Nebraska football attracts a tough crowd. But here's hoping Adrian Martinez understands that a large share of Husker fans appreciate all he's done.
The Huskers threw haymakers but they also made far more mistakes than the buttoned-up Badgers in a 35-28 loss in Madison, Wis.
Junior quarterback Adrian Martinez became Nebraska's all-time leader in total offense during Saturday's game at No. 15 Wisconsin.
Martinez often tries to complete passes while evading defenders as if he were dodging cars in rush-hour traffic. He never complains — about anything.
Time to level up. Parker Gabriel takes a closer look at how the Huskers and Badgers line up: storylines, keys, meaningful stats, predictions.
Nebraska has been in this situation so many times this season. Close, but no cigars. This week, a 26-17 loss to No. 6 Ohio State.
The care factor has not waivered for Nebraska's defense since Day 1 of this season, and may have been stronger than ever on Saturday.
Time to level up. Parker Gabriel takes a closer look at how the Huskers and Buckeyes line up: storylines, keys, meaningful stats, predictions.
You might wonder, how can a group with the record NU sports have such a high degree of confidence? On the defensive side, it's in the numbers.
Kubik has led the Huskers in kills in 12 straight matches, but that doesn't change her responsibilities in the serve-receive game.
Scott Frost says he's excited about next year. Meanwhile, Husker fans debate whether he should get a "next year." Yeah, one of those seasons.
Martinez threw four interceptions Saturday — three in the second half — as Nebraska's offense bogged down its defense by leaving it on the field far too long.
The Huskers committed four turnovers, which put the Blackshirts in a pickle. Then, Purdue was able to move the chains, time and time again.
Nebraska will put its focus on slowing the Boilermaker passing attack, but can’t sell out so much that an anemic run game bites at some point.
Parker Gabriel crunches the numbers that could result in 6, as in the number of wins needed for Nebraska to sneak into a bowl game this season.
Scott Frost has enough headaches without his boss trying to influence staff decisions.
The Cornhuskers inexplicably, incomprehensibly showed up without energy again Saturday – for the first time, actually, since August.
A deep dive on Nebraska’s production (and lack thereof) in two-minute situations under Scott Frost, with input from Matt Lubick and Mario Verduzco.
How many more times will Nebraska knock on the door before finally rising up and knocking it down? That's how Parker Gabriel kicks this one off.
Last season, Nebraska's longest passing play was 45 yards, and the "pass" traveled less than 1 yard. This year? It's a different story.
What's the next step for the Huskers? “We need to bring up the other side of the ball and then special teams too," says one budding Blackshirt.
Nebraska didn't cash in big either time, but in the past two games it may have found something to continue trying this season.
Scott Frost gave a "pretty simple" explanation to the pivotal botched punt before diving into a long breakdown of why NU is left feeling dejected.
Nebraska's O-line will have to clean up the communication quickly, because Spartan Stadium figures to be loud Saturday night.