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Frost Facing New Challenges as Huskers in the Midst of a Historically Bad Season

Frost Facing New Challenges as Huskers in the Midst of a Historically Bad Season

Scott Frost has been with winning programs all his life. It started in his hometown of Wood River. Frost led his team to the state playoffs three out of his four years as the starting quarterback. In college, Frost continued his successful streak after transferring to Nebraska from Stanford. In 1996, the Huskers went 11-2,…

Nebraska Falls in Overtime Against Northwestern to Drop to 0-6

Nebraska Falls in Overtime Against Northwestern to Drop to 0-6

The Huskers fall to 0-6 for the first time in the program’s history after losing to Northwestern in overtime 34-31. It’s already been a painful enough season for the Scarlet and Cream, but this one will only drive the stake further into the heart of Scott Frost and this Husker team. With just over two…

Noah Vedral Granted Eligibility Immediately by NCAA

Noah Vedral Granted Eligibility Immediately by NCAA

According to the Husker Sports Network, the NCAA has granted Nebraska’s request that UCF quarterback transfer Noah Vedral can waive the mandated year transfers must sit out after leaving one FBS program to another. Nebraska submitted the request to the NCAA after Tristan Gebbia transferred to Oregon State in early September. Vedral, a sophomore, left…

Jurgens to Miss a Month and Frost Talks Transfers

Jurgens to Miss a Month and Frost Talks Transfers

Scott Frost revealed in his post practice press conference on Thursday that Cam Jurgens had broken a bone in his foot and will be out for approximately one month. “He just got his cleat caught in the grass and broke a metatarsal in his foot,” Frost said. The news still comes as a blow to…

Husker Offense Looking to Build on Strong Showing in Madison

Husker Offense Looking to Build on Strong Showing in Madison

Despite putting up over 500 yards of total offense against Wisconsin, Nebraska was unable to find a victory for the fifth consecutive week. The offense has been brilliant in glimpses, but according to offensive coordinator Troy Walters, has been unable to “maintain drives.” “We can’t go three and out and put the defense back on…

Chinander Talks Defensive Struggles and Northwestern

Chinander Talks Defensive Struggles and Northwestern

The Huskers practiced for a little over two hours this morning at the Hawks Championship Center. Afterwards, defensive coordinator Erik Chinander met with the media to talk Wisconsin, his defensive concerns, and Northwestern. The Husker defense got gouged by the Badgers, giving up well over 500 yards of total offense. 370 of those yards came…

Jurgens to Transition to Offensive Line

Jurgens to Transition to Offensive Line

“Anyone that can throw a shot put farther than I did has a soft spot in my heart,” Scott Frost said during Nebraska’s weekly news conference on Monday. The player Frost was referring to was Cameron Jurgens, a freshman from Beatrice, Nebraska. Jurgens was ranked as a four start tight end coming out of high…

Despite Offensive Outbursts, the Huskers Come Up Short

Despite Offensive Outbursts, the Huskers Come Up Short

“I’m proud of our team right now,” a surprisingly upbeat Scott Frost said after the game. “I told the team [that] sometimes when you’re sick; you really got to puke it out.” The metaphor, though accurate as it may be, doesn’t make one associate Nebraska football with positivity. But that’s exactly what Frost is espousing…

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