• As a summer dead period* arrives, the OWH takes stock of two lively months on the Husker recruiting front. | Latest offers*
• ABC news in L.A. has a story on Taylor Martinez and his Journey app.
• KETV poses a few questions about Mike Riley's first season.
• Jordan Westerkamp and DeMornay Pierson-El make Scout's top 10 Big Ten receivers, and Pierson-El makes Athlon's All-Sophomore team.
• Should Nebraska dump Adidas? Dave Feit is ready for a change.
• In a Q&A with the OWH, Tom Osborne discusses the playoff committee's work, the demands of coaching and 1985's tough home opener.
• Jeremiah Sirles explains why his first NFL start was much more nerve-wracking than his first start at Nebraska.
• A batch of player profiles: Lavan Alston, Stanley Morgan,* Joe Keels, Byerson Cockrell.
• Former Husker Charley Toogood posthumously enters a California hall of fame in honor of his high school coaching career.
• Derek Johnson wonders whether earlier attention by Mike Riley could have prevented Jared Bubak's decommitment.
• The OWH begins its 60-player Husker Camp Countdown.*
• The Davis twins' choice of Nebraska is named the Kansas City Star's No. 5 prep sports story of 2014-15.
• Mark Banker discussses what's brewing on defense* in this Q&A.
• The Big Ten could use a better showing* in its nonconference games* than last year, and big opportunities await in Week 1.
• Tight end Jared Bubak of Lincoln Christian,* the first member of NU's 2016 recruiting class, has decommitted.* | 2016 class | Discuss
• Nebraska slips from a six-point favorite to four against BYU.
• Prince Amukamara is HuskerOnline's top Nebraska cornerback of the post-2001 era.
• Hear Mike Riley discuss the BYU game and much more on Provo radio.
• The commit parade continues as JoJo Domann, a linebacker* from Colorado, announces he'll be a Husker.* | Highlights | 2016 class
• Mark Banker explains his outside-in approach to adding speed and athleticisim to the defense.
• Athlon Sports says Nebraska's chances of winning the Big Ten West hinge on Tommy Armstrong's adaptation to the new offense.
• More post-2001 player rankings: Linebacker | Defensive tackle
• Dave Feit shoots down a suggestion that Nebraska might be ripe for a return to the Big 12.
• Greg Simmons, an inside linebacker from Florida* commits to the Huskers.* | Highlights | Bray on a roll* | 2016 class
• Quarterback Johnny Stanton is transferring, and receiver Glenn Irons* is off the team, according to a statement* from coach Mike Riley.
• Fourth-year junior Taylor Gadbois, a potential starter at offensive tackle for Miami, is kicked off the team. | Miami preview
• Poll question: Will DeMornay Pierson-El be a first-team All-American?
• HuskerOnline looks at how two-quarterback recruiting classes have played out since 1997 at Nebraska.
• BYU quarterback Taysom Hill is already stoked for the Nebraska game. More from BYU's media day: Toned-down hype | Pivotal September
• Jack Stoll, a tight end from Colorado, has committed* to the Huskers. | Highlights | Colorado reports: 1, 2 | 2016 class
• Ameer Abdullah's game-winning TD against McNeese is up for an ESPY for best play. Vote here. | Video
• Good football instincts* can be the ticket to early playing time under defensive coordinator Mark Banker.
• Hail Varsity previews Iowa and sees no breakthrough in 2015.
• HuskerOnline ranks the top post-2001 Huskers at defensive end and offensive tackle.
• Lavonte David aims to put an end* to Tampa Bay's losing ways.
• The first 500 who register for July's Uplifting Athletes Road Race will be able to attend the Huskers' Aug. 15th scrimmage. | HuskerMax team
• Husker QB commit Terry Wilson discusses his plans to visit Oregon.
• Athlon Sports names De'Mornay Pierson-El a first-team preseason All-American as a punt returner and fourth-teamer as a receiver, and Maliek Collins is a third-teamer at defensive tackle.
• The new staff gets it* when it comes to recruiting, Sam McKewon writes in his latest recruiting update. | Future camps* | Latest offers*
• Player profiles: Defensive veteran Nate Gerry and newcomer Alex Davis.
• Former Huskers pitch in at Will Compton's youth football camp.* | Video
• The stock of the Huskers' quarterback commits continues to rise as ESPN gives Terry Wilson an upgrade* to four stars.* | 2016 class
• Hail Varsity previews Michigan State and Rutgers.
• John Garrison, Spencer Long and Matt Slauson top HuskerOnline's rankings of post-2001 Nebraska centers and offensive guards.
• Being in the military and observing Nebraska football were two influences that helped shape Husker hall-of-fame sprinter Charlie Greene.
• Nebraska is unranked in ESPN's three-year Future Power Rankings.
• Mike Riley's staff has California connections* that it continues to use after the move from Corvallis to Lincoln.
• Nate Gerry is No. 32 in a Cleveland paper's ranking of Big Ten players.
• Jeremy Pernell says the Husker staff's satellite camp tour was a long, demanding week that accomplished its goal. | HuskerOnline recap
• Husker kicker Spencer Lindsay is raising money for cancer research* in his brother's memory.
• Who'll be the top quarterback in the Big Ten West? Sam McKewon crunches some numbers and sees a five-way race.
• The houses of Bo Pelini and other former Husker coaches are sold.
• Patrick O'Brien's burst of recognition follows years of hard work.
• Quayshon Alexander, a linebacker and defensive end* from New Jersey, commits to the Huskers.* | Highlights | 2016 commits | Discuss
• Can Mike Riley make Nebraska football great again? Athlon Sports looks at the new coach's task.
• Hail Varsity sees improvement ahead for opponent No. 9, Purdue.
• HuskerOnline has photos and a video recap of Thursday's satellite camp in Dallas, which featured Husker QB commit Terry Wilson,* and Big Red Report catches up with NU target Noah Fant in Oregon. | Observations
• Mohamed Barry, an incoming linebacker whose academic eligibility was a question mark, has been admitted* to the university.
• A Miami perspective on satellite camps: Equalizer or imbalance creator?
• Jersey numbers are assigned to the newcomers.*
• Alex Lewis aims to bring back the toughness and strong will* of the Nebraska offensive lines of old.
• Matt Herian and Kenny Bell lead HuskerOnline's rankings of post-2001 Nebraska tight ends and wide receivers.
• Ameer Abdullah is taking nothing for granted even though he was the Detroit Lions' second-round draft pick.
• A CBSSports.com writer sees nine wins as a tall order for the 2015 Huskers. | Review of preview mags
• FBS conference commissioners table a proposed early signing period for college football and will reconsider it a year from now.
• Enter for a chance to win two season tickets for 2015 in a Catholic Social Services raffle.
• Hail Varsity previews Minnesota and Northwestern, while Corn Nation does likewise with South Alabama.
• Former Husker Richie Incognito intends to make the most of his fresh start with the Buffalo Bills.
• Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests: Tim Wurth and Dan Steiner.
• Poll question: How would an early signing period affect Husker recruiting?
• Rugby has enhanced the football skills of tight end Matt Snyder.*
• The Omaha City Council OKs the Johnny Rodgers street renaming.
• News from the satellite camps: Tuesday recap | Miami gallery | Mark Banker interview | Latest offers*
• The newly available season tickets are almost all gone already.
• Zac Taylor and Ameer Abdullah top HuskerOnline's rankings of the post-2001 Husker quarterbacks and running backs.
• See the university's promotional video for season ticket sales -- plus something unrelated that just might pump you up.
• Get out your reading glasses for Phil Steele's preview of Nebraska, which he ranks 26th in the nation with a 7-1 conference record.
• Opponent previews from Hail Varsity: Southern Miss, Illinois, Wisconsin.
• Here are two batches of photos from day one of Nebraska's satellite camp week. | Riley video | Video recap | Tuesday preview
• Sam McKewon says an early signing period* will only make matters worse for Nebraska and other northern schools. | O'Brien shines*
• Four-star safety Marquel Dismuke from California* commits to the Huskers.* | Highlights | 2016 class
• Season tickets are available because of a Big Ten policy change* cutting the allotment for visiting teams. | Sales update* | Shatel commentary*
• A stretch of Burt Street in Omaha will be named after Johnny Rodgers* if the City Council approves.
• Former Husker Drake Martinez is giving Michigan State added depth at linebacker,* a position of need at Nebraska.
• It's satellite camp week for the Nebraska staff, starting Monday in Atlanta. HuskerOnline has a preview podcast here. | Stoll recaps visit
• Lee Barfknecht makes a case for naming Tommie Frazier* to the Football Writers Association's modern-era All-America team.
• Ndamukong Suh* fields fans' questions at a College World Series-related event in Omaha.
• Ashland-Greenwood defensive end Ben Stille has committed* to the Huskers, becoming the second in-state pledge* for 2016. | Highlights
• Tommy Armstrong tops an LJS list of indispensable Huskers for 2015.
• Ben Stille and other in-state linemen* shine at the second edition of Nebraska's Friday Night Lights camp. | Photos
• Mike Riley salutes Husker fans' passion and says he's already working on the script for the first day of fall practice.
• The BYU game gets a national ABC telecast and a 2:30 p.m. CDT start.
• Recent developments seem to confirm Mike Riley knows quarterbacking.*
• Athlon Sports names Maliek Collins and De'Mornay Pierson-El to its first-team preseason All-Big Ten squad.
• Scott Frost and Oregon are pursuing Husker QB commit Terry Wilson.*
• Safety LeRoy Alexander and receiver Jariah Tolbert will transfer, and linebacker David Santos won't be with the team this fall.* | Discuss
• The OWH looks back on the fifth anniversary* of the announcement of Nebraska's move to the Big Ten. | Winners & losers | HMax archive
• Hail Varsity previews Miami and examines the Canes' puzzling struggles.
• Husker QB commit Patrick O'Brien advances to the Elite 11 finals.
• Now a team captain, senior left tackle Alex Lewis has made the most of his second chance.* | O-line chemistry*
• Ameer Abdullah fields Detroit fans' questions in this video.
• Four-star defensive back Marquel Dismuke,* who received a Husker offer in late May, decommits from Cal. | Latest offers*
• Corn Nation previews the Huskers' first opponent, BYU.
• Taylor Martinez is launching a social networking app for people battling mental and physical challenges. | His caring side*
• Forbes ranks Ndamukong Suh as the world's 16th highest-paid athlete.
• Mike Riley is No. 40 in an Athlon ranking of college coaches.
• South Alabama is a football newbie that has made a quick imprint.
• OKC's Berry Tramel lists the 10 best rivalries created by conference realignment, and two involve Nebraska.
• Linebacker prospect JoJo Domann of Colorado Springs talks about his interest in the Huskers in an interview with Jeremy Pernell.
• The full slate of 2015-16 bowl games is released.
• Opening foe BYU has thrived without highly rated recruiting classes.
• At age 15, Beatrice tight end Cameron Jurgens* might be the youngest in-state prospect to ever receive a Nebraska offer.
• Linebacker prospect Greg Simmons* decommits from Miami after his game-changer weekend visit to Lincoln.
• Ron Douglas,* a Husker halfback and punter from the mid-1930s, dies at age 100.* | October feature | Photos*
• Mike Riley makes NFL.com's list of NFL-ready college coaches.
• Scout.com's national recruiting analyst says Husker quarterback commit Patrick O'Brien deserves a spot in the Elite 11 finals.
• DaiShon Neal has added weight* in hopes of getting playing time at defensive end as a true freshman.
• NFL.com's list of hot coordinators has Danny Langsdorf at No. 8 and Scott Frost at No. 1.
• Steep ticket fees make a longtime fan decide to stay home. | Discuss
• Finding the right rhythm and fit* for Tommy Armstrong will be Mike Riley's big challenge this season, Steve Sipple writes.
• Linebacker prospect Koby Quansah from Connecticut discusses his recruitment with Jeremy Pernell. | Offer for Jurgens*
• Husker walk-on receiver Conor Young has a big day at the Shrine Bowl.
• Quarterback commit Terry Wilson* isn't one to flinch at challenges.
• Strength coach Mark Philipp's passion* has helped ease the transition for players under the new staff.
• The Nebraska Bookstore, a popular game-day destination, is closing.
• See these two videos of Mike Riley's announcement of the team captains and comments from the six honorees.
• ESPN.com sees Oct. 10-24 as a key stretch for the Huskers.
• The staff has high hopes for its first Big Red Weekend.*
• Ameer Abdullah and soccer's Samantha Areman are named Big Ten Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winners.
• Six team captains are named* for 2015*: Lewis, Armstrong, Westerkamp, Gangwish, Collins and Gerry. | Discuss
• Former Husker O-lineman Spencer Long says complacency won't be an issue after his rise with the Washington Redskins.
• The Dallas paper takes a Throwback Thursday look at local prep legend and former Husker Rex Burkhead.
• Athlon Sports rolls out its Big Ten predictions for 2015.*
• It'll be a quick change* for Omaha North's Michael Decker from Shrine Bowl weekend to life as a Husker.
• The OWH has a Q&A with Lee Corso* about College GameDay, his coaching career, and his time as Burt Reynolds' college roommate.
• Rex Burkhead puts in work at wide receiver with the Bengals.
• More trouble* for former Husker Scott Strasburger: Two hit-and-run accidents* while allegedly driving impaired with a child.
• Former Husker assistant George Darlington* details the twice-a-month letters he receives from Lawrence Phillips. | Contacts with Osborne
• Milt Tenopir* shares his expertise at Nebraska's "big man" camp.
• Incoming Husker signees Michael Decker and DaiShon Neal are in the thick of Shrine Bowl practices this week.
• The OWH wraps up the latest recruiting* news. | Fant eyeing Oregon
• Zach Wiegert and Eric Crouch are on the newly released ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame. | HOF Huskers | Bios: Wiegert, Crouch
• Lawrence Phillips' letters from prison: This place is a jungle.
• Who are the most powerful media people who cover Husker athletics? A survey by No Coast Bias comes up with a top seven.
• Derek Johnson says storming the field or the court isn't worth the risks.
• Sam McKewon says there are reasons not to sweat* about the recruiting ratings of Husker running back commit Aphonso Thomas.
• Mark Philipp* loves his job as strength coach: I don't consider it work.
• Incoming linebacker Mohamed Barry won't arrive* in Lincoln until July.*
• DeMornay Pierson-El makes Phil Steele's first-team preseason All-America team, but no other Huskers* make first-team all-Big Ten.
week month in Husker history: Nebraska decides to move to the Big Ten — 20 years after Bob Devaney explored the same idea.
• South Dakota State's relentless recruiting in Nebraska could be putting a dent in the Huskers' walk-on program.