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Spring Game Report Card


We know enough not to read too much into what we see (other than coaches holding cats) in a spring game. So here's an abridged report card, knowing it's all meaningless in the end.

Spring Game: Offense vs. Defense in 2014?


Injuries may force the alteration of the spring game format to offense vs. defense this year. But that wrinkle might add a little more intrigue to this year's game. The weather looks like it'll be...

Spring Football Game Live on BTN


Nebraska's Spring Game will be televised live by BTN at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 6th.

People To Watch in the Husker Spring Game


Here's my primer on things to watch out for in this year's Nebraska spring game.

BTN To Televise Husker Spring Game on Tape Delay


Tape-delayed broadcast, but streamed to your computer if your cable company (or you) pay for it.

Huskers' Spring Game is For Kids


Some people dismiss the spring game as simply a scrimmage, but they miss the point. Even if you don't care to watch the up-and-coming players, it's a perfect opportunity to introduce kids to...

Husker Spring Game 2010: What Did We Learn?


Nebraska's spring football game is over, and what did we learn? It's easy to be misled, but there were some things I did spot. Taylor Martinez is a intriguing option at quarterback, for starters.

2009 Spring Game Report Card


Nebraska's spring game gave Husker fans a look at a bunch of new faces.

2009 Spring Game: The Return of Competition


The spring game rosters are set for Nebraska's 2009 Red-White game on Saturday, with solid matchups between offensive and defensive players.

2008 Nebraska Spring Game: For What Will We Cheer?


The first play of the first spring game with new head coach Bill Callahan in 2004 was a play-action pass. Joe Dailey reared back and threw the ball deep. Husker fans cheered loudly and the pass...

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