Nebraska's Sept. 13 football game at Fresno State will be televised in prime time on the CBS Sports Network and will kick off at 9:30 p.m. Central time.

Nebraska's newest football commit for the 2015 recruiting class is the kind of wide receiver who can do damage all over the field.
Austin Darby had three hits and four runs batted in as he led Husker hitters in a 17-hit, 17-6 victory over the University of Nebraska at Omaha...
Point guard Tarin Smith signed a national letter of intent to play for the Huskers on Wednesday.
McKewon: Serious contender looms behind spring game comedy curtain
This 2014 club is perhaps closest to the 2009 unit that nearly took down Texas in Cowboys Stadium, Sam McKewon writes.
Delany: No matter how many teams it adds, the Big Ten's name will likely never change
"The name represents a series of characteristics. Brand characteristics," Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany said Wednesday.
NU’s Malone could do a quick 180 in javelin
As a native Nebraskan, Maggie Malone came to compete for the NU track and field team with dreams of someday earning All-America honors for her home-state school.
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Murren leaves Huskers for Wayne State; Tvrdy to CSU
Former Nebraska basketball players Sadie Murren and Hannah Tvrdy found new homes. Murren will transfer to Wayne State for her final two seasons and Tvrdy will play for Colorado State.
Huskers roll past Kansas State
Nebraska felt the sweet satisfaction of outslugging Kansas State on Tuesday, salvaging one victory in a three-game series against NU's former Big 12 rivals, 14-5, at Haymarket Park.
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Mavs' Schultz shining on diamond as UNO prepares to face Huskers
Alex Schultz the baseball player is still a work in progress, which says a lot about what the sophomore could accomplish before his UNO career is over.
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Two Husker games get prime-time TV slot
Nebraska's 2014 games against Miami and Michigan State will be televised in prime time on the ESPN family of networks, the Big Ten and ESPN/ABC announced Tuesday.
Tulsa selects NU's Jordan Hooper in second round
The Shock picked the Big Ten Player of the Year and three-time All-American with the 13th overall pick and the first pick of the second round.
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Gordon sees Badgers as playoff contenders
Forgive Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen for feeling frazzled as he reviewed the depth chart for spring football.
Husker Talk Live: Replay
Replay Tuesday's "Husker Talk Live" chat with World-Herald staff writer Sam McKewon to track the spring football discussion and more.
In search of post presence, Huskers hope to land former Hoya
No breaking news came out of Nebraska's weekend of basketball recruiting visits, but those with knowledge of the events expressed hope of decisions coming soon.
Staying close to home is best move for Allick
From Japan to Texas to Iowa, and finally, to Lincoln, the Allick family had built the tight-knit bonds of a military family regularly on the move. So when their oldest daughter had college volleyball scholarship offers all over the country, Sarah Allick decided no more uprooting.
Huskers’ Knighten, Lockman earn conference honors
Nebraska’s Marjani Knighten and Emily Lockman both earned Big Ten weekly honors Monday, with Knighten taking freshman of the week and Lockman getting pitcher of the week.
Lunch with Tom: Replay
Hungry for some sports chat? Replay “Lunch with Tom” with sports columnist Tom Shatel in which he discusses the latest sports headlines.
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McKewon: Serious contender looms behind spring game comedy curtain
This 2014 club is perhaps closest to the 2009 unit that nearly took down Texas in Cowboys Stadium, Sam McKewon writes.
Hooper not sure what to expect with WNBA draft
As of Saturday afternoon, former Nebraska women’s basketball star Jordan Hooper wasn’t quite sure where she’d watch Monday’s WNBA draft.
Huskers sweep Gophers for sixth straight Big Ten win
Nebraska swept Minnesota with another late rally Sunday, scoring the winning run on Steven Reveles' 10th-inning single for a 3-2 win.
Big Ten baptism by fire for Rutgers
A four-game stretch that includes Nebraska will test Rutgers in the team’s first season in the conference.
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Backup I-back, playful Pelini steal spring game show
Nebraska junior I-back Imani Cross and the play of backup quarterbacks Ryker Fyfe and Johnny Stanton highlighted Saturday's spring game — after the latest twist in an ongoing gag between coach Bo Pelini and his Twitter doppleganger upstaged the game.
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Shatel: Plenty of good vibes, from coach to quarterbacks
NU's final spring practice Saturday brought some positive vibes that should carry through spring and into late summer.
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Huskers drilled all spring on fundamentals of bringing back kicks
Nebraska's kick return game was out of sight at Saturday's Red-White football scrimmage, but don't think that key element of the sport has been out of mind this spring.
DeLeon tosses another complete game as Huskers win
Nebraska senior Christian DeLeon went the distance for the second straight week in a 5-2 win over Minnesota on Saturday.


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