The 2017 season was the nadir, as Nebraska went 4-8 overall and 3-6 in the Big Ten. Fans had inkling things were gonna be bad when the Huskers almost got dumped in their season opener vs. … Arkansas State. Things didn't get much better the rest of the way.
The Associated Press released its 2017 All-Big Ten team Wednesday afternoon, and Penn State RB Saquon Barkley and Iowa LB Josey Jewell highlight the honorees.
Meet Scott Frost, the man who will make Nebraska matter again. That’s the hope across the state, from Scottsbluff to Wahoo. Husker Nation is aching to be big-time again. And the arrival of Frost appears to be a great step in that direction.
With the ink drying on the 2017 Big Ten season, why not look toward 2018? Which teams could be here next December? Don’t be shocked if we have a rematch of the 2016 Big Ten title tilt.
Scott Frost, the native son who quarterbacked Nebraska to a share of the national championship 20 years ago, is returning to the Cornhuskers as coach after orchestrating a stunning two-year turnaround at Central Florida.
Say “hello” to Scott Frost, the man who is gonna save Nebraska football. Well, at least that’s the hope. Nebraska named the program's former quarterback and UCF coach as Mike Riley's replacement.
On Tuesday, it was all about the defense and special teams. Today, it's time to shine the spotlight on the offense. Here are the 2017 All-Big Ten Offensive Teams.
The 2017 All-Big Ten Football Teams are being released in three installments. To start things off, the conference is shining the spotlight on the defensive and special teams stars.
Any talk about Big Ten freshmen begins and ends with Wisconsin RB Jonathan Taylor. The first-year sensation set several records this season, and he highlights BTN.com’s 2017 All-Freshman Team. View the full team inside.
Things held steady at the top of my latest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal, as we brace for the Wisconsin-Ohio State Big Ten title game. The fast-riser? Purdue.