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Shatel: Huskers win ugly, but surviving is their goal more info
Nebraska rebounds from turbulent week, Tanner Lee's pick-six to open Big Ten play with victory over Rutgers more info
Barfknecht: Rutgers' Bill Busch no stranger to tumultuous weeks as a Husker coach more info
In the stands at Memorial Stadium, Husker fans grapple with doubt, cling to hope more info
Tom's Takes: Reassessing Tanner Lee's expectations; Welcome back, DPE; Salute to Husker fans more info
They said it: Mike Riley says Huskers stuck to the plan, even when adversity struck more info
NU offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf takes blame for Tanner Lee's pick six, wants to put QB in better situations more info
Carriker Chronicles: Gut reaction to the Nebraska-Rutgers game more info
Husker running back Devine Ozigbo has 'showcase' day while carrying NU to win more info
No. 14 Huskers sweep No. 2 Penn State on the road in Big Ten opener more info
The PG Version: Parker Gabriel's extra points from Huskers-Scarlet Knights more info
Rapid Reaction: Riley 'surprised, saddened' by Eichorst firing; will lean on his experience more info
Driving for 6: Bowling troubles; Riley not the umpire's biggest fan; Ferentz has an, 'Oh, crap' moment more info
Watch: Alex Gordon goes yard for the MLB record books more info
Rapid Reaction: Diaco talks Rutgers; DPE still the guy on punt returns; Lee doesn't want apologies more info
Four-star defensive back Tutt visiting Huskers this weekend more info
Rapid reaction: Gaylord, Jaimes battle for RT job; Keyan Williams may play; Lee hanging tough more info
Your Husker Report Card: Not one for the fridge more info
Read all about it: Husker players comments from Monday more info
Read all about it: Mike Riley's comments from Monday more info
Huskers Produce a Winning Formula more info
Huskers Lean on Running Game in 27-17 Win more info
Know The Foe: A Closer Look at Rutgers more info
Every Fan Should Read The Story of Gene Moody's Life more info
2017 Game Program Senior Feature: Harrison Jordan more info
CHISAM: With Lee continuing to struggle, it’s time to give Patrick O’Brien a chance more info
Huskers pull away in second half to win conference opener more info
Notes from the first half: Nebraska vs. Rutgers more info
Q&A with Rutgers sports editor, predicts Husker win more info
Husker basketball program to host first Huskers in the Haymarket event more info
HARDESTY: Athletic director search serves as crossroads for Chancellor Ronnie Green more info
A look at Shawn Eichorst's time at Nebraska more info
Eichorst out after four years as athletic director at Nebraska more info
Student reactions after the firing of Nebraska AD Shawn Eichorst more info
Nebraska fires Athletic Director Shawn Eichorst more info
Nebraska quarterback Tanner Lee is the guy, even if Huskers fans want a change more info
Larry The Cable Guy was on roller coaster of emotions during Nebraska’s win over Rutgers more info
Nebraska football emerges from chaos to get ‘er done more info
Dwyane Wade: ‘My wife and the great people of Nebraska turned me into a Huskers fan’ more info
3 things we learned in Nebraska’s 27-17 win over Rutgers more info
What Mike Riley said after Nebraska’s 27-17 win over Rutgers more info
Nebraska-Rutgers: Recap, score, analysis for Week 4 game (09/23/2017) more info
Nebraska president Hank Bounds in email about football program: ‘Nobody is happy about this’ more info
Nebraska legend Tommie Frazier calls for Huskers to change quarterbacks more info
Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade recognized on field at Nebraska-Rutgers more info
Did Nebraska just make Mike Riley a lame-duck coach? more info
Nebraska shakes off Rutgers in 2nd half for 27-17 victory more info
Huskers football community reacts to firing of AD Shawn Eichorst more info
Cornhuskers fire AD Shawn Eichorst more info
Big Ten Week 3 power rankings: Purdue trending up, Nebraska down more info
Nebraska AD on loss: 'I'm angry, I'm frustrated, I'm disappointed' more info
N. Illinois seals upset of Nebraska with two defensive stops more info
Nebraska coach Mike Riley receives 1-year contract extension more info
Herbert throws for 3 TDs and Oregon beats Nebraska 42-35 more info
Is Nebraska making progress or starting over? Answer will come soon enough more info

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    Black Friday Red Tag Special - New BHF Editorial by Mark Solomon



    “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” – Mark Twain, 1906



    Twain sent this characteristically-pithy retort via cable from London to the press in the United States after he’d caught wind of his obituary having been erroneously published in several newspapers back home.

    He’d persist for several more years, passing away in 1910. He’d quipped that he’d arrived with Halley’s Comet in 1835, and that he’d be both surprised and disappointed if he didn’t depart with it, as well.

    Sure enough, he died the day after the Comet’s closest approach to the Earth, April 21st, 1910. Talk about calling your shot! The point is that the press is far from infallible, and what makes for a sensational lede in a newspaper isn’t worth much if the underlying facts are incorrect or incomplete. (2016 has been quite a year for demonstrating the truth of that assertion). For the last week, following Nebraska’s blue-collar dispatching of Maryland in Lincoln, most of the media has been declaring the Huskers’ impen...
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    Memorial for Solly

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  • The Long, Dark Path Back to the Light - New BHF Editorial by Mark Solomon

    The Long, Dark Path Back to the Light - New BHF Editorial by Mark Solomon



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  • Closing Ranks - New BHF Editorial by Mark Solomon

    Closing Ranks - New BHF Editorial by Mark Solomon


    “Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more; Or close the wall up with our English dead.”
    1. Henry V, Act III, by William Shakespeare
    The battle rages all around, and comrades and foes alike fall all about you. But the line must hold, or all will be lost, so you do the only thing you can; you fill the hole with the next available able bodies, and as they fall, the next. And the next. At some point, the bodies aren’t so able, but they still step forward, some grimly, some with an odd serenity, some even with a smile…because it’s duty. It’s dedication to something larger than themselves. Something worth the risk, the pain, the sacrifice. Oftentimes, the sacrifice of the fallen themselves creates the motivation for the living to fill the breach and fight on, so that their sacrifice will not have been in vain. With few exceptions, history richly rewards the peoples or countries whose best shone through when things were at their worst, those who fought on from battle to battle until the greater war was won, be ...
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  • Burn the Film…Burn the Boats. New BHF Editorial by Mark Solomon

    Burn the Film…Burn the Boats. New BHF Editorial by Mark Solomon

    Well…that didn’t go very well. Ohio State Head Coach Urban Meyer, after striding off the field following a 62-3 shellacking of Nebraska, stated flatly during his postgame press conference, “I didn’t see this coming.”, and “That’s not what we saw on film.”. He wasn’t referring to the outstanding athleticism and very sound execution from his own Buckeyes, which had been on display all evening long, as they laid ruin to a heart-wrenchingly-hapless Husker squad. He was talking about the sheer ineptitude, incompetence, and, sadly, hopelessness that bled from every pore of the NU team, as they stood like a deer in the headlights while OSU went up and down the field at will…all…night…long. 11 of 15 on third down conversions, plus 1 for 1 on fourth down – that’s 12 of 15 drives where NU’s defense couldn’t seal the deal – ZERO punts, 37:18 time of possession, 86 plays, 590 yards of total offense, 6 trips into the red zone, six scores, one long, debilitating “explosive” play after another, and, again, SIXTY-TWO POINTS. And that was just the offense. Two pick-sixes by the Buckeye defense – one on the very first NU offensive series of the game, adde...
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  • Five (or so) Wishes for 2014

    Five (or so) Wishes for 2014

    Bryan Smith
    1. 1804 for Ameer! Maybe my top wish for the 2014 season is a healthy and memorable season for senior running back Ameer Abdullah. If you remember, Ameer was a late addit
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  • Back and There Again, then Forward Unto Dawn

    Back and There Again, then Forward Unto Dawn

    2013 was supposed to be a special season for the University of Nebraska football team. It was touted as being a “breakthrough” season, where Nebraska won its way back into the national conversation. A fourth-year and All-Conference quarterback leading an offense littered with proven receivers, and All-Conference caliber running back, and an offensive live anchored by a pre-season All-American would put up points, allowing a young-but-athletic defense time and room to grow. The schedule was favorable, with Ohio State and Wisconsin looming only as potential opponents in Indianapolis the first Saturday in December. Well, two broken bones in that quarterback’s foot in the first game made the hill quite a bit steeper, as two more weeks of striving to play on that foot led to additional microfractures, and injuries to his shoulder and abdomen finally added up to a premature end to a career that had seemed destined to end on a high note. Then, one of those proven receivers had a hamstring go chronic on him, then suffered what’s been described as a partial tear of the calf muscle on the other leg. His season didn’t end, but it went on a 9-game hiatus...
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Nebraska vs. Illinois
Memorial Stadium - Champaign, Illinois
September 29 7:00 PM CST

2017-09-29 19:00:00 GMT-05:00 until kickoff.

Date Time Opponent Score TV
09/02
7:00 PM Arkansas State
BTN
09/09
3:30 PM @ Oregon
FOX
09/16
11:00 AM Northern Illinois
FS1
09/23
2:30 PM Rutgers *
BTN
09/29
7:00 PM @ Illinois *
FS1
10/07
TBA Wisconsin *
10/14
TBA Ohio State *
10/28
TBA @ Purdue *
11/04
TBA Northwestern *
11/11
TBA @ Minnesota *
11/18
TBA @ Penn State *
11/24
3:00 PM

Iowa *

FS1
12/02
7:00 PM Big 10 Championship
TBA Bowl Game
Season Record: 2 - 2 Big 10 Conference: 1 - 0
* Conference Game
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