The Huskers aren’t getting much juice for the amount of squeezing they’re doing. Translation: They're moving the ball but not capitalizing.
No Nebraska football media availability Wednesday, but we've got a full notebook, beginning with Teddy Prochazka, the tight end.
Instead of entering the transfer portal, the third-year running back took his coach's words as a challenge. Now, he's the latest to start.
Steven M. Sipple and Parker Gabriel discuss the four most interesting Nebraska football topics Tuesday at Memorial Stadium.
Omar Manning wants to share his story. The challenges were always there, but he says seeking help when he arrived at NU was "major."
Nebraska's Austin Allen says Scott Frost is coaching with a harder edge of late. "It's kind of what we need. We need a disciplinary guy."
Nebraska's "twin towers" at tight end figure to be on the field at the same time a lot moving forward — just in time for the Big Ten gantlet.
Notes from Nebraska's media availability Monday include Ervin's grim injury outlook, Frost on Jurgen's penalties and kicking woes.
Nebraska's defense has played well this season, for the most part. But Scott Frost needs much more from another program staple -- the Pipeline.
If a single sequence illustrated the counterbalancing progress and frustration on offense, it would be NU’s first possession of the fourth quarter.
Viewpoints on Oklahoma's seven-point win over Nebraska on Saturday, including trips to the Sooners' locker room and Twitter.
The Huskers went toe-to-toe with the Sooners, but Nebraska's kicking problems, penalties and offensive inconsistency cropped up in a major way.
Nobody can question Nebraska's fight. You've seen tangible progress in the program the past three games. But can NU stop getting in its own way?
The numbers say Nebraska did things not many defenses have been able to do to the Sooners since Lincoln Riley took over at OU in 2017.
The turning point, game balls and quotable quotes: Parker Gabriel offers some extra points from the Huskers' 23-16 loss at Oklahoma.
The expletives surely flew from couches across the state as the Huskers once again shot off an entire foot with kicking game blunders.
In 2019, Scott Frost said he’d never coached anybody that looked like Omar Manning. On Saturday, we got to see what the coach meant.
The Sooners popped a big play Saturday. But it wasn't the offense. No, it was a blocked extra point and subsequent return with a steal-your-mojo play.
Here's our deep dive into the stats — a look at some areas of focus coming into the game and how they played out in a loss to the Sooners.
Dominic Raiola was in Oklahoma to join his QB son on a visit. But it gave NU's former Rimington Award winner a chance to see a rivalry renewed.
Wide receivers Omar Manning and Zavier Betts and tight ends Austin Allen and Travis Vokolek are all part of Nebraska's roughly 85-man travel roster.
The Huskers are more than three-touchdown underdogs, but they aren't wild about playing the nobody-believes-in-us tune. In fact, they're excited.
Time to level up. Parker Gabriel takes a closer look at how the Huskers and Sooners line up: Storylines, keys, head-turning stats, predictions.