The more that comes out about Texas and Oklahoma leaving the Big 12, the more cynical a college football fan might become.
"I’m tempted to say Alberts stole the show during Big Ten Media Days in Indianapolis,"
he writes on the new Husker athletic director.
Kirk Ferentz's viewpoint of Bret Bielema's career path kicks off a notebook that has a Stepp injury update, Toure talk and NU's portal process.
Asked if he had definitive expectations for Nebraska football in 2021, Trev Alberts took a different approach than his predecessor, Bill Moos.
New Husker AD Trev Alberts says he believes he and football coach Scott Frost share a mutual respect for each other.
"I love this place," Alberts said as he stopped to collect his emotions. "I learned so much as a young man."
Trev Alberts was named Nebraska's 14th athletic director Wednesday. The former Husker takes over for Bill Moos, who stepped down June 25.
Trev Alberts, a Husker football team captain in the 1990s who has been the athletic director at UNO since 2009, has been hired as Nebraska's next athletic director, replacing the retired Bill Moos.
The new NIL world could impact certain athletic departments' revenue streams if small businesses opt to spend money on student-athletes instead of cutting deals with universities.
Spokeswoman for UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green says committee’s names will be released once search is concluded.
Parker Gabriel, Steven M. Sipple and Chris Basnett provide the latest updates on Nebraska's AD search and more.
Garrett Klassy seemed like a logical pick to be Nebraska's interim athletic director. Those who knew him at other colleges reflect on his qualities.
Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett recap a wild summer week in Nebraska athletics. They cover Bill Moos' abrupt departure and nearly $3 million payout, give the latest on the search for Moos' replacement and talk timeline.
Bill Moos' settlement seems to point in the direction that retirement wasn't entirely his own decision.
Two names to check off the list in Nebraska's search for a new athletic director.
Ronnie Green wouldn't comment further on the conditions surrounding Bill Moos' departure, but he offered details on NU's search for a new AD.
In most cases, unless a coach has a football program really humming, this is not a particularly comfortable transition.
Whoever Nebraska targets, moving quickly makes sense considering a fan base that may worn down from ample drama over years.
Bill Moos wouldn't say if the decision to retire was solely his own. He says conversations with UNL officials were "adult" but not "contentious."
In a wild day, one thing was clear: Moos is going to miss Nebraska — no "apparently" needed. The rest of Husker Nation is left holding on for the ride.
Bill Moos had the third-shortest tenure in the history of Nebraska athletic directors. But he made sweeping changes, including hiring 12 coaches.
Who might Nebraska look at? Here is a list of potential candidates, beginning with a couple of internal options. Plus, a "home run" option.
The social media reaction is about what you would suspect: Memes, speculation, rumors, hot takes. We're rounding up some of the chatter.
Bill Moos, hired in October 2017, is retiring from his post as Nebraska's AD. We revisit his time in Lincoln with a trip through our archives.