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Nebraska To Play Bethune-Cookman on October 27th

  Nebraska has finalized an agreement with FCS team Bethune-Cookman for a game on October 27th, a date which originally served as the Husker’s bye week. “We appreciate the patience of our fans through this process,” Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos said. “While there may be some conflicts on what was originally a bye week,…read more »

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Adrian Martinez Practiced Monday

  It’s been a frustrating few weeks for the Huskers. After getting their home opener cancelled, Nebraska has lost two games in a row, making that their worse start since 1957. However, things could be looking up for the Huskers now that Adrian Martinez is able to practice again. The explosive true freshman gave Colorado…read more »

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Husker’s New Running Backs were a Bright Spot in a Forgettable Game

“It’s always darkest just before the dawn,” head coach Scott Frost said during the post-game press conference after Nebraska’s 24-19 loss to Troy. “Things will get worse before it gets better.” With the Huskers taking on a ranked Michigan Wolverines squad on the road next week possibly without their starting quarterback, Frost is probably correct…read more »

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Monday Practice Report – There’s a Chance Martinez Plays Saturday, and Blackshirts Handed Out

Head Coach Scott Frost confirmed at Nebraska’s weekly press conference on Monday that Husker starting quarterback Adrian Martinez did not practice. “He’s day to day,” Frost said. “There’s a chance [he’ll play] Saturday.” During the 4th quarter of the Colorado game, Martinez was brought down awkwardly by two Colorado defenders, injuring his right knee. A…read more »

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Huskers Lose in Heartbreaker, 33-28

    The Huskers have been handed a crushing blow in Lincoln, losing 33-28 after Colorado quarterback Steven Montez threw a 40 yard touchdown pass with just over a minute remaining to complete their comeback victory.   After allowing 14 points in the first quarter off of two fumbles in their first two drives, Nebraska…read more »