Ron Brown has worked with Scott Frost since Frost took the head coaching job at Nebraska.
Will the wind chill crest above 0 degrees today? Eh, maybe not. But we can take a drive anyway and crank the heat.
The Indianapolis native touts a 6-foot, 235-pound frame and is known as a powerful runner who will bring experience to a young Husker backfield.
Peetz, a native of O'Neill, was a walk-on for Nebraska during the early 2000s.
Dedrick Mills: "The more I ran the ball between the tackles the more they didn't want to hit me."
The smoke and tear gas hadn’t yet cleared Nebraska’s biggest cities when a small town’s only Black man and its star running back organized the most peaceful protest.
Nebraska's coaches knew they had to get bigger to compete in the Big Ten — and not just on the offensive and defensive lines.
Gabe Ervin's coach says college coaches have been intrigued to see a "big body running" on the track in Buford, Georgia.
An example of the caveats surrounding coronavirus testing reared its head Saturday, costing a freshman a chance to play against Purdue.
Each of the past two seasons, Nebraska's top back at the end of the year wasn’t the same player as it was for the season opener.
This fall, we highlight some Huskers who shined bright under Friday night lights. Next up is running back Rahmir Johnson.
A wide-ranging notebook begins with Jurgens, ends with seniors cherishing the moment — with a look at RBs, Blackshirts and more in between.
How did the Huskers fare in four stats that were talking points in the week leading up to Friday's game?
Heaven knows Nebraska needs versatile weapon Wan'Dale Robinson to stay healthy. He takes pressure off the overworked QBs.
Among other RB-related topics, Ryan Held had uplifting words for Dedrick Mills after the senior's modest start to the season.
Carson Rohde spent all of high school running the football. In college, he's going to transition to snapping it.
Former NU I-back Jeff Kinney recalls a physical game at Iowa State in 1970. "Probably one of the dirtiest I ever played in," he says.
The "bell cow" Dedrick Mills is spotlighted through his high school days, where his two-way talent piqued college's curiosity.
Nebraska's preparation for Wisconsin won't change no matter who the Badgers' quarterback may be, Frost said.
If Nebraska is to pull off a massive upset of Ohio State, tailback Dedrick Mills almost certainly will have to play a lead role.
Redshirt freshman linebacker and Omaha Burke grad Nick Henrich could be in for a big workload at outside linebacker this fall.
The declaration marks a big milestone for the Georgia native, who has battled a rash of knee injuries going back to his junior year of high school.
Much of this opening list is going to be guesswork. After all, it’s been a 10-month offseason. Even so, here's what we came up with.
Dedrick Mills will get plenty of chances this season to run the ball as NU's "bell cow" back. He's probably kicking the stall in anticipation.
Nebraska coaches didn't know if Ronald Thompkins would ever be healthy enough to play college ball. Now he's in the mix in NU's backfield.