According to The World-Herald, police are investigating an alleged rape that took place at the home of two Nebraska football players, quarterback Tommy Armstrong and wide receiver Jordan Westerkamp.
Michigan State’s undefeated season is no more after officials awarded a game-winning touchdown to Nebraska’s Brandon Reilly despite the fact the Cornhuskers receiver appeared to go out of bounds on his own before re-entering the field to catch the pass with just seconds remaining in Lincoln.
Mitch Mathews hauled in a 42-yard hail mary from Tanner Mangum on the final play of the game to stun a Cornhuskers crowd in Lincoln and give BYU a 33-28 win over the Cornhuskers.
By every account Nebraska pass rusher Randy Gregory is an NFL talent, and based on football skills alone, deserves to go early in tomorrow’s first round. But reports citing multiple scouts and team executives indicate he’s rapidly sliding down draft boards, with some teams prepared to pass on him altogether. The…
ESPN cameras caught this Nebraska fan discussing something loudly with an entire section of USC fans tonight in San Diego at the Holiday Bowl. The Trojans have had a decent lead most of the game, so this 'Huskers fan couldn't possibly be taunting.. could he?
Recently fired Nebraska coach Bo Pelini held one final meeting with his players, and tore into the school and AD Shawn Eichorst, who he called a "total cunt" and a "total pussy" with "no integrity." The audio came out yesterday, and it's a lot of fun. Nebraska could have taken the high road! It did not.
Former Nebraska football coach—and new Youngstown State football coach—Bo Pelini had a final meeting with his players on Dec. 2 at Lincoln North Star High School. He told his players that he'd be there for any of them, and also teed off on athletic director Shawn Eichorst, calling him a "cunt" and "total pussy."
Cornhusker junior defensive end Jack Gangwish had a rough Wednesday night, but not as rough as it was for the raccoon that was just minding its own business before it was murdered with a wrench.
Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst fired head football coach Bo Pelini today, and boy, are Huskers players pissed. (Even Nebraska alum Ndamukong Suh is taking shots.) A number of current players aired their grievances through Twitter.
Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst fired Bo Pelini this morning. The Huskers went 9-3 this season under Pelini; the coach had a 67-27 record in seven years with the program.
Good ol' cursin' Bo Pelini left a wad of saliva on this guy's face. He didn't seem too happy about it.
The Madison police report beautifully sums up the early Saturday morning of 22-year-old Huskers fan Bryce Consbruck:
McNeese State vs. Nebraska was super fun for three hours, but it only takes a few seconds to remind everyone anew that there are Nebraska athletes and there are McNeese State athletes, and that's kind of not fair.
When you're pounding Florida Atlantic, you don't really need catches like this, but Nebraska wide receiver Jordan Westerkamp went ahead and made it anyway, because he wants you to enjoy your Saturday. Bless his sweet heart and hands.
Speaking at Nebraska's "Big Red Breakfast," Cornhuskers coach Bo Pelini broached the topic of weed for some reason, and his take on marijuana use was pretty damn hot.
I don't know how much more of the Ice Buckets we can take, but I'm going to highlight this one because glimmering ray of sunshine and source of life itself Bo Pelini took on the cold waters for charity awareness thusly: "I've been challenged, I guess, to the Ice Bucket, so let's get it over with."
How are other Big Ten schools handling the tectonic movements set off by the Northwestern football players' unionizing campaign? Very, very cautiously, it seems, to judge by the talking points handed down to Nebraska coaches by an associate athletic director.