Newly filed documents in a California court laid out a timeline for investigators' attempts through the fall to talk to Husker running back Maurice Washington about allegations that in March 2018 he'd sent an ex-girlfriend a video of her being sexually assaulted by two others.
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Maybe it’s fitting that Nebraska’s in-state post-National Signing Day event featuring head coach Scott Frost, athletic director Bill Moos and several assistants took place at the Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum in Ashland.
Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos said Tuesday evening that running back Maurice Washington, facing charges in California, has "a great deal of support," from NU.
Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos' job could get tricky in coming weeks, particularly if he's in a position where he feels he has to sell the Husker men's basketball program to potential replacements for Tim Miles. That would be challenging because it isn't a top-50 job.
Tim Miles' crew dropped its fifth straight game. The offense is a mess. The Huskers have what appears to be a crisis of confidence. Athletic director Bill Moos, who in April gave Miles only a one-year contract extension, can't like what he sees.
Former Husker Heather Brink was named Nebraska's permanent head women's gymnastics coach Friday. She had been serving as the interim coach since mid-October, following the abrupt retirement of longtime coach Dan Kendig.
Not long after Nebraska director of athletics Bill Moos reiterated his support for Tim Miles and the Husker men's basketball team on his month…
Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos says during a radio interview that he's staunchly against paying college student-athletes and talks the future of facilities projects at NU.
Not long after Nebraska director of athletics Bill Moos reiterated his support for Tim Miles and the Husker men's basketball team on his monthly Sports Nightly appearance, NU assistant coach Michael Lewis took to the airwaves to talk about how the Huskers can dig out of their season-altering slump.
Bill Moos further addressed the early-week controversy that led to NU president Hank Bounds and UNL chancellor Ronnie Green issuing a statement and Moos defending himself during his Wednesday radio appearance.