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The Big Ten Network enjoyed a pair of record-setting broadcasts last week, and both involved Nebraska.
It's easy to imagine Kirk Ferentz telling his Iowa players to keep pressing Nebraska because the Huskers will make critical mistakes.
The 2021 Nebraska football season has so many statistics that defy logic, it’s difficult to decide which is the most incredible.
Nebraska's continued insistence on shooting off its own feet eventually won out over Smothers' attempts to write history vs. Iowa on Friday.
A look at some talking points after the Huskers' game against Iowa on Friday at Memorial Stadium.
On NU’s final five offensive possessions — three with the lead, one tied and one trailing — the home team managed just a net of 8 yards on 10 carries.
It's shaping up to be a beautiful Black Friday at Memorial Stadium for Nebraska's season finale against Iowa.
Steven M. Sipple and Parker Gabriel deliver three keys to a Nebraska victory against Iowa on Friday at Memorial Stadium.
Iowa's side seemingly regards the rivalry with a bit more oomph, although Nebraska's level has risen during Scott Frost's tenure as Husker head coach.
“Kirk (Ferentz) does a great job," says Husker coach Scott Frost of his Iowa counterpart. "… You’ve got to beat them. They’re not going to lose the game.”
Time to level up. Parker Gabriel takes a closer look at how the Huskers and Hawkeyes line up: storylines, keys, meaningful stats, predictions.
Frost on Martinez's future: "I don’t think that decision will take too long."
Planning your Thanksgiving travel — or your post-turkey hike? Midwest Chief Meteorologist Matt Holiner shares what to expect from the holiday weekend weather.
Gunnerson has battled injuries throughout his short time at Nebraska. Now, he's in line to be in the game plan for Black Friday vs. Iowa.
As the Huskers get ready to take on the Hawkeyes the day after Turkey Day, Steve Sipple and Scott McKewon debate what’s next for Martinez and how Nebraska will handle Iowa on the gridiron. For the full episode of the Sip ‘n Sam showdown, subscribe at http://www.huskerextra.com/SnS. Support the show: https://huskerextra.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nebraska football attracts a tough crowd. But here's hoping Adrian Martinez understands that a large share of Husker fans appreciate all he's done.
Freshman Heinrich Haarberg could also see game action against Iowa, head coach Scott Frost said Monday.
Adrian Martinez’s 2021 season is over. Is his career at Nebraska finished, too? That remains an open question for the immediate future.
After each crushing loss, media wonder if this Nebraska team will fold up its tent. One game remains, and we doubt we'll see any quit now.
Nebraska has no big payoff waiting in these closing weeks, except for opportunities to beat a rival for the first time in a long time.