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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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Big Ten: Football Season to Resume October 23-24

The Big Ten Conference has confirmed that the football season will resume next month. In a release at BigTen.org, the conference says all 14 teams will be playing. The season is set to resume October 23-24. The vote for returning was unanimous by the Council of Presidents and Chancellors. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green and…read more »

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Reports: Big Ten to Announce Football Return

Big Ten football is coming back. Multiple reports say an announcement from the conference is imminent and expected this morning. Yahoo’s Pete Thamel reports the Big Ten will start its season the weekend of October 24 with a championship game slated for December 19. NU System President Ted Carter was caught on a hot mic…read more »

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Nebraska AG Letter Claims Big Ten Out Of Compliance

Friday, the Nebraska Attorney General’s office issued a letter to The Big Ten Conference, Inc., through Commissioner Kevin Warren, notifying the Commissioner that the Conference appears to be out of compliance with the Nebraska Nonprofit Corporation Act. The Attorney General’s Office is responsible for overseeing compliance with the Act by nonprofit organizations operating in Nebraska.…read more »

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Big Ten Lawsuit: League Voted 11-3 to Postpone Fall Sports

The Big Ten has responded to a lawsuit brought on by eight Nebraska football players about the postponement of fall sports. According to multiple reports, the Big Ten’s Council of Presidents and Chancellors (COP/C) voted 11-3 to postpone the fall sports season. How each school voted remains unconfirmed, though ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg is reporting that…read more »