The newest version of the ESPN Junior 300 is out and there was plenty of movement within the list to interest Big Ten fans. Here is a look at what changes were made from a Big Ten perspective.
Gregory let his stellar 40 time from the combine do the talking, while others impressed scouts with improvement.
In today's recruiting world Nebraska is a very tough spot, literally and figuratively.
McNeese State is one of the only teams to stop Ameer Abdullah. Can Michigan State steal a page from its playbook?
At 5-0, Nebraska enters its matchup against Michigan State as the only unbeaten team in the Big Ten. Led by Heisman candidate Ameer Abdullah, the Cornhuskers have been fueled by a potent rushing attack, while the Spartans have made their mark by stopping the run.
Top performers for Nebraska from Saturday against Illinois: RB Ameer Abdullah: The senior rushed for 208 yards on 22 carries, leading Nebraska to a 35-14 win over the Illini, the first time since 1995 that the Huskers have opened a season with five consecutive 30-point performances.
Nebraska players to watch on Saturday as the 21st-ranked Huskers play host to Illinois at 8 p.m. ET:WR De'Mornay Pierson-El: Look for the Huskers to involve the freshman more into the offensive plan.
Top performers in Nebraska’s 55-19 win on Saturday over Fresno State: Quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. The sophomore accumulated 325 yards of total offense, his third straight game over 300, including 260 through the air on 12-of-21 passing.
What to watch in Week 3 for Nebraska as it hits the road for the first time, playing Fresno State on Saturday at 10:30 p.m. ET: The start: It’s an overused talking point to suggest the beginning of a game rates as important; of course, it does.
Bo Pelini said Saturday's narrow win against McNeese State got the Nebraska Cornhuskers' attention. "We were lucky to walk out with a win. ... Hopefully we'll become a better football team because of it.
Another day and another setback at preseason camp for Nebraska.Coach Bo Pelini said on Monday that sophomore I-back Adam Taylor is out indefinitely with a broken ankle suffered on Saturday.
The hits keep on coming for the Nebraska defense.Sophomore Michael Rose, the returning seven-game starter at middle linebacker, announced over social media on Friday night that he had suffered a serious knee injury and would miss the 2014 season.
The loss of junior defensive back Charles Jackson in the opening week of practice at Nebraska represents a major setback for the Huskers. Coach Bo Pelini announced Thursday night that Jackson would require season-ending surgery to repair a knee injury.
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The offseason can be a time of rest and relaxation. Or maybe it’s a perfect time for some team building. Or working a camp. Or raising some money for charity.
College football preseason awards watch lists are, at best, little more than a summertime curiosity these days and, at worst, an easy punchline.For one, there are far too many awards -- only country music likes to give itself as many trophies as this sport.