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2018 Nebraska Cornhuskers Schedule

Sat, Sep 1 – vs. Akron
Sat, Sep 8 – vs. Colorado
Sat, Sep 15 – vs. Troy
Sat, Sep 22 – at Michigan*
Sat, Sep 29 – vs. Purdue*
Sat, Oct 6 – at Wisconsin*
Sat, Oct 13 – at Northwestern*
Sat, Oct 20 – vs. Minnesota*
Sat, Nov 3 – at Ohio State*
Sat, Nov 10 – vs. Illinois*
Sat, Nov 17 – vs. Michigan State*
Fri, Nov 23 – at Iowa*

*Conference Game

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Frost Reflects on Seniors, Michigan State

Scott Frost got sentimental during his weekly Thursday morning press conference from the Hawks Championship Center. Saturday will mark the last day that Nebraska’s senior class will take the field at Memorial Stadium. Those seniors mean a lot to Frost, who’s in the midst of his freshman season, so to speak. “These guys are going…read more »

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Spielman Ruled Day to Day, Morgan Nears Career Milestones

With Nebraska having to face the toughest defense they’ve come up against since the Michigan game back in September, the Huskers could be without one of their best offensive weapons, sophomore wide receiver J.D. Spielman. “He’s day to day,” offensive coordinator Troy Walters said, speaking to the media from the Hawks Championship Center Wednesday morning.…read more »

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Big Play Offense, Illinois Turnovers Fuel NU Victory

With the kickoff temperature at its lowest for a home game since 1993, the Huskers put their third win of 2018 on ice with contributions from all three phases of the game, winning 54-35 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.   Devine Ozigbo led the way on the ground with the longest two rushes of his…read more »

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Weather Might Affect Huskers on Saturday

It was a helmets only walk through practice for the Huskers as they get geared up to take on Illinois this Saturday. With Lincoln experiencing some snow, head coach Scott Frost wanted to get his players outside for a taste of what Nebraska winters can look like. “We probably got a couple of guys who…read more »