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Game Watch vs. Michigan State

Game Watch vs. Michigan State

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Bo Pelini News Conference (9/29/14): Abdullah & Mitchell OK, Santos Uncertain for Spartans

Bo Pelini opened his weekly news conference to discuss the status of some injured Huskers. Bo Pelini, at press conf., says Ameer Abdullah and Josh Mitchell are in good health after Sunday practice. Still uncertain on David Santos. — Mitch Sherman (@mitchsherman) September 29, 2014 And some bad news for Adam Taylor…he’s not healing as fast as hoped. #Nebraska redshirt freshman RB Adam Taylor won’t be back this year after breaking his ankle in the preseason. He’s still in boot #Huskers — Josh Harvey (@JoshHarveyScout)...

Huskers vs Illinois: Photo Gallery

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Recruiting: Huskers Get Two Offensive Line Commitments For 2016

Two future booms on a Saturday is pretty good, you guys. Not only did your Nebraska Cornhuskers enjoy some success on the field Saturday night with their 45-14 win over Illinois, they got a couple of big time OL commitments for the ’16 cycle as well. According to multiple reports, #Huskers pick up a commit from ’16 4-star Bryan Brokop 2night. In this commit photo pic.twitter.com/wd0Gn5F3Jt — Josh Harvey (@JoshHarveyScout) September 28, 2014 The first commitment we’ll talk about is Bryan Brokop, a 4 star...

Report Card: Huskers 45, Illinois Fighting Illini 14

We knew that Illinois wasn’t very good in the first three quarters of any game with Wes Lunt at quarterback. Then we learned that Lunt might not start the game. Then we never saw Lunt at all, because of an apparent leg injury suffered the week before against Texas State. So what did we learn from Homecoming 2014? Nothing much that we didn’t already know: Ameer Abdullah is really, really good. Tommy Armstrong has a great arm, but sometimes still doesn’t make great decisions. The...

An Ode to 125 Years

Today is the official celebration of 125 seasons of Cornhusker football. This week’s corny kickoff poetry takes a look at what the Huskers mean to Nebraska. Back in the day, 1890, we sawA team of red-clad footballersPlay their first game for Nebraska.Even then, there were hoots and hollers. First win was Omaha YMCAAnd just so that one was not aloneA perfect season was madeWhen the team did beat Doane If you did not know, Doane is in Crete#hiphophogwash and history meet Husker fans treasure historyThe...

Recruting: LSU Target Visiting For Illinois, Plus Updates From Last Week

With the last home game in almost a month, the Huskers get to work on some targets this weekend. Plus, lets see what has come from the past couple of weeks of Official Visits. Well, you can’t say that the Nebraska Cornhuskers aren’t trying to get some bigger names into Lincoln to finish off their 2015 cycle well. With about 4-6 spots left for the cycle, the Huskers are trying to get some home runs into town to complete the recruiting cycle. While last week’s...

Huskers vs Illinois: Game Time, TV Schedule, Odds, Streaming and More

Everything you need to know to watch Saturday’s game against the Fighting Illini. Nebraska opens Big Ten Conference play on Saturday night, taking on Illinois in a West Division matchup. The Huskers will head into conference action with a perfect 4-0 record, marking the third time in seven seasons under Bo Pelini Nebraska completed non-league play unbeaten. Illinois comes into the game with a 3-1 record following a come-from-behind 42-35 victory over Texas State on Saturday in Champaign. The Illini feature a high-powered offensive attack...

Nebraska Volleyball Sweeps Hawkeyes

The Huskers opened conference play with a three-set sweep of the Iowa Hawkeyes at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The Huskers followed up their hard fought loss to Texas by kicking off conference play at the Bob Devaney Sports Center against the Iowa Hawkeyes. The teams traded sideouts until Alexa Ethridge began serving at 7-7. It forced Iowa coach Bond Shymansky to call timeout down 12-7. Out of the timeout, the Huskers extended the lead to as much as 10 before Iowa started to fight...

Corn Flakes: Support Make-A-Wish Foundation of Nebraska

Three years ago, CN assisted with a campaign to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Nebraska. That campaign centered around Nebraska joining the Big Ten Conference. This week a new campaign starts that is tied in with the upcoming historic homecoming game against Illinois on Sept. 27 that will also salute the 125th anniversary of football at Nebraska.To honor that, and to also raise funds for which raises money for youngsters who have life-threatening medical conditions, Nikco Sports has created a limited edition Cornhuskers...

Reviewing the 2014 Illinois Fighting Illini

Most people expected Illinois to enter the Big Ten conference schedule with a 3-1 record, but what most people didn’t expect was how close the Illini are to being 0-4 Illinois has shown themselves to be one of the worst first half teams in the nation as they’ve trailed every team on their schedule (which featured Youngstown State, Western Kentucky, and Texas State) going into the fourth quarter only to mount ferocious comebacks to win them all except the game against Washington. So are the...

Non-Conference Review 2014

A quick look at our non-conference opponents and where the Huskers rank statistically after four games. Four games in the books. Four wins. It was not smooth sailing *cough* McNeese *cough* but the Huskers got the job done. They are undefeated in the non-con for the first time since 2011, a.k.a. “The UCLA rotation dropped off our schedule”. How has each of our non-con opponents fared and where do the Huskers rank? Opponent Watch Florida Atlantic – The Owls sit at 1-3 with their lone...

Comparing the ’14 Huskers to the ’95 Huskers is silly but fun

Unsportsmanlike Conduct notes an offensive statistic that we haven’t seen since 1995 On Monday (22 Sep) John Bishop, on Unsportsmanlike Conduct on 1620 AM in Omaha mentioned that this year’s Husker offense is doing something through the first four games of the season that we haven’t seen since 1995. The 2014 Nebraska Huskers have averaged at least 5.9 yards per carry through the first four games for the first time since 1995. That’s definitely a stat to bring a smile to any Husker fan’s face....