Rust may have been a concern for No. 5 Nebraska coming off a near three-week break from any games. The Huskers played Texas State, a school that had already played
'It's a good change': Hoiberg happy with rule change as one-time transfer exception becomes official
by: CHRIS BASNETT Lincoln Journal Star — Journal Star: Husker Extra 4h
Count Nebraska men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg among those in favor of Thursday's landmark decision by the NCAA to make the one-time transfer exception uniform across all of college sports.
by: Wade Noll — Fansided: Husker Corner 4h
Husker hoops signs, seals, and delivers yet another piece to their already loaded 2021 recruiting class. The ‘Skers have worked tirelessly to finalize th...
by: BVBmerry — SB Nation: Corn Nation 4h
Huskers Beat Texas State in Three Sets
Huskers 'need to improve in decision-making,' but Fred Hoiberg high on returning point guard options
by: Sam McKewon World-Herald Staff Writer — Omaha World Herald 5h
If Nebraska stands pat with adding just CJ Wilcher from the transfer portal, coach Fred Hoiberg sounded comfortable with the Huskers’ current situation at point guard.
by: BVBmerry — SB Nation: Corn Nation 15 Apr
Creighton loses in five sets to Morehead State
by: RALPH D. RUSSO Associated Press — Journal Star: Husker Extra 14 Apr
Scott Frost spoke about the matter earlier this week, acknowledging the benefit it offers players but the "headache" it will give coaches.
by: Danny Jaillet — Fansided: Husker Corner 14 Apr
As many of you probably remember, former Xavier guard C.J. Wilcher committed to the Nebraska basketball program on March 26. When I wrote about his decis...
by: Austin Kingsley — Daily Nebraskan 14 Apr
The Nebraska volleyball team begins postseason play on Thursday in an unprecedented single-site NCAA Tournament just over 50 miles from the Devaney Center.
by: Abby Barmore World-Herald Bureau — Omaha World Herald: Big Red Today 14 Apr
“I really felt good about bringing this home for Husker nation and our athletic department, in particular,” Nebraska bowling coach Paul Klempa said of the Huskers winning the NCAA title.
by: Martin Herz — Daily Nebraskan 13 Apr
The Nebraska volleyball team took a quick I-80 drive east to the Omaha Marriott, a facility where the team will stay for the duration of the NCAA Tournament.
“For me, it was just like: OK, I’m in Nebraska. This is where I want to be, so I’m all in." Quinton Newsome explains how he made himself comfortable in Lincoln and discusses the competition at cornerback for the #Huskers. Full story: https://t.co/xSvV6j768lNewspaper / Magazine
If the #Huskers get similar production from middle blocker that they did vs. Texas State, they should stick around in Omaha a while, writes @LJSSportsWagner following NU's NCAA Tournament-opening sweep. Plus: Minor Stivrins injury, the scene and more: https://t.co/8dPDsuiwf6Newspaper / Magazine
The Nebraska softball team is 14-10 as the season moves past the halfway point. One thing we've learned: the #Huskers are pitching better than last season. @LJSSportsGrell catches you up to speed. 3 things we know, 3 things we'll find out: https://t.co/i1LJ6gs1FsNewspaper / Magazine
The NCAA formalized its decision to install a one-time transfer exception across all of college sports. @HuskerExtraCB breaks down what that entails, and relays #Nebrasketball coach Fred Hoiberg's thoughts on it. Full #Huskers' story here: https://t.co/bmaXT8X1ClNewspaper / Magazine
For generations, mental exercises have supplemented athletic training. But technology has opened new doors in sports performance, especially in #Omaha, where a Silicon Valley invention — NeuroTrainer — is gaining momentum. Read more from @dirkchatelain: https://t.co/C5nFzA1e9LNewspaper / Magazine
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