Husker volleyball team has to be ready to adjust during rematch against Northwestern

LINCOLN — The game film of Nebraska’s October 20 sweep of Northwestern contained plenty for Husker coach John Cook to like. His team hit .378 that night in the Devaney Center, more th... Read More

Bill Moos has met with the Big Ten to help make Iowa permanent Black Friday opponent

Athletic Director Bill Moos believes Nebraska needs a rival, and he wants it to be Iowa. On the nightly radio show on the Husker Sports Network Monday evening, Moos said he has already met with the Big Ten to try and make Iowa the permanent Black ... Read More

Jays get first win in Lincoln since 1993 as small lineup causes fits

LINCOLN — Ask Creighton coach Jim Flanery about his team’s last road win against Nebraska, and he is quick to rattle off some impressive stats from the 1993 contest. Flanery, in his second year in his second stint as an assistant at ... Read More

Nebraska men's basketball builds big first-half leads, bounces back with win over North Dakota

LINCOLN — Nine months ago, Isaac Copeland underwent major back surgery. Eleven months ago, Anton Gill went under the knife for a serious knee injury. On Sunday, Nebraska’s touted transfers from Georgetown and Louisville offe... Read More

Sister against sister is fun for Kissingers heading into Creighton-Nebraska matchup

LINCOLN — As Nebraska freshman Taylor Kissinger played the best game of her college career Thursday night, one of her biggest fans and influences watched from the Pinnacle Bank Arena stands. Brooke Kissinger, Taylor’s older sister, j... Read More

Saquon Barkley reignites Heisman Trophy campaign as Penn State offense 'snowballs' past Husker defense

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Nebraska’s hopes didn’t end the first time Saquon Barkley sped through defenders Saturday afternoon. But it was a sign that the Penn State running back’s Heisman Trophy campaign was about to be in full revival. ... Read More

Nebraska volleyball extends winning streak to 11 with sweep of Maryland

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Maryland’s hot start threw some early trouble at No. 5 Nebraska, but after the Huskers weathered the initial storm, it was smooth sailing the rest of the way in NU’s 11th straight win. Annika Albrecht and Mika... Read More

Nebraska wrestling pulls away from Wyoming for first dual win

LINCOLN — Nebraska won six of the last seven matches as the 15th-ranked Huskers opened their dual season with a 25-10 win over Wyoming on Friday night at the Devaney Center. Those wins included a pair of victories over nationally ranke... Read More

Nebraska basketball focused on controlling the 'chaos' and improving play at the rim against St. John's

LINCOLN — Chaos vs. Discipline. That’s the theme Thursday night when St. John’s (2-0) hosts Nebraska (2-0) in a Gavitt Tipoff Games matchup of Big East vs. Big Ten. The Red Storm’s top two scorers are jet-quick guards Ma... Read More

Husker notes: Bob Diaco says Saquon Barkley is ‘the total package’; Playing for Riley and more

LINCOLN — Nebraska defensive coordinator Bob Diaco’s memory of the Big Ten goes back 25 years, to his playing days at Iowa, so when he says Penn State’s Saquon Barkley is one of the best backs in recent Big Ten history, he’s talking about... Read More

Nebraska natives Taylor Kissinger and Maddie Simon lead balanced attack in win over UMKC

LINCOLN — Freshman Taylor Kissinger led three Nebraska players in double figures with 18 points as the Huskers took control on the way to an 80-60 victory over UMKC on Tuesday night before 3,503 at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Maddie Simon add... Read More