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Nebraska Cornhuskers 2020 Schedule

Oct. 24 – at Ohio State
Oct. 31 – vs. Wisconsin
Nov. 7 – at Northwestern
Nov. 14 – vs. Penn State
Nov. 21 – vs. Illinois
Nov. 28 – at Iowa
Dec. 5 – at Purdue
Dec. 12 – vs. Minnesota
Dec. 19 – TBA

Husker Football Stories

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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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Huskers Disappoint in “Inexcusable” Loss at Northwestern

Coach Scott Frost said earlier in the week that he thought his team was “ready to turn a big time corner”. That corner just wasn’t in Evanston Saturday. Nebraska (0-2) dominated the day with more first downs (28-14), rushing yards (224-148), passing yards (218-169), and total offense (442-317). But repeatedly the Huskers hurt themselves with…read more »

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Huskers Start Strong Then Falter, Fall in Opener at No. 5 Ohio State 52-17

A fast start and improved offense had Nebraska in the game early. But inconsistency and timely penalties aided the 52-17 loss at No. 5 Ohio State. Under first year offensive coordinator Matt Lubick, the Huskers dominated the first offensive possession of the game. Nebraska utilitzed an Adrian Martinez pass to Jack Stoll for nine yards,…read more »