Nebraska landed a verbal commitment from Ohio State transfer DB Tyreke Johnson, who is eligible immediately and has three years of eligibility.
Let's look at Nebraska's scholarship picture in the wake of OLB David Alston entering the transfer portal and other potential roster developments.
The crop of a half dozen all are coming from considerable distance. In fact, no official visitors reside in a Central time zone.
We're keeping up to the minute on all things Husker football recruiting — the offers, the commitments, the top lists. It's all covered.
The Huskers extended a scholarship offer to a Tulsa graduate transfer.
NU's safeties benefited from the extra year of eligibility, as Marquel Dismuke and Deontai Williams both return for sixth seasons.
Parker Gabriel was at Hawks Championship Center to watch five former Huskers perform for scouts. Here's what he thought.
The latest news and notes on the Nebraska football recruiting front, including a get-to-know with a rising regional prospect.
News and notes on the latest happenings in Nebraska football recruiting, including the Huskers eyeing a future center.
Among the players to sign with the University of Northern Iowa football team Wednesday was Cedar Falls quarterback Cael Loecher.
LINCOLN — Will Jackson had been to Nebraska’s campus, and he spent a year at a school just across the river from the state, so he can rattle o…
YORK, Neb. – Thanks to friendships and connections built over many years, four members of the York football coaching staff were able to attend…
Maybe the other team's defensive backs will lose their marbles and just let Quincy Enunwa go. Probably not, but maybe. And maybe Enunwa will catch Tommy Armstrong's long ball at his own 45, bounce off a Bulldog, and be gone.
Eric Crouch didn't start 1999 as the Huskers' starting quarterback. But thanks in part to a bruising 21-yard touchdown run against Iowa, the QB pecking order didn't stay that way for long.
Not all touchdowns are created equal. The Journal Journal will attempt to pick the best Husker touchdowns from each hash mark as part of a running series this spring and summer.
Nebraska has a recruiting class ranked between 30th and 43rd nationally, but the Huskers could make a push toward the Top 25 if the right recruits raise their hands.
Husker coaches hope the home-field advantage helps the program to victories on and off the field this weekend.
“There isn’t a guy on the defensive side of the ball that runs harder than Randy," defensive line coach Rick Kaczenski said of Randy Gregory.