Both saw extensive playing time for the Huskers in 2020, and the Husker OC says Falck has emerged as a leader "because of how hard he works."
Nothing is certain, and most will take a relatively cautious approach when sizing up what Manning’s impact will look like in 2021.
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.
As the countdown to the beginning of Nebraska’s preseason camp continues, the Journal Star is counting down its annual list of the 30 Most Intriguing Huskers.
Oliver Martin didn’t even find out he was eligible to play until the middle of NU’s shortened season. He still managed to start four games and, even with a modest five catches down the stretch, make a favorable mark in 2020.
On the first day student-athletes could begin making money on their name, image, and likeness, several Nebraska athletes took advantage of the new rules that went into effect at midnight Thursday.
Thursday marked the first day student-athletes could begin profiting on their name, image and likeness. It's a whole new world for college athletics.
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.
Samori Toure, Oliver Martin, Will Nixon, Alante Brown, Omar Manning, Zavier Betts. The list goes on. At the very least, the Huskers have options.
With Nebraska only 21-17 at home in the last six seasons, Husker AD Bill Moos urges fans to turn up volume in 2021.
NU ran the ball 54 combined times in the second half of the Red-White Spring Game once tackling went live. More on that, and a lot more in our notes.
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.'
As Nebraska's spring season enters late stages, Quinton Newsome establishes himself at corner spot opposite Cam Taylor-Britt.
There was plenty for Husker fans to like about Saturday's practice. But fan anxiety should be expected right now.
Here are several other observations from nearly three hours at Memorial Stadium, including a pretty slick play from Omar Manning and company.
The Huskers held a practice open to the public on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Journal Star photos by Kenneth Ferriera and Francis Gardler
NU redshirt freshman Myles Farmer describes ankle injury before last season's Purdue game as "freak accident" to lead Wednesday's notebook.
Transfer Samori Toure emerges quickly as key part of Husker receiving corps that's stretching field for a change.
Who was dressed, and who wasn't? How'd Adrian Martinez look? And what does a spring session look and sound like? Let's dive in.
Scott Frost in February called the WRs "far and away the deepest and most talented group we've had." But it's certainly not the most experienced.
Spring practice could show us something as a number of Huskers are looking to bounce back from injuries.
Of the 39 catches of 20-plus yards by Nebraska receivers in 2019, none came from a player who will suit up for the program in 2021.
Scott Frost spoke about the team's scheduled game in Ireland in past tense, which, well, isn't a great sign of the game actually happening.