Posted November 17, 2012 on
LINCOLN, Neb. — On Saturday, the Gophers faced a big, strong, fast team in the Cornhuskers. Nebraska dominated on both sides of the ball, overpowering Minnesota en route to a 38-14 victory.
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Dylan Talley scored 14 of his career-high 22 points in the second half to lead Nebraska past Nebraska-Omaha 75-62 in the first Division I match-up between the two schools.
Nebraska (3-0) trailed hot-shooting Nebraska-Omaha 46-44 after Kaong Dolouny's tip-in with 15:45 remaining. The Mavericks had hit 61 percent of their shots to that point, but then went cold.
A pair of Andre...
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By ERIC OLSON AP Sports Writer Nebraska running backs coach Ron Brown likes to call Ameer Abdullah ''Mighty Mouse.''
The diminutive sophomore also could be called ''The Man.''
Abdullah, who ran the ball all of 42 times last season, reached 200 carries and crossed the 1,000-yard threshold for the season against Minnesota...
Tweet After five years as the University of Nebraska’s athletic director Tom Osborne will retire Jan 1, 2013. Prior to that he spent twenty-five seasons as head coach of the school’s football program, compiling a record of 255-49-3. Osborne led the Cornhuskers to three national championships (1994, 1995, 1997), thirteen conference championships, and [...]
Despite an up and down start to the first half, the Nebraska Cornhuskers used a strong second half to beat the Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks, 75-62.
Nebraska athletic director Tom Osborne walked out of the tunnel in his last game affiliated with the University of Nebraska.
An emotional weekend in Lincoln as Nebraska plays their last home game under Tom Osborne’s tenure as the athletic director. After 41 years of service, Dr. Osborne walks away. Nebraska will try and remain undefeated at home for the first time in 11 years and get a game closer to playing for a Big Ten title.