A chain-link fence actually played a key role for Nebraska in 1987 when it signed ballyhooed QB recruit Mickey Joseph.
A native of New Orleans, Mickey Joseph spent five seasons on Ed Orgeron's staff at LSU, and left an indelible impression as recruiter and coach.
Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez was forever calm and positive in an environment that often became tense and negative because of all the losing.
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.
A certain local columnist is extremely interested in whether Scott Frost can right the Big Red ship, which indicates a belief it still can happen.
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.
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.
Martinez often tries to complete passes while evading defenders as if he were dodging cars in rush-hour traffic. He never complains — about anything.
Make no mistake, chemistry is strong among Nebraska's defensive staff members. "That means everything," Erik Chinander says.
NU coach Fred Hoiberg may have as many problems right now as he does weapons, and it's clear what tops the list: stability at point guard.
Scott Frost always takes the podium last. Once he took his spot at the microphone, it got fairly interesting right off the jump.
Just get to mid-November with a chance to win the division. If Nebraska can regularly manage that standard, it'll mean it's playing sound, hard-nosed football on a consistent basis.
Scott Frost in 2017 was regarded as a young gun with a cutting-edge offense, a dynamic play-caller. Monday, he basically fired himself as play-caller. His story at Nebraska is simply remarkable.
Wednesday was reminiscent of the fall day in 2002 when former Nebraska coach Frank Solich announced major changes on his staff.
My, how times have changed at NU. Frank Solich's revamped staff was 10-3 in 2003, yet was shown the door. Now, Scott Frost faces his own trying task.
Nebraska AD Trev Alberts likes the idea of Scott Frost not having his head buried in a play sheet during a game. Maybe a new way will help NU in close games.
Nebraska coach Scott Frost needs to keep growing in his job. He'll get another season in Lincoln to do it. Does he deserve it? Let the debate roar on.
Nebraska cornerback Cam Taylor-Britt obviously plans to finish out the season, as opposed to opting out to prepare for the NFL Draft.
Some Husker fans still feel Adrian Martinez returning in 2022 would be a boon to the operation. Others want to see him move on. We're here to help smooth this out.
Scott Frost and Trev Alberts have a heavy emotional investment. They want to be here and most likely want to stay here. That counts for plenty.
Scott Frost says he's excited about next year. Meanwhile, Husker fans debate whether he should get a "next year." Yeah, one of those seasons.
NU coach Scott Frost said "a great team doesn't need a coach to motivate it all the time." Trouble is, the Huskers are far from great.
You don't have to be Kirk Herbstreit to understand that continually missing out on bowls tends to stymie a program's progress.
Matt Millen says Scott Frost is "one of those guys you hold onto. He'll turn the corner. That'll happen." But get those chairs ready for the next town hall session.
If Nebraska head coach Scott Frost is feeling pressure about his job, he definitely wasn't showing it Monday.