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Nebraska hires former Husker Will Bolt as head baseball coach

Nebraska has hired former Husker player and assistant Will Bolt to succeed Darin Erstad as the baseball team's head coach. Read more

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24th & Glory: The intersection of civil rights and Omaha's greatest generation of athletes

A big story is drifting away … the mystery of Nebraska’s greatest generation of athletes. They rose out of segregation — higher and higher — as racial tensions in North Omaha boiled hotter and hotter. Read more

Subscribers onlyFor current, former and future Huskers alike, inaugural Pipeline Camp was a big success

About 300 campers worked in Memorial Stadium and other practice fields with coaches from Nebraska and programs like Miami, Arizona State, North Carolina State, Rice and Kansas. Read more

Subscribers onlyFormer Huskers expect Nebraska’s offense to get a boost from new coach Will Bolt

Michael Pritchard still carries a fondness in his voice for the three words that changed how he viewed hitting. Opposite-gap react.  Read more

Subscribers onlySautter: Elkhorn South's Teddy Prochazka among standouts from Nebraska's Pipeline Camp

Nebraska hosted the Adidas National Pipeline Camp on Saturday. 300 campers were in NU's Memorial Stadium and Hawks Championship Center. Here is a list of players that performed well at Saturday's camp. Read more

Subscribers onlyFor current, former and future Huskers alike, inaugural Pipeline Camp was a big success

About 300 campers worked in Memorial Stadium and other practice fields with coaches from Nebraska and programs like Miami, Arizona State, North Carolina State, Rice and Kansas. Read more

Subscribers onlyFormer Huskers expect Nebraska’s offense to get a boost from new coach Will Bolt

Michael Pritchard still carries a fondness in his voice for the three words that changed how he viewed hitting. Opposite-gap react.  Read more