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Subscribers onlyDedrick Mills made 'his point proven' versus Wisconsin — He can be the Huskers' main event back

Dedrick Mills' play spoke for itself on Saturday. Seventeen carries for 188 yards and one touchdown against one of the top run defenses in the country needed no more explanation. Read more

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Pick Six Podcast: The decline of Nebraska's defense, Big Ten road trips and more

World-Herald staff writers Sam McKewon, Chris Heady and Evan Bland tackle the hottest Husker headlines in the latest episode of the Pick Six Podcast. Read more

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Carriker Chronicles: Lamar Jackson on improving Nebraska's defense, goals for the NFL draft and more

On Wednesday's episode, Adam Carriker talks to Husker defensive back Lamar Jackson about improvements being made on the Nebraska defense, his goals for the NFL draft, and more. Read more

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Everything you need to know about the Husker women's game against Southern

The World-Herald's Sam McKewon compiled everything you need to know for the Nebraska women's basketball team's game against Southern on Wednesday. Read more

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Nebraska linebacker Mohamed Barry named finalist for Pop Warner College Football Award

Nebraska senior linebacker Mohamed Barry has been named one of six finalists for the Pop Warner National College Football Award. Read more

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Husker notes: Deontai Williams still 'locked in'; Lovers of football and more

Nebraska’s first starting safety, Deontai Williams, still prepares each week like he’s playing, sophomore defensive back Cam Taylor-Britt said. Read more

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Subscribers onlyDicaprio Bootle is 'comfortable' whether playing corner or safety for the Huskers

Playing safety is a different kind of experience for Nebraska defensive back Dicaprio Bootle, that’s for sure. Read more

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Video: Nebraska football practice, Nov. 19

Check out all the video from Tuesday's Huskers football practice as compiled by The World-Herald. Read more

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Subscribers onlyIt's 'only up from here' for Omaha Burke grad and Nebraska freshman Nick Henrich after debut

True freshman inside linebacker Nick Henrich appeared in his first game as a Husker on Saturday. He was on kick return coverage. On the coverage that ended in a touchdown. Read more

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Practice report, Nov. 19: Erik Chinander says Huskers working to fix plague of mistakes on defense

Nebraska is on a four-game losing skid. Defensive coordinator Erik Chinander said most of it has come via self-inflicted wounds. Read more