With more than 1,700 looking on at the 43rd Big Ten Football Kickoff Luncheon, Nebraska senior running back Ameer Abdullah gave the speech of the day
Kenny Bell considers himself on the doorstep of the prime stretch in his athletic career. But the rest of those potential Big Ten stars believe they’re right there, too. So what will make the difference? How does Bell stand out? The senior receiver hopes his offseason regimen will ultimately answer those questions.
Avery Harriman, the 7-year-old son of Nebraska men’s basketball assistant Chris Harriman and wife Cheryl, is facing cancer for a third time.
The wide receiver has made a name for himself with the Arizona Rattlers of the Arena Football League.
A power forward from Waukee, Iowa, apparently is the first 2015 commitment for Nebraska men’s basketball. Michael Jacobson, 6-foot-8 and 220 pounds, committed Thursday night, according to various recruiting sites, including 247Sports.