Author Archives: Kaleb Henry

Nebraska “Embarrassed” at Home by Illinois

Nebraska “Embarrassed” at Home by Illinois

“It was not a good performance from anybody.” Nebraska (1-3) coach Scott Frost didn’t mince words following the 41-23 loss to Illinois (2-3) Saturday at Memorial Stadium. “I didn’t really see this coming,” Frost said after the game. “I was embarrassed by our level of execution in all three phases.” The lack of execution began…Read more »

Golden Window Classic Matchups Announced

Golden Window Classic Matchups Announced

Matchups for the 2020 Golden Window Classic have finally been announced. Elevate Hoops, the event organizer, posted the schedule to social media Wednesday evening. Here we go! This year's Golden Window Classic kicks off on November 25th at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, NE. We are excited to officially reveal this year's tournament schedule. Be…Read more »

Nebraska Survives Penn State for First Win of 2020

Nebraska Survives Penn State for First Win of 2020

For everything being so different in 2020, there were plenty of familiar sights at the home opener for the Huskers Saturday. The tunnel walk. Red balloons on the first score. And a nervous second half as the Huskers nearly gave the game away. But as one of the Memorial Stadium staff yelled after the 30-23…Read more »

Hoiberg Signs Five-Star Recruit, Says Addition Changes “Trajectory of our Program”

Hoiberg Signs Five-Star Recruit, Says Addition Changes “Trajectory of our Program”

Nebraska men’s basketball landed its highest-rated recruit in the modern era Friday. Five-star Bryce McGowens, the younger brother of current Husker Trey, picked Nebraska over Georgia and signed his Letter of Intent shortly after. The 6-foot-6 guard from Pendleton, South Carolina is a consensus top-35 national recruit. “I believe that signing Bryce changes the whole…Read more »

Nebraska Women’s Basketball Signs Top 25 Class

Nebraska Women’s Basketball Signs Top 25 Class

It was a busy Wednesday for Nebraska women’s basketball coach Amy Williams as the early signing period began with five players signing National Letters of Intent to come to Lincoln. The No. 21 ranked class, according to ESPN, includes two Nebraskans: Alexis Markowski of Pius X and Allison Weidner of Humphrey St. Francis. Joining the…Read more »

Nebraska Volleyball Signs Nation’s Top Class

Nebraska Volleyball Signs Nation’s Top Class

Nebraska volleyball signed what is possibly the best ever class for volleyball, or any sport, Wednesday as the early signing period got underway. All six signees are ranked in the top 70 by PrepVolleyball.com, with five in the top 16 and four in the top 10, including the top three overall recruits. Nebraska is expected…Read more »

Nebraska Men’s Basketball Signs Two

Nebraska Men’s Basketball Signs Two

Two additions to Nebraska men’s basketball will come to Lincoln next fall. Wilhelm Breidenbach and Keisei Tominaga signed letters of intent during the early signing period which began Wednesday. Breidenbach is the no. 53 ranked big man nationally, according to ESPN. The 6-for-9, 210-pound forward from Santa Ana, California, plays at national power Mater Dei…Read more »

Two More Kickoff Times Announced

Two More Kickoff Times Announced

Nebraska continues to own the early time slot for kickoff times. Two more start times for games were announced Monday. Nebraska’s home date with Illinois on November 21 is set for an 11 a.m. kickoff. The next week will be a noon start at Iowa on Black Friday. The Huskers have their home opener against…Read more »