Former Nebraska receiver Wan’Dale Robinson is transferring to the school where he originally committed in high school — Kentucky.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Terry Wilson threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to C.J. Conrad on the final play to give No. 12 Kentucky a 1514 victory over M…
All year round, Adam Carriker is taking the pulse of Husker Nation. In Wednesday's episode, Carriker is joined by NU volleyball coach John Cook to preview the Huskers' match against Penn State in the NCAA tournament final four.
All year round, Adam Carriker is taking the pulse of Husker Nation. In Tuesday's episode, Carriker talks about a busy Sunday in Nebraska recruiting news and what's next on the agenda.
Twelve days remain before the Dec. 20 early signing period begins. New coach Scott Frost and his staff have worked at NU for a week. Two big official visit weekends await and, in between them, at least some coaches head back to Central Florida, their previous school, to help the Knights prepare for the Jan. 1 Peach Bowl.
Nebraska’s new football staff has hit the recruiting trail hard since Scott Frost was announced as coach Saturday, and the staff had no choice: Just two weeks remain before the Dec. 20 early signing period for junior college and high school prospects, and NU has to work quickly to not only shore up the remaining eight commits in the class but attract other prospects.
Things couldn’t have fallen into place any better for Iowa Western since its only loss. However, the Reivers know that one misstep will ruin the possibilities dangling in front of them.
A player-by-player look at how all of Nebraska's 2016 recruits performed, individually and as a team, during games played leading up to Nebraska's matchup with South Alabama.
The opening weekend of the season could be a big one for the Huskers — in a way they’d rather not see. But NU will also host at least three notable official visitors, plus a few more.
It's game week, but that doesn't mean recruiting takes a back seat. With prospects visiting for the season-opener, and the always-steady flow of outgoing scholarship offers, the Husker staff still has recruiting on the mind. Here are some of the recruiting headlines this week.
Husker quarterback commit Patrick O'Brien announced Friday on Twitter that he's enrolling early at Nebraska. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound quarterback committed to the Huskers in late May. He's one of two Nebraska quarterback commits for 2016.
Husker Online's Nate Clouse joined hosts Mike'l Severe and Joe Ganz on "The Bottom Line" Monday.Husker Online's Nate Clouse joined hosts Mike'l Severe and Joe Ganz on "The Bottom Line" Monday.
ESPN recruiting analyst Jeremy Crabtree joined "The Bottom Line" on Thursday to talk about the Big 12, the impact of camps, Husker commit Terry Wilson and more.
Mike Riley sees change coming. Potentially earlier official visits or earlier evaluation periods. Both would be game-changers for Nebraska, which relies on campus visits to sell the program. Without early official visits, I see an early signing period as harmful.
Nebraska recruiting analyst Nate Clouse of Husker Online joined "The Bottom Line" on Monday to discuss the latest recruiting headlines, including NU's most recent commits, QB commit Terry Wilson's canceled visit to Oregon and more.
Nebraska 2016 quarterback commit Terry Wilson on Wednesday canceled a scheduled unofficial visit to Oregon that was supposed to take place this weekend. Wilson will instead visit the Ducks on an official visit this fall.
Until July 12, the college football recruiting calendar has one of its few dead periods. Prospects can’t take on-campus visits to meet with coaches. It’s a time designed to be a little boring in recruiting. The last two months were anything but for Nebraska and the rest of the Big Ten.