Your home on the Web for Husker football.
Big Red Today: Follow Husker news as it happens, all day, every day.
Do you have a question for our beat writers? Send it to email@example.com, then catch the video roundtable, where our Husker experts will answer new questions every week. Be sure to include your name and hometown in your e-mail.
Officials with the College World Series and USA Swimming couldn't resolve overlapping schedules, so the Olympic trials will go elsewhere.
For full details, see Wednesday’s Omaha World-Herald
Need a paper? Subscribe, find a single copy vendor or learn more about the e-Edition
Nebraska compensated for its poor first half shooting by applying enough defensive pressure to keep Oral Roberts from settling into its own offensive groove Tuesday night. The Huskers (6-1), who shot just 32 percent before halftime, made five of their first seven field goals to start the second half, capping an 18-2 run and creating enough cushion to coast to a 70-51 win before 2,195 in the Devaney Center.
Sydney Anderson's dreams of playing in college volleyball's final four have been simmering on the back burner for longer than she cares to remember. Since transfering from Utah she has made a big impact with No.4 NU.
The Huskers (5-0) got one point, tying them with Navy at the end of the group of 19 other schools receiving votes. The last time NU appeared in the Top 25 was at No. 19 the first week of January in the 1994-95 season.
Mike Leach can look back on this football season and know he led Texas Tech to its best one yet.
He has been awarded the Confrence coach of the year award. Leading his Red Raiders to a school-record 11 wins.
What's on Tom's mind? What's on your mind?
Read World-Herald columnist Tom Shatel's columns and updates or find out his answers to your burning sports questions in our Omaha.com exclusive.
Come on in ... this is Tom's home on the Web.
Welcome to the Omaha World-Herald’s newest place for all things Mixed Martial Arts. This space will be dedicated to following Mixed Martial Arts with coverage of professional events from across the nation, in addition to keeping an eye on what is happening here in our own backyard.
For 20 years, Stu Pospisil has covered Nebraska high school sports statewide for The World-Herald. In Stu's Views only on Omaha.com Stu offers even more news and analysis. Check back often for his updates!
Gone are the days when you had to look for the latest news on your favorite teams in more than one place on Omaha.com! Starting now, you'll find what you are looking for on the special page for your school or sport - everything from the latest game summary to archived photo galleries and multimedia. Just follow the links below. You'll want to bookmark your favorites:
Mav Central: Home for all UNO sports
The Jay Page: Everything Creighton
High Schools (Winter Sports): Basketball Wrestling Swimming
Outdoors: Hunting, fishing, running, biking, golf