Author Archives: Kaleb Henry

Nebrasketball Falls 75-54 to No. 23 Ohio State

Nebrasketball Falls 75-54 to No. 23 Ohio State

Over the course of this now 13 game losing streak, Nebraska (7-21, 2-15 Big Ten) has had blowouts and down to the wire finishes. Thursday night felt as ho-hum as any game could have been. There was no giant run that the Huskers didn’t stem; no school record for shooting from the opponent. There was…Read more »

No. 22 Indiana Dominates Fourth, Huskers Fall 81-53

No. 22 Indiana Dominates Fourth, Huskers Fall 81-53

Nebraska coach Amy Williams this week that she wanted her team to go into Bloomington and build momentum for next week’s Big Ten Conference Tournament. Instead, the Huskers (17-12, 7-11 Big Ten) were reminded of what the top of the conference looks like. Just days after making 13 three-pointers, Nebraska reverted to struggles from deep.…Read more »

Kicker Barret Pickering has left Nebraska Football

Kicker Barret Pickering has left Nebraska Football

A new kicker will inherit the duties for Husker football in 2020. Sophomore Barret Pickering cited “health reasons” when he spoke with┬áLincoln TV station KOLN. Pickering missed the first seven games with an injury in 2019. He only appeared in four games, allowing him to take a redshirt. The Alabama native 17 of 23 field…Read more »

Nebrasketball to Land Wisconsin Transfer Kobe King

Nebrasketball to Land Wisconsin Transfer Kobe King

A win in the middle of a 12 game losing streak for Nebraska men’s basketball. Wisconsin guard Kobe King is coming to the Huskers.┬áJon Rothstein of CBS Sports first reported King’s transfer plans. Source: Wisconsin transfer Kobe King has committed to Nebraska. — Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) February 26, 2020 King announced in January that he…Read more »

Mack-less Huskers Fight, Fall Short at Illinois

Mack-less Huskers Fight, Fall Short at Illinois

Nebrasketball has played well as a shorthanded team on the road in the Big Ten. The Huskers (7-20, 2-14 Big Ten) were a shot away from upsetting a top-10 Maryland team, and they took Rutgers to the wire at the RAC before falling on a last second shot. That trend continued Monday at Illinois (18-9,…Read more »

Long Ball Costly in 3-2 Loss to Arizona

Long Ball Costly in 3-2 Loss to Arizona

After starting the year with an 11-run first inning that led to a 19-9 win at Baylor, runs have become more of a premium for Nebraska (1-5, 0-0 Big Ten). In the final game of the Tony Gwynn Legacy in San Diego, the Huskers managed just three hits over the course of the game. One…Read more »

Crooked Numbers in the Sixth Hand Nebraska Fourth Loss

Crooked Numbers in the Sixth Hand Nebraska Fourth Loss

More crooked numbers adorned the scoreboard late in the game Saturday in San Diego. Neither team had much production on offense, with Nebraska (1-4, 0-0 Big Ten) only getting a player into scoring position once in the first five innings but a double-play ball immediately ended the threat. San Diego State (5-1, 0-0 Mountain West),…Read more »

Huskers Dominate Illinois on Senior Day

Huskers Dominate Illinois on Senior Day

The four seniors were celebrated at Pinnacle Bank Arena, and the team sent them off their home court in grand fashion. Nebraska (17-11, 7-10 Big Ten) took control of the game from the tip, getting a jump hook from Kate Cain on the first possession. After an Illinois (11-16, 2-14) jumper to answer, the Huskers…Read more »

Nebraska Can’t Hold 7-0 Lead in Loss to San Diego

Nebraska Can’t Hold 7-0 Lead in Loss to San Diego

More crooked numbers on a Friday and a healthy lead weren’t enough this time for Nebraska (1-3, 0-0 Big Ten) to start the weekend with a win. After neither team produced a run in the first inning, the Huskers got a Gunner Hellstrom single to bring in Leighton Banjoff in the second. Then in the…Read more »