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Nebraska went 4-8 last year, right? You’d never know it by hanging around the Chicago Hilton this week.
The first session of Big Ten media days included Ohio State and Michigan State, but the story of Day 1 was Adrian Martinez and the Huskers.
The Blackshirts look back on their first year under Scott Frost and barely recognize the unit that finished among the worst in the country in most major statistical categories.
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After Delany’s opening statement — dedicated to thanking his family, staff and various partners of the league — reporters had plenty of blue collar, bottom-line questions for the commish.
While the Huskers’ current setup is “perfectly functional,” Frost said Thursday at Big Ten media days, he gets why there are conversations to build a new facility.
Nebraska has yet to make a decision on the status of running back Maurice Washington, and coach Scott Frost said that could continue to be the case all the way until the Aug. 31 season opener.
A complete transcript of Nebraska coach Scott Frost's appearance at the main podium during Big Ten media day.
Scott Frost discussed Nebraska's 2019 expectations, where the Huskers are actively recruiting, Adrian Martinez's leadership and more at Big Ten media days on Thursday.
A full-go season from the converted offensive lineman would go a long way for the Huskers.
Three coaches of Big Ten West schools spoke at Thursday’s Big Ten media days. All agreed their division is unquestionably on the rise.
Spielman is coming off a sophomore season in which he caught 66 passes for 881 yards and eight touchdowns.
Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos wants all the preseason praise the media wants to give Husker football in year two of the Scott Frost era.
Scott Frost made it to the podium to take some questions at Big Ten media days. Here's what he had to say.
Nate Stanley and Adrian Martinez spent perhaps five minutes talking about Black Friday. After that, the Iowa and Nebraska quarterbacks got to know each other and become friends.
Former Nebraska coach and Athletic Director Tom Osborne was honored at the Big Ten Kickoff Luncheon on Friday afternoon.
Scott Frost declined to stoke the Nebraska-Iowa rivalry Thursday. Kirk Ferentz followed suit Friday when asked about tensions between the fans.
Nate Stanley and his teammates can’t explain exactly how they let four games slip away last season. A mistake here, a bad read there. But one thing they refuse to blame is bad luck.