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  1. Frost Fires up the Fans as a Family Husker Hire Hits a Homerun

    There have been dozens of articles written since the Nebraska hire of Scott Frost last Saturday, December 2, and his introductory press conference the following day. The scribes have covered every Frost angle from recruiting to offense and defense to the Peach Bowl to his family and even back to his undefeated 8th grade team in McCook. I may not write anything particularly new or original in these...

  1. Hapless Huskers Humiliated by Hawkeyes and Have no Heroes in a Half of Horrors

    On a beautiful Black Friday afternoon in Memorial Stadium, the Nebraska Cornhuskers completed its worse season in 60 years by falling to an average Iowa Hawkeyes squad 56-14. With less than a minute until halftime, Nebraska led 14-7 and were tied at intermission before completely falling apart in the second half and surrendering 49 unanswered points. The 4-8 final record marks the Huskers’...

  1. Penn State Pours it on amidst Profuse Precipitation in a Poor Performance in Pennsylvania

    In a game that wasn’t nearly as close as the score indicated, the Penn State Nittany Lions pounded the Nebraska Cornhuskers 56-44 in State College, Pennsylvania. The Huskers rallied late against PSU reserves after trailing 42-10 at half and surrendering 439 yards before intermission. The infamous Riley records continued as the Huskers gave up 50+ yards in back to back games...

  1. Nebraska Manhandled, Mauled, and Mortified by Minnesota and the Mood is for Moos to Make a Move

    In perhaps the most embarrassing display of Husker football in my lifetime, Nebraska lost on the road to Minnesota 54-21. The effort by the Husker players and coaches was pathetic. Broadcaster Matt Davison called it “the low point in Husker football.” What were the Husker coaches thinking calling three timeouts at the end of the game down 33 points? Is that how...

  1. Northwestern is Nails at Nebraska as Cornhuskers Choke away Chances and the Season Slides South

    The Northwestern Wildcats continue to own Memorial Stadium as they defeated Nebraska 31-24 in overtime securing their third win in the last four games with only a completed Hail Mary standing in the way of a sweep. The Cornhuskers have now lost three home games in a row for the first time since the Bill Jennings era in 1957. Nebraska is now 2-4 at home this season...

  1. Nebraska Prevails over Purdue with Poor Play…Persistence…and Potent Passing

    On a cold night in West Lafayette, the Nebraska Cornhuskers rallied from a 12-point fourth quarter deficit to nip the Purdue Boilermakers 25-24 in a game between two sub .500 teams who played like their respective records. Don’t expect this contest to appear on a Big Ten Classics show anytime soon.

    The Huskers, who appeared to sleepwalk through three quarters, had 58 offensive plays...

  1. Posted By N2FL
    Oct 17, 2017
    , Jeremy Pernell
    Moos with a decision to make regarding Husker football.
    On Sunday afternoon, the University of Nebraska introduced Bill Moos as its new athletic director. The Huskers hired him away from his alma mater, Washington State, where he’d overseen the Cougars’ athletic department since 2010. Before that he was Oregon’s athletic director for 13 years and Montana’s for five. The move came as a surprise, with nobody at Washington State aware it was coming.

    The process began about three weeks ago after former athletic director Shawn...

  1. Barrett leads Buckeye Bloodbath as Blackshirts Bombed, Riley Reeling, and the Husker Reputation in Ruins

    In an embarrassing display of ineptitude, the Nebraska Cornhuskers were humbled at home by the Ohio State Buckeyes 56-14 in a game that probably wasn’t that close. The Huskers extended their home night game losing streak to two games in the largest margin of defeat at Memorial Stadium since 1949 and by giving up the most points ever scored by a conference...

  1. Badgers Bludgeon Blackshirts as a Rookie Rolls amidst More Husker Muffs, Mistakes and Misses


    Nebraska’s 20-game home night game win streak ended Saturday as Wisconsin bullied the Huskers 38-17 on an evening dedicated to honoring the 1997 National Championship team. Unfortunately, the Badgers looked far more like that memorable unit than the current Husker product. Wisconsin responded to a 17-17 third quarter deadlock by running the ball 28 out of next 30 plays...

  1. Huskers Frolic on Friday as Blackshirts Deny Illini and Playmakers are Predominantly Proficient

    After a short week, the Nebraska Cornhuskers defeated an Illini team with thirteen days to prepare 28-6 in a workmanlike exhibition on the road in Champaign, Illinois. Granted the opponent entering this game had statistically the worst defense in the conference and was the worst passing team in the Big Ten. The Illinois defense ranked 96th in the country in rushing...

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