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Nebraska already has between 150 and 175 student-athletes on campus, Athletic Director Bill Moos said on his monthly radio show Tuesday.
LINCOLN — The private funding looks good. The design is coming along and close to completion. Nebraska should be readying for the groundbreaking ceremony of its $155 million football facility east of Memorial Stadium.
LINCOLN — The NCAA cleared the road for student-athletes to return to campuses for workouts. Nebraska will be at the front of the line.
LINCOLN — Well, it’s a start. The NCAA's decision allowing football and basketball players to begin organized team workouts on June 1 is "the first hurdle,” according to one Husker coach.
LINCOLN — In mid-March, as nationwide lockdowns went into effect to stop the spread of the coronavirus, recruiting analysts knew what was coming: Lots and lots of commitments, even from prospects who hadn’t seen the schools they were about to embrace.
Nebraska received a transfer on Wednesday when South Dakota receiver Levi Falck announced on Twitter he will continue his career at NU. He’ll presumably be a walk-on for the Huskers.
Bellevue West receiver Zavier Betts, the highest-ranked skill player in Nebraska’s 2020 recruiting class, will academically qualify and join the team, his high school coach said Friday.
Nebraska coach Scott Frost has noticed that when it comes to trying to figure out how, when and if college football can return in the age of the coronavirus, just about everyone associated with the sport has an opinion.
LINCOLN — If all goes according to plan for Noah Vedral, he’ll be on the same field as Nebraska’s football team come October. He will just be playing opposite the Huskers’ defense — as the quarterback for Rutgers.
LINCOLN — After he’d made one of the biggest calls of his football career, Heinrich Haarberg walked into the room and Dad had got out Husker hats.
LINCOLN — The comparison was right at the top of Max Edwards’ mind, since the night before he had watched the 1995 Orange Bowl between Nebraska and Miami.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska quarterback Noah Vedral has entered the transfer portal and plans to play his final two seasons at another school, an athletic department spokesman confirmed Tuesday.
An upbeat Bill Moos took to the airwaves Monday evening. Amid a global pandemic, the Nebraska athletic director said his department has adjusted well to the less-than-ideal circumstances.