We need two wins to get to a bowl game with three opportunities remaining. Obviously Nebraska should try as hard as possible to get to a bowl game this year, however, we should also try to get our younger players as many repetitions as possible. We still have a bunch of guys from the 2019 class to get experience in these last three games, so we can go into next year with more guys ready to contribute but still with four years to play here.
On to Flakes. GBR.
Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor is used to having opponents zero in on him during game preparation. He obviously has Nebraska’s attention this week.
The Badgers got back into the win column this week after knocking off rival Iowa 24-22. It was a good feeling as the last three weeks dragged on for what felt like forever. Now the Badgers are back in the win column and still alive in the Big Ten West race as they look to chase down the undefeated Golden Gophers of Minnesota.
Yes, the Nebraska Cornhuskers started the Scott Frost era off going 0-6 and not getting their first win until mid October last year. But, the Huskers’ 4-2 finish over the last month and a half of the season gave fans hope that 2019 would be different for this group.
According to a release put out by Nebraska, defensive lineman Damian Jackson was named one of five finalists for the 2019 Armed Forces Merit Award. Jackson was the only FBS player to be named a finalist for the award.
Scott Frost lamented his team’s inability to play complementary football in Saturday’s loss to Purdue and said it’s been a recurring issue this season.
Zavier Betts has come a long way in the past two years. Oh, the talent’s always been there. That’s never been in doubt for the 6-foot-2, 200-pound Bellevue West wide receiver and Nebraska verbal commitment.
A quick but interesting list of newspaper articles from every game in the series.
Bryson Williams won’t get the homecoming for which he hoped.
Thursday night is the Power of The Purse event at the Cornhusker Hotel. It’s to help children find safety, stability and enduring family relationships. At the silent auction, guests will have the chance to bid on handbags and support CEDARS.
As immigrant communities grow so does the need for court interpreters. A new Nebraska program trains interpreters to get certified and help non-English speakers testify in court.
Nebraska’s Governor Pete Ricketts visited Kearney Tuesday afternoon to talk with students at the University of Nebraska at Kearney for a Geography Awareness Week event on the importance of his U.S. Trade Missions internationally.
For decades, the cybersecurity community has had a consistent message: Mixing the Internet and voting is a horrendous idea.
Two former employees of Twitter were charged with spying for Saudi Arabia by snooping into thousands of private accounts seeking personal information about critics of the Riyadh government, according to court documents filed Wednesday in San Francisco.
Chinese officials are cracking down on youth online gaming, which they say negatively affects the health and learning of minors. Official guidelines released Tuesday outline a new curfew and time restrictions for gamers under 18.
Fazila Begum grinned as she lifted up her hem to reveal a fading patch of scaly skin around her ankle.
NPR science correspondent Dan Charles explains why most of the dairy cows in America are descended from just two bulls, creating a lack of genetic diversity that can lead to health problems. He also visits a lab at Penn State University where scientists are trying to change that.
Summer Kriegshauser is one of 150 students in the inaugural class of the University of Maryland, Baltimore’s Master of Science in Medical Cannabis Science and Therapeutics, the first graduate program of its type in the country.