In the latest "Things I know" column, we cover Lee Sterling's lack of confidence in Adrian Martinez, and put some transfer news into perspective.
Many Husker fans don't understand that the current football facilities rank in the bottom four of the Big Ten. That's one mailbag item.
The transfer portal turns up as a subject in this week's mailbag, as does Mike Riley as well as an interesting (and misleading) Husker rushing stat.
From recruiting updates to a look at how remaining scholarships might be allocated, here's six Husker notes to start the week.
We sketched out a two-deep before the spring started. Now, let's take another crack at it.
Samori Toure, Oliver Martin, Will Nixon, Alante Brown, Omar Manning, Zavier Betts. The list goes on. At the very least, the Huskers have options.
The series continues with offense this week. No better place to start than quarterback, right?
Nebraska junior Adrian Martinez might not be the best returning QB in the Big Ten, but he's in the conversation.
With Nebraska only 21-17 at home in the last six seasons, Husker AD Bill Moos urges fans to turn up volume in 2021.
If the Husker offense doesn't match the defense's energy, it becomes a long day for the offense, the QB says. Much more in the mailbag.
Scott Frost (again) says the team is "comfortable" behind Adrian Martinez at QB. Heinrich Haarberg might have something to do with that.
Here are a few possibilities, which surprisingly skew toward the Huskers’ veteran defense.
Nebraska QB Adrian Martinez completes bachelor's in business management in 3½ years, which adds to his credibility as a leader.
Class of 2022 quarterback MJ Morris came away from his first trip to Lincoln impressed and enthusiastic about what he saw.
Heinrich Haarberg and Logan Smothers both look to keep marching down the field from a developmental sense.
The cold and desolate nature of the 2020 season gave way to warmth and good feeling for the 2021 Spring Game, and NU gave fans a decent show.
“It’s football Saturday in Memorial Stadium, and there is no place like Nebraska,” public address announcer Nate Rohr said in a familiar line.
Heinrich Haarberg answering Logan Smothers' late scoring drive is perhaps a fitting end to a the Huskers' spring. We explain why.
One player that stood out is Oliver Martin. Who else? Plus, you know we're talking running backs. Here's Parker Gabriel's assessment of the 'O.'
Whether you're going to Memorial Stadium, or watching on TV, we list some names to circle on your copy of the spring game roster.
A reader asks about what he regards as the gap between positive media coverage and Nebraska's recent mediocrity on the gridiron.
"He's a problem (for the defense), I'll tell you that," Husker assistant Travis Fisher says of 6-2, 225-pound walk-on Jaquez Yant. Intrigued yet?
NU's young backup QBs need time to develop. So, some advice in that regard courtesy of the great John Wooden: Be quick, but don't hurry.
There was plenty for Husker fans to like about Saturday's practice. But fan anxiety should be expected right now.
More than 3,000 fans gladly snapped up free tickets to watch the Huskers practice two weeks before the Red-White Spring Game.