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OCTOBER 31, 2017

Four-star defensive back Bookie Radley-Hiles has decommitted* from the Huskers. | Commentary: Smith, McKewon,* Quinn, Vogel | Discuss | 2018 class

Cole Conrad is eager for another go as starting center.

Nebraska faces a stiff challenge in Northwestern running back Justin Jackson, Bob Diaco says. More from Tuesday’s practice: Videos | Notes: 1, 2,* 3*

Fifty pass attempts will usually spell defeat for Nebraska, but the Purdue game bucked that trend for several reasons.

Center Michael Decker is likely to have knee surgery* Thursday but could return for a bowl game. | Temporary setback*

Athletic Director Bill Moos says fans’ frustrations* are understandable and that “we need to get back to being Nebraska.” Also, he has words of praise for Scott Frost. Hear his Tuesday radio inverviews here | Sipple commentary* | Discuss

Adam Carriker addresses the “elephant in the room”: Scott Frost.

Our printable 2-deeps and rosters for the Northwestern game are available now.

Jaylin Bradley’s performance Saturday was no surprise* to his Bellevue West coach. | Notes*

OCTOBER 30, 2017

Danny Langsdorf isn’t interested in excuses* for the O-line and says Nebraska must find a way to run against Northwestern’s stout rushing defense. More from the Huskers’ practice Monday: Videos | Notes: 1, 2, 3, 4*

Mike Riley explains why JUCO players haven’t been a recruiting priority under his watch.

Husker Dan weighs in on the win at Purdue.

Tanner Lee and Drew Brown make the Stars of the Week lists of the Manning and Groza award organizations.

Several Huskers are questionable for the Northwestern game, and center Michael Decker’s injury may have ended* his season. More from the Huskers’ press conference Monday: Video | “Grain of salt” win: 1,* 2* | Depth chart | Notes: 1,* 2,* 3 | Five takes

Nebraska’s late TD against Purdue created one of the biggest win-probability swings of the weekend.

The Minnesota game gets an 11 a.m. start and FS1 telecast.

Tommie Frazier discusses leadership by example in the latest Through These Gates: The Lost Tapes.

OCTOBER 29, 2017

Bob Diaco says his young defense’s response late in the game Saturday is something it can build on.*

Adam Carriker gives his final thoughts on the Huskers’ win at Purdue. More commentary and analysis: McKewon,* Gabriel,* Husker Mike, York, Christopherson | Washut

Freshman running back Jaylin Bradley made the most of his opportunity against Purdue.

See how Nebraska and Northwestern match up statistically.

Listen to the Big Red Replay recap and analysis of the win at Purdue.

This week in Husker history: The first play wins it (1937), the sellout streak begins (1962), Dr. Tom’s 250th win (1997) and more.

The OWH details Scott Frost’s love/hate relationship with Nebraska based on a series of 2012 interviews.

OCTOBER 28, 2017

Nebraska 25, Purdue 24. The Huskers ride Tanner Lee’s arm to a last-minute win in a thriller in West Lafayette. Go to the game page for coverage. | Highlights | Stryker commentary | Postgame presser | McKewon recap | Carriker gut reaction | Big Red Overreaction

Next week’s opponent, Northwestern, is a 39-31 winner over Michigan State in triple overtime.

Here’s the Huskers’ travel roster. Isaac Armstrong will be the holder on kicks because Zack Darlington is ill.

It’s two teams in need of a midseason jump-start as Nebraska and Purdue clash tonight in West Lafayette. Here are the pregame reads from Lincoln (1, 2),* Omaha (1, 2),* Grand Island (1, 2),* Lafayette and Goshen. Commentary: Sipple,* Shatel,* Barfknecht,* Carmin, Callahan, Christopherson, Padilla.


Brent Qvale is set to step in once again as a fill-in starter at offensive tackle for the New York Jets.

OCTOBER 27, 2017

Punter Caleb Lightbourn has rebounded well from a shaky freshman season but still isn’t satisfied. | Notes

Adam Carriker presents his four steps to improve the culture of the football program.

Athlon previews the game and picks Purdue to win. | More predictions | Your pick

Charlie McBride discusses the community factors that have fortified the football program in the latest Through These Gates outtakes.

The Huskers are working to correct the issues that have made their screen game* a wreck.

OCTOBER 26, 2017

BTN’s Glen Mason is unimpressed with the QB play* in the Big Ten West.

It will a matchup of two struggling units* when Purdue’s offense faces Nebraska’s defense Saturday.

Purdue’s leading rusher, Tario Fuller, is expected back Saturday after a four-week layoff with a foot injury.

Linebackers Luke Gifford and Tyrin Ferguson and offensive tackle David Knevel will miss the Purdue game, but the defensive secondary should be at full strength. Here’s video with more from Mike Riley after Thursday’s practice. | Notes: 1, 2, 3, 4,* 5,* 6 | McKewon recap

Fox Sports’ Joel Klatt says if Nebraska doesn’t shell out $5 million to hire Scott Frost this year, someone else will. | Discuss

Coaches are pushing for greater consistency from the tight ends.

A case is made for getting Jaylin Bradley more involved in the offense.

The OWH finds the year three* records of Power 5 coaches to be a mixed bag.

Adam Carriker gives his prediction and keys to the Purdue game. | More picks | No Huddle preview

Coach Jeff Brohm wants to see more scrambling from Purdue’s quarterbacks. | Scouting report*

OCTOBER 25, 2017

Mike Riley’s pay ranks 42nd nationally and 11th* in the Big Ten, according to USA Today’s latest database update.

New Athletic Director Bill Moos outlines his vision in a round of interviews with local media.

The father of freshman quarterback Tristan Gebbia says parting ways with Mike Riley would be a “huge mistake” for Nebraska. | December complications

Tre Bryant provides a post-surgery update via Twitter.

Big plays have vexed Purdue’s defense this season.

Fresh off his stint as the interim A.D., Dave Rimington shares some insights on the latest Husker Doc Talk.

Nebraska is keeping its eyes open for a 2018 quarterback.

What’s the better job: Nebraska or Tennessee?

Jerald Foster says pride will always motivate the Huskers, no matter the team’s record.

Milt Tenopir talks about his bonds with his O-linemen in the latest Through These Gates: The Lost Tapes.

OCTOBER 24, 2017

It will take time, but “we are going to create the best defense* in the country,” Bob Diaco* says after Tuesday’s practice. More: “Innovative” Purdue | Notes: Videos | 1, 2* | Photos

Scott Frost will want the timing to feel right for any move to a Power 5 job, says a former coaching cohort. | His playbook

This Saturday will be the 10th anniversary for the Husker Salute.*

Kenny Bell joins the Baltimore Ravens’ practice squad.

Position progress reports: O-line | Receivers

From Adam Carriker, what Mike Riley must do to keep his job.

Our printable 2-deeps and rosters for the Purdue game are available now.

When it comes to keeping a top job in athletics, personality and fit* go only so far, Tom Shatel writes.

Former Husker O-lineman Matt Slauson will miss the rest of the L.A. Chargers’ season with a biceps injury.

The bye week allowed the Huskers to recharge* their batteries, do some self-evaluation and take stock of their goals.*

OCTOBER 23, 2017

Danny Langsdorf is considering some new wrinkles, including a greater role for the tight ends, to get the offense in gear. More from Monday’s practice: Videos | Notes: 1, 2*

Duty at guard could be in the cards for Matt Farniok.*

Husker Dan notes that Nebraska has plenty of high-profile company in its struggles this season.

A nugget from CBS Sports’ Dennis Dodd adds fuel to the Scott Frost speculation.

Bill Moos sends a message to season ticket holders on his first day as athletic director. | Radio show

Nebraska will apply for a medical redshirt for I-back Tre Bryant,* who will have season-ending knee surgery tomorrow. Also, two linebackers are iffy for Saturday due to injury. More from Monday’s press conference: Video | McKewon recap | Notes: 1, 2,* 3* | Christopherson’s 5 takes | Depth chart | Game notes

The Northwestern game gets a 2:30 p.m. start and BTN telecast.

Athlon writers don’t like Nebraska’s bowl chances.

Sam McKewon looks at the ins and outs of Tanner Lee’s improvement.* | 4 keys* | 5 burning questions

Tom Osborne discusses how the football team affects the state’s psyche in the latest installment of Through These Gates: The Lost Tapes.

OCTOBER 22, 2017

Jeff Brohm is quickly building a success story* at Purdue despite Saturday’s loss at Rutgers.

Nebraska enters the week as a 6.5-point underdog to Purdue. | Discuss

What will the Huskers’ final record be, and will they make a bowl? Adam Carriker gives his predictions.

The Boilermakers are pointing to a lack of focus as they evaluate their loss to Rutgers.

Longtime Husker commit Cameron Jurgens of Beatrice suffers a season-ending ankle injury.*

Always building: That’s Bill Moos* as profiled in depth by the OWH.

This week in Husker history: Best team ever? That was being said about Nebraska after a 1922 rout of Missouri.

Take a look at how the Boilermakers and Huskers match up statistically.

International fans* adjust their sleep hours to follow the Huskers.

OCTOBER 21, 2017

Scott Frost’s rise brings a degree of clarity to an uncomfortable discussion at Nebraska, Steve Sipple writes.

The offense needs to deliver, Sam McKweon writes in his bye-week review of the Huskers’ season. More midseason assessments: | Offense* | Defense* | MVPs: Spielman, Gifford | The running backs | Four keys*

The Huskers are likely to have some key players back next Saturday.

Next week’s opponent, Purdue, is a 14-12 upset victim at Rutgers.

OCTOBER 20, 2017

See where the recruiting trail is taking Husker coaches during the off weekend.

The Scott Frost watch enters another weekend: 1, 2, 3

It’s the defense’s turn for Adam Carriker’s mid-semester review, and Huskers Illustrated assesses the quarterbacks at midseason.

Tom Osborne talks more about Bill Moos* and how he’ll fit at Nebraska.

Tom Rathman recalls what it meant to play in his first game in Memorial Stadium in the latest installment of Through These Gates: The Lost Tapes.

OCTOBER 19, 2017

With the expectations of a powerhouse and the limitations of an underdog, Nebraska has the worst of both worlds,* Dirk Chatelain says of the Huskers’ long slump.

Things seem to be settling down* for Tanner Lee at quarterback, Mike Riley says.

Former Husker Nate Gerry moves up to the Philadelphia Eagles’ active roster.

With Bill Moos aboard as A.D., what happens next? Rob Zatechka and Travis Justice take up that and more on Husker Doc Talk.

Adam Carriker hands out mid-semester grades for the offense.

Former Husker Brandon Reilly catches a 550-mile Uber ride to make it to a team meeting in Buffalo on time.

OCTOBER 18, 2017

Other schools thought he was too small. Rich Glover* proved them wrong through hard work at Nebraska.

Mike Riley says he’s focused on coaching the team, not auditioning for the new athletic director, and improved point production is a priority. More from Wednesday’s practice: Video | Staying motivated: 1,* 2 | Notes: 1,* 2,* 3 | Quotes

Experts doubt that a more fiery sideline demeanor would bring Mike Riley more wins.

Analyzing the Husker offense: The good & bad | Crossing routes

John Parrella talks about his “All gas, no brakes” mantra, the young defensive line’s potential and more in an interview with Adam Carriker.

Legendary coach Milt Tenopir reflects on his long tenure with Nebraska in the latest Through These Gates outtakes.

Mike Leach expects Bill Moos to “give Nebraska some sizzle.” | Barfknecht: Age no worry*

Jeremy Pernell analyzes the decision Bill Moos will have to make about Husker football.

Hail Varsity examines the defense’s struggles: Third down | Efficiency

OCTOBER 17, 2017

Central Florida announces a $1.5 million fund drive that is seen as a move to encourage Scott Frost to stay put. | Scout-team QB at age 42

Former Husker assistant Jim Walden, who coached Washington State for nine seasons, says Bill Moos’ hiring is not good for Mike Riley.

Tre Bryant’s situation remains cloudy, while Joshua Kalu and JD Spielman are expected to be ready for the Purdue game.

Adam Carriker gives his full reaction to the Bill Moos hire. | What to expect | Contract incentives | Regents’ thumbs-up*

Milt Tenopir discusses his strong friendship with Charlie McBride in the latest installment of Through These Gates: The Lost Tapes.

OCTOBER 16, 2017

Sam McKewon says the Blackshirts were in surrender mode* Saturday night due to injuries, scheme and confusion. | Bye-week respite*

Husker wide receiver commit Joshua Moore will take an official visit this weekend to Alabama. | 2018 commits | Recruiting notes: 1, 2

Mike Leach calls Bill Moos the best athletic director* he’s met but says he has no plans* to follow him to Nebraska. | Commentary: Christopherson, Shatel*

Tom Osborne sees Bill Moos as a good fit and appreciates having a voice in the search process. | Bellotti weighs in

The Purdue game gets a 6:30 p.m. CDT start and BTN telecast.

Adam Carriker recaps the Ohio State game and says it’s a good week for a bye. | 5 burning questions

OCTOBER 15, 2017

The Huskers enter the bye week in search of answers* on both sides of the ball.

Bob Diaco is preaching patience, but time might not be on the Blackshirts’ side, Jacob Padilla writes. | Growing pains

Bill Moos of Washington State and formerly of Oregon was introduced Sunday as Nebraska’s new athletic director, and he ruled out any midseason coaching changes. | Press conference video | Coverage & commentary | Reaction: Carriker, Husker Dan | Discuss

ESPN’s Ivan Maisel takes stock of Nebraska’s troubles.

This week in Husker history: Nebraska holds Notre Dame to a single first down in a 7-0 victory in Lincoln.

Nebraska’s move to the Big Ten is paying off financially.*

OCTOBER 14, 2017

The OWH reports that a new athletic director* is likely to be introduced in the coming week.

Ohio State 56, Nebraska 14. It got ugly early and stayed that way as Ohio State reeled off 40-plus first downs and rolled to touchdowns on its first eight possessions. See the game page for details. | Stryker commentary | Carriker gut reaction | McKewon analysis | Postgame presser | Highlights | Big Red Replay

Aaron Williams isn’t suited up, thinning the Huskers’ ranks at safety.

Who has been the most valuable Husker for 2017? It’s a close vote for first place in Tad Stryker’s pregame poll.

Ernest Suttles, who was kicked off the team in 2013, is charged with sexual assault and dismissed from the Memphis Tigers.

Tickets for Saturday’s game can be had at bargain prices.

It’s a matchup of traditional powers trending in different directions as the Huskers try to pull off a big upset tonight against Ohio State. Here are the pregame reads from Lincoln (1, 2),* Omaha (1, 2),* Grand Island (1, 2),* Cleveland (1, 2), Columbus (1, 2, 3)* and Toledo (1, 2.) Commentary: Sipple, Shatel,* Barfknecht,* Hamar, Bielik, Callahan | Final thoughts


OCTOBER 13, 2017

An Ohio State win Saturday would lift the Buckeyes into a fourth-place tie with Nebraska for all-time wins.

Ohio native Bob Brown looks back more than half a century and says “my first move was my biggest move – to Nebraska.” | HOF induction: 1,* 2

Joshua Moore recaps his official visit, which included breakfast at Hank Bounds’ house. | QB flip quest | Recruiting notes

Joshua Kalu talks about his appreciation for the Nebraska fan base and and more in a Lott IMPACT Trophy interview.

Charlie McBride discusses how negativity can affect fans in the latest installment of Through These Gates: The Lost Tapes.

Adam Carriker gives his keys to the Ohio State-Nebraska game and prediction. | Eleven Warriors preview | More picks

OCTOBER 12, 2017

Does Mike Riley need to show more fire*? Some fans think so.

Hard work and clear priorities put Rich Glover in a position for high honors such as Nebraska Athletics Hall of Fame status.

Heisman winners Johnny Rodgers and Eric Crouch join Adam Carriker to share Nebraska football stories and their opinions on the status of Husker Nation.

Mikale Wilbon will play Saturday and share snaps* at I-back with Devine Ozigbo. More from the Huskers’ practice Thursday: Video | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* 4

The offense’s efficiency is lagging even though its good plays are going for more yardage.

Sean Keeler takes up the issue of Nebraska’s identity or lack thereof.

This week’s point spread indicates how far the Huskers have fallen out of favor* in Las Vegas.

JD Spielman has been clutch on third down, but a missed opportunity in the end zone against Wisconsin still haunts him.

It’s all Ohio State in the game predictions thus far. | Athlon preview | Poll: NU’s chances?

The Huskers’ developing D-line* faces another stiff challenge against the Buckeyes.

Jerald Foster’s family serves as “stand-in parents” for Husker players who are far from home.

OCTOBER 11, 2017

The Blackshirts must prepare to go up tempo* against Ohio State’s playmakers. | NU notes

University President Hank Bounds knows how crucial it is to find the right athletic director,* Tom Shatel writes.

Urban Meyer has some injury updates and more comments in his only media availability of the week before the Buckeyes’ trip to Lincoln. | Scouting OSU: 1, 2,* 3* | No Huddle preview

Dave Rimington discusses the importance of the walk-on program* and more on an Omaha radio show. | Audio

Former Navy SEAL and current Husker freshman Damian Jackson has been nominated for the Armed Forces Merit Award.

A Saturday Down South columnist sees former Husker Scott Frost as SEC coaching material. | Taking fans’ pulse

Nebraska’s JD Spielman came close to being a Buckeye — in lacrosse.

Tom Rathman discusses the value of learning how to win during his college years in the latest installment of Through These Gates: The Lost Tapes.

Adam Carriker gives the OWH’s Sam McKewon a hands-on lesson on how to be a defensive lineman.

Tale of the Tape examines Wisconsin’s explosive runs.

Stanley Morgan Jr. is added to the Biletnikoff Award watch list.

Ohio State defensive tackle Michael Hill is back from a six-game suspension. | OSU notes: 1, 2*

Tyjon Lindsey’s key block* against Wisconsin was a big moment for the freshman receiver, his position coach says.

OCTOBER 10, 2017

Cornerback Chris Jones says his confidence* is back after his game action against Wisconsin. More from Tuesday’s practice: Videos | Preparing for the spread | Ozigbo keeps working | Notes: 1, 2,* 3* | Photos

Mike Riley says Nebraska has the passion and resources needed to elevate the program, but it’s something that will take time.*

I-back Mikale Wilbon intends to be back in action against Ohio State.

Our printable rosters and 2-deeps for Saturday night are available now.

Nebraska commit Bookie Radley-Hiles recaps his weekend in Lincoln: “The Huskers have really become a part of me now.” | More recruiting

Tanner Lee’s confidence* is on the rise after a second consecutive solid performance. | Summer foundation*

OCTOBER 9, 2017

The coaches are working to minimize the offense’s dropped passes and fix its “feast-or-famine” run game. More from Monday’s practice: Videos | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* 4* | Updates | Blackshirt for Jones

Gary Andersen, successor to Mike Riley at Oregon State, is out halfway through his third season in Corvallis. | Riley “shocked”* | Commentary: Keeler, Canzano | Discuss

A medical redshirt is a possibility for I-back Tre Bryant, Mike Riley says as he provides injury news at Monday’s presser. More: | Confidence issue | Christopherson’s 5 takes | Video & quotes: Riley, Lee, Stoltenberg | More video | Notes: 1,* 2,* 3 | Depth chart

Dirk Chatelain sees the point spread* for the Ohio State game as a wake-up call: “Nebraska has turned into Oregon State.” | Poll: Your confidence level?

Adam Carriker reviews what went wrong Saturday night for the Huskers against Wisconsin.

Athlon takes stock of the Huskers at midseason.

OCTOBER 8, 2017

The Huskers appear determined to go their own way rather than emulate Wisconsin’s power game, Sam McKewon* writes. More day-after commentary: Christopherson, Sipple,* Padilla, Husker Mike | Washut | Keeler | York

Wide receiver Joshua Moore says he and other Husker commits still see the vision at Nebraska.

The defensive secondary* enters the week with new injury-related questions. | Blackshirts’ next challenge*

Ohio State opens as a more than three-touchdown favorite against the Huskers in Lincoln. | Discuss | Stats matchup

This week in Husker history: Just two first downs? Not a problem for the 1947 Huskers against Iowa State.

OCTOBER 7, 2017

Wisconsin 38, Nebraska 17. The Badgers rush for 350-plus yards and shut down the Huskers’ offense in the second half to pull away for the win. See the game page for coverage and commentary. | Stryker commentary | Highlights | Postgame presser | Carriker gut reaction | McKewon recap | Big Red Replay

Charles Woodson says Michigan’s defense would’ve dominated in a matchup with the 1997 Huskers.

Nebraska will try to turn around perceptions as well as the recent one-sidedness of its series with Wisconsin in a showdown in Lincoln tonight. Here are the pregame reads from Lincoln (1, 2, 3),* Omaha (1, 2),* Grand Island,* Madison (1, 2) and Milwaukee. Commentary: Barfknecht,* Sipple,* Shatel,* Hamar,* York, Callahan, Oates


OCTOBER 6, 2017

Here’s a rundown of the recruits expected to be in the stadium Saturday night.

Charlie McBride recalls the day when Tom Osborne offered him a job as they met at a Denny’s in Miami. | Highlights from the roast

Tanner Lee previews Saturday night’s game in a Big Ten Network interview.

Nebraska’s trainers have played an important role in players’ return to the lineup.

Steve Sipple says the Scott Frost speculation might be awkward,* but it isn’t about to go away.

Here’s a look at what’s behind the loss of production in Nebraska’s screen game.

David Alston, a defensive end/outside linebacker from Minnesota, announces his commitment to the Huskers for 2018. | Highlights | Analysis: Smith, Clouse, McKewon* | Discuss

The Badgers have improved their quick-strike ability on offense this season. | Wisconsin notes

OCTOBER 5, 2017

Matt Davison* says the 1997 team would have been special even without a national championship. | “Refuse to lose” mindset*

It will be a big weekend* for the Huskers in recruiting.*

Former Huskers are raring to go for their Friday night roast of Charlie McBride.

Cornerback Chris Jones will play Saturday for the first time this season, and safety Joshua Kalu will also be available. More from Thursday’s practice: Video | Blueprint for winning | Notes: 1, 2, 3,* 4*

Members of the 1997 national championship team are hoping for a more upbeat Saturday than the one that unfolded at their 2007 reunion.

Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork says he’s not interested in the Nebraska opening after being mentioned as a candidate for the post. | Byrne staying put

It’s a bit of an awkward week for Bryson Williams, the Lincoln Southeast defensive tackle and Wisconsin commit.

Drew Brown is named one of 30 candidates for the 2017 Senior CLASS Award.

Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst has injury updates and more after the Badgers’ practice Thursday. | Video

Adam Carriker gives his breakdown and prediction for the Wisconsin game and says the home crowd can play a big role. | Vogel’s three keys | More picks | H’Max poll

The Badgers intend to bring the heat on Tanner Lee. | Fumagalli returns | Wisconsin notes

The defense has a pair of anchors* in nose tackles Mick Stoltenberg and Deontre Thomas. | Red-zone performance: 1, 2*

Nebraska’s and Wisconsin’s offenses* have more similarities than you might think. | Scouting the Badgers: 1,* 2*

OCTOBER 4, 2017

Offensive tackle David Knevel is determined to return to action against Wisconsin after rehabbing a stress fracture in his foot.

Land of 10’s Sean Keeler makes cases for both Nebraska and Michigan as the true No. 1 in 1997 | Fueled by the doubters

Nebraska hasn’t been this big a home underdog* since 1974.

Trev Alberts says he won’t be a candidate* for the A.D. job at Nebraska. | Shatel commentary* | Discuss

Watch the No Huddle preview of Nebraska vs. Wisconsin. | Keys to a win | Changing the narrative

College Football News previews the game and predicts a 37-20 Wisconsin win. | More picks

Improved execution on the O-line allowed for a more diversified ground game against Illinois.

Ben Stille’s breakout is nothing new to those who saw him dominate in both football and wrestling at Ashland-Greenwood.

Barry Alvarez discusses the importance of Wisconsin’s walk-on program and says it’s a lot like Nebraska’s “way back when I was there.”

Dave Rimington talks with Adam Carriker about his new role as interim A.D., how the walk-on program could improve, and more.

OCTOBER 3, 2017

Wisconsin’s sack skills and Tanner Lee’s lack of mobility spell trouble* for Nebraska, Lee Barfknecht writes. | Confidence factor*

Tale of the Tape breaks down Nebraska’s success in ramping up its front-seven pressure against Illinois’ offense.

Bob Diaco says cornerback Chris Jones is making great progress, but whether he will play against Wisconsin remains unknown. More from Tuesday’s practice: Video | Notes: 1, 2,* 3* | Photos

Carlos Davis makes the Pro Football Focus Big Ten Team of the Week.

The Huskers hope the offense’s experience in practice* against a 3-4 defense will pay off against Wisconsin.

Donate or volunteer for this weekend’s Huskers Helping the Homeless drive.

The Iron N is urging all Husker fans to wear black Saturday night.

Hail Varsity’s “Tom’s Time” series looks back at the Devaney-Osborne transition.

Husker Doc Talk takes up the issue of Nebraska’s relevance and what it takes to be part of the national football conversation.

Our PDF 2-deeps for the Wisconsin game are available now.

OCTOBER 2, 2017

Tanner Lee talks with Adam Carriker about the Huskers’ 3-2 start, turnovers and this weekend’s big game.

The role of underdog* in a home night game has been a rarity for the Huskers, but it’s happening this week and next. | Wisconsin notes | Nebraska notes*

If Nebraska’s injuries this season have a silver lining, it’s the depth they’re creating at several positions. | Decker making his case: 1, 2*

The Badgers have taken possession of Nebraska’s ID, Husker Dan writes.

Depth at running back is a concern as the Huskers prepare for Wisconsin. More from Monday’s practice: Video | “Relentless” Badgers | Notes: 1, 2*

Ameer Abdullah has added a spark to the Detroit Lions’ running game.

Husker coaches used the open Saturday to scout some top recruiting targets.

I-back Tre Bryant will miss a fourth consecutive game, and Mike Riley confirms that cornerback Chris Jones has a chance to play.* More from today’s press conference: Video | Notes: 1, 2,* 3, 4* | Foster fired up: 1, 2* | Christopherson’s 5 takes | Depth chart | Wisconsin injuries

The Ohio State game gets a 6:30 p.m. start and FS1 telecast.*

Ben Stille earns Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors for his defensive performance against Illinois.

Robin Washut has five burning questions for Nebraska entering Wisconsin week. More commentary: McKewon* | York | Christopherson | Husker Mike

The coaches and players change, but Wisconsin’s defense* remains a perennial top-25 unit. | Saturday’s stakes | The Vegas line | Blackshirts’ strides: 1, 2

OCTOBER 1, 2017

A tweet from Chris Jones indicates the cornerback may be returning to game action.

The Badgers have a decided advantage statistically going into Saturday’s game.

This week’s Big Red Replay includes a bold take on the Wisconsin game in the last segment.

This week in Husker history: A 100-0 win, and an upset over the defending national champions.

World traveler, deep thinker, man of patience: That’s the side of Dave Rimington* that might surprise football fans from the 1980s. | Boomer’s blessing*

Adam Carriker gives his full analysis of the Huskers’ win in Champaign.

A look at notable performers from Friday night: Tanner Lee | Stanley Morgan | Devine Ozigbo: 1,* 2