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WATCH: Former Nebraska DT Maliek Collins Squats a Ridiculous 785 Pounds

As he continues to train for the NFL Combine and the NFL Draft, Maliek Collins, a former defensive tackle out of Nebraska, is putting on a show of strength that is sure to leave NFL scouts drooling. 785 pounds! Setting records and moving big weight with @SavageSevv#PathtotheDraft #PROcasthttps://t.co/1xceDFjdBi — FOX Sports: PROcast (@Procast) February 9, 2016 In the video...
Via Stack
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska Signing Day summary: Rankings, trends and more

Mike Riley posted a losing record in his first season at Nebraska, but his first full-year recruiting class is the highest-rated in Lincoln since 2013. He found a highly regarded quarterback and hit California hard while also pulling in recruits from the East Coast and Florida. Scout.com national class ranking: 28Big Ten ranking: 6Top-rated prospect: John Raridon, a four-star offensive...
Via Fox Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska’s Shavon Shields released from hospital

According to Nebraska athletics officials, Nebraska basketball player Shavon Shields is in good condition after falling awkwardly on his head in Saturday’s win over Rutgers. However there was some good news as Nebraska shared that Shields was conscious on his way to the hospital and suffered no injuries to his spine. He was released later Saturday evening. Here's Nebraska's update...
Via Campus Sports Net
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Injured Nebraska Player Shavon Shields Released From The Hospital

Some good news to share regarding Nebraska forward Shavon Shields, who was stretchered off the court during today’s win over Rutgers after an awkward fall on his head.  According to a release from Nebraska athletics, Shields was conscious on the way to the hospital and didn’t suffer any injury to his spine. He was released this evening.  Here’s Nebraska’s update on Savon...
Via College Spun
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska's Shavon Shields is alert, moving after hard fall

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Nebraska basketball player Shavon Shields banged his head on the court in a hard fall during a game against Rutgers on Saturday. He was taken to a hospital and was alert and able to move his arms and legs, trainer R.J. Pietig said. He briefly lost consciousness. Shields' mother, Senia Shields, rushed to his side as medics tended to him. He was put on a backboard...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska's Shavon Shields bangs head, alert at hospital

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Nebraska basketball player Shavon Shields banged his head on the court in a hard fall during a game against Rutgers on Saturday. He was taken to a hospital and was alert and able to move his arms and legs, trainer R.J. Pietig said. He briefly lost consciousness. Shields' mother, Senia Shields, rushed to his side as medics tended to him. He was put on a backboard...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

White scores 21, Shields hurt as Huskers beat Rutgers 87-63

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Andrew White had 21 points and eight rebounds and Nebraska defeated Rutgers 87-63 to end a three-game losing streak Saturday. The win was overshadowed by an injury to Nebraska forward Shavon Shields. He was taken off the court on a stretcher with 8:49 left after he flipped over the back of Rutgers' D.J. Foreman, landed on his shoulder and struck his head on...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska's Shavon Shields bangs head in hard fall

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Nebraska basketball player Shavon Shields has been taken to a hospital after falling and banging his head on the court during a game against Rutgers. The Husker Sports Network reported Saturday that Shields was unconscious briefly but could move his arms and legs. Shields flipped over the back of D.J. Foreman under the Nebraska basket with 8:49 left. He landed...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska ‘parts ways’ with DL coach Hank Hughes

With the start of spring ball just around the corner, the Nebraska Cornhuskers will have to fill a vacancy on the coaching staff. In a statement on Friday, the Cornhuskers announced that defensive line coach Hank Hughes will not return to his position for the 2016 college football season. Head coach Mike Riley commented on the late staff shakeup. “I want to thank Hank for his...
Via Campus Sports Net
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Riley announces departure of Nebraska DL coach Hank Hughes

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Hank Hughes is out as Nebraska's defensive line coach. Cornhuskers coach Mike Riley announced in a statement Friday that Hughes wouldn't return. Riley thanked Hughes for his hard work and contributions. Riley, who's entering his second year at Nebraska, said he would look for ''a great coach, teacher and recruiter to enhance our defense.'' Before joining Riley...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska Announces Defensive Line Coach Hank Hughes Will Not Return To Program

Nebraska defensive line coach Hank Hughes will not return to the team, the program announced this afternoon.  Hughes joined Mike Riley’s staff in 2014 after serving as the co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Cincinnati. He’s previously coached at Connecticut and Memphis.  Nebraska ranked 80th in the country in sacks in 2015.  Per Mike Riley, defensive line coach...
Via College Spun
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska fans sent pizza to recruits after Signing Day

The Nebraska Cornhuskers had a successful National Signing Day. It was a long and tiring day for everyone involved in the process, but they were rewarded at the end of the day. According to some photos on social media, Cornhuskers fans sent multiple boxes of pizza to the team’s recruiting office. #Huskers fans sent the recruiting office pizza! That's why they're the best fans...
Via Campus Sports Net
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Meet Nebraska’s 2016 Recruiting Class: National Signing Day Recap

Mike Riley’s first full recruiting cycle as Nebraska’s head coach is over.  How’d it go? Much better than his first regular season with the Huskers.  The Lincoln, Neb. program closed strong, snagging a couple of four-stars late in the process and finishing with the No. 24 class in the country per 247 Sports. The Huskers have 21 commitments – five four-stars and 16 three...
Via College Spun
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska 4-Star QB Commit Patrick O’Brien Responds To Huskers’ QB Transfer

Nebraska’s football program landed a quarterback transfer on Saturday. The Huskers received a pledge from former Tulane quarterback Tanner Lee, who has to sit out next season and has one year of eligibility remaining.  Patrick O’Brien, a four-star Nebraska quarterback commit in the 2016 class, responded to the news on Twitter.  His thoughts: bring on the competition.  Competition...
Via College Spun
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Wisconsin women’s HC Bobbie Kelsey goes on rant after loss

The Wisconsin women’s basketball team hasn’t had a great season this year as they are 6-13. The team fell to 2-7 in the Big Ten Thursday night with a loss to the Nebraska Cornhuskers. The struggles have weighed down on head coach Bobbie Kelsey and following the loss, her frustrations boiled over. Kelsey went on a rant at the post-game press conference. Kelsey came to Wisconsin...
Via Campus Sports Net
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska trolls Michigan State on Twitter after upset win

Nebraska’s men’s basketball team upset No. 11 Michigan State tonight. The Huskers topped the Spartans in East Lansing, Mich., 72-71.  The victory comes about two months after Nebraska’s football team upset upset a then-undefeated Michigan State squad in Lincoln, Neb.  Nebraska’s official Twitter account decided to remind Michigan State of this in hilarious fashion. ...
Via College Spun
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Oklahoma, Nebraska Schedule Future Football Games Over A Decade Away

For nearly seven decades, one of the top rivalry football games in college football was the yearly contest between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Oklahoma Sooners. The two former Big Eight and later Big XII Conference foes would annually play in a battle that many times would be for the conference championship. The two programs have played just ten times in the last 20 seasons...
Via Gamedayr
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Nebraska DE Jack Gangwish played bowl game with broken hand

If you didn’t think the Nebraska Cornhuskers had some tough players this season, all you have to do is look at defensive end Jack Gangwish. He finished the season with a dislocated elbow and revealed that he also played in the Foster Farms Bowl with a broken hand. He was in a cast at Thursday’s Outland Trophy bangquet and he revealed that he suffered the injury during the bowl...
Via Campus Sports Net
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Nebraska, NFL Running Back Lawrence Phillips Dead At 40

After a football career that saw college glory and professional failure (due in part to countless issues off the field), the life of former Nebraska Cornhuskers star running back Lawrence Phillips has come to a tragic end. The 40-year old Phillips was found dead inside his California jail cell, where he was serving a 31 year sentence for multiple charges: The death is being investigated...
Via Gamedayr
28 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: UCLA QB Josh Rosen Gets Blasted As He Throws Game Clinching Interception In End Zone In Foster Farms Bowl

UCLA was supposed to be able to handle the Nebraska Cornhuskers with relative ease in the Foster Farms Bowl. After all, the Cornhuskers were not there because they earned the right on the football field. It was because they were one of the more successful five-win teams in the classroom.The game ended up being far from easy for the Bruins. After battling to a 21-21 tie at the half...
Via FatManWriting
December 27, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Iowa scores possibly the easiest pick-six ever

When you’re a defensive player and you dream about returning an interception for a touchdown (or as the kids call it, a “pick six”), they don’t get much easier than what Iowa defensive end Parker Hesse had during Friday’s game against Nebraska. With the game tied at seven in the second quarter, the Cornhuskers were buried deep in their own territory. Quarterback Tommie...
Via Gamedayr
November 27, 2015  |  Discuss

The B1G uglies – which division leader might stumble?

Three writers that can’t quite agree on anything are ready to sling mud at one another once again in a three part weekly roundtable after a way too long hiatus.. It’s time for Phil Harrison, Bart Doan, and Terry Johnson to solve the world’s problems one first down at a time in the heartland. It’s the weekly B1G Uglies – Part 2 of 3. Question: Which Division Leader Has...
Via The Student Section
November 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Police investigating rape claim at home of Nebraska players

Police are investigating a report of a rape that allegedly took place at a home that Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong and wide receiver Jordan Westerkamp are listed as residents of. A Lincoln police spokesperson told The World-Herald that a 20-year-old woman arrived at a hospital Sunday afternoon and claimed she was sexually assaulted. The accuser...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Michigan State encounters a timeless sports truth

Sports offer many lessons about life, and “The Games People Play” certainly conveyed one important lesson to the Michigan State Spartans on Saturday: Don’t put yourself in position to get jobbed by something out of your control. * It is true that sports can be overrated as a teacher of life lessons. Coaches so reflexively refer to “character” and “courage” in sports...
Via The Student Section
November 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Nebraska captain tells crowd ‘I’m sorry we suck’ after defeat

It’s been a difficult start for the Nebraska Cornhuskers this season, with the team suffering a last second loss to Illinois on Saturday. Things only got worse afterwards, as offensive lineman and team captain Alex Lewis was spotted grinning, waving to fans, and blowing kisses while saying “I’m sorry we suck.” Nebraska's Alex Lewis walking...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 04, 2015  |  Discuss
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