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FEBRUARY 28, 2021

Travis Fisher says the defensive backs who stuck with it got closer while weathering the challenges of 2020.

Ndamukong Suh wasn’t a happy camper when he was bypassed for the Heisman in 2009.

Sons of former Huskers make up a quarter of the 2021 walk-on class, and they are hoping to restore the success their fathers enjoyed. | Shatel on Foreman & Peter

This week in Husker history: Bill Glassford rules out another coaching job.

FEBRUARY 27, 2021

The LJS looks at five newcomers with the potential to make an early impact.

Steven M. Sipple applauds Bill Moos’ embrace of the football lettermen’s club.

FEBRUARY 26, 2021

Catching up with Brandon Rigoni, Nebraska’s special-teams “missile” of 15 years ago.

FEBRUARY 25, 2021

Georgia center Steven Nahmias is on the Huskers’ recruiting wish list for 2022.

Adam Carriker looks at five Huskers who could help give the Blackshirts a consistent pass rush this season.

FEBRUARY 24, 2021

Plans are said to be in the works for a 2022 season opener in Ireland, perhaps against Northwestern.

Markese Stepp tops Athlon Sports’ list of newcomers to keep an eye out for in Lincoln this fall.

FEBRUARY 23, 2021

Jammal Lord talks with Adam Carriker about the ups and downs of his time in Lincoln as well as the current Huskers.

FEBRUARY 22, 2021

New volunteer assistant Jay Foreman says he just wants to be an asset to the program by giving players support, insights and motivation.

Bill Moos says there is a push to have Big Ten schools use local health officials as their guide in opening venues to the public, and he expects fans will be back in Big Ten stadiums this fall.

Quarterback Luke McCaffrey has announced that Louisville will be his transfer destination. | Discuss

The Athletic Department’s bottom line improved in the fiscal year that ended last June 30, but the current year’s numbers will better illustrate the impact of COVID-19.

FEBRUARY 21, 2021

Derek Peterson says playmakers on offense can help fix the Huskers’ chronic inability to overcome mistakes. | Sipple on coaching | McKewon on B1G

Enrolling early is giving Husker signee Seth Malcom more time to acclimate to the jump from eight-man to college football.

Ready for bigger roles? Receiver Will Nixon and running back Marvin Scott.

Former Huskers Jay Foreman and Jason Peter are moving into volunteer roles on Scott Frost’s staff.

This week in Husker history: Husker football great Guy Chamberlin decides to give professional baseball a go.

FEBRUARY 20, 2021

Tad Stryker says Scott Frost could unite Husker Nation by Christmas with a strong running game.

Nebraska doesn’t make the top five for top 2022 in-state prospects Deshawn Woods of Omaha Central and Devon Jackson of Omaha Burke.

FEBRUARY 19, 2021

Sophomore tight end Ben Brahmer of Pierce gets a Nebraska offer. | In-state juniors on radar

Will Farniok announces Tulsa will be his transfer destination.

Sizing up the experience-rich secondary: OWH, Husker247

Adam Carriker says the challenging 2021 schedule is an opportunity for the Huskers to prove their progress.

FEBRUARY 18, 2021

Taking stock of the front seven on defense: Linemen, linebackers.

FEBRUARY 17, 2021

Another extension of the recruiting dead period, through May 31, means the spring game will not be leveraged for recruiting.

Ron Brown’s new role on the staff is to help the offense as a senior analyst.

As expected, the trip to Ireland is off and the Aug. 28 season opener will be played at Illinois instead.

The Big Ten has finally released a 2021 baseball schedule, with several neutral-site games and no conference tournament. | Chatelain: Double standard

FEBRUARY 16, 2021

Refinance or get a new home loan with Husker and Super Bowl QB Vince Ferragamo. Available in all 50 states.

It’s more perception than fact that Nebraska doesn’t get its top recruits on the field, Greg Smith writes.

It’s been a “crazy experience” for Columbus linebacker Ernest Hausmann as the Power Five offers for 2022 have hit double digits.

Adam Carriker discusses the likelihood and impact of having fans in the stadium this fall.

FEBRUARY 15, 2021

Nebraska is facing stiff competition for the talented 2022 in-state recruiting class.

Husker football assistants have signed contract extensions through the 2022 season.

Nebraska may be set to go in a different direction as it negotiates a new broadcasting and marketing deal.

FEBRUARY 14, 2021

With the game in Dublin this year looking highly doubtful, a Husker trip to Ireland in 2022 is reportedly being discussed.

The men’s hoops team has finally ended its conference losing streak, more than a year long. Coverage and highlights.

This week in Husker history: Link Lyman’s return after a season off, the Huskers’ only February game, and the hiring of Jumbo Stiehm.

FEBRUARY 13, 2021

The Athletic Department will have a lot riding financially on how the pandemic affects the 2021 football season.

The Daily Nebraskan looks at the nearly 40-year exclusion of Black athletes from Nebraska football.

FEBRUARY 12, 2021

Bill Moos hopes some fans might be able to attend baseball and softball games this spring but hasn’t heard anything from the Big Ten that makes him overly confident.

The OWH and Husker247 break down the competition on the 2021 Huskers’ offensive line

FEBRUARY 11, 2021

The Huskers need to to replace their top wide receiver for the third straight season. Here’s a look at who might step up. | Position outlook | Carriker on talent level

Jeremy Pernell wraps up his recruiting reviews with a look at the Huskers’ incoming defensive backs.

FEBRUARY 10, 2021

Brenden Jaimes discusses culture issues at Nebraska, the 2020 season and more. | Discuss

Jeremy Pernell assesses the signees at linebacker, where there’s quality but perhaps no true outside ‘backer.

Adam Carriker says Nebraska needs a “legit” QB in order to compete at a high level, and eventually for titles.

Steven M. Sipple says the Huskers got a steal in the hiring of Bill Busch.

Position breakdowns for 2021: Running backs, defensive line, quarterbacks.

FEBRUARY 9, 2021

Jeremy Pernell says the Huskers’ two signees on the defensive line appear to be perfect fits for the 3-4.

Ready for bigger roles? Running back Sevion Morrison and defensive lineman Jordon Riley.

FEBRUARY 8, 2021

Jeremy Pernell evaluates the Huskers’ 2021 signees on the offensive line.

Three staff hires are now official: Marcus Castro-Walker as director of player development, Bill Busch as defensive analyst, and Keanon Lowe as an offensive analyst.

The Huskers are No. 4 in Athlon Sports’ Big Ten roster rankings.

FEBRUARY 7, 2021

Lavonte David, Ndamukong Suh and Khalil Davis are Super Bowl champions after Tampa Bay’s rout of Kansas City. | Photos | Interviews | Super Bowl Huskers

The offensive line is front and center in weekend commentary by Sam McKewon, Steven M. Sipple and Derek Peterson.

Jeremy Pernell looks at the Huskers’ 2021 tight end class, widely regarded as among the best in the nation.

This week in Husker history: A posthumous Silver Star for Butch Luther.

FEBRUARY 6, 2021

Former Nebraska assistant Keith Williams is joining the Baltimore Ravens’ staff as passing game specialist.

Winning is what it will take to unify the fan base, Steven M. Sipple writes.

Jeremy Pernell sizes up the Huskers’ additions at wide receiver in the 2021 recruiting class.

The Bucs’ Super Bowl season is giving former Husker Lavonte David some overdue recognition. | Top plays of 2011

FEBRUARY 5, 2021

Jeremy Pernell evaluates 2021 signee Gabe Ervin and says he has the size and strength to be an every-down running back for Nebraska.

The Big Ten announces schedule adjustments for 2021, including a switch to Black Friday for the Iowa game. | Five takeaways | Composite schedule

FEBRUARY 4, 2021

Scott Frost met with reporters Thursday to discuss the Huskers’ recruiting class and the outlook heading into spring ball. Coverage & video | Updates & discussion

FEBRUARY 3, 2021

Jeremy Pernell says Heinrich Haarberg might have the highest ceiling of all the quarterbacks Scott Frost has brought to Lincoln. | Rankings: Husker signees, Top 40 classes.

Bill Moos says the fate of the Ireland game will be decided in the next seven to 10 days.

Four-star linebacker Wynden Ho’ohuli makes it official by signing with the Huskers on an otherwise quiet day for Nebraska. | Updated Class of 2021 | Bios | NU’s “Super Six”

As expected, cornerback Avante Dickerson of Omaha Westside has opted for Oregon. | Carriker gut reaction

FEBRUARY 2, 2021

It figures to be a quiet signing day Wednesday for the Huskers, who are likely to have a couple of scholarships at their disposal going into the spring. | Lohr’s son walking on | Class of 2021

The 2021 Huskers appear loaded at inside linebacker aside from lacking an all-conference-level star.

Ready for bigger roles? Pola-Gates, Gunnerson, Clark, Gifford, Newsom, Banks, Brown.

All signs seem to indicate the game in Ireland won’t happen.

Dave Feit says Nebraska should leave the Big Ten — in baseball.

The Huskers have another Super Bowl connection in Chad Wade.

Missouri is among several schools that have joined the hunt for Omaha-area football talent.

FEBRUARY 1, 2021

Scott Frost has reportedly hired Marcus Castro-Walker away from Arizona State as director of player development.

Defensive back Michael Booker III, son of the mid-1990s Husker standout, announces he’s walking on at Nebraska.

Offensive coordinator Matt Lubick is staying put rather than pursuing the head coaching job at Montana State.

Lavonte David is excited to be in the hunt for a Super Bowl ring with two other former Blackshirts. | In spotlight at last