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  1. Posted By N2FL
    Oct 17, 2017 at 11:01 PM
    , 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...

  1. The .500 Huskers jumped for joy following yesterday's 27-17 win over perennial bottom feeder Rutgers. The Scarlet Knights, if you'll recall, haven't won a B1G conference game since 2015. But the Scarlet Knights led Nebraska 7-0 and had a 17-14 third-quarter lead before caving in to a steady Husker running attack.

    And, sadly, Tanner Lee threw yet another pick-six in the third quarter, silencing the nearly 90,000 Husker faithful.

    BROKEN RECORD?
    To be sure, Lee has thrown three...

  1. Nicked up Nebraska Navigates a Needed Win by Knocking off the Knights in the Nineties

    On an extremely warm autumn afternoon, the Nebraska Cornhuskers rallied from a second half deficit and defeated the Rutgers Scarlet Knights 27-17 on Homecoming in Memorial Stadium. The loss extends the Rutgers conference losing streak to 15 games but the result was in doubt well into the 4th quarter. The 1-2 Huskers entered the contest after a turbulent week that saw Athletic...

  1. Posted By Tad Stryker
    Sep 23, 2017
    , Tad Stryker
    Blackshirts gain momentum, Pierson-El delivers big play as beat-up Huskers edge Rutgers
    It was not a jubilant crowd that filed out of Memorial Stadium in the Saturday evening twilight. It was more like a big, collective exhale. There was friendly banter here and there, but lots of furrowed foreheads and much quiet, purposeful walking.

    Don’t read too much into that. Nebraskans, after all, are a fairly stoic bunch. But they’re smart football fans, and they know just how much work their team has ahead of it just to reach the middle of the Big Ten West, let alone to contend for...

  1. Posted By Tad Stryker
    Sep 23, 2017
    , Tad Stryker
    Although some question timing, nearly 90 percent back president and chancellor in decision


    The Husker Nation has been profoundly divided on various issues lately, but the firing of Athletic Director Shawn Eichorst by President Hank Bounds and Chancellor Ronnie Green does not seem to be one of those issues.

    For this week’s pregame survey, I went to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus to get 100 people to respond to this question:

    “Do you agree or disagree that the University’s president and chancellor made the right...

  1. Posted By Dave Feit
    Sep 23, 2017
    , Dave Feit
    Who will win the East & West?
    This is the first full weekend of Big Ten action, which means it is time for some predictions* on how the teams will finish in the respective divisions.

    *Or, given some of my history with prognosticating, blind guesses.

    For today, we'll predict by division. Throughout the season, we'll do a power ranking 1-14. Let's dive right in with the East.

    East

    1. Ohio State. I know, I know. They have looked pedestrian (by their standards) in the first few weeks, and they...

  1. Posted By N2FL
    Sep 20, 2017
    , Jeremy Pernell
    Riley, Huskers reach pivotal crossroads
    Nebraska essentially paid Northern Illinois $820k to put its head coach on the hot seat. Following an inexcusable 21-17 loss to the Huskies, Nebraska is now sitting at 1-2 - and could very easily be 0-3 - heading into conference play. Mike Riley is in year 3 and losing to MAC teams coming off a 5-7 season should not be happening. Northern Illinois came into this game having lost 11 of their last 17 games. They were also without their starting quarterback.

    Nobody...

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