After a 55-7 victory over Florida Atlantic, the Huskers are ready to take on the Cowboys of McNeese State. While Nebraska has a game under its belt so far, this weekend’s matchup is the season opener for the Cowboys. The two programs have only ever met once before in 2002. Show More Summary
Lots of people get FBS and FCS mixed up, including college football coaches. That's OK. #SummerOfBo continues: "FBS, FCS I couldnt tell you which one we are." -Bo Pelini in preparing for McNeese St. #Huskers — Jake Bockoven (@jakebockoven)...Show More Summary
Officials believe the bandit - who carries an assault rifle and allegedly shot a police officer in 2012 - robbed a bank in Nebraska City on Aug. 22
(John Hinderaker) It has long been obvious that it takes a lot of money to live in New York or San Francisco, while you can get along on much less in, say, Nebraska. But only in April of this year did the Bureau of Economic Analysis systematically compute real per capita income for each of the 50 states, plus the District of Columbia. You can see the results for 2012, the only
Ameer Abdullah doesn't want you to forget his name. During the Nebraska Huskers first game of the 2014 season, the senior I-back made it clear that he's a force to be reckoned with. In doing so, he subsequently announced his Heisman candidacy. It's not that anyone was really doubting that he wouldn't be great. Show More Summary
A Heisman Trophy can't be won in the opening game of the season, but Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah did about as much as a Heisman contender could possibly do to strengthen his campaign against Florida Atlantic. The senior running back rushed...Show More Summary
First there was the "butt fumble," now we have a "butt catch."
Nebraska’s Jordan Westerkamp had himself a game today. He caught seven passes for 125 yards and a touchdown. Oh, and then there was this grab: Already Catch of the Year!! https://t.co/zR4oTiucWi — Athlete Confessions (@AthIeteFession) August 30, 2014 Well, you don’t see that every day. Pretty nifty eye-hand coordination displayed by Westerkamp to track the ball […]
Ameer Abdullah ran for a career-high 232 yards, Tommy Armstrong Jr. passed for a career-high 271 yards and two TDs, and No. 22 Nebraska defeated Florida Atlantic 55-7 Saturday.
Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory has exited the Cornhuskers' game against Florida Atlantic on Saturday with what appears to be a left knee injury. KETV Omaha's Andy Kendeigh reported that Gregory was on the sideline with his knee in a brace in the first half: In the second half, the star junior was in street clothes. Show More Summary
The college football season just started, but Nebraska wide receiver Jordan Westerkamp has already put himself in the running for the best catch of the year. During Saturday's game against Florida Atlantic, Westerkamp was running a route toward the sideline. Show More Summary
When you're pounding Florida Atlantic, you don't really need catches like this, but Nebraska wide receiver Jordan Westerkamp went ahead and made it anyway, because he wants you to enjoy your Saturday. Bless his sweet heart and hands. Read more...
Why just catch a football with your hands when you can use your butt as well? How do we know this is gonna be a great season of college football? BUTTCATCH!! Excellent footwork to stay inbounds and even better use of the gluteus maximus by Nebraska's Jordan Westerkamp. At last we can start debating which is greater, BUTTCATCH or BUTTGOAL!
Nebraska goes for its 29th consecutive season-opening win against the Florida Atlantic Owls Saturday. Here's how to see it. The No. 22 Nebraska Cornhuskers open a pivotal 2014 season by hosting the Florida Atlantic Owls at Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon. Show More Summary
A Nebraska dad captured a heartwarming--if fleeting--moment of happiness on camera, as his 7-year-old with cancer learned that he was going home.
Seven-year-old Avery Harriman, son of Nebraska Huskers assistant coach Chris Harriman, received some good news after nearly a month of intense chemotherapy Avery, who was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia at age 2, was in the middle of his third battle with cancer when doctors told him he could finally go home. Show More Summary
The Huskers enter the 2014 season ranked No. 22 in the AP Poll. That's not bad, but it doesn't tell fans much. As Bo Pelini prepares for his seventh season at the helm of Nebraska football, fans want to know what to expect. So, whatShow More Summary
Speaking at Nebraska's "Big Red Breakfast," Cornhuskers coach Bo Pelini broached the topic of weed for some reason, and his take on marijuana use was pretty damn hot. Read more...
There is less than a month before the justices of the Nebraska Supreme court hear arguments in a case that will have a big impact on TransCanada's proposed Keystone XL pipeline. The court will hear the argument that ranchers and farmers...Show More Summary