Former Huskers Nate Gerry and Cethan Carter are projected to be picked, but Nebraska may face another thin NFL draft

LINCOLN — Nate Gerry and Cethan Carter might carry the best hopes of Nebraska prospects, but overall lukewarm projections leave the Huskers looking at a lean NFL draft for the second time in fiv... Read More

Tim Miles sees immediate help in new signings Thomas Allen, Duby Okeke

LINCOLN — Considering Nebraska was 303rd nationally last season in 3-point shooting and 305th in 3s made per game, don’t look for incoming recruit Thomas Allen to spend much time on the bench. “Immediate impact” were words NU coa... Read More

Nebraska announces Huskers Tour stops (including Nebraska City) featuring Mike Riley, Shawn Eichorst

After the popularity of last year's Huskers Tour, Nebraska football coach Mike Riley and athletic director Shawn Eichorst will once again venture out and visit with fans and alumni throughout the state. Nebraska announced Tuesday the eig... Read More

Dissatisfied but not discouraged, Shawn Eichorst and Tim Miles share same vision for Nebraska's future

LINCOLN — Tim Miles has had better times in his life. Nebraska men’s basketball lost its final five games to slide to 12-19, marking the third straight losing season for the fifth-year coach. Soon after, four players transferred. And... Read More

NU director of basketball operations leaving for high school coaching job

LINCOLN — Throughout Teddy Owens’ varied life in basketball, the goal has been to get back to running his own program. Next month, Nebraska’s director of basketball operations for the past three years will return to the bench as he... Read More

Late strikeout helps Nebraska softball hold on to defeat Creighton

In a matchup that took nearly three hours to complete on a rainy and cold Tuesday night, the latest Nebraska-Creighton softball game was in doubt until the 325th and final pitch. Even that pitch — a third strike called on Creighton cat... Read More

Nebraska gets commitment from four-star athlete Chase Williams

LINCOLN — Nebraska football kept its recruiting roll going Sunday evening when Corona (California) Eleanor Roosevelt athlete Chase Williams verbally committed to the Huskers via a video he released on Twitter. Williams, a 6-foot-1, 19... Read More

Huskers rout Illinois in five-inning shutout

LINCOLN — There was no need for an extended postgame team meeting Sunday following Nebraska’s 14-0, five-inning softball blitzing of No. 25 Illinois. The Huskers salvaged the final game of the three-game series by roughing up four Fi... Read More

Huskers take down Minnesota, capture series win

MINNEAPOLIS — Nebraska found some unorthodox offense early and starter Jake Meyers gutted through six innings as the Huskers clinched their series against former Big Ten leader Minnesota with a 9-4 win Sunday. NU scored runs via a doub... Read More

Husker hoops gets commitment from center Duby Okeke

Tim Miles found a big man on the transfer market. Nebraska landed a commitment from graduate transfer Duby Okeke (Doo-bee Oh-Kay-Kay), a 6-foot-8, 230-pound center from Winthrop. Okeke, who will be eligible to play immediately, announced... Read More

Husker A.D. Shawn Eichorst had big hand in shaping NCAA recruiting reform

LINCOLN — As Athletic Director Shawn Eichorst stood on the sidelines last week at Nebraska’s spring game, football prospects and their parents mingled around him. Each of those prospects, including national top-100 cornerback commit Brendan R... Read More