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Nana Akenten to Transfer from Nebraska

Nana Akenten to Transfer from Nebraska

(Photo – Kenny Larabee) Sophomore guard Nana Akenten announced on his Twitter account Wednesday afternoon that he intends to transfer from Nebraska. The Bolingbrook, Illinois native spent the last six games of the 2018-19 season on the bench, serving a suspension for a violation of team rules. This past season, Akenten averaged 4.3 points and…Read more »

Big 10 Releases Husker’s Schedule for 2019-20 Basketball Season

Big 10 Releases Husker’s Schedule for 2019-20 Basketball Season

(Photo – Kenny Larabee) The Big 10 has released the 20 game conference schedule for the 2019-20 season, the second consecutive year the Big 10 has scheduled that amount of conference games. The Huskers will host Michigan State, Penn State, and Purdue at home. That’s a lucky break for first year head coach Fred Hoiberg,…Read more »

Husker Bats Go Quiet in Shutout Loss to K-State

Husker Bats Go Quiet in Shutout Loss to K-State

(Photo – Kenny Larabee) In their last meeting, Nebraska handed the K-State Wildcats a lopsided loss in Manhattan, 7-0 in a game that saw the Huskers score an inside the park grand slam. That Husker team had swagger. However the Nebraska team that showed up at Haymarket Park Tuesday night did not. Nebraska began the…Read more »

Palmer to Play in Portsmouth Invitational

Palmer to Play in Portsmouth Invitational

(Photo – Kenny Larabee) James Palmer Jr. has been invited to participate in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, according to an NU press release. The senior will be one of 64 players in the event which will last over a four day period. Scouts from the NBA and in other professional leagues across the globe will be…Read more »

Huskers add Commitment from 2019 Recruit Jahkeem Green

Huskers add Commitment from 2019 Recruit Jahkeem Green

(Photo – Kenny Larabee) At Nebraska’s spring game on Saturday, the Huskers added a commitment from Highland Community College defensive tackle Jahkeem Green, according to Husker247sports.com. Green could be eligible to play for NU in 2019. In 2018, Green recorded 67 tackles and 2.5 sacks. He had originally committed to South Carolina in 2018 but…Read more »

Sadler has Unfinished Business in Lincoln

Sadler has Unfinished Business in Lincoln

You don’t have to ask Doc Sadler why he came back to Nebraska. He’ll tell you, albeit slowly, in a southern drawl. “I was a head coach for 16 years,” Sadler told reporters at the Bob Devaney Sports Center on Monday. “That’s enough.” As he made his way over to his seat at the press…Read more »

Jervay Green Announces He’s Staying Committed to NU

Jervay Green Announces He’s Staying Committed to NU

2019 signee out of Western Nebraska Community College, Jervay Green, announced on his twitter page Sunday afternoon that he’ll be sticking with the Huskers. The 6-3 guard had originally committed to NU back in September of 2018 when Tim Miles was still head coach, according to 247sports.com. This past season, Green averaged 23.6 points and…Read more »

Despite Challenges, Hoiberg is Ready to Lead NU into a New Era

Despite Challenges, Hoiberg is Ready to Lead NU into a New Era

(Photo – Kenny Larabee) At Nebraska, the basketball program has been the perennial side kick, a winter side show that serves as a brief distraction in between football seasons. However at Nebraska’s spring game on Saturday, all eyes turned to Fred Hoiberg, Nebraska’s brand new head basketball coach. Surrounded by a throng of reporters near…Read more »

Red Team Tops the White Team 24-13 in Spring Game

Red Team Tops the White Team 24-13 in Spring Game

NU head coach Scott Frost said during the lead up to the spring game that they “were going to play football.” Indeed they did. Football was played at Memorial Stadium in front of an announced crowd of 85,946 fans, who saw the red team come out on top over the white team, 24-13. New Nebraska…Read more »