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.
On a new episode of the Carriker Chronicles, Adam discusses something he's learned through all this Big Ten drama — when everyone is united behind Husker football, their power becomes very real.
On Thursday's episode, Carriker discusses whether the Big Ten should have allowed schools to have fans in the stands this fall, plus what the decision could mean for Nebraska's sellout streak.
On Wednesday's episode, Carriker gives his gut reaction to the Big Ten's decision to play the fall season, what it means for the Huskers and more.
On Thursday's episode, Carriker talks to Brent Ciancia of Pick Six Previews about his College Football Playoff picks, the Big Ten's decision to postpone and more.
On Tuesday's episode, Carriker explores if President Donald Trump's recent tweets could actually signal that the return of Big Ten football is near.
On Friday's episode, Carriker lists five things Husker fans can do on Saturdays this fall without Nebraska football.
On Tuesday's episode, Carriker gives his thoughts on the up-and-down news surrounding fall football in the Big Ten and reacts to the news of President Donald Trump talking with Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren.
On Thursday's episode, Carriker reacts to Husker football players filing a lawsuit against the Big Ten seeking clarity on the decision to postpone fall sports.
On Wednesday's episode, Carriker gives three reasons why the Huskers were an easy target for the national media following the Big Ten's decision to postpone the fall sports season.
On Monday's episode, Carriker is joined by former Husker Steve Warren to discuss Ralph Brown's disappearance, the Big Ten's decision to postpone football and more.