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• How big a season is this for Mike Riley? Husker Doc Talk takes up the hot seat issue and more.
• This weekend will see two official visits and several unofficial ones.
• There will be no suspensions for Stanley Morgan or Antonio Reed, Mike Riley says. More from Thursday's practice: Video | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* 4, 5, 6
• Arkansas State D-lineman Dee Liner now appears likely to play Saturday.
• Nebraska's games against Northern Illinois and Iowa will be produced by Fox Sports in 4K resolution.
• Nick Gates makes ESPN's preseason All-Big Ten team.
• Four-star safety Jordan Moore,* brother of Husker commit Joshua, is trying to arrange an unofficial visit to Lincoln this weekend.
• The special teams get an A-minus in Jeremy Pernell's preview.
• Bob Diaco's teaching style* is part of what has the Blackshirts believing.
• Offensive tackle Nick Gates is ready for the challenge* of facing Arkansas State's sack master, Ja'Von Rolland-Jones.
• Check out the preseason edition of the Nebraska Football Show.
• An auction of Husker memorabilia will take place next week in Fremont.
• Husker offensive tackle David Knevel tops the CFL Scouting Bureau's list of prospects for the league's 2018 draft.
• Dave Feit says 2 plus 2 equals 5 in Lee Barfknecht's recent column predicting a rough ride for the Huskers in 2017.
• Our printable rosters and two-deeps for the opener are now available.
• ESPN's Ed Cunningham is walking away from the football broadcast booth out of concern over brain trauma on the field. | Discuss
• In the second installment of the Through These Gates Lost Tapes, Milt Tenopir talks about how important Husker fans are.
• Quarterback Tanner Lee seems well suited to handle the hype and pressure surrounding him ahead of his Nebraska debut.
• Mohamed Barry says his Blackshirt gives him a duty to fulfill.
• Jeremy Pernell previews the defensive backs and says the unit could be one of the Big Ten's best secondaries despite the loss of Chris Jones.
• True freshmen Deontre Thomas and Damion Daniels give the Huskers a pair of monsters at nose tackle behind senior starter Mick Stoltenberg.
• Tom Osborne's coaching career at Nebraska began with dorm duty that may have saved an All-American's career. | Carriker interview
• Hail Varsity breaks down Stanley Morgan's strengths and weaknesses.
• Bob Diaco discussed the significance of the Blackshirt tradition and more* after Tuesday's practice. | Video & audio | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* 4 | OWH recap | Photos: 1, 2, 3,* 4
• You made the team. Nebraska's newest walk-on is receiver Chad Alioth Jr., an architecture student who went through a recent tryout.
• BTN highlights six names to know in the Big Ten West, and two of the players are Huskers: Nick Gates and JD Spielman.
• Husker Dan shares some thoughts as a new season approaches.
• Jeremy Pernell previews the linebackers, where there's depth in the middle but questions at the outside Cat spot.
• Here's more about the cancer battle of Wendy Anderson, wife of Arkansas State coach Blake Anderson.*
• Dave Feit recaps some off-the-field developments you may have missed during the offseason.
• The Cedar Rapids paper revisits Mark Banker's bloodbath comment as it previews the 2017 Huskers.
• Check out the first installment of the Through These Gates lost tapes, this one featuring Larry the Cable Guy.
• Freshman Jaylin Bradley's role will grow the more he knows and gets comfortable with, says running backs coach Reggie Davis. More player features: McNitt,* Conrad* | Shatel on QB hype*
• Nebraska has played in four of the 28 season-opening games between AP top 10 teams – and won three of them. | '73, '78, '83, '88
• Danny Langsdorf expects the Husker offense to face serious pressure from Arkansas State's defensive line. More from Monday's practice: Video & audio | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* 4, 5
• Tommy Armstrong knows from experience what Texas flood victims face.
• Offensive players say there's reason to be excited about the new-look Husker defense. More from Monday's press conference: Videos | Notes: 1, 2, 3,* 4,* 5 | McKewon recap | Tanner Lee's opportunity | Updates
• Adam Carriker breaks down the schedule and sees a 9-3 regular season.
• Arkansas State coach Blake Anderson's wife, Wendy, is battling cancer and underwent surgery* today.
• Jeremy Pernell previews the D-line in the new 3-4 scheme.
• The OWH's Lee Barfknect predicts a bumpy ride* for the 2017 Huskers. | McKewon's rewind* | Five burning questions
• Boaz Joseph is proud to have stuck with it despite seeing limited action.
• Terrell Newby scores the game-winning TD for the Minnesota Vikings as time expires in their preseason game against the 49ers.
• Steve Sipple sees a productive season* ahead for JD Spielman.
• Beyond the #SF27 hashtag: Sam Foltz's story is told by the longtime friends who knew him best.
• Wisconsin takes another injury hit at linebacker.
• Here's a rundown on what's new this season on the merchandising front.
• Jeremy Pernell previews the offensive line and says it's time for the unit to play up to its potential.
• Hail Varsity breaks down five things you might not know about Nebraskas offense from the past two seasons – and what that means for 2017.
• This week in Husker history: Radio play-by-play man Bob Zenner dies of leukemia at age 36. | 1962 call
• Memories of 1997 needn't diminish the importance of this season's decidedly more modest goals,* Tom Shatel writes.
• It is confirmed that Nebraska will wear red jerseys* at Oregon.
• The captains for 2017* have been named: Tanner Lee, Joshua Kalu, Jerald Foster, Chris Weber and Luke McNitt. | Discuss | Five thoughts
• Sophomore Alex Davis* is continuing to learn the feel of the game after his move to Cat linebacker.
• Freshman Tyjon Lindsey's actions on the field are speaking loudly.*
• God made me different: NU commit Joshua Moore begins a weekly diary.
• Ex-Husker Kent McCloughan recalls day 50 years ago when the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders played a preseason game in North Platte.*
• The Huskers will wrap up the week Saturday night with the Boneyard Bash, a students-only open practice.
• Al Groh explains some key concepts behind a 3-4 defense.
• This week's Husker Doc Talk assesses the state of the walk-on program.
• Jeremy Pernell previews the running backs and give the group a C-plus.
• Gameday hangout Barry's is on thin ice due to liquor law violations.
• Decisions on who will redshirt remain fluid, Mike Riley says.
• Player features from Thursday's interviews: Eric Lee | Tyler Hoppes* | Gabe Rahn: 1, 2 | Connor Ketter | Videos
• Being No. 2 at QB doesn't change the fact that Nebraska "is where I want to play my college football," Patrick O'Brien* says. | Lee's calm presence
• Knee injuries are taking a toll* on starters across the Big Ten.
• Several walk-ons have been rewarded* in the past few days with scholarships. More from Thursday's practice: Videos | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* 4, 5, 6 | OWH recap | Updates
• Nebraska is mentioned in positive terms as the BTN crew recaps its 14-campus fall camp tour.
• Sit back and enjoy these 25 great plays from Husker seasons past.
• Defensive tackle Maliek Collins is coming on strong in his second season with the Dallas Cowboys. | NFL Husker notes*
• Oregon will wear uniforms inspired by pediatric cancer patients for the Nebraska game on Sept. 9. | Red jerseys for Huskers?
• Five-star pass rusher Micah Parsons' interest in Nebraska is serious,* his father says. | Florida RB to visit: 1, 2*
• The head of Nebraska's high school association says it's only a partial victory if the Huskers don't abstain from all Friday night games.
• Arkansas State will bring a salty defensive line to Lincoln.
• Athlon's national QB rankings have Tanner Lee in the middle of the pack.
• Jeremy Pernell previews the quarterbacks and says the Huskers have the most talent at the position since 1995.
• Husker Dan sees a trip to Indy in store for the 2017 Huskers.
• Columnist Mike Bianchi changes his mind about what he once considered a win-at-all-costs approach toward Lawrence Phillips by Tom Osborne.
• Eight Huskers in the College Football Hall of Fame will posthumously join the ranks of Nebraska players with retired jerseys. | HOF Huskers
• Carlos Davis is eager for his sophomore season after a year of impovement* under D-line coach John Parrella.
• Mike Riley says his recent face time with two rap giants* wasn't about scoring publicity points.
• Jeremiah Stovall was playing intramurals two years ago, but he could soon see the field* as a Husker cornerback. | Jackson's swagger back
• Brandon Reilly knows the stakes will be high for him in the Buffalo Bills' preseason game Saturday at Baltimore.
• Cole Conrad hopes his rise to starter at center can inspire other walk-ons.
• Corn Nation looks at how Danny Langsdorf might mitigate the loss of the quarterback run threat.
• Sports Illustrated's Bruce Feldman picks Tanner Lee to be college football's biggest breakout star in 2017.
• Former Husker Neil Smith comes to the aid of a pregnant motorist stalled on a flooded street in a Kansas City suburb.
• Tyjon Lindsey is one of CBS Sports' five Big Ten breakout freshmen.
• Was that a horse collar tackle? Get up to date on the key rule changes.
• Sam McKewon breaks down the Big Ten West* and sees Nebraska tying for second place behind Wisconsin.
• The story of Nebraska's whiff in recruiting Marshall Faulk is retold.
• Mike Riley is college football's coolest coach, says radio host Jim Rome.
• Deontre Thomas' speed and power have the freshman nose tackle contending for immediate playing time. | True frosh standing out
• A 247Sports writer sees Nebraska finishing the season in the top 25.
• Zac Darlington discusses his ever-evolving roles, what he's learning from coach Keith Williams, and life as a Husker.
• De'Mornay Pierson-El will be the Huskers' No. 1 choice to return punts, Mike Riley says after Tuesday's practice. More: Video | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* 4, 5, 6 | OWH recap | Updates
• Tom Osborne enjoyed just two wins but has some good one-liners from his brief NFL career.
• Receiver JD Spielman feels he has improved his game considerably since taking a redshirt a year ago.
• Nebraska will roll out a new captioning program on Sept. 2.
• Bob Diaco's track record in developing players has NFL scouts' attention.
• Former Husker Spencer Long undergoes arthroscopic knee surgery but might not miss any regular-season games.
• As an "import" at kicker, Brett Maher is beating the odds in the CFL.
• From Oregon, an update on the Ducks' fall camp.
• Nebraska commit Bookie Radley-Hiles looks forward to a high-profile game in the first installment of a weekly notebook.
• Hail Varsity analyzes the four top contenders at running back.
• Bob Diaco will get more time* to put his stamp on the Blackshirts than Bo Pelini did in 2003, Tom Shatel writes.
• Redshirt freshman Quayshon Alexander will probably need to make his mark on special teams as he progresses at linebacker.
• Arkansas State defensive back Blaise Taylor has earned bachelor's and master's degrees before the start of his fourth year on campus.
• Which true freshmen* will will play? The OWH looks at the possibilities.
• A ticket to the Ohio State game is the priciest on the Huskers' home schedule on the secondary market.
• The Huskers receive votes but are well outside of the top 25 in the preseason AP poll. | McKewon's ballot*
• Nebraska's passing game is showing promise despite question marks.
• The changes on the Huskers' defensive staff haven't meant a bumpy ride. | Test for Diaco* | Bonded Blackshirts*
• This week in Husker history: A dose of secrecy in Biff Jones' first year.
• Running back Tre Bryant's work ethic has always stood out, his former coaches say. | Week 3 camp recap
• Rex Burkhead and Niles Paul catch TD passes* in NFL preseason play.
• Summer camaraderie on the golf course is spilling onto the football field in the competition at tight end.
• Steve Sipple says Nick Gates' honest self-assessments indicate he's willing to learn from his struggles.
• Nebraska's student managers help keep things running, and they enjoy a few perks along the way.
• Rob Zatechka looks at who might overachieve and underachive in 2017.
• Tom Osborne has praise for Scott Frost during an appearance at Central Florida: He's got the whole package.
• The O-line has a lot on its plate when Mike Cavanaugh hosts a meal.
• Lessons from the gridiron helped a little-known lineman from the Devaney era become a well-known FBI agent.
• Nose tackle Mick Stoltenberg is going through concussion protocol but should return to action Monday. More from Friday's practice: Video | McKewon recap | Notes: 1,* 2,* 3, 4, 5 | Updates
• Brian Brown's printable schedule is now available for downloading.
• Hail Varsity revisits the rainy day in 2015 when it was Tanner Lee vs. Bob Diaco.
• Sports on Earth's Matt Brown says no transfer quarterback faces a more pressure-packed 2017 season than Nebraska's Tanner Lee.
• Adam Carriker has a special message for the HuskerMax community.
• Nebraska's boost in Big Ten money creates spending opportunities.
• See Brandon Reilly's touchdown and Sam Foltz tribute from Thursday night's Buffalo-Philadelphia NFL preseason game.
• Four-star receiver Manuel Allen has decommitted from the Huskers in favor of Louisville.* | 2018 class
• Tyjon Lindsey and JD Spielman are making their cases to become key contributors* at wide receiver.* | Tight end renaissance
• Five-star DE Micah Parsons and four-star receiver Tommy Bush will visit Nebraska for the Wisconsin game.
• Cole Conrad has won the starting spot at center,* O-line coach Mike Cavanaugh says. More from Thursday's practice: Videos | Notes: 1, 2,* 3, 4, 5,* 6,* 7* | McKewon recap | Sipple's takes* | Updates | Photos: 1, 2,* 3
• Assistant coach Donté Williams says Nebraska has the potential to be a monster* in recruiting. | 500-mile targets* | 10-win factor
• Bob Diaco's coaching from the press box* will represent a break from the practice of Husker defensive coordinators of the past few decades.
• Defensive end Freedom Akinmoladun understands his role: Terrorize the quarterback. And stop the run.
• The newest Huskers from Florida are getting noticed on the practice field. | Bootle on the rise: 1, 2,* 3*
• An NFL scout says there's no need for cornerback Chris Jones to rush the big decision he'll face. | No limp or brace*
• See how Nebraska's sellout streak compares with those in other sports.
• Hail Varsity looks back at Tom Osborne's high school and college playing days in Hastings.
• Check out the BTN analysts' impressions and more videos from Tuesday's practice. | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* 4, 5, 6, 7* | More from BTN: DiNardo, Dienhart, Fun takes, Coverage tutorial | The young LBs | Photos
• Offensive tackle David Knevel has worked to improve his durability after an injury-plagued junior year.
• Sports on Earth previews the Big Ten and has Nebraska finishing tied for third in the West.
• Junior Mikale Wilbon* is making a strong case for being the go-to guy at running back.
• Wide receiver commit Joshua Moore says it's now official that he'll compete in both football and track at Nebraska.
• Husker Dan gets caught up on some of his emails from readers.
• Frank Broyles, whose Missouri and Arkansas teams handed Nebraska narrow defeats in his only two games against the Huskers, has died at age 92.
• The offensive line tops Tom Dienhart's list of five things he'll be watching when the BTN crew visits Nebraska's practice Tuesday.
• Former Husker Ralph Brown made the transition to a 3-4 defense in the NFL, and he's excited about how the scheme might help Nebraska.
• A former Oklahoma writer runs down the current differences between the Sooners and the Huskers.
• Acupuncture has become part of Ndamukong Suh's recovery regimen.
• Don't look for Nebraska to join the ranks of schools with university-owned planes at coaches' disposal.
• Some questions have been cleared up but others remain unanswered after two weeks of fall camp.
• Five Athlon writers give their game-by-game predictions for Nebraska and have the Huskers finishing anywhere from 9-3 to 6-6.
• Poll question: Will it be a breakout year for linebacker Alex Davis?
• Athletic director Shawn Eichorst has a vision* for putting Nebraska's new Big Ten and Adidas money to use.
• Mohamed Barry feels ready for serious playing time* after his move to inside linebacker.
• A large Husker memorabilia collection is being auctioned.
• Sophomore Khalil Davis aims to use his added strength* to land a bigger role on the defensive line.
• This week in Husker history: Devaney on the mend after surgery in 1967.
• The defensive staff's energy* is rubbing off on players.
• Senior Bowl executive Phil Savage elaborates on what makes Tanner Lee an ideal NFL candidate.
• It's shaping up as a big week* in the running backs' competition.
• Mike Riley felt that the O-line took a step forward Saturday.
• Beyond the starters, the Huskers' options on the D-line are still in flux.
• A number of younger players appear ready to step up.
• The latest Husker Doc Talk addresses the injuries affecting the Huskers and an idea for adding interest to fall camp.
• The Athletic Department will provide $5 million in scholarships* to non-athletes starting in the 2018-19 academic year.
• Former Husker offensive tackle Alex Lewis will have shoulder surgery and miss the 2017 NFL season.*
• Justin Prestidge has best- and worst-case scenarios for 2017.
• Nebraska is among the schools using virtual and augmented reality technology for training.
• Wide receiver Todd Honas isn't letting a hearing loss slow him down.
• Carlos Davis' strong performance on the defensive line leads off Sam McKewon's Week 2 roster observations.*
• Former Husker Roy Long, whose playing days were interrupted by service in World War II, is receiving an honorary doctorate at age 95.
• Jerry Palm predicts a Nebraska-Georgia Outback Bowl matchup.
• Jack Hoffman's touchdown tops ESPN.com's top viral moments of the past 10 years in college football. | Team Jack
• Husker D-line commit Masry Mapieu says he is quicker and trimmer after a productive offseason of conditioning.
• Wisconsin loses linebacker Jack Cichy for the season due to injury.
• Former Nebraska athletic director Steve Pederson has written a novel about a fictional corrupt football coach.*
• The university will pay Lincoln more than $50,000* for the gameday work of city police officers.
• Sophomore outside linebacker Alex Davis knows he has a chance to shine* in the new defensive system.
• A lack of game experience* by the backups doesnt mean a lack of options for Nebraska on the defensive line.
• Trent Bray's decision to stay put shows that the Diaco Effect* isn't limited to players, Tom Shatel writes.
• Former defensive coordinator Charlie McBride* will be roasted at an Oct. 5th fundraising event in Omaha.
• Authorities in Florida have dropped* Antonio Reed's marijuana charge after he completed terms of his deferred prosecution agreement.
• Enter to win tickets and lodging for the Ohio State game in a drawing that benefits the Oklahoma Cornhusker Club Scholarship Fund.
• Scheme or skill? Hail Varsity examines the metrics of big plays.
• There's youth and new energy on the defensive coaching staff.
• Jermarcus Hardrick takes nothing for granted despite his rise to fan-favorite status with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. | CFL update
• Players seem happy with the new routine of morning practices.
• Willie Taggart is scrapping Oregon's aggressive use of two-point tries.
• Don Bloom,* a captain for the 1950 Huskers, has died at age 88.
• A Sporting News writer says a lot is riding on Tanner Lee's performance.
• Tom Osborne says he's pulling for Shawn Eichorst but won't look over the athletic director's shoulder.
• Football newcomer and former Navy SEAL Damian Jackson is motivating his teammates in his own way.*
• Defensive players and coaches are upbeat about how the new 3-4 scheme is progressing, but Bob Diaco cautions that there's still a long way to go. More from Tuesday's practice: Videos | Notes: 1, 2, 3,* 4,* 5, 6, 7, 8* | OWH recap | Updates
• The Huskers are ranked 35th by CBSSports.com.
• Depth and talent at linebacker will be key in the 3-4 defense.
• Former Husker receiver Quincy Enunwa's neck injury is expected to sideline him for the entire NFL season.
• Wide receiver Cameron Brown commits once again to the Huskers. | Commitment video & highlights | 2018 class | Air Nebraska?* | Discuss
• Heeding today's sports analytics in early 1984 might have changed Tom Osborne's legacy.
• There's still no clear leader for the Husker at running back.*
• Husker Dan touches on a range of subjects in his Big Red Notebook.
• USA Today predicts an 8-4 season for the Huskers.
• Young guys speaking up* are part of a culture change on the team that has more players communicating, Sam McKewon writes.
• Enter for a chance to win ticket/lodging packages for the Wisconsin and Ohio State games in Californians for Nebraska's fundraising drawings.
• Stanley Morgan is determined to deliver with the big play.*
• This week in Husker history: A century ago, Nebraska's coach mends fences with boosters in Beatrice.
• The OWH's Tom Shatel shares his top memories from 40 years* of covering college football.
• Former Husker receiver Quincy Enunwa suffers a neck injury during practice with the New York Jets.
• Here are videos, notes (1, 2, 3,* 4,* 5, 6,* 7) and updates from Saturday's scrimmage, described by Mike Rilay as a mixed bag. | OWH recap
• Nearly a week into fall camp, Sam McKewon offers a slew of roster observations.*
• A reminder: NET's new Tom Osborne documentary airs for the first time Sunday night and will be viewable online.
• The Green Bay Packers' Davante Adams says his workouts with Husker receivers coach Keith Williams help him keep his edge.
• Wide receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. says he has learned* from his now-dismissed marijuana case* in Florida. More from Thursday's practice: Video | A crowd at running back: 1, 2 | Lindsey impressing: 1, 2 | O-line's challenge: 1, 2, 3* | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* 4, 5, 6,* 7, 8, 9* | OWH recap | Updates | Photos: 1, 2,* 3,* 4
• Nebraska is unranked in the preseason coaches' top 25 but is the equivalent of No. 36 in the poll's point tally. | Snubbed? | Discuss
• Husker Doc Talk discusses the developments on defense, with a guest appearance by HuskerMax's David Max.
• Tanner Lee is No. 7 in Athlon's ranking of Big Ten quarterbacks.
• He can recruit with the best of them, but now Donté Williams' coaching ability is being put to the test.*
• The player-safety movement isn't soft, it's smart,* Tom Shatel writes.
• Steve Sipple says improved blocking on punt returns* could pay big dividends for the Huskers and assistant Scott Booker.
• The defensive secondary is looking forward after a tough July. | Young cornerbacks' opportunity: 1, 2,* 3
• The memory of Sam Foltz drives wide receiver Brandon Reilly as he vies for a roster spot with the Buffalo Bills.
• Three days into camp, Bob Diaco sees total buy-in* from the defense.
• Sophomore cornerback Lamar Jackson is determined to prove last year's struggles* with his play and his attitude were not what he's all about.
• Medical school remains on Spencer Long's radar, but for now the former Husker is focused on his starting job with the Redskins.
• Husker Dan offers up a Husker fan's prayer.
• See excerpts and related features as NET gets set to air a special production, Tom Osborne: A Legacy Beyond the Game.
• Defensive coordinator Bob Diaco says Joshua Kalu has a chance to be one of the nation's best* at safety.* More from Tuesday's practice: Video | McKewon recap | Updates | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* 4, 5 | Defensive improvement | Practice schedule
• Big Ten coaches talk anonymously with Athlon about their opponents.
• Arkansas State loses a senior linebacker to suspension.