Having examined the top tier of quarterbacks for the 2020 NFL Draft - at least as they stand right now - we can turn to the next group of quarterbacks. Now these three passers could find their way into the first round as well. Whether due to their ra…
The former UW nose tackle, who has been a student-assistant coach with the Badgers this season, was drafted Tuesday by the Houston Roughnecks of the XFL, a league set to make its re-entry into the pro sports landscape this spring.
State Journal beat reporters Colten Bartholomew and Jim Polzin dive into a number of topics surrounding the University of Wisconsin football team.
LINCOLN — Nebraska running back Maurice Washington’s next court hearing in California is on Thursday in an ongoing case regarding two charges, including one felony.
LINCOLN — Nebraska will pay Southeastern Louisiana $600,000 to play at Memorial Stadium on Nov. 13, 2021, according to a university contract.
Omaha Westside’s Grant Tagge is the newest member of Nebraska’s 2020 walk-on class. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound senior announced his commitment Wednesday morning.
The last time the Bears saw Teddy Bridgewater, the then-Vikings second-year starter was ringing up a career-high 154.4 passer rating in his third consecutive victory in that NFC North rivalry en route to Minnesota’s first division title under head co…
Nebraska has no shortage of frustration to go around through the season’s first seven games, particularly on offense. Sophomore receiver Kade Warner is finally healthy -- and he hopes to make a difference as the Huskers march forward.
Jonathan Taylor hinted during during an appearance on The Rich Eisen Show that this season may be his last with the University of Wisconsin football team.
Undrafted rookie free agent wide receiver Darrius Shepherd committed two turnovers in win against Lions.
Texas A&M punter and kickoff specialist Braden Mann made the Associated Press’ midseason All-America first team for the second straight season.
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Texas A&M’s athletic programs posted their second-highest NCAA Graduation Success Rate at 82% in the period covered over the report released Wednesday.
Former Montana State linebacker Alex Singleton was promoted to the Philadelphia Eagles active roster from the practice squad, which was announced Wednesday.
AUBURN — Gus Malzahn does his best to keep his team from buying in to both hype and negativity. Auburn didn’t get too high when it was getting patted on the back after demolishing Mississippi State on Sept. 28, the head coach said. It didn’t feel like the sky was falling after it suffered a disappointing loss at Florida a week later.
TUSCALOOSA — You’ll have to excuse Terrell Lewis for being a little voracious, he’s got a lot of making up to do after missing 25 games with injuries over the last two seasons.
Something about Mitch Trubisky seemed different at Halas Hall Wednesday, and if what I sensed is accurate, it was a change for the better.
Nebraska will not only take its football team but also its marching band to Ireland in 2021 when the Huskers open the season in Dublin against Illinois, according to a copy of the contract between NU and Irish American Events Limited obtained by the Journal Star.
BOISE — Looking for ways to keep the energy up at practice as a long, grueling season reached the midway point, Boise State’s offensive coaches came up with an idea prior to last week’s game against Hawaii.
Kyle Fuller told Bears Insider on Wednesday that he won't see a tougher receiver this season than the one he'll battle Sunday, fellow first-team All Pro Michael Thomas, whom the New Orleans Saints selected in the second round of the 2016 draft (No. 4…
Matt McGloin knew for weeks what became official Tuesday: His career in professional football is not over; that the chance he convinced himself would eventually come has finally found him.
LINCOLN — There might have been 50 people in the Big Ten meeting. But John Anthony, as he pitched the potential of a league team playing a game in Ireland, only had eyes for Bill Moos, the athletic director who represented the team he wanted most.
LINCOLN — As Nebraska continues its bye week after a 34-7 loss to Minnesota, NU coach Scott Frost issued an open invitation to the program's freshmen to make a move during this week's practices to help the team over its final five games.