The scene was played over and over. It became a trending topic on social media and a hot take on sports talk shows. During a first-round victory against Bradley in the NCAA Tournament, Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo marched onto the court during a timeout, reached for forward Aaron Henry's wrist for a moment and repeatedly pointed at him while yelling. In the huddle, Izzo hopped up ...
Search / 143 results found Showing: 1-10 of 143
Nebraska seniors James Palmer and Glynn Watson will be playing basketball this weekend at the Final Four in Minneapolis.
Make no mistake, Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos is thinking big. Asked if NU men's hoops could regularly reach the NCAA Tournament, he said, “I don’t think it’s pushing it too far to think three out of five years." Hank Bounds expresses confidence that Moos can get the right pieces in place.
UNL Chancellor Ronnie green, left, athletic director Bill Moos and NU President Hank Bounds join the celebration in the NCAA volleyball nation…
MINNEAPOLIS — John Cook says that Nebraska was the most improved college volleyball team in the country this season from start to finish, and the team making it all the way to the national championship match probably shows he’s right.
MINNEAPOLIS — Friday evening, at the Final Four, was for the players you’ll probably see on the biggest stage in college volleyball in the future.
MINNEAPOLIS — You don’t play four seasons of volleyball at Nebraska, make it to four Final Fours and eat at those All-American banquets each year without learning a little bit about the history of the sport.
Freshman setter Nicklin Hames showed no nerves at all throughout Thursday night's match, even when Nebraska was down two sets to none. She's convincing when she tells you that, and it's hard not to believe her.
That was dramatic, wasn't it? The Huskers fell behind the Illini 2-0 on Thursday night in the NCAA Final Four. Then, Mikaela Foecke and Nebraska flipped a switch to win three straight sets to advance to the championship game.