DENVER (AP) — Take the word of a Pro Bowl pass rusher who's expended a lot of energy chasing him around: Patrick Mahomes is the best QB in the business at the moment. Read more
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Before taking the field each week, Raheem Mostert seeks out motivation.
Baylor hired LSU defensive coordinator Dave Aranda as its new head coach Thursday, three days after the Tigers completed their undefeated national championship.
Antonio Gates, who became one of the most prolific tight ends in the NFL without playing a down of college football, announced his retirement Tuesday.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Joseph “Joe” Roberson, the University of Michigan athletic director who served during the football team's national championship season in 1997, died Monday, school officials said. He was 84.
STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — The opportunity to coach in a talent-rich area helped persuade Mike Leach make the decision to leave Washington State and accept the Mississippi State job, giving him the chance to test himself in the Southeastern Conference.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Indiana has promoted Nick Sheridan to offensive coordinator and running backs coach Mike Hart to associate head coach.
Two people with knowledge of the decision says Mississippi State has hired Washington State's Mike Leach as its new head coach.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota safety Antoine Winfield Jr. declared for the NFL draft Wednesday, skipping his final two years of eligibility after earning consensus All-American honors and tying the single-season program record with seven interceptions.
George Perles, who coached Michigan State to a Rose Bowl victory in 1988 and was an assistant for the dominant Pittsburgh Steelers teams of the 1970s that won four Super Bowls, died Tuesday, the school said. He was 85.
PHILADELPHIA — It’s safe to say the days of Eagles fans wanting to trade for Jadeveon Clowney are over.
Mississippi State fired Joe Moorhead after just two seasons Friday, making the unusual decision to dismiss a coach after a bowl game.
No. 3 Clemson is an underdog — again.
And the winner is ...
LINCOLN — The Nebraska football team practiced in full pads on Wednesday for just under two hours while splitting time inside the Hawks Championship Center and outside on the Ed and Joyanne Gass practice fields.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — An era is ending at the University of New Mexico as the school officially stops four sports programs, including men's soccer.
LINCOLN — Nebraska running back Devine Ozigbo put it best: the circumstances leading up to NU's 9-6 win over Michigan State at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln on Saturday could have come straight out of central casting.
LINCOLN — Not an easy job looking for storylines from Nebraska's 45-9 win over FCS opponent Bethune-Cookman in Lincoln on Saturday.
LINCOLN — Patience is the name of the game at Nebraska.
LINCOLN — Nebraska quarterback Andrew Bunch's first start at Nebraska got off to an inauspicious start against Troy in Lincoln on Saturday, ending in a turnover- and penalty-plagued 24-19 loss.
LINCOLN — In one week, a promising start to Nebraska's season went up in smoke against a team Alabama and Auburn won't schedule to play and LSU wishes it didn't.
LINCOLN — Nebraska's new-look defense under Eric Chinander isn't taking the field seeking moral victories.
LINCOLN — Lightning rarely strikes twice in the same spot, unless you count the beginning of the Scott Frost era at Nebraska.
LINCOLN — As Scott Frost took the podium after Nebraska lost to old conference rival Colorado 33-28 Saturday, the first-year coach and native son was visibly upset.
CHICAGO, Ill. – BTN will air more than 14 hours of live coverage Monday and Tuesday from the 2018 Big Ten Football Media Days in Chicago.
A world leader in his field for more than three decades, Dave Ellis has been hired as the director of performance nutrition for the Nebraska athletic department.
Nebraska football coach Scott Frost announced Wednesday that Ron Brown has joined the Cornhusker football staff as director of player development.
LINCOLN — If nothing else the Nebraska spring game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln was important for sake of a program reset. Though Nebraska football has been in this spot way too many times in the past 20 years, this feels different for a few key reasons.
LINCOLN — Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos announced Saturday morning that the University of Nebraska has ended head football coach Mike Riley’s employment effective immediately.
LINCOLN — The Nebraska blood was pumping again Saturday in Lincoln, but the life has gone out of this program.
LINCOLN — Mike Riley rested his elbows on the podium, leaned forward and bowed his head.
LINCOLN — It had all the hype, all the pageantry.
LINCOLN — It's gut-check time.
LINCOLN — Northern Illinois' two first-half interception returns for touchdowns looked as bad as it could get for Nebraska.
LINCOLN — Nebraska's performance in its 43-36 win against Arkansas State in Lincoln on Saturday can best be summed up like this: There was good, bad and ugly.
LINCOLN — In the fourth quarter, Nebraska's Terrell Newby did his usual Terrell Newby thing.
LINCOLN — Oh no, Madison's up next and this Nebraska team doesn't look ready.
LINCOLN — "Well, did you all stay for that fourth quarter?"
LINCOLN — It felt like old times at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln on Saturday.
LINCOLN — Tommy Armstrong entered the postgame interview room visibly limping on both legs, sweat covering his shirt, as he stood at the podium.
LINCOLN — Nebraska linebacker Michael Rose-Ivey was visibly upset after NU gave up its first score in the first half of the game Saturday against Wyoming in Lincoln.
LINCOLN — The last time Craig Bohl exited Memorial Stadium in Lincoln he was perhaps the most-maligned defensive coordinator in Nebraska football history.
"Well, hello! We're glad to be here in York … just kidding!"
Here is what former Husker and Hastings native Adam Carriker had to say this week about the Nebraska football team and their opponents:
LINCOLN – Nebraska offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf knew something was different about a particular play call Saturday against Southern Mississippi in Lincoln.
LINCOLN — In one week Nebraska went from running back by committee to the Terrell Newby show.
LINCOLN – Back in the day it was a cliché on football Saturdays in Nebraska — that first game was always a bit rusty, but NU would almost always show vast improvements in game two.
LINCOLN — BYU backup quarterback Tanner Mangum rolled to his right and heaved a prayer — and 6-foot, 6-inch wide receiver Mitch Mathews answered it, snatching the Hail Mary pass in front of a Nebraska defender to seal the game’s fate.