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Huskers shift focus to BYU

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As game week approaches the attention in practice is shifting to week one opponent BYU. Quarterback Tommy Armstrong says the Huskers are excited to begin preparing for an actual opponent. “We’re starting to get over that hill at the right time and we’ve got this bye week now to prepare for BYU a little bit”, […]

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Huskers return from Spain

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The Nebraska Men’s basketball team has returned from a trip to Spain. Husker coach Tim Miles says it was a great experience off the court as well as on the court where they posted a 4-0 record. Miles says the games allowed him to experiment with different combinations. “We started a different lineup ever quarter […]

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Huskers break camp with inconsistent scrimmage

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Nebraska football coach Mike Riley says he is still searching for consistency as the Huskers broke fall camp with their second scrimmage on Saturday. Riley says he likes to potential of his team but there were far too many negative plays on both sides of the ball. “You know I think we look good on […]

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Huskers work to limit big plays

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With the season opener two weeks away the Nebraska defense is still searching for consistency. Husker defensive coordinator Mark Banker says while he likes the potential of the defense the Blackshirts are giving up too many big plays. He says last weekend’s scrimmage was a perfect example. “When you looked at the line score and we […]

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Gates impresses at right tackle

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Nebraska offensive line Mike Cavanaugh says Nick Gates has caught his eye early in fall camp. The redshirt freshman from Las Vegas is battling to become the Huskers’ starting right tackle. Cavanaugh will spend the next couple of weeks trying to settle on a starting five up front. “I like our physicalness and I like our […]

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Injuries force Huskers to adjust

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The Nebraska football team practiced in full pads for the first time on Thursday night and coach Mike Riley had to adjust his practice plan due to several minor injuries. Riley says he wanted to use two fields to get plenty of repetition but the Huskers used just one field instead. “It really limits the […]

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Full pads to give defense first test

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When the Nebraska football team returns to the practice field on Tuesday night it will be the Huskers first workout in full pads. Defensive coordinator Mark Banker says to this point practice has been in shoulder pads and helmets but several newcomers have been impressive. Banker says even though it is early in camp the […]

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Huskers want more big plays from passing game

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As the Nebraska football team returns to the practice field offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf says he will be looking for more big plays out of the passing game. It is an area that struggled during the opening week of camp.   “I think we have run the ball relatively well and we have worked on […]

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Huskers to play Cincinnati in Brooklyn

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The Nebraska men’s basketball team will see a familiar foe in a new setting, as the pairings for the Barclays Center Classic presented by Honda were announced this morning. The Huskers will face Cincinnati in the third non-conference matchup in three years between the two schools on Friday, November 27th. Tennessee and George Washington will […]

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Husker women earn victory in Australia

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Sophomore Natalie Romeo scored 20 points and dished out five assists to lead four Huskers in double figures, as the Nebraska women’s basketball team won the final game of its Australian Tour with a 76-56 victory over the Sydney Heat on Monday. Romeo knocked down 7-of-14 shots from the field, including 5-of-12 three-pointers to lead […]

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Nebraska women drop second straight in Australia

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The Nebraska women’s basketball team is off to an 0-2 start on a trip to Australia. The top professional team in the South East Australian Basketball League, the Dandenong Rangers rolled to a 71-42 win over the Huskers on Wednesday at the Dandenong Basketball Stadium. Dandenong, which owns a 16-3 record and a four-game lead […]

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Nebraska women’s hoops team makes it to Australia

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After traveling half the day Saturday and all day Sunday, the Nebraska women’s basketball team finally touched down in Australia on Monday morning. Following a brief stop in Sydney, the Huskers flew on to Melbourne for a few hours of sightseeing before heading to the Crowne Plaza Hotel for some rest. The Big Red open […]

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Four-star running back Jordan Stevenson commits to Huskers

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Four-star running back Jordan Stevenson announced Thursday on Twitter that he has changed his commitment to Nebraska after reportedly being denied admission at his first choice, Wisconsin. Stevenson – a class of 2015 recruit – originally committed to the Badgers late last year, but was reportedly barred from enrolling because of unspecified academic reasons. He […]

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Tickets available for Nebraska volleyball preview

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Tickets for the annual Nebraska Volleyball Red/White Scrimmage are on sale. Husker fans can get their first look at the 2015 squad on Saturday, August 22nd, when the Huskers hold the intrasquad scrimmage at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. Public ticket prices for the scrimmage are set at 10 dollars for reserved seating and eight […]

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Omaha street renamed for Husker star Rodgers

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Nebraska football great Johnny Rodgers is being honored by his hometown of Omaha. The city council Tuesday voted to rename Burt Street between 30th and 33rd in honor of the University of Nebraska’s first Heisman Trophy winner and for his hard work as a community leader. In three years with the Huskers, the versatile Rodgers […]

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