• Offensive tackle Alex Lewis goes in the fourth round of the NFL draft to Baltimore, and Denver uses the first pick* of the sixth round to take fullback Andy Janovich, bringing the Huskers' weekend total to four.* | Discuss | Husker draft history
• The third round's a charm as the Cowboys select Maliek Collins and Vincent Valentine goes to the Patriots in the NFL draft. More: 1,* 2,* 3
• Now it's the defense's turn as the unveiling of Nebraska's All-NFL Draft team is completed. | Husker draft history
• Part of Billy Devaney's role is getting the coaching and recruiting arms of the program speaking the same language. | Recent offers*
• Actor/comedian Adam DeVine gets a tour of Memorial Stadium and even gets to return a punt.
• Sam McKewon doesn't see satellite camps* surviving in current form, and Mike Riley is scaling back* his original plans for this summer's events.
• Oregon has issues to address on both sides of the ball* as it tries to return to its recent heights.
• Saturday's Legends Radio guests: Jamel Williams & Michael Booker.
• See the 11 first-rounders who make up Huskers.com's Nebraska offensive All-NFL Draft team. | Husker draft history
• The Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame is naming its football exhibit hall in honor of Tom Osborne.
• Poll question: What is Nebraska's barometer game for 2016?
• The opener against Fresno State will be in prime time on BTN.
• Waiting for that call during the NFL draft isn't easy, as several former Huskers can attest. | Lewis' stock rising*
• Jeremy Pernell runs down his top 100 prospects for the NFL draft.
• Andy Janovich has a chance to become NU's 24th walk-on NFL draftee.*
• Athlon Sports has Nebraska's John Parrella on its list of top 10 assistant coach hires in the Big Ten for 2016.
• What will be the barometer game of 2016? Media members weigh in.
• A Nebraska-vs.-Michigan recruiting battle* will be settled Saturday when defensive tackle Deontre Thomas makes his pick. | Banker on recruiting*
• Jeremy Pernell's scouting report pegs Vincent Valentine as a sixth-round pick in the NFL draft.
• He sat out spring ball, but Mick Stoltenberg* will be a key piece of the defensive line come autumn.
• Tight end signee David Engelhaupt* has the tools, if not the experience at the position, that the Husker staff wants.
• The LJS looks at Husker streaks and trends* in the NFL draft.
• Sad news out of Lincoln: Joe Blahak, the defensive back* who started on Nebraska's national championship teams of 1970 and 1971, has died at age 65.* | 2004 HMax interview | York commentary
• Jeremy Pernell's scouting report sees defensive tackle Maliek Collins going in the third through fifth rounds of the NFL draft.
• HuskerOnline takes stock of the quarterbacking after spring ball.
• Hail Varsity recaps the spring games at Wyoming, Wisconsin and Iowa.
• Poll question: Will Drew Brown be Nebraska's next NFL kicker?
• Tight end commit Austin Allen uses his basketball skills to great advantage on the football field, says his high school coach.
• The Athletic Department is hiring game support personnel for this fall. Find out more here.
• Nebraska is runner-up for CBSSports.com's Punter U honors.
• Getting tougher was a priority this spring for 0-lineman Christian Gaylord.
• This week in Husker history: A Nebraska-Doane practice game serves as a trial run for the forward pass and other facets of football's new rules.
• The OWH takes a capsule look at each Big Ten West team.*
• CBSSports.com bestows the title of Kicker U on Nebraska.
• Maliek Collins still has hopes of being a first-round draft pick.
• After this recruiting cycle, Rhode Island and Kentucky* are likely to be the only states not to have produced a Husker football player. | Latest offers
• Receivers coach Keith Williams aggressive Twitter presence* has made him the persona of Nebraska recruiting, Sam McKewon writes. | Discuss
• Sam McKewon lists 10 players* who helped their stock this spring.
• The commitment of Avery Roberts* capped more than 14 months of recruiting efforts by linebackers coach Trent Bray.*
• Mitch Sherman says letting Tommy Armstrong run will be a must in 2016.
• Mike Riley says improved footwork* will be continue to be a focus for Tommy Armstrong over the summer.
• Avery Roberts, a linebacker from Delaware with a four-star rating, announces his commitment to the Huskers. | Highlights | McKewon's 5 takes | 2017 class | Discuss
• Hear former Husker Christian Peter talk about old times and a new project (salty language alert).
• Faux Pelini explains the satellite camp issue, and Dan Wetzel sees the National Collegiate Industrial Complex gorging on media-rights riches.
• Throwback Thursday: 99 years before Nebraska fans famously turned Notre Dame's stadium red, another great migration took place.
• Nebraska's missteps and misfortune on the defensive line go back to signing day of 2010.
• I hit that breaking point: Defensive lineman Greg McMullen elaborates on his decision to give up football.*
• Last season's injuries helped build depth* in this year's linebacking corps.
• Former Huskers gathered Sunday to help honor longtime trainer George Sullivan, recipient of the Dick Herman Lifetime Achievement Award.
• Nebraska football's Academic Progress Rate* remains solid despite a slight slippage from the prior year.
• CBSSports.com's mock NFL draft has two Huskers listed.
• A short ABC feature spotlights Todd Honas, the 2016 walk-on who doesn't let a hearing impairment slow him down.
• USA Today examines trends in tackling with input from Mike Riley.
• Get your tickets for Big Red of the Rockies' 20th-anniversary banquet featuring Ahman Green, Adam Carriker and George Darlington.
• Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests: Joel Wilks & Jason Jenkins.
• Mike Riley's staff is proving that winning games is only part of what makes for good recruiting,* Sam McKewon writes. | Recent offers*
• Freshman center Michael Decker* has emerged as a part of the youth movement on the offensive line.
• Meet NU's student-athletes of the year, Shavon Shields & Mattie Fowler.
• The Big Ten and Fox are said to be close to signing a six-year mega-deal involving half of the conference's media-rights package.
• There's a chance the ban on satellite camps will be overturned.
• Tommy Armstrong heads ESPN.com's list of top 10 Huskers for 2016.
• Rugby-style tackling fundamentals are catching on with the Huskers, but there's still progress to be made.
• Nebraska gets what it wanted as the NCAA lets schools pay the way for parents or guardians on recruits' official visits.*
• With satellite camps deep-sixed, the current evaluation period* becomes more crucial for the Husker staff.
• Hear Johnny Rodgers and Roger Sayers discuss old times and a September event to honor fellow Omahan Marlin Briscoe.
• The I-back competition remains a three-man race.*
• The Informer's look back at Tommie Frazier's four seasons continues with the 1992 Washington game.
• Injuries can't keep cornerback Charles Jackson* down.
• ESPN.com's Mitch Sherman sizes up the challenge facing the D-line.
• Numbers-crunching Bill Connelly affirms the 1995 Huskers dominance.
• Poll question: How big is the loss of Greg McMullen to the D-line?
• Sam McKewon says Mike Riley's Huskers are still finding their way.*
• Tad Stryker says underclassmen will have to deliver because of attrition on the offensive and defensive lines.
• And then there was one: Michael Rose-Ivey* is the only defender left from the Huskers' recruiting class of 2012.
• Hear Rob Zatechka's thoughts on the spring game, recruiting and more.
• BTN subscribers can now view the missing fourth quarter online.
• This week in Husker history: Tragedy in 96 and a life-altering hit in 76.
• The Huskers get a commitment from offensive tackle Brenden Jaimes* from Texas.* | Highlights | 2017 class | Saturday recap*
• Greg McMullen is leaving the team, Kevin Williams plans to transfer are confirmed, and Paul Thurston is also likely to depart.
• The defense wins the spring game, 46-41, on an interception on the final play, but fans at home missed it because BTN cut off* its live stream after three quarters. Get all the coverage and commentary on the game page. | Postgame presser | Highlights | Photos
• Nebraska spring games over the years have been a source of quirks and inaccurate foreshadowing.
• The Brook Berringer Citizenship Team reaches a record size 20 years after the death of the former Nebraska quarterback.
• Enter Californians for Nebraska's drawing for a pair of tickets to the Oregon game and two nights at the Courtyard Marriott in Haymarket.
• Help the annual Salute the Troops weekend by taking part in this four-man scramble at Platteview Golf Club in July.
• Members of the media weigh in on the state of Nebraska football in the first of a three-part series.
• Nebraska's four-year recruiting expenses are tops in the Big Ten,
• New in the HuskerMax shop: The 2016 Adidas Sideline items that will be worn Saturday and next fall.
• Marcus Newby's improved consistency* has him on the rise at linebacker.
• Here are photos from Thursday night's Jet Award ceremony, plus audio from earlier in the day. | Nebraska-Oklahoma memories*
• With 60,000 tickets sold for Saturday's game, here's a look at spring game attendance over the years.
• The spring game will have an unconventional offense-vs.-defense format, Mike Riley says. More from Thursday's practice, in which the offense* struggled: Videos & updates | Notes: 1, 2, 3,* 4, 5,* 6* | Photos: 1, 2*
• Austin Allen, the standout tight end from Aurora,* becomes the Huskers' first in-state commitment* for 2017. | Highlights | Discuss | 2017 class
• Sporting News' Bill Bender says there's reason for optimism that Mike Riley can lift Nebraska from spoiler to contender.
• The quest for a better screen game* starts with the offensive line.
• Walk-on tight end Tyler Hoppes* of Lincoln is working to be more than just a feel-good spring story.
• Former NU assistant Tim Beck hopes for a smoother year at Ohio State.
• A satellite camp changed everything for DiCaprio Bootle/
• Johnny Rodgers and Will Shields are among seven former Huskers named to the NU Athletics Hall of Fame. | Photos*
• After bouncing around, Luke McNitt has found a home at fullback.
• If you're going to the spring game, here's what you need to know.
• Shawn Eichorst says he welcomes* the survey of his department ordered by NU President Hank Bounds.
• Defensive tackle Khalil Davis is picking up the finer points of his position as a significant role this fall seems possible.
• Graduate assistant Tavita Thompson's focus is on coaching up the Huskers' tight ends, not on what his next career step might be.
• Mark Banker says it's evident from Saturday's scrimmage that the run defense needs to be shored up. More from Tuesday's practice: Updates & video | Notes: 1, 2, 3,* 4, 5*
• The satellite camp ban continues to reverberate, with Jim Harbaugh sounding off and Jim Delany speaking in more measured tones.*
• Nebraska has made a flurry of recent scholarship offers to defensive players* from Florida.
• Big Ten play was an eye-opener last year for Freedom Akinmoladun.
• Players have adjusted to Mike Riley's new spring practice regimen.
• Nebraska announces the hiring of former Husker Amy Williams to succeed Connie Yori as head coach for women's basketball.
• Sam McKewon says defensive depth is a concern as he offers 12 takes on Husker spring football.
• HuskerMax poll: Do you agree with the ban on satellite camps?
• Steve Sipple says quarterback Tommy Armstrong needs to be a more prominent part of the running game than he was most of last season.
• Congrats to David and Donna Max on 40 years of marriage.
• This week in Husker history: The Varsity scores on a 9-yard pass as time expires to pull out a win against the Alumni in the 1951 spring game.
• His confidence took a hit or two last season, but now Joshua Kalu feels established at cornerback.
• The Huskers scrimmaged for nearly 100 plays Saturday at Memorial Stadium. | Updates and videos | Notes: 1, 2, 3,* 4, 5, 6* | Photos: 1, 2, 3 | Riley on satellite camps: 1, 2, 3 | McMullen on leave
• Junior walk-on Luke McNitt is coming on strong at fullback.
• Nebraska could do without the recent drama, Mitch Sherman writes.
• In a blow to Nebraska's recruiting efforts, the NCAA calls an immediate halt to satellite camps.* | McKewon: Thanks a lot, Harbaugh | Farrell: Hurts badly for Nebraska | Eichorst: Bad call* | Discuss
• Athlon Sports looks at how Nebraska stacks up against the rest of the Big Ten in terms of returning starters.
• Brian Stewart is seeking more consistency from his backup cornerbacks.
• Tommy Armstrong says his teammates were his backbone in the aftermath of his four-interception game against Iowa. | Notes*
• A year has made a big difference for defensive end A.J. Natter, who's "a psycho in the weight room."
• Check out this Day by Day feature on the offense's progress.
• Decades before the Calabasas connection, the Green Bay West connection helped transform Nebraska football. | Recruiting update
• Danny Langsdorf says the offensive line is making progress at becoming a more physical unit. More from Thursday's practice: Videos & updates | Notes: 1, 2, 3, 4,* 5
• John Parrella's blue-collar approach is rubbing off on players.
• The Big Ten takes an early hit for 2016, courtesy of ESPN.
• California QBs* have thrived at NU over the past several decades.
• Trey Foster can't help but like Nebraska's growing focus* on tight ends.
• A hubbub erupts over recognition of records in the weight room* and then is smoothed over. | Discuss
• Linebacker Chris Weber is looking for an edge from a healthy diet.* More from the defensive side of the ball: Young DBs' bond | Notes
• Former QB Zack Darlington is making steady progress as a receiver.
• The spring media guide is available now for viewing and downloading.
• Treatment for a thigh infection is likely to sideline cornerback Chris Jones for the remainder of spring. More updates and video from Tuesday's practice here. | Notes: 1, 2, 3,* 4, 5
• Ex-Husker Eric Martin celebrates the news that he has earned his degree.
• Connie Yori is out after 14 seasons as women's basketball coach.
• Athlon Sports rates Nebraska's schedule as the Big Ten's third-toughest.
• Coaching may be in Ryker Fyfe's future, but for now the quarterback is competing hard to make the team better.
• Check out this "Day by Day" feature on offseason conditioning.
• Tristan Gebbia, the four-star quarterback from California,* has committed to the Huskers. | Highlights | Discuss | McKewon's takes* | 2017 class
• Bruce Read is working for fewer breakdowns* on special teams.
• Steve Sipple explores the question of whether no-tackle spring practices jibe with the Huskers' quest for a stronger running game.
• This week in Husker history: An alumni squad led by Tom Novak has just a week to prepare for the 1951 spring game against the varsity.
• Linebacker Luke Gifford may find his niche in pass coverage.
• When calling games, he checks in to another universe: Enjoy this Kent Pavelka feature from 25 years ago.
• Despite his standout freshman season, wide receiver Stanley Morgan sees plenty of room to improve.
• In a sign of Mike Riley's evolving philosophy, technique work* has taken a back seat to hard hitting this spring. | Notes*
• Saturday's post-practice updates and videos are rolling in. | Notes: 1, 2, 3,* 4, 5, 6, 7 | Observations: 1, 2* | Photos: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
• Seemingly long odds aren't keeping QB Ryker Fyfe from giving it his all.
• The extent of the fullback's role in 2016 will depend on whether someone emerges with that whole package like Andy Janovich.
• It appears that Ne'Land Smith, a wide receiver and son of former Husker standout Neil Smith, will walk on at Nebraska. | Discuss
• Walk-on tight end Tyler Hoppes is earning positive reviews.
• The emphasis on an improved run game will soon be put to the test.