Check out a history in photos of Nebraska's five matchups against Ohio State.
On Friday's episode, Carriker discusses the level of excitement for a Big Ten football season starting in January. He also shares his thoughts having a spring season and player safety.
On a new Carriker Chronicles, Adam Carriker wonders if there's any chance — even a small one — for football to be played this fall in the Big Ten. What would it take to make that happen?
On Monday's Carriker Chronicles, Adam Carriker shares his thoughts on the player- and parent-led movements aimed at convincing Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren to allow football this fall.
Kamonte Grimes announced his decision to commit to the Huskers on social media on Sunday. He is considered a versatile athlete by most recruiting services, though Nebraska likes him as a receiver.
The Nebraska women's basketball team has a new post commit with a familiar last name.
Check out the letter the parents of Husker football players sent to the Big Ten.
Nebraska lost an outside linebacker commitment from their 2021 recruiting class Sunday.
The Big Ten's mistake was leaving coaches and players out of the process. You might roll your eyes. But this isn’t 1980, writes Dirk Chatelain.
In one week, Nebraska went from allegedly going "rogue" and being the Darth Vader of the Big Ten... to having more and more of the force on their side.
The lack of in-person visits has hurt the Huskers in recruiting the 2021 class, but Nebraska and its commits are finding new ways to lessen that damage.
By Saturday afternoon, the letter had been written and was in the proofreading stage when Gene Benhart got the call. “I’m fired up!” the father of Nebraska offensive tackle Bryce Benhart said. “I’ve been fired up all afternoon.”
This wasn't about leaving the Big Ten. The Huskers were standing up for themselves and hoped to find allies among their peers. Instead, as Sam McKewon writes, they were left to face the heat alone.
In the latest episode of the Pick Six Podcast, the crew discusses the Big Ten's decision to postpone fall sports, Nebraska's response, the media reaction and more.
Council Bluffs Lewis Central tight end Thomas Fidone, one of the Huskers' top recruiting targets in the 2021 class, will announce his college decision in less than two weeks.
Nebraska won't be playing football this fall, said A.D. Bill Moos. And the loss to the athletic department could be $100 million.
Seeking to stop a false narrative in its tracks Thursday, top leaders at the University of Nebraska affirmed their commitment to the Big Ten, and their compliance in following league rules.
After Purdue coach Jeff Brohm unveiled his plan, various Big Ten coaches have expressed more optimism at the possibility of spring football and offered their own ideas.
Former Nebraska men’s basketball guard Cam Mack announced he was transferring to Prairie View A&M.
If Nebraska wants to play North Dakota State, let them. This is not the time to demand lockstep. This is a time to preserve local economies, writes Dirk Chatelain.
Discourse held steady at a dull roar throughout the college football world, but Nebraska was outwardly silent. No new statements or interviews.
The NCAA extended its recruiting dead period through the month of September.
On Tuesday's episode, Adam Carriker gives his quick takes on the Big Ten postponing the fall football season and the reasons behind it.
Having time between a 2021 spring and fall season would be critical, an ex-Husker football coach said Wednesday, to making any kind of plan work. And Mike Riley would know.
Nebraska's John Cook declined to comment on the future of the 2020 volleyball season at the request of the athletic department.
ESPN's Desmond Howard says Nebraska doesn't have the cachet to craft its own schedule separate of the Big Ten. But Ohio State, the league's best team, hasn't taken that option off the table yet, either.
We’ll miss you, college football. More than you fathom.
The Huskers have played football through the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic, two World Wars, recessions and depressions. Will COVID-19 stop them or will they form their own schedule?
Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren said late Tuesday night that Nebraska couldn't remain a member of the Big Ten if plays football this fall.