As the Big Ten Conference released the 2020 football schedule Wednesday, they also noted that schedules and protocols for other fall sports, including volleyball, are still being decided. But the conference said competition won’t start until September 5th at the earliest.
Home games in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge and against Creighton highlight the 2020-21 Nebraska men’s basketball non-conference schedule released Monday. The 11-game slate also includes previously announced games against Kansas State in Kansas City, and three games in the Myrtle Beach Invitational in mid-November.
On Saturday, former Husker quarterback and Heisman winner Eric Crouch spoke and took part in the NOT ONE MORE LIFE.March. The event was started by former Husker defensive back Kieron Williams, who is friends with Crouch.
Kieron Williams is used to the spotlight at Memorial Stadium and now he'll be front and center at the Nebraska State Capitol. The former Husker is helping lead the NOT ONE MORE LIFE.March on Saturday in LIncoln.
Nebraska freshman defensive back Henry Gray has entered the transfer portal, according to his Twitter account. Gray tweeted Friday that his "recruitment is now 100% open" saying that he's transferring due to an unanticipated family situation.
With seven commits from Florida in the 2020 class, Scott Frost and the Huskers are making the Sunshine State a priority. Two of those commits are from Northwestern High School in Miami, the same school that produced Husker great Lavonte David.
With many sports being cancelled, the Nebraska volleyball program had some fun interacting with fans on Saturday. Co-captain Nicklin Hames was joined by assistant coaches in rewatching the 2019 win over Penn State.
Despite the second half of his senior season being cut, Luke Siedhoff is thankful for his Husker career on the track. The hurdler from Crete grew into a two-time All-American all while having good grades and putting in plenty of volunteer hours.
On Saturday, April 18, Nebraska Athletics will stream a video game simulation of a Red-White Nebraska Football Spring Game in Memorial Stadium. Fans are asked to stay home and show their support in a big way.