With a comprehensive Life Skills program that's consistently recognized as a collegiate model for Nebraska's current, former and future student-athletes, it isn't easy to rank the top five ways the
Nebraska football fans have been looking forward to the new year even more than usual with the firing of Bo Pelini and the hiring of Mike Riley...Begin Slideshow
The 2014 football season was a wild one for Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong. He encountered many highs but also many lows. Toward the start of the season, Armstrong had a goal...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
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Nebraska football fans saw the Bo Pelini tenure in microcosm while watching NU’s 45-42 loss to USC in the Holiday Bowl. Ugly offensive performances. Head-scratching play-calling decisions...Begin Slideshow
It's a new era for Nebraska football. With the conclusion of the Holiday Bowl, the Mike Riley era has officially begun for the Huskers. As a result, fans are anxious to get a glimpse at the future...Begin Slideshow
When time expired at the Holiday Bowl, it was official. The Bo Pelini era was over at Nebraska. It was a fitting ending, too. That's not to say that the Huskers didn't put up a fight...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
San Diego, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - The 2014 Holiday Bowl is the first postseason venture pitting a pair of ranked foes against each other, as No. 25 Nebraska takes on No. 24 USC on Saturday at Qualcomm Stadium. Nebraska comes in sporting a 9-3 record (5-3 Big Ten), which by many standards would be considered a success, but to the Cornhuskers and their faithful fans, it meant another season...
In a high-scoring shootout between two of college football's most storied programs, Tommy Armstrong Jr. racked up 422 yards of total offense, but Nebraska came up short on its final two drives of the fourth quarter in a 45-42 loss to No. 24 USC in the National University Holiday Bowl on Saturday night at Qualcomm Stadium.
They're graduates, co-captains and Nebraska career record-holders in rushing and receiving. Ameer Abdullah and Kenny Bell have different personalities, but No. 8 and No. 80 share a bond and a passion