Adam Carriker is a Husker Hall of Famer and NFL veteran. The former Blackshirt and Hastings native was NU's 2004 lifter of the year and in 2005 was NU's defensive MVP and a first-team All-Big 12 pick. He was a first-round pick in the 2007 NFL draft.
The Huskers need to win three of their final four to ensure qualification for a bowl game, and on a new episode of the Carriker Chronicles, Adam breaks down Nebraska's chances of reaching that mark.
On Thursday's episode of the Carriker Chronicles, Adam looks at five members of the Husker coaching staff that could be on the hot seat after this season.
On a new episode of the Carriker Chronicles, Adam Carriker is joined by Jammal Lord to discuss Adrian Martinez, NU's offense, playing for a coach on the hot seat and his Christmas gift for Nebraska.
On a new episode of the Carriker Chronicles, Adam digs into Nebraska's problems in the red zone and discusses some ways to fix them and get more touchdowns.
On Saturday's episode, Adam Carriker shares his gut reaction to Nebraska's loss at Minnesota.
On Friday's episode of the Carriker Chronicles, Adam Carriker is joined by a special guest to predict Nebraska vs. Minnesota.
When will Nebraska break its cold streak and earn the first defining win of the Scott Frost era? Adam Carriker ponders the question on Thursday's episode of the "Carriker Chronicles."
On a new episode of the Carriker Chronicles, Adam Carriker chats with Nebraska running back Rahmir Johnson on his big game against Michigan.
On a new episode of the Carriker Chronicles, Adam reacts to the news of Teddy Prochazka's season-ending injury and shares his thoughts on what it means for the Huskers' O-line moving forward.
What was on Adam Carriker's mind after Nebraska's loss to Michigan? He shares his gut reaction on a new episode of the Carriker Chronicles.