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2019 Nebraska Cornhuskers Schedule

Sat, Aug 31 – vs. South Alabama
Sat, Sep 7 – at Colorado
Sat, Sep 14 – vs. Northern Illinois
Sat, Sep 21 – at Illinois*
Sat, Sep 28 – vs. Ohio State*
Sat, Oct 5 – vs. Northwestern*
Sat, Oct 12 – at Minnesota*
Sat, Oct 26 – vs. Indiana*
Sat, Nov 2 – at Purdue*
Sat, Nov 16 – vs. Wisconsin*
Sat, Nov 23 – at Maryland*
Fri, Nov 29 – vs. Iowa*

*Conference Game

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Huskers Earn Feel-Good Victory

With the first home night game beckoning, Nebraska players, coaches, and fans still had the sting from a late game collapse to Colorado last weekend fresh in their minds. That all seemed to melt away, at least a little, over the course of a feel-good 44-8 victory over Northern Illinois at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln…read more »


Offensive Coordinator Troy Walters Has the Solution for the Husker’s Offensive Inconsistency – Getting More Receivers Involved

The Nebraska football team has been inconsistent at best on offense this season. That was especially apparent on Saturday, when the Huskers were unable to maintain a 17-0 halftime lead against Colorado, falling to the Buffaloes 34-31 in overtime. Offensive coordinator Troy Walters said on Wednesday that the Huskers put together “three good quarters,” but…read more »

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Chinander, Blackshirts, Ready to “Move On” From CU Game

Defensive coordinator Erik Chinander met with reporters following the Husker’s practice Tuesday morning. The subject at hand was the Blackshirts’ second half collapse they had against the Buffaloes on Saturday. After shutting out CU in the first half, Nebraska’s defense began to miss tackles and suffered breakdowns in coverage that allowed Colorado to get back…read more »


Huskers Fall in Overtime to Colorado, 34-31

One year after the Huskers suffered heartbreak at Memorial Stadium, Nebraska had their hearts’ ripped out again, this time in Boulder, falling to Colorado 34 to 31 in overtime. “I’ve only been a part of a few as tough as this one,” Nebraska head coach Scott Frost said after the game. Nebraska led Colorado 17-0…read more »


Huskers Looking to Build Off Their Strong Week in Practice

Nebraska stumbled slightly in their season opener, but were still able to secure a 35-21 win against South Alabama at Memorial Stadium last Saturday. This week however, the Huskers have a tougher test to face – taking on Colorado in a hostile environment. NU head coach Scott Frost told reporters Thursday that the Husker’s have…read more »


Husker Coaching Staff Addresses Last Saturday’s Offensive Struggles

Nebraska’s offense looked sluggish in NU’s 35 to 21 win over South Alabama last Saturday. At the heart of their offensive struggles, was sophomore QB Adrian Martinez. Speaking to reporters following the Husker’s practice on Wednesday, quarterbacks coach Mario Verduzco acknowledged that Martinez’s play didn’t meet expectations, however Verduzco opted to take the frustration out…read more »