 season against Cincinnati in Indianapolis.

Marcus Satterfield says the Huskers should “be just fine” despite the attrition on the O-line. Go here for more from Tuesday’s post-practice presser. | Updates & discussion

The Nebraska-Wisconsin showdown set a TV viewership record for regular-season volleyball.

Was it the right call? Doc’s Diagnosis breaks down Iowa’s nullified punt return.

October 23, 2023

Husker Dan: Two sports win on Anniversary Saturday.

SMQ: It’s a 4-1 run for the Huskers with the win over Northwestern.

Purdue coach and former CU Buff Ryan Walters: “Don’t like that N on the helmet.”

O-linemen Turner Corcoran and Ethan Piper are both done for the year, and Nouredin Nouili will miss the Purdue game and perhaps more. Go here for more from Matt Rhule’s Monday presser. | Depth chart | Updates & discussion

The Nov. 4 game at Michigan State gets an 11 a.m. start on FS1.

Princewill Umanmielen is listed as one of five true freshman standouts from Week 8 of college football.

Dave Feit sees the Northwestern game as a step forward in learning how to win.

Dr. Rob Zatechka breaks down the belly G option pass that worked to perfection against Northwestern.

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