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Huskers Come Back, Hold Off Wolverines

A play in three acts took place at Pinnacle Bank Arena Sunday afternoon. “I don’t think it was a good, solid 40 minute display for our fan base here,” said Nebraska coach Amy Williams. “But (we) certainly found a way to be resilient today and bounce back.” In the first act, Nebraska(14-4, 4-3 Big Ten)…read more »


Matt Lubick to Nebraska as Husker Football Fills Coaching Vacancy

Just hours after announcing the departure of Troy Walters, Nebraska football has filled the vacancy. Matt Lubick will be joining the football staff, taking over the roles of Offensive Coordinator and Wide Receivers Coach. The move is pending a University background check, according to the release. Lubick has 24 years of collegiate coaching experience, including…read more »


Walters Out as Nebraska Assistant Coach

The Nebraska football program announced Friday afternoon that the Huskers and Troy Walters “have mutually agreed to part ways.” Walters was a member of Scott Frost’s staff for two years at UCF and came to Nebraska in 2018 where he served as Wide Receivers coach and Offensive Coordinator. He was a finalist for the 2017 Broyles…read more »

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Mike Dawson Returning to Nebraska Football

In the same week that Husker volleyball brought back a former coach to the staff, football does the same. Mike Dawson returns to Nebraska after spending a year in the National Football League coaching outside linebackers for the New York Giants. Dawson coached Nebraska’s defensive line in 2018 and was in the same position at…read more »


Volleyball’s Miller Enters Transfer Portal

The post-season shake-up of Nebraska Volleyball continues with another departure. Megan Miller, the sophomore defensive specialist, entered the transfer portal Tuesday. She joins Capri Davis, Anezka Szabo, and Chen Abromovich as players looking to play elsewhere in 2020. Davis will play at Texas while Szabo will play for Kansas. Coach John Cook said he is…read more »

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Nebraska Used as a Get Right Game by Ohio State

When asked if this was a good time to play No. 21 Ohio State(12-5, 2-4 Big Ten) as the Buckeyes had lost four in a row, Nebraska(7-10, 2-4 Big Ten) coach Fred Hoiberg responded simply on Monday: “Probably not.” Hoiberg was right, as Ohio State took out their recent frustrations on the Huskers Tuesday evening.…read more »

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