The Nebraska Attorney General sent a letter to the Big Ten Conference Friday, notifying Commissioner Kevin Warren that the Conference appears to be out of compliance with the Nebraska Nonprofit Corporation Act.
Saturday was the day the Nebraska football team was supposed to start its new conference-only schedule.By now, we all know the Big Ten postponed fall sports and for the time being, there won’t be Husker football.
Scott Frost and the Nebraska coaching staff landed another in-state recruit on Friday when Creighton Prep tight end A.J. Rollins committed to the Huskers.The three-star tight end had offers from Iowa State, Missouri and University of Central Florida, but he’s choosing to stay home.
The choices were very attractive, some of the biggest names in college football. Alabama, Nebraska, Ohio State, Texas, Notre Dame, Southern Cal plus many more. After narrowing it down to the Huskers, LSU, Iowa and Michigan, Thomas Fidone decides the Huskers are the best fit.
The Nebraska athletic department announced Friday that they will be making cost saving measures starting in September.51 athletic department employees will be furloughed from September 1 through December 31.
It’s been a week since Scott Frost made the case football players are safer playing football than not. In the past seven days his position has attracted a lot of support from those who have the most to lose, 81 husker parents.
Did anybody really think Nebraska was drawing a line in the sand? Either play fall Big Ten football or it’s goodbye to the conference. The reaction nationally was confusing after listening to Scott Frost Monday and then reading the joint statement from university and athletic department leadership Tuesday.
While multiple media outlets are reporting the Big Ten is will cancel its fall sports schedule, the Nebraska football team was on the field Monday.Head coach Scott Frost is scheduled to address the media via zoom at 1:30 p.m.
It’s the start of fall camp. There’d normally be pictures, videos, quotes, and more coming out of Lincoln as the excitement for Nebraska football builds.As we all know by now, there’s nothing normal in 2020.
The Nebraska men's basketball team announced a new addition to their roster on Wednesday.
Elijah Wood, a 6'6" guard, reclassified from the 2021 class where he was going to attend Hargrave Military Academy to the 2020 class and will join the Huskers.
Max Anderson was ready to become an Aggie, but now he will be a Husker. The Millard West senior was recently named the Gatorade Nebraska High School Player of the Year. Anderson was ready to go to Texas A&M, but due to a number of of junior and seniors returning to campus this fall, left Anderson out. WOWT Sports Director Ross Jernstrom talked with Anderson about his decision to become a Husker.
Papillion-La Vista South grad and Nebraska outfielder Aaron Polansky has signed a contract with the New York Yankees.
Polansky told WOWT he felt that signing with the Yankees gave him his best opportunity to move up through the minor league system, grow as a play and eventually complete his dream of making it to the major leagues.
The NCAA Division I Football Oversight Committee on Thursday finalized its recommendation for preseason mini-camps for college football teams. Nebraska Head Coach Scott Frost approves of the additional practice time before the 2020 season.
After the departure of senior J.D Spielman, the Huskers are looking for some new wide receivers this fall. Wan'Dale Robinson and Kade Warner are the only two Husker lettermen returning on the team. WOWT6 Sports Director Ross Jernstrom looks at some new recruits, who could make an impact.
Wide receiver J.D. Spielman has decided to transfer from Nebraska. Spielman put his name in the transfer portal on Monday. Spielman was one of the most productive receivers for the Huskers. He put together three consecutive 800-yard receiving seasons for Nebraska.
Cade Povich is just about to head to Georgia to play summer baseball for the Savannah Bananas.
It'll be a good opportunity for the Bellevue West grad to see the progress he's made on pitching changes he and Nebraska pitching coach Jeff Christy have had him work on.
he Nebraska Athletic Department announced on Friday that student-athletes can return to campus beginning on Monday, June 1.
Football, volleyball, soccer and both men's and women's basketball players will be the first to return to Lincoln with other teams returning in phases over the coming weeks.
Former Husker All-American Prince Amukamara has agreed to join the Las Vegas Raiders. The 30-year-old defensive back was released by the Chicago Bears in February. Amukamara was the 19th pick in the 2011 NFL draft.