Yesterday at the press conference Coach Rhule was asked about Coach McGwire and the wide receiver room.
He said that McGwire had to take many steps up in terms of his coaching with everything he has had to deal with this season.
Rhule also said that playing early at the wide receiver position is one of the more difficult things to do as a player. However, with this bye week the young receivers should know what is going on and what to do against certain coverages that they should be good to go the rest of the season.
Rhule on the young WRs: Great 2 weeks of practice. "I know this. They might be young, but they're as fast as any group of receivers in the country. Not very often you have 10.3/10.4 guys out there... They're ready to play... Those guys can play and I'm excited to see them play."— Brian Christopherson (@Husker247BC) October 19, 2023
We shall see!
SPORTS! SPORTS! JORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS!
Ask the Expert: Northwestern writer offers Saturday predictions
Nebraska welcomes the 3-3 Northwestern Wildcats to Lincoln on Saturday for its first game in the second half of the 2023 season.
This week, HuskerOnline sat down with Louie Vaccher of WildcatReport to breakdown Northwestern in the “Ask the Expert” column. He talks the Wildcats’ surprising .500 start, the health of quarterback Ben Bryant and interim head coach David Braun’s shot at the full-time job.
Here are Vaccher’s thoughts and score prediction for Saturday’s game.
The 3-2-1: Rhule has embraced how Nebraska needs to win
Nebraska head coach Matt Rhule and offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield have embraced the style of football NU will have to play to win down the stretch in 2023.
We hit on that and more in this week’s 3-2-1 column with three things we learned, we ask two questions and make one prediction.
College football midseason bowl projections: Great teams left out of College Football Playoff - The Athletic
In taking our first stab of the season at The Athletic’s bowl projections, we found ourselves dealing with quite a pickle. Our forecasted end-of-season top 5 looked like this:
Big Ten football tiebreakers: Could the West decide Ohio State vs. Penn State vs. Michigan? - The Athletic
The Big Ten West, a division mocked for its Paleolithic offenses and beloved by college football sickos everywhere, can take a final act of revenge before the conference does away with divisions next season.
The Big Ten race has coalesced around three College Football Playoff contenders in the East: No. 2 Michigan, No. 3 Ohio State and No. 7 Penn State. The first of three head-to-head matchups between those teams will happen Saturday when Penn State travels to Columbus.
Nebraska volleyball’s ‘rock star-like’ season continues with No. 1 vs. No. 2 match - The Athletic
LINCOLN, Neb. — This season for Nebraska volleyball has morphed into something bigger than its quest to win another national championship or knock Wisconsin from the Big Ten perch.
Since the Huskers filled Memorial Stadium seven weeks ago and gained international attention for attracting the largest crowd ever, 92,003, to attend a women’s sporting event, their journey — just their presence at times — has transcended volleyball.
NCAA investigating No. 2 Michigan amid sign-stealing allegations - ESPN
The NCAA is investigating the Michigan Wolverines' football program amid allegations of sign stealing, the Big Ten Conference said Thursday.
The University of Michigan and the Big Ten were both notified by the NCAA of the investigation on Wednesday, and the conference said it had notified the Wolverines' future opponents.
Bubba Watson - LIV deserves major bids, golfers want to join - ESPN
Bubba Watson doubled down on Phil Mickelson's statement that LIV Golf is going to sign more marquee players before its third season in 2024.
"There's open spots. There's interest," Watson said Wednesday ahead of this week's Team Championship at Trump National Doral. "There's people calling, texting, even me, and I don't have any pull. So they are asking for help to try to get in the league."
Nebraska Thursday nuggets: Rhule talks Northwestern
Nebraska held its final full practice of the week on Thursday morning leading up to this weekend’s home game vs. Northwestern.
Here is a full recap of what head coach Matt Rhule had to say about the Huskers…
“STICK TO SPORTS!” Nah.
another perfect beautiful day to ingest stimulants and sit at computer. what a blessed life— skooks (@skooookum) October 10, 2023