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Nebraska kicker Drew Brown shared on Monday that he plans to honor Sam Foltz in the East-West Shrine Game.

Nebraska’s Drew Brown to honor Sam Foltz; are Scott Frost and Urban Meyer alike?

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Drew Brown to honor Sam Foltz

Nebraska kicker Drew Brown plans to honor his fallen friend and teammate Sam Foltz by wearing No. 27 at the East-West Shrine Game.

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2 of the same?

When it comes to recruiting, Tom Lemming sees a similarity between Nebraska coach Scott Frost and Ohio State coach Urban Meyer.

Love for Scott Frost

Nebraska defensive end Caleb Tannor’s high school coach loves Scott Frost’s plan for the Huskers, and that’s great news on the recruiting trail.

Visits, visits, visits

The Nebraska coaching staff has hit the recruiting trail once again, which meant there were quite a few in-home visits on Monday.

A new opportunity

Former Nebraska offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh has found a new opportunity. He has been hired at Syracuse as their OL coach, per reports.

Expected to play

After being sidelined on Dec. 17 because of a knee sprain, former Huskers star and current New England Patriots RB  Rex Burkhead is expected to play for in AFC Championship Game.

Realistic expectations

It may only be January, but many are starting to project Frost’s first season with Nebraska. ESPN’s Mark Schlabach wants fans to temper expectations just a bit due to the Huskers’ difficult 2017 season.

Jordy Tshimanga returning

After a few days away from the team, coach Tim Miles confirmed on Monday that Nebraska center Jordy Tshimanga will return on Tuesday.

Another B1G win for Nebrasketball

Nebraska basketball got a much-needed win over Illinois Monday evening when James Palmer Jr. sank a last-second 3-pointer for the 64-63 win. Talk about quite the way to win.

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