Category Archives: Husker Football

Huskers to open a practice to the public

Huskers to open a practice to the public

Fans haven’t been able to see a Husker football event in person since 2019. That changes this month. Two weeks ahead of the Red-White Spring Game, Nebraska is opening the April 17 practice to the public at Memorial Stadium. The practice is free to the public and open to the first 4,000 individuals. Tickets must…Read more »

PHOTOS: Huskers open practice for first time since 2019

PHOTOS: Huskers open practice for first time since 2019

Media was allowed into the Hawks Championship Center to watch about 30 minutes of football practice Wednesday morning. This is the first such opening since 2019. Open practices had yet to happen in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the rest of the spring and disrupted the fall. KLIN’s Kenny Larabee was in attendance to…Read more »

Report: NU AD Moos tied to Pac-12 commissioner search

Report: NU AD Moos tied to Pac-12 commissioner search

A lengthy list of names for the open Pac-12 commissioner post includes that of Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos. The Mercury News in San Jose reports Moos among a number of names “to get reaction from the presidents.” Moos played football at Washington State, where in 1972 he earned first-team All-Pac-8 honors. He worked in the…Read more »

Media session highlights: Huskers begin spring practices

Media session highlights: Huskers begin spring practices

A year ago, those covering Husker football met in person for the start of spring practices. A few days later, the sports world shut down, and nobody has had media availability outside of zoom since. That continued with the first media session of the 2021 spring practices for Nebraska, though the rest will be in…Read more »

Husker fans to be allowed at remaining games this spring

Husker fans to be allowed at remaining games this spring

For the first time since March 11, 2020, Husker fans will be able to watch regular-season competitions in person. Nebraska Athletics announced Wednesday morning that fans will be allowed at events beginning immediately. The decision comes from the Big Ten’s Athletic Directors and the Council of Presidents and Chancellors to follow local health guidelines and…Read more »

Report: Nebraska trying to get out of Oklahoma game this fall

Report: Nebraska trying to get out of Oklahoma game this fall

“Wherever and whenever” is what Nebraska football coach Scott Frost said ahead of the 2020 football season, even saying his team would line up in Uzbekistan if needed. But maybe not really wherever and whenever. According to a Friday morning report from Stadium’s Brett McMurphy, the Huskers are trying to back out of one of the most anticipated…Read more »

NU President Carter: “Close to or full football stadiums by the fall”

NU President Carter: “Close to or full football stadiums by the fall”

Husker fans, rejoice. Speaking on KLIN’s Drive Time Lincoln Wednesday, Nebraska University System President Ted Carter told host Kellan Heavican that he’s “frustrated with the current policy of no fans at athletic events, but that he and others, including Council of Presidents and Chancellors member UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green, are advocating for that to change…Read more »

Ireland trip called off, Nebraska-Illinois to be played in Champaign

Ireland trip called off, Nebraska-Illinois to be played in Champaign

The 2021 season-opening game scheduled for Dublin, Ireland, is coming back to the states. A release from the Nebraska Athletic Department says the game has been moved after “extensive consultation with the Irish government, medical authorities, and the administrative staffs at Nebraska and Illinois”. The August 28 game will now be played in Chapaign at…Read more »