• Randy Gregory* falls out of the first round as he goes unselected* in the first 32 picks of the NFL draft. | Tracker | NU draft history
• Saturday's Legends Radio guests: Ryon Bingham & Troy Watchorn.
• Freshman receiver Jariah Tolbert* is cited by campus police for possession of drug paraphernalia.*
• Athlon ranks Tommy Armstrong as the Big Ten's No. 5 quarterback.
• It's no longer a given* that Randy Gregory's name will be called tonight in the NFL draft's first round, but Sam McKewon still has him projected as the No. 8* pick. | Abdullah interview & photos
• California may become a bigger Husker recruiting lode* under Mike Riley.
• It's too soon to bury the Big Ten West, Mitch Sherman writes.
• Questions remain at linebacker, and HuskerOnline gives the position a C-minus grade for spring. | Right personnel on offense
• Here's a short video interview with Ameer Abdullah at the NFL pre-draft party. Meanwhile, NFL teams are said to have growing doubts about Randy Gregory. | Dry stretches for O-linemen*
• Husker Dan joins fans in saying good-bye to Adrian Fiala.
• Four former Huskers are named to the Hampshire Honor Society.
• NFL draft weekend will bring an anxious wait* for several former Huskers. | Abdullah & Abdullah team up
• Though he's known for his prowess on the gridiron, there's much more to Dave Rimington than football.
• Former Nebraska small-town rivals* Drew Ott and Nathan Bazata are now playing on the same line at Iowa.
• Despite a notable spring game glitch, Nebraska is among the schools favoring helmet transmitters* during games.
• See where Nebraska stands in the Big Ten in recruiting* for 2016.
• Freshman running back Devine Ozigbo has the big frame of a bruiser but says catching the ball* is what he does best.
• A writer revisits the legal troubles of the mid-90s Husker teams.
• Tight end prospect Jack Stoll from Colorado discusses his recruitment and how he might fit into Nebraska's offense.
• Big Ten schools had five of the nation's top eight spring game crowds.
• Mike Riley isn't following his father's footsteps anymore.
• Poll question: Does Ameer Abdullah have a chance to climb into the first round of the NFL draft? | Husker draft history
• The defensive tackles get a spring grade of A from HuskerOnline.
• In a Campus Insiders video mock draft, Ameer Abdullah goes in the first round to the Cowboys not long after the Steelers pick Randy Gregory.
• His football days are done, but Roger Craig hasn't stopped running.
• Steve Sipple says Tommy Armstrong would be wise to once again tap Brett Favre's* expertise this summer.
• Randy Gregory's possible slide in the NFL draft has multiple teams scrambling to do their homework* on him.
• This week in Husker history: Spring practices of the 1960s and 70s continue – and are just getting started in 1905.
• Jamal Turner and DeMornay Pierson-El like their opportunities in the new offense but are aware they must put in the work.*
• The nonconference schedule* has stumbling blocks, including a Miami team that faded* in last season's homestretch. | Iowa at crossroads?*
• Ameer Abdullah is part of an unusually deep class* of running backs in this year's NFL draft.
• Hudl's path to success was helped by the early support of Bill Callahan.
• Incoming freshmen Carlos and Khalil Davis* are adding to their prep legacies in the shot put and discus.
• Analyst Todd McShay lists Ameer Abdullah as the NFL draft's No. 2 playmaker in space.*
• Sam McKewon looks at the growing debate over satellite camps.*
• The Michigan State game on Nov. 7 will be on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2 in prime time. | Schedule analysis*
• As the days until the NFL draft dwindle, give our sortable Husker draft history charts a workout.
• Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests: Jerell Pippens & T.J. Hollowell
• Jeremy Pernell goes over Ameer Abdullah's strengths and weaknesses in this pre-draft scouting report.
• The 1937 NFL draft was truly one for the Husker history books, but it wasn't exactly big news in the local press.
• Milt Tenopir says the staff's maturity will be a plus on game days.
• Randy Gregory is No. 3 in Sports Illustrated's draft rankings and is likened to the Packers' Clay Matthews Jr.
• The wide receivers get a B-plus in HuskerOnline's spring review.
• Former Husker assistant Ron Brown* is set to leave Youngstown State to join Turner Gill at Liberty. | Discuss
• Broadcaster Jack Payne shares memories from his long career in an interview with David Max.
• The stability* of Mike Riley's staffs helped lure defensive secondary coach Brian Stewart to Nebraska.
• Jeremy Pernell sizes up Randy Gregory in this scouting report.
• Draft analyst Todd McShay has Ameer Abdullah on his All-Tape Team.*
• Lincoln is 10th in an Athlon ranking of Big Ten college towns.
• Poll question: Are you buying into the prediction that Randy Gregory will be the top bust of the 2015 NFL draft?
• Ricky Simmons shares his past bad decisions* in order to help others.
• Dave Feit says it's probably too soon for the Nebrasketball panic button.
• The Memorial Stadium statue of Brook Berringer and Tom Osborne continues to move people* in many ways.
• A celebration of life* will take place Thursday in memory of Adrian Fiala, and it is open to the public.
• This week in Husker history: Missouri Valley Conference schools reject a Kansas proposal to replace football with rugby.
• Incoming linebackers Mohamed Barry and Tyrin Ferguson are aiming to contribute immediately.*
• Steve Sipple says it's been a year of regression* for Husker athletics, on track for 10th place in the conference.
• Mike Riley talks about his new job in a Q&A* with Tom Shatel.
• Nineteen years after Brook Berringer's death, the OWH looks back.*
• First- and second-year players are solidly in the mix in the competition in the defensive secondary.*
• Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany fleshes out his plan for freshman ineligibility. | Compelling points | Make it stop
• Players go through a particularly challenging Friday workout.
• Will Randy Gregory be the top bust of the 2015 NFL draft? That's what Pete Fiutak is predicting in this video. | B1G draft schools
• Steve Sipple says quarterback Tommy Armstrong's leadership will be vital during the Huskers' summer workouts.
• A California coroner rules the death of Lawrence Phillips' cellmate a homicide by strangulation.
• Check out the Diehard Tour video from Saturday's spring game and HuskerMax tailgate.
• Athlon Sports analyzes the Big Ten schedules and sees Nebraska competing in a couple of the best games.
• Wide receiver Jamal Turner is eager to resurrect his career after the ups and downs of the last few seasons.
• A juco addition to the 2015 recruiting class on defense is a possibility.
• There was a Big Ten West teleconference Wednesday, with Mike Riley & Jordan Westerkamp representing NU. Reports: 1, 2, 3, 4,* 5,* 6* | Audio
• Saturday's Legends Radio guests: Morgan Gregory & Mickey Joseph.
• SI.com's Andy Staples gauges the level of optimism among Nebraska fans in this video.
• Mark Banker is pleased with the potential* of his defense but also sees question marks. | Banderas' fresh start*
• Dave Feit weighs in on Adrian Fiala and Lawrence Phillips.
• No charges* have yet been filed in the Lawrence Phillips case.
• Former teammates of Adrian Fiala intend to honor him by helping the 15th annual TeamMates Mentors Golf Tournament in Gothenburg.
• Tight end commit Jared Bubak has eyes for Arizona State.*
• The OWH recaps the latest Husker recruiting offers,* which focused on running backs and tight ends.
• Go 2:30 into this segment for Damon Benning's emotional and conflicted thoughts about Lawrence Phillips. | 2005 recap* | Discuss
• Campus Insiders Pete Fiutak says in this video that Mike Riley faces high expectations and needs to win now.
• SI.com says Randy Gregory could be the NFL's next great edge rusher if he lands with the right team and stays focused.
• Terrell Newby is out to prove he's not just a specialty back.
• Poll question: Which would you prefer to see in 2015 at running back, by-committee approach or one-back strategy?
• Adrian Fiala,* former Husker Blackshirt,* baseball player and broadcaster, has died at age 67. | Photos | 2008 profile & gallery
• The South Alabama game will be on BTN in prime time.
• ESPN.com lists some reasons for excitement and some unanswered questions in this Husker spring review.
• An Athlon poll ranks the Nebraska job No. 5 in the Big Ten.
• BTN.com looks at a decade of Huskers in the NFL draft.
• Randy York recaps the spring game and related events.
• Jeremy Pernell analyzes the position battles at the close of spring ball.
• Celebrating the Bobcentennial: Devaney bio & links | First game | Final game | Photos | OWH book excerpts | Musical tribute | Collectibles
• Quarterback Zack Darlington talks about the progress he made this spring and what he still needs to do. | Gung-ho Gangwish*
• Appreciation and confidence* have replaced paranoia and arrogance on the coaching staff, Lee Barfknecht writes. | Des Moines perspective
• USA Today looks at Mike Rileys balancing of change and tradition.
• This week in Husker history: 100 years ago, the birth of Bob Devaney.
• View the Tradition video that led into Saturday's Tunnel Walk.
• Reds 24, Whites 15. More than 76,000 show up to see the 2015 Huskers in their final practice of spring. Look for coverage on the game page. | Postgame video | Highlights | Recap | Stryker commentary
• Mike Riley's first Husker spring game* is likely to be a vanilla affair* that won't reveal much about the new offense, but there's still plenty worth watching today: 1, 2,* 3, 4,* 5,* 6. | Fan guides 1, 2,* 3* | Recruits: 1, 2* | Commentary: Shatel,* Sipple.*
• The latest in the video series on the Husker assistants looks at offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf.
• Thirty-seven players are named to the Brook Berringer Citizenship Team.*
• As defensive tackle Maliek Collins continues to earn high praise,* coach Hank Hughes works to keep him grounded.
• Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests: Wilson Thomas & DeJuan Groce.
• Running back Mikale Wilbon is gaining confidence* as he learns the ins and outs of the position, including pass protection.
• The Daily Nebraskan lists five players to watch in the spring game.
• The spring game looms as a recruiting opportunity, and a number of key prospects are expected to be there.
• Here's a video recap of the final week of spring drills.
• ESPN.com sees Nebraska's Randy Gregory going anywhere from No. 3 to No. 13 in the NFL draft. | Kiper says 13th
• The spring game will feature the use of the helmet cam.
• Husker linebacker Dedrick Young is among the true freshmen to watch in spring ball nationally, according to this 247sports.com video.
• The Huskers' final practice before the spring game is in the books, and Mike Riley discusses what he expects Saturday. | Video | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* 4, 5,* 6* | Updates | Photos: 1, 2, 3* | Spring schedule
• Defensive tackle Maliek Collins says the new defensive scheme means "no more hesitant play."
• Defensive coordinator Mark Banker explains his philosophy in this video.
• In a Q&A with BTN, Mike Riley discusses the expectations of the job and says the players are coachable and not prima donna guys.
• Nearly 65,000 spring game tickets have been sold, and buying online is recommended for fans who've yet to purchase theirs. | Gameday info
• Defensive backs have been the focus of the latest recruiting offers.*
• Johnny Rodgers was going to be a USC Trojan – until he met Bob Devaney. Video here.
• Redshirt freshman O-lineman Jerald Foster sets his sights on playing time* at left guard. | The battle at center
• The latest medical news is positive from Team Jack.
• Get to know special-teams coordinator Bruce Read in this video.
• Former Husker quarterback Taylor Martinez talks about his foot injury and much more in an interview with Corn Nation.
• The BTN crew for Saturday's spring game telecast: Eric Collins, Damon Benning & Larry Punteney.
• Freedom Akinmoladun* has beefed up* and remains hungry for knowledge about his defensive end position.
• Here are some notes (1, 2, 3, 4,* 5*), video and updates from Monday's practice. | Spring schedule
• Richie Incognito is ready for a fresh start in Buffalo after a humbling year and a half away from football.
• Two juco defensive players will be among the spring game visitors.
• Poll question: Which unit are you more excited to watch during the spring game, offense or defense?
• Graham Nabity is emerging as one of the surprises of spring drills.
• Steve Sipple's plea: Save the Big Red Breakfasts.*
• Jamal Turner sees the new offense* as a new opportunity.
• Sam McKewon says the performance of the backup linemen* will be worth focusing on in the spring game. | Depth at defensive tackle*
• This week in Husker history: The first official spring game, 1950.
• Former Husker Keyuo Craver says his position coach for one season in the NFL, Mike Riley, had a way of keeping him focused.*
• Former Huskers Danny Noonan, Russ Hochstein and Calvin Jones are selected for the Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame.
• Boosters* are liking what they're seeing so far in Mike Riley.
• Tight end Cethan Carter* needs foot surgery and is out for the rest of spring. More from Saturday's practice: Notes: 1, 2,* 3, 4*, 5,* 6* | Video | Photos: 1, 2, 3* | Updates | Spring schedule
• Watch former Texas coach Mack Brown's session with the media, in which he has high praise for Mike Riley.*
• Tommy Armstrong says the week off was a plus, physically and mentally.
• It took time for Mark Banker to gain Nate Gerry's trust.*
• Walk-on linebacker Brody Cleveland* thrives on contact.
• Nebraska's wide receivers appear to have an exceptional mentor in assistant coach Keith Williams,* Steve Sipple writes.
• Watch Scott Voorhees perform his spoof I Miss Bo at the Omaha Press Club show.
• Here are a few images from Friday's practice, which had no media access.
• Get to know secondary coach Brian Stewart: Just being around that whole Blackshirt mystique is exciting to me.
• View the week 3 recap of the Huskers' spring drills.
• Mack Brown says quarterbacks will be key to Mike Riley's success at NU.
• Athlon analyzes the Huskers' 2015 schedule game by game.
• Running backs coach Reggie Davis explains his approach in this video and says his NFL experience is like a coaching Ph.D.
• Mike Riley discusses the move to Lincoln in an interview on Oregon radio.
• Mark Banker says he's excited to see how his defensive system translates to the Big Ten.
• Center Ryne Reeves has had to be patient* this spring as his knee heals.
• The DieHard Tour film crew will be in Lincoln for the spring game and the HuskerMax tailgate.
• Details of the Big Red football camps June 1-12 are announced.
• Wide receiver Jamal Turner is back on the field after a torn Achilles tendon* had him considering giving up the game.
• A good feel for the screen game* will be essential for the running backs, and Terrell Newby seems to have it. | Notes: 1,* 2
• Blitz pickups are among the challenges facing the offensive line.
• Poll question: Will AJ Bush work his way into the top three on the quarterback depth chart?
• Hear Jay Foreman's thoughts on the defense, plus what his advice would be for Randy Gregory.
• Chris Jones and the other younger cornerbacks* like Joshua Kalu and Trai Mosley aren't conceding to the veterans at the position.
• Danny Langsdorf says he's seeing an improved comfort level from the quartersbacks. More from Wednesday's practice: Notes1, 2, 3,* 4,* 5* | Videos | Photos: 1, 2* | Updates
• NYC Huskers' Taste of Nebraska is set for April 18th.
• Nebraska wins ESPN.com's balloting for best Big Ten game-day setting.
• Mike Riley is No. 48 in CBSSports.com's ranking of Power Five coaches.
• Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests: Joe Walker & DeJuan Groce.
• There's potential in the defensive trenches* in the form of Freedom Akinmoladun and Mick Stoltenberg.
• Husker Dan strikes up the band with a Spring Game song.
• Johnny Rodgers says Omaha* is the best place to host the Jet Award but that he's received inquiries from Atlanta and Las Vegas.