After a coaching change, programs often take their greatest leap in Year 2. And with second-year quarterback Adrian Martinez leading the way, Nebraska expects to make that jump for Scott Frost and company. But how far can the Huskers go from 4-8 last season? What could pull the team and its Heisman contender back down to Earth?
We cover the Huskers from every angle and look ahead to what's in store for the 2019 season with our annual preview section. Check out all the stories below.
Adrian Martinez is square in the spotlight like no NU player has been since joining the Big Ten. As he goes, so go the Huskers.
Sometimes, a team does a vertical leap. It happens over a season. It can happen in one game, too. And if you look close, you can see it in the eyes of a losing coach filled with prideful satisfaction.
Time to find out which Big Ten teams have the biggest hops around.
The Huskers have obstacles in the way as they try to make a big leap in 2019.
Look around college football the past 25 years and you’ll notice a fascinating little trend that unites powerhouses from the Coliseum to the Swamp: The Year-2 Jump.
Jovan Dewitt has stories. Coaching ones, from all over the country.
College football doesn’t have free agency. But the transfer portal has quickly become the next best thing.
Ryan Held might sweat more while speaking to the media than coaching on the practice field. And it isn’t because he’s nervous. He holds court with cameras in his face. He talks fast and direct.
LINCOLN — Stanley Morgan was a gifted wide receiver.
Hope doesn’t win games. Optimism lasts only until that first series when the Blackshirts take the field against an opposing offense. Eventually, all of the chemistry and collective belief the Husker defense built in the offseason will get a final grade on the scoreboard and in the stat sheet.
If you grew up loving the way football was played in the heartland, this could be the Top 25 for you.
Are you ready to have fun again? For years, my generation had lots of fun during college football season. It was fun to watch Nebraska’s bigger and more athletic teams win 90% of their games. And many games seemed over before they even started.
On Saturday's episode, Adam Carriker discusses the second year under Scott Frost, whether or not the Huskers can make a leap in success and how the return of Husker power will help.