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Lincoln - The Blackshirts forced five South Alabama turnovers and the Cornhuskers scored three non-offensive touchdowns in the second half, as the No. 24 Nebraska football team worked its way to a 35-21 season-opening win at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Playing in front of the NCAA-record 369th consecutive sellout of nearly 90,000 fans at Memorial Stadium and an ESPN national television audience, Nebraska got a 38-yard interception return for a touchdown from Eric Lee Jr. on the first drive of the second half. The Huskers also got a fumble return for a touchdown by Alex Davis on forced fumble by Cam Taylor on the first play of the fourth quarter to lead a bevy of big plays by the Blackshirt defense.

In between the two scores by the defense, the Huskers got a 76-yard punt return touchdown from junior JD Spielman to give the Big Red three non-offensive scores in a span of 15:07 to start the second half. Lee added his second career interception in the fourth quarter, while Lamar Jackson caused a first-quarter fumble for the Blackshirts.

The strong performance by the defense allowed the Huskers to overcome a less than spectacular effort by the offense in the second half. The Huskers ran only 17 offensive plays in the second half for just 66 total yards, and South Alabama was able to cash in a pair of Husker turnovers for 14 points in the half.

In the game, Nebraska managed just 276 total yards, including just 66 in the second half. South Alabama produced 314 total yards on 79 plays, including 222 yards on 47 plays after halftime.

Husker sophomore quarterback Adrian Martinez completed 13-of-22 passes for 178 yards on the day, hitting 2-of-3 passes for 19 yards in the second half. Tight end Jack Stoll led the receiving corps with 66 yards on three receptions, while true freshman Wan'Dale Robinson added three receptions for 33 yards and Spielman pitched in a pair of catches for 36 yards.

Junior running back Dedrick Mills led the Huskers with 15 carries for 44 yards for the game. Sophomore running back Maurice Washington added 39 yards on six carries - all in the second half - while Robinson contributed four carries for 21 yards. As a team, the Huskers managed 98 rushing yards on 44 carries.

Quarterback Cephus Johnson completed 19-of-34 passes for 231 yards and two touchdowns for South Alabama, but he also threw three interceptions and was sacked four times. Johnson rushed 18 times for nine yards and a touchdown. Tra Minter led the South Alabama ground game with 37 yards on 10 carries, but the Jaguars managed just 83 rushing yards on 44 carries against a stout Blackshirt defense. Minter added five receptions for 47 yards, while Kawaan Baker pitched in 59 yards on four catches and Cade Sutherland contributed four catches for 53 yards.

In a first half that was primarily controlled by the defenses, Nebraska managed 210 yards of total offense, while holding South Alabama to 92 total yards. Martinez completed 11-of-19 passes for 159 yards in the half, but the Huskers struggled to get rolling on the ground, producing just 51 yards on 30 carries. Mills led the Husker ground game with 31 yards on 14 carries, including a pair of short touchdown runs that staked Nebraska to a 14-7 halftime lead.

Lee made the Nebraska defense's biggest play of the game on the first drive of the second half, when he bolted to a Johnson pass toward the South Alabama sideline and intercepted it on his way to a 38-yard touchdown return. Lee's first career interception gave the Big Red a 21-7 lead with 13:11 left in the third quarter.

Lee's big defensive play, preceded a huge special teams play by Spielman less than two minutes later, when Spielman raced 76 yards down the South Alabama sideline for his second career punt return touchdown. Spielman, who initially bobbled the 49-yard punt by South Alabama's Jack Brooks, secured the ball in the middle of the field and made a pair of Jaguars miss before breaking outside for the score to give Nebraska a 28-7 lead with 11:32 left in the quarter. 

After the Blackshirts notched their third consecutive stop to open the second half, a high, wobbly punt was fumbled by Spielman at the 29 and recovered by South Alabama at the Nebraska 13 with 8:11 left in the quarter. The Jaguars capitalized three plays later on a nine-yard touchdown pass from Johnson to Davyn Flenord to cut Nebraska's lead to 28-14 with 6:47 left.

Nebraska's offense finally ran its first play of the second half with 6:47 left in the quarter, and quickly marched into South Alabama territory, before Martinez threw his first interception of the season to end the possession. The Jaguars turned the Huskers' second straight turnover into points with a 13-yard Johnson touchdown pass to Khameron Taylor to cut Nebraska's lead back to 28-21.

South Alabama opened the fourth quarter with the ball and momentum trailing by just one score, but Cam Taylor hit Johnson from the backside and forced a fumble that was recovered by Alex Davis in the end zone to give Nebraska a 35-21 lead on the first play of the fourth quarter. That play gave Nebraska a two-score lead, and the Blackshirts made it hold up by shutting out the Jaguars the rest of the way.

Senior linebacker Mohamed Barry led the Blackshirts with 12 tackles, while Taylor added five tackles, including two tackles for 16 yards lost. He also hauled in his first career interception and returned it 48 yards in the second half. Lee pitched in four tackles and the first two interceptions of his career while adding a breakup. As a team, the Blackshirts produced 10 tackles for 49 yards lost, including four sacks for 32 yards. 

Nebraska returns to action next weekend for its first road game at former conference rival Colorado. Kickoff between the Big Red and the Buffaloes in Boulder is set for 2:30 p.m. (CT) on FOX.

#24 Nebraska 35, South Alabama 21
Memorial Stadium (Lincoln)
Saturday, Aug. 31, 2019

Scoring Summary
First Quarter (7-7)

12:19 - NEB - Dedrick Mills 1 run (Dylan Jorgensen kick), 9 plays, 81 yards, 2:41, NEB 7-0
5:32 - USA - Cephus Johnson 3 run (Frankie Onate kick), 9 plays, 41 yards, 3:10, 7-7

Second Quarter (NEB 14-7)
9:15 - NEB - Mills 1 run (Jorgensen kick), 12 plays, 42 yards, 4:24, NEB 14-7

Third Quarter (NEB 28-21)
13:11 - NEB - Eric Lee Jr. 38 INT return (Jorgensen kick), NEB 21-7
11:32 - NEB - JD Spielman 76 punt return (Jorgensen kick), NEB 28-7
6:47 - USA - Davyn Flenord 9 pass from Johnson (Onate kick), 3 plays, 13 yards, 1:24, NEB 28-14
2:17 - USA - Khameron Taylor 13 pass from Johnson (Onate kick), 6 plays, 58 yards, 2:42, NEB 28-21

Fourth Quarter (NEB 35-21)
14:53 - NEB - Alex Davis fumble recovery in end zone (Jorgensen kick), NEB 35-21

Kickoff Time: 11:02 a.m. (CT)
Time of Game: 3:27

LINCOLN, Neb. - The second-ranked Nebraska volleyball team began the 2019 season with a 3-1 (25-19, 24-26, 25-17, 25-21) victory over No. 18 Creighton at the Husker Invitational on Friday night in front of a standing-room only crowd of 8,450 at the Devaney Center. 

Lexi Sun posted a team-high 13 kills, and Capri Davis added 10 kills off the bench for the Huskers. Nebraska (1-0) held Creighton to a .067 hitting percentage while hitting .181 on the night. NU had eight blocks, five of which came from Callie Schwarzenbach

Lauren Stivrins had nine kills on 15 swings, hitting .500 on the night. Jazz Sweet terminated seven times, and Madi Kubik had five kills. Kenzie Knuckles had a match-high 22 digs in her first match as a Husker. Nicklin Hames had 35 assists and 15 digs to go with four service aces. Megan Miller added 14 digs. 

Keeley Davis led Creighton with 13 kills. Jaela Zimmerman added 12 kills and 10 digs. 

Set 1: The Huskers bolted to a 12-5 lead with a 6-0 run after Creighton had cut it to 6-5. Kubik had three kills in a span of four rallies to force a Creighton timeout. Sweet had three early kills for the Big Red as well. Creighton rallied with a 4-0 run to pull within 13-10 and force a Husker timeout. The Huskers responded with a 4-0 spurt, which began with back-to-back kills by Sun. Sun found the floor again following a long rally to increase the lead to 18-13. Hames served three consecutive aces, interrupted briefly by a Bluejay timeout, and the Huskers built the lead to 21-13. Davis came off the bench to get a kill for the Huskers for a 23-18 lead. Stivrins earned set point for the Big Red with her second kill of the night, and the Huskers claimed the 25-19 win on another Davis kill. The Huskers hit .243 but held Creighton to just .032 hitting in the set. 

Set 2: Sun had two kills and an ace to get the Huskers off to a 6-2 advantage. The Bluejays battled back to take a 10-9 lead on back-to-back kills by Keeley Davis. Creighton led 14-12 when a Bluejay hitting error and Davis kill tied the set at 14-14. Megan Ballenger answered with two kills for Creighton to restore a 16-14 lead. Davis answered again and Creighton misfired twice to give Nebraska a 17-16 edge. Stivrins and Hames stuffed a Bluejay attack to push the NU lead to two at 19-17. The teams traded sideouts for nine consecutive rallies until Creighton stuffed a Husker attack to tie the set at 23-23. Creighton committed a service error after a Husker timeout, giving the Big Red set point at 24-23. But Zimmernan found the floor to knot the score at 24-24, and she followed that with an ace for set point for Creighton. Davis hit long to give Creighton the 26-24 win. 

Set 3: The Husker defense got involved early in set three with back-to-back blocks by Schwarzenbach, one with Sweet and one with Davis. Davis posted a kill and combined with Stivrins for a block, and the Huskers built a 10-3 lead on a 4-0 Miller serving run. Stivrins posted three kills in a short stretch of time to put the Huskers up 12-5, and Sun, added two kills and a block to make it 16-8. Three straight Creighton kills sliced a 19-10 Husker lead to 19-13, but the Huskers responded with three points of their own, two of which came on kills by Stivrins and Sun. The Huskers finished off the 25-17 win, holding Creighton to -.065 hitting in the frame. 

Set 4: With the Huskers trailing 5-4, Sweet, Davis and Hames posted consecutive kills to put the Huskers up 7-5. Stivrins and Sun produced kills to make it 10-7, but the Jays scored four of the next five to tie the score at 11-11. Davis put the Huskers up 14-12 with her ninth kill. Davis recorded a solo block to keep the lead at two, and Stivrins smashed a kill to make it 17-14. The Bluejays scored the next three points, however, to tie the score at 17-17. With the score tied 21-21, Sweet terminated and Creighton hit into the net for a 23-21 lead. Davis tooled a block for match point at 24-21, and the match ended on a Creighton hitting error. 

Up Next: The Huskers will face UCLA on Saturday at 7 p.m. on NET and the Husker Sports Network, after Creighton faces Baylor in the 4:30 p.m. match. Baylor swept UCLA in the early match on Friday, 25-20, 25-16, 25-20. 

Thursday (08/29/2019)

Arthur County 58, Hyannis 25
Bloomfield 56, Winside 0
Central Valley 58, Riverside 20
Elkhorn Valley 56, Elgin Public/Pope John 26
Millard South 53, Gretna 7
Omaha Burke 16, Lincoln Southeast 14
Papillion-LaVista South 42, Papillion-LaVista 14
St. Mary's 40, Boyd County 0
Twin Loup 44, Anselmo-Merna 22

Adams Central 24, Aurora 8

Allen 44, Cedar Bluffs 6

Alma 38, Bertrand 24

Archbishop Bergan 16, Logan View-Scribner-Snyder 15

Ashland-Greenwood 37, Fort Calhoun 14

Axtell 28, Loomis 20

Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur 38, Hartington Cedar Catholic 29

Bayard 42, Leyton/Banner County 26

Bellevue West 63, Lincoln High 6

Bishop Neumann 42, Boys Town 14

Blair 21, Plattsmouth 14

Blue Hill 46, Meridian 8

Brady 56, Paxton 0

Burwell 42, North Central 0

Centennial 48, Syracuse 7

Central City 41, St. Paul 12

Chadron 46, Gordon/Rushville 6

Cody-Kilgore 54, McPherson County/Stapleton 12

Columbus 27, Norfolk 24, OT

Columbus Lakeview 55, Fillmore Central 6

Columbus Scotus 27, Aquinas 19

Crawford 44, Edgemont, S.D. 18

Creek Valley 58, Eustis-Farnam 40

Crete 33, Lexington 14

David City 19, Stanton 12

Doniphan-Trumbull 58, Wood River 0

Dorchester 62, Walthill 13

Dundy County-Stratton 56, Perkins County 8

East Butler 30, Guardian Angels 20

Elkhorn Mount Michael 20, Ralston 12

Elkhorn South 34, Elkhorn 7

Elm Creek 21, Overton 0

Elmwood-Murdock 74, Johnson-Brock 42

Elwood 48, Arapahoe 8

Fairbury 14, Auburn 12

Falls City 17, Milford 6

Falls City Sacred Heart 56, Nebraska City Lourdes 18

Franklin 48, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 34

Fremont 21, Lincoln Northeast 0

Fullerton 34, Arcadia-Loup City 26

Gothenburg 27, Chase County 6

Grand Island 32, Kearney 31

Grand Island Central Catholic 35, Malcolm 7

Grand Island Northwest 43, Gering 0

Harvard 62, Spalding Academy 26

Hastings 30, McCook 7

Hastings St. Cecilia 28, Hershey 13

Heartland 62, Giltner 8

Hemingford 36, Mullen 31

Homer 52, Emerson-Hubbard 18

Howells/Dodge 42, Clarkson/Leigh 14

Humboldt/Table Rock-Steinauer 64, Pawnee City 12

Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family 71, Deshler 0

Kearney Catholic 56, Broken Bow 7

Laurel-Concord/Coleridge 32, Randolph 20

Lincoln East 23, Lincoln Pius X 0

Lincoln Lutheran 37, Omaha Concordia 28

Lincoln Southwest 29, Lincoln North Star 0

Louisville 35, Conestoga 0

Maxwell 66, Morrill 44

Maywood-Hayes Center 35, South Platte 19

McCool Junction def. Hampton, forfeit

Mead 74, Parkview Christian 26

Millard West 30, Millard North 0

Minden 40, Gibbon 0

Nebraska Christian 44, Thayer Central 12

Nebraska City 35, Schuyler 12

Nebraska Lutheran 26, Palmyra 23

Neligh-Oakdale 36, Clearwater/Orchard 22

Norris 26, Beatrice 21

North Bend Central 32, Johnson County Central 21

Oakland-Craig 28, Crofton 0

Ogallala 48, Holdrege 7

Omaha Brownell-Talbot 72, Omaha Christian Academy 44

Omaha Central 53, Omaha Benson 2

Omaha Creighton Prep 24, Omaha North 21

Omaha Roncalli 42, Omaha Gross Catholic 7

Omaha Skutt Catholic 49, Bennington 28

Omaha South 42, Omaha Northwest 6

Omaha Westside 35, Bellevue East 0

Ord 28, Cozad 0

Osceola-High Plains 50, Palmer 48

Osmond 38, Wausa 8

Pender 37, Winnebago 36

Pierce 35, Norfolk Catholic 14

Plainview 42, Wynot 12

Platteview 30, Lincoln Christian 29

Pleasanton 45, Ansley-Litchfield 28

Potter-Dix 40, Hay Springs 0

Ravenna 54, Amherst 10

Raymond Central 46, Douglas County West 8

Sandhills/Thedford 53, Ainsworth 30

Sandy Creek 22, Southern Valley 15

Scottsbluff 42, North Platte 21

Shelby/Rising City 7, Battle Creek 3

Sidney 14, Bridgeport 13

Silver Lake 48, Lewiston 6

Sioux County 45, Minatare 6

South Sioux City 56, Omaha Bryan 27

Southern 54, Diller-Odell 8

Sterling 50, St. Edward 6

Stuart 40, Niobrara/Verdigre 13

Sumner-Eddyville-Miller def. Elba, forfeit

Sutherland 38, South Loup 34

Sutton 17, North Platte St. Patrick's 7

Tekamah-Herman 42, Ponca 12

Tri County 36, Exeter-Milligan/Friend 20

Twin River 18, Centura 12

Valentine 20, Mitchell 7

Wahoo 47, Wayne 0

Wakefield 28, Creighton 22

Wauneta-Palisade 30, Hitchcock County 20

Waverly 28, Seward 7

Weeping Water 90, Omaha Nation 6

West Point-Beemer 34, Arlington 29

Wilber-Clatonia 54, Superior 7

Wilcox-Hildreth 34, Red Cloud 20

Wisner-Pilger 32, Cross County 24

York 30, Alliance 9

Yutan 29, Freeman 14


Listen to our football recaps from all of our games tonight. St. Paul 34, Central City 13 GICC 35, Malcolm 7 Adams Central 24, Aurora 8 Northwest 43, Gering 0 Grand Island 32, Kearney 31

08-30-19 Recaps

Lincoln -- A pair of former Huskers are playing the FIBA Basketball World Cup which begins over the weekend.  The event takes place in China from Aug. 31 to Sept. 15, and Tai Webster (New Zealand) and Jorge Brian Diaz (Puerto Rico) are competing for their respective countries in the competition.

Pool play begins on Saturday and runs until Sept. 5, when the top two teams in each pool will advance, while the bottom two teams in each group will be in their own classification round. All of the pool play games are available on ESPN+

It is the second straight time that Webster and Diaz have played in the FIBA World Cup, as both played in the 2014 event in Spain. The event was moved to the year prior to the Olympics following the 2014 FIBA World Cup.

Webster, who played at Nebraska from 2014 to 2017, is currently playing with Galatasaray in Turkey for a second consecutive season. Last year, he averaged 10.9 points, 3.7 assists and 3.0 rebounds per game in 33 games in the country’s top division. He also played in the 2018-19 Eurocup, averaging 12.5 points and 4.2 assist per game in 10 contests. At Nebraska, Webster was a three-year starter for the Huskers, earning second-team All-Big Ten honors in 2017, as he averaged 17.0 points, 5.1 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game. He was NU’s starting point guard during the 2013-14 season when Nebraska reached the NCAA Tournament.

Diaz, who played for three seasons at Nebraska (2010-12), has played professionally in his native Puerto Rico for the past seven years, helping Quebradillas to a pair of championships. At Nebraska, he enjoyed his best year in 2010-11, averaging 10.5 points and 4.4 rebounds per game to help the Huskers to 19 wins and an NIT appearance. His final season was cut short by injuries, as he played just 16 game and averaged 8.6 points per game.

Results from the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 will qualify seven nations for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The top two finishing teams in the World Cup from the Americas and Europe zones will earn qualifying places in the 2020 Olympics, as will the top finisher from Africa, Asia and Oceania. Additionally, Olympic host Japan automatically qualified, and the final four nations will qualify through four FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments that will be held in 2020 in advance of the Olympics.      


Puerto Rico Pool Play Schedule
vs. Iran                                   Aug. 31, 3:30 a.m.
vs. Spain                                Sept. 2, 7:30 a.m.
vs. Tunisia                              Sept. 4, 3:30 a.m.


New Zealand Pool Play Schedule
Vs. Brazil                                Sept. 1, 3 a.m.
vs. Montenegro                   Sept. 3, 3 a.m.
vs. Greece                             Sept. 5, 7 a.m.

Nebraska will kick off the 2019 season on Saturday at Memorial Stadium, taking on South Alabama in an 11 a.m. game.

Husker fans will see limited changes at Memorial Stadium this fall as college football celebrates its 150th season.  One significant change to the Huskers’ game-day routine will be the Unity Walk path when the team arrives at Memorial Stadium to begin preparations for each home game.

Below is a closer look at what fans should watch for at Memorial Stadium in 2019:

Unity Walk

·         The Nebraska football team will arrive at Memorial Stadium approximately two hours and 15 minutes before home games (approximately 8:40-8:45 a.m. this Saturday). Fans are encouraged to gather on the East side of Memorial Stadium to welcome the team at this time.

·         The Unity Walk will have a slightly different path this season.  After proceeding through the East Stadium loop, the team will unload the buses near the bell tower on the south side of the loop.  From there the team will walk through the parking lot on the east side of the stadium, past the national championship and Coach Devaney statues outside and enter the stadium through Gate 20.

·         Fans will be alerted when the buses depart the team hotel by a short burst of fireworks at the stadium.  This will signal that the team will arrive at the Stadium in approximately 8-10 minutes.

Spirit Squad Changes

·         Fans will notice changes to the Husker Spirit Squad for the 2019-20 season, beginning with Saturday’s game against South Alabama.

·         The Spirit Squad will resume basic stunting and tumbling as part of its regular routines, enhancing the game-day experience for Husker fans.

·         The new policy allows for tumbling and basic one-high stunting, but does not include other elements such as basket tosses and multi-level pyramid stunting.

·         The 2019-20 Husker Spirit Squad includes six male squad members.

Husker Nation Pavilion

·         The Husker Nation Pavilion will once again take place at the Ed Weir Track and as always will be free and open to the public. The primary entrance to the Husker Nation Pavilion will be on the South side of Ed Weir Stadium near the columns.

·         The Husker Nation Pavilion features various forms of family fun and games for kids of all ages. Inflatable games (weather permitting) will be a regular feature, including an obstacle course, quarterback toss, hoops tic-tac-toe, hoops hotshot, and baseball toss. Face painting will also be available.

·         Fans may sit in the Ed Weir Track and Field Stadium and have the opportunity to meet friends before the game or watch a game on the Ed Weir video board.

·         The Husker Nation Pavilion will open three hours before kickoff (8 a.m. this Saturday).

·         Updated weekly information on the Husker Nation Pavilion will be posted at

Osborne Athletic Complex Lobby

·         The Osborne Athletic Complex lobby will once again open four hours before kickoff and remain open until one hour before kickoff.

Husker Fan Shop Locations

·         Nebraska fans will have numerous locations to buy the latest Husker apparel for the 2019 season.

·         The Husker Fan Shop locations at the East Stadium (Gate 18), Pinnacle Bank Arena and the College of Business are open on a daily basis and will also be open on Husker game days.

·         Additional Husker Fan Shop locations on Saturdays will include tent or trailer locations outside the Stadium near Gate 2, Gate 22, by the Ticket Office on Stadium Drive, at the base of the pedestrian bridge at the North end of Stadium Drive and a location by the Hawks Center. Inside the Stadium, Husker Fan Shop satellite locations are near Gate 6 (West), Gate 14 (NE), Gate 12 (NW), the West Stadium Club and the East Stadium Club.


·         Each game this season, a decorated veteran of U.S. military service will take his or her post next to this unoccupied chair in honor of the more than 800 Nebraskans lost in combat, but whose fate remains “UNKNOWN.” The chair is located in North Memorial Stadium Section 33, Row 18, Seat 27.

·         Nebraska will salute all Veteran's and active military at the Oct. 26 game vs. Indiana.

The Husker Sports Network from Learfield/IMG College

·         The Husker Sports Network from Learfield/IMG College will once again begin its coverage of Nebraska football games five hours before kickoff (6 a.m. this Saturday). The network will continue with coverage for approximately four hours after the conclusion of the game, including an exclusive one-on-one interview with Head Coach Scott Frost.

Commercial Break Clocks

·         A clock showing the time remaining in each media break will again be visible in Memorial Stadium. The new feature will allow fans to know when game action will resume on the field. The commercial break clock can be found on the upper east ribbon board near the south end.


·         For the first time in 2019, open captioning of public address announcements, referee announcements and emergency messages will be available on the ribbon boards on the facades of the East and West balconies of Memorial Stadium.

Special Events for 2019 Season

·         Nebraska will celebrate numerous special events throughout the 2019 season.

·         Nebraska will take part in the College Football 150 celebration throughout the year. The Huskers will wear a uniform patch throughout the year to honor this special anniversary in the history of the game.

·         As the University of Nebraska recognizes its 150th anniversary, Homecoming festivities for the Oct. 5 game against Northwestern will focus on the N150 celebration.

·         Nebraska’s special events and recognitions will begin this weekend. 

o   On Friday, the 2019 class of the Nebraska Athletics Hall of Fame will be enshrined in a private ceremony and reception.  The class will also be honored on the field between the first and second quarter of Saturday’s game.

o   Nebraska will also honor the 50th anniversary of the Husker Power program this weekend.  A private event honoring the Husker Power 50 team will be held on Friday evening and there will be an on-field recognition during the first quarter of Saturday’s game.

·         Other special dates for the 2019 season including the following:

o   Sept. 14 vs. Northern Illinois: Red Cross Day/First Responders Day, Nebraska Football Hall of Fame

o   Oct. 5 vs. Northwestern: Homecoming, Nebraska 150

o   Oct. 26 vs. Indiana: Veteran’s Day and Military Salute

o   Nov. 29 vs. Iowa: Senior Day, Heroes Game


·         The Nebraska Athletic Ticket Office will open four hours before kickoff except for 11 a.m. games when it will open at 8 a.m.

·         For additional information on Nebraska’s game-day policies, Husker fans should visit 

·         Nebraska continues to have a clear bag policy at Memorial Stadium and all ticketed venues. More information can be found at

·         Fan drop-off attempts around the Stadium are prohibited. Uber, Lyft and other taxi drop-offs and pickups with be at 14th and Vine streets.


Lincoln – A pair of Nebraska newcomers were rated as two of the top 25 impact Junior College transfers for the upcoming season. Jervay Green and Cam Mack were both ranked by the website as two of the nation’s top impact transfers. The Husker duo were the only two Big Ten newcomers listed in the ranking.

Mack was ranked as the No. 2 impact transfer and the top point guard in the JC class. As a freshman at Salt Lake Community College, Mack averaged 19.1 points, 7.6 assists and 2.4 steals per game. He boasted a 2.8-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio while dishing out 10-or-more assists nine times in his only season at Salt Lake CC.

Green was rated as the No. 15 impact JC transfer after averaging 23.6 points, 5.7 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game at Western Nebraska CC. As a sophomore, Green shot 55 percent from the field, including 39 percent from 3-point range to earn second-team NJCAA All-America honors. He totaled six 30-point games last season, including a school-record 51-point performance.

Fans will get their first opportunity to see the newcomers in action on Friday, Sept. 27, as part of the Opening Night with Husker Hoops. Doors open at 6 p.m. for the 7 p.m. event which includes a 20-minute scrimmage and a performance by Hip-Hop superstar Rick Ross. Tickets are free, but need to be ordered in advance by visiting

• The Nebraska volleyball team begins the 2019 season with two home matches this weekend as part of the Husker Invitational. The second-ranked Huskers will play No. 18 Creighton in an in-state showdown to open the season at 7 p.m. on Friday at the Devaney Center. Then on Saturday, Nebraska will close the tournament against UCLA at 7 p.m. The other matches this weekend are Baylor vs. UCLA at 4:30 p.m. on Friday and Creighton vs. Baylor at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. Doors to the Devaney Center will open at 3:30 p.m. both days. 
• The Husker matches will be televised on NET and will be streamed on and the BTN+ app. Subscriptions start at $9.95 per month. Both matches will be broadcast on Husker Sports Network radio affiliates, including 107.3 FM in Lincoln and 105.9 FM in Omaha on Friday and AM 590 in Omaha on Saturday. A live audio stream will be provided at and also on the official Huskers app. John Baylor is in his 26th season doing play-by-play for the Husker volleyball program. Lauren (Cook) West, a former All-America setter for the Huskers, will provide color commentary. 
• Three-time AVCA All-America setter Greichaly Cepero will be honored between sets two and three on Friday. Cepero is being inducted into the Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday. A two-time Big 12 Player of the Year, Cepero was the AVCA National Player of the Year in 2000. That season, Cepero guided Nebraska to a 34-0 record and was the Most Outstanding Player at the NCAA Tournament when the Huskers won the national championship. Cepero helped Nebraska to a 123-10 record during her career, which included three conference titles and two trips to the NCAA Semifinals. She ranks third in school history in career assists.

• John Cook, Nebraska: 20th year at Nebraska (560-76); 27th year overall (721-149)
• Kirsten Bernthal Booth, Creighton: 17th year at Creighton (346-165); 20th year overall (458-206)
• Michael Sealy, UCLA: 10th year at UCLA (198-90)

Series History
• Nebraska is 18-0 all-time against Creighton. The Bluejays came as close as they ever have to taking down the Huskers last September in Omaha. Creighton took a 2-0 lead in the match at CHI Health Center Omaha, but the Huskers pulled off the comeback with 25-18, 25-22, 15-10 wins in the final three sets. It marked the first time a match between the teams has ever gone five sets. 
• Nebraska is 12-5 all-time against UCLA. The last meetings were in 2017 when the Bruins came to Lincoln for back-to-back matches in the same weekend. NU swept both matches. UCLA's last win against the Huskers came in 2009 in the Ameritas Players Challenge, 3-2. 

Scouting Creighton
• Creighton went 29-5 (18-0 BIG EAST) in 2018 and reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Bluejays, who have been to seven straight NCAA Tournaments, are picked second in the BIG EAST Preseason Coaches Poll. 
• Senior setter Madelyn Cole was a first-team All-BIG EAST selection last year after averaging 10.92 assists per set with 51 service aces last year. 
• Middle blocker Megan Ballenger returns after averaging 2.53 kills per set on .305 hitting last year. Libero Brittany Witt averaged 4.32 digs per set last season. Both are preseason All-BIG EAST selections.  

Scouting UCLA
• UCLA went 13-14 (8-12 Pac-12) in 2018 and missed the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2013. The Bruins were picked seventh in the Pac-12 Preseason Coaches Poll. 
• The Bruins return top hitter Mac May, who put up 3.69 kills per set and 34 aces as a sophomore and was an All-Pac-12 selection. 
• Outside hitter Jenny Mosser averaged 2.44 kills per set and 2.27 digs per set last season.

Three Huskers Named to Preseason All-Big Ten Team
• Nicklin Hames, Lauren Stivrins and Lexi Sun were all voted to the 14-player preseason team by the conference's head coaches. Additionally, the Huskers were picked second in the preseason poll behind Wisconsin. Minnesota was third. 
• Stivrins, a Scottsdale, Arizona native, had a breakout sophomore season to earn first-team All-Big Ten and first-team AVCA All-America honors in 2018. The Huskers' co-captain averaged 2.36 kills per set and had a hitting percentage of .421, the third-highest mark in school history and the No. 3 mark in the nation last season. Stivrins was selected to the NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team after a career-high 19 kills on .615 hitting in the championship match against No. 1 Stanford. 
• Hames, a sophomore from Maryville, Tennessee, set the Huskers to the NCAA Championship match as a true freshman. The Huskers' co-captain finished the season with 10.49 assists per set and 3.32 digs per set, along with 40 service aces, second-most on the team. Hames had 25 double-doubles during the 2018 season, which broke Jordan Larson's school record for double-doubles. She tallied a career-best 62 assists in the NCAA final against Stanford with 12 digs. 
• Sun, a junior from Encinitas, California, is Nebraska's top returning kills leader. She averaged 3.11 kills per set and 2.69 digs per set in 2018, her first season as a Husker. Sun was one of NU's top servers with 30 aces on the season, and she played a big role for the Huskers down the stretch with 19 kills and 12 digs in the NCAA Semifinal win over Illinois. 

"29,029" and "To Be Continued..."
• The 2019 Nebraska volleyball team has two slogans for the season: 29,029 and To Be Continued...
• 29,029 is the elevation in feet of Mount Everest. The Huskers, who nearly reached the peak of college volleyball in 2018 before coming up three points short against Stanford, are using the memory of that defeat to motivate them in 2019. The Huskers will play 29 regular-season matches, and Head Coach John Cook said the hardest part of climbing Mount Everest is the final 29 feet. "Many people say the elevation is 29,000 feet, forgetting the final 29 feet. We got to that 29,000 (in 2018). We didn't get that last 29 feet. All the bad things happen in the last 29 feet. People mentally let go, they're exhausted, they get stuck. Our whole theme is we've got to figure out how to get the last 29 feet." 
• The Huskers also have a team slogan of "To Be Continued..." in 2019. The slogan references the Huskers continuing what they couldn't quite finish in 2018 - winning an NCAA Championship. It also means carrying on the recent success of the program (four straight NCAA Semifinals appearances) and preparing to bring back the entire team for the 2020 season, as the Huskers have no seniors on their roster for the first time in program history. The ellipsis signifies the three points that separated the Huskers from a national championship in 2018.  

Foecke and Maloney Leave Big Shoes to Fill
• This year, the Huskers will be without two players who led the program to four straight final fours from 2015-18 in Mikaela Foecke and Kenzie Maloney. The All-Americans both graduated, leaving big production to replace at outside hitter and libero. Foecke and Maloney won two NCAA titles, two Big Ten titles and won more postseason matches than any other player in Husker history. 
• Stivrins, Hames and Sweet are among 10 returning players who will be counted on to step up for the Huskers. Jazz Sweet also returns to lead the Huskers on the right side, and sophomore Callie Schwarzenbach is back after breaking the Nebraska freshman record for blocks last season with 177. Sophomore hitter Capri Davis played a big role last year coming off the bench, and sophomore Megan Miller and Hayley junior Densberger both have a plethora of experience in the back row. 
• A group of six freshmen will help offset the loss of the most decorated senior class in school history. Three of the six newcomers - outside hitter Madi Kubik, middle blocker Riley Zuhn, libero Kenzie Knuckles - were All-Americans and ranked among the top 40 prospects in the 2019 class. The Huskers' incoming class was ranked No. 2 by  

Huskers Visit Asia in Summer of 2019
• The Nebraska volleyball team took a 17-day trip to Japan and China over the summer. The Huskers took on top professional teams from the two countries during the trip, winning about half of the sets they played. Head Coach John Cook called it "by far the best" of the five trips his teams have taken to Asia in his 20 years at Nebraska.
• In addition to the highly competitive matches, the Huskers also toured numerous sites in Asia, including the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and the Great Wall of China. With six newcomers and no seniors on the roster for the 2019 season, the trip was a great opportunity for the team to bond on and off the court, a team that will spend the next two years playing together. 
• The NCAA allows a team to take a foreign trip every four years, and Cook has made it a habit to take his team to Asia. Previous trips have usually paid off with successful seasons. In the last four seasons following a Cook-led foreign trip, Nebraska has responded by winning three conference titles and two national championships.
• Cook took his first team to Asia prior to the 2000 season, his first as Nebraska's head coach. The Huskers responded with a 34-0 season and the program's second national championship.
• In 2006, Cook took his team back to Asia and the results were the same: another national championship. The Huskers went 33-1 following their international trip and capped the national title with a 3-1 victory over Stanford in front of 17,209 fans at the Qwest Center in Omaha.
• Nebraska went back to Asia in 2010. Although NU did not win the national title that year, it did put together a 29-3 season that included a Big Ten title. Nebraska took a No. 3 ranking into the NCAA Tournament but was upset in a four-set loss at No. 11 Washington in the NCAA Regional Semifinal. 
• The Huskers' last Asia trip in 2014 with only one senior was followed by a 23-10 season. But the following year saw that young group go on to win the program's fourth national title. 

Nebraska Fans Continue Record-Setting Consecutive Sellout Streak
• Nebraska volleyball holds an NCAA women's record 253 consecutive regular-season sellouts. 
• Nebraska led the nation in attendance in 2018 for the sixth straight year since moving into the Bob Devaney Sports Center in 2013, averaging 8,205 fans per match.  
• Nebraska has ranked in the top three nationally in attendance every season since 1990 (28 straight seasons).

Huskers Ranked No. 2 in AVCA Preseason Coaches Poll
• Nebraska is ranked No. 2 in the AVCA Preseason Coaches Poll. NU began and ended last season at No. 2.
• The Huskers have been ranked No. 1 in 99 all-time polls, the most in NCAA history.
• The Huskers have been ranked in the top 10 a total of 487 times, which is also the most in NCAA history.
• Nebraska has appeared in all 542 AVCA Coaches Polls since it was established in 1982. Nebraska and Stanford are the only two programs to be ranked in every poll all-time.

AVCA Hall of Fame Head Coach John Cook Enters 20th Season at Nebraska
• Nebraska head coach John Cook is in his 20th season as the Nebraska volleyball head coach in 2019. He has led the Huskers to four national championships, nine final fours, 12 conference championships and 17 top-10 final rankings since 2000. Cook has 721 career wins and is one of the all-time winningest coaches in NCAA history. 
• Since taking over the program in 2000, Cook has led the Huskers to a nation-leading .881 win percentage in that time (560-76). 
• Under Cook, the Huskers have achieved 55 AVCA All-Americans and 19 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, both among the best in the nation. He is a two-time AVCA National Coach of the Year, earning the prestigious honor in 2000 and 2005, and a seven-time conference coach of the year, including Big Ten Coach of the Year in 2016 and 2017, his first and second Big Ten honors with the Huskers in their Big Ten era (2011-present).
• Cook is one of only four active coaches - and one of six all-time - to be a two-time AVCA National Coach of the Year and was honored in 2008 by USA Volleyball, receiving its All-Time Great Coach Award.
• Cook was inducted into the AVCA Hall of Fame in 2017, joining former Husker volleyball coach Terry Pettit in the hall. 
• Cook became the ninth active Division I head coach to reach 700 career wins in 2018. 

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2018 Record: 4-8, 3-6 Big Ten
Last Game: at Iowa (L, 28-31)
Rankings: 24 (AP)
Coach: Scott Frost
Career/NU Record: 23-15 (4th Year)/4-8 (2nd Year) 
vs. South Alabama: 0-0

2018 Record: 3-9, 2-6 Sun Belt
Last Game: Coastal Carolina (W, 31-28
Rankings: NR
Coach: Steve Campbell
Career/USA Record: 63-32 (8th Year)/3-9 (2nd Year)
vs. Nebraska: 4-5

The Matchup
The Nebraska Cornhuskers open their 130th season on Saturday by hosting the South Alabama Jaguars at Memorial Stadium. Kickoff for the 2019 season opener is set for 11 a.m. and the matchup will be televised nationally on ESPN, with radio coverage available on the Learfield IMG College Husker Sports Network.

Nebraska enters the 2019 season with a No. 24 preseason ranking in the Associated Press poll, marking the Huskers' first appearance in the preseason poll in five years. The Huskers are one of seven teams from the Big Ten Conference ranked in the AP preseason poll. The Big Ten led all conferences with seven teams ranked in the preseason poll, and the seven ranked teams tied the conference record for the most teams appearing in the preseason AP top 25. Nebraska also received the most votes among non-ranked teams in the USA Today coaches' poll.

Scott Frost will lead his second Husker team against a South Alabama squad that also features a second-year head coach in Steve Campbell. The Jaguars went 3-8 in Campbell's first season, including a season-ending victory over Coastal Carolina. Frost guided Nebraska to a 4-8 record in his debut season in Lincoln. The Huskers improved dramatically throughout the course of the season, winning four of their final six games with both losses in that stretch coming on the road to teams that ended the 2018 season ranked and are in the 2019 preseason top-25 polls.

Nebraska is 1-0 all-time against South Alabama, and the Huskers are 9-1 against current Sun Belt teams.

Series History
Nebraska kicks off its 130th season on Saturday by facing South Alabama for just the second time in program history but for the second time in five seasons. The first meeting between the teams came on Sept. 12, 2015, with the Huskers defeating the Jaguars 48-9 at Memorial Stadium.

• In the only previous meeting in 2015, Nebraska rolled up 561 yards of total offense with more than 300 yards passing and 250 yards rushing. Defensively, NU held the Jaguars to 19 rushing yards on 24 carries, the fewest rushing yards Nebraska had allowed in 20 games.

• The Huskers' 2015 win against South Alabama marked the 875th victory in the history of Nebraska football. At the time, Nebraska was just the fourth school to reach 875 all-time wins, joining Michigan, Notre Dame and Texas. It also marked Mike Riley's first win as Husker head coach.

• Nebraska is 9-1 all-time against current members of the Sun Belt Conference. The Huskers had been 9-0 against Sun Belt teams before suffering a 24-19 loss to Troy on Sept. 15 last year.

Husker History in Season Openers
Nebraska has an impressive history in season openers, especially when opening the season at home. The Huskers have won 97 of their 129 season openers, winning their first game more than 77 percent of the time while posting a 97-27-5 record. When opening the season in Lincoln, Nebraska has a stout record of 84-14-3 (.847).

• Nebraska is 32-2 in its first game of the season dating back to 1986, with the two defeats coming in the past four seasons by identical 33-28 scores. In 2015, BYU erased a one-point deficit with a Hail Mary touchdown pass on the final play of the game. Last season, Colorado came back from a one-point deficit to win the game with a 40-yard touchdown pass with 1:06 to play.

• SEASON OPENER RECORD: 97-27-5 (.771)
• AT HOME: 84-14-3 (.847)
• BIGGEST WIN: 117-0 vs. Kearney St. (1911)
• BIGGEST LOSS: 54-0 at Minnesota (1943)
• LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 29 (1986-2014)

Frost Set for Second Season
Scott Frost is set for his second season at Nebraska in 2019. The 2017 consensus national coach of the year, Frost boasts a 23-15 career record in his first three seasons as a collegiate head coach.

• Although Nebraska finished with a 4-8 record in 2018, five of the eight losses came by a combined 21 points. NU lost five games by five or fewer points, including a trio of three-point defeats. Nebraska won four of its final six games, and the two losses were a five-point loss at an Ohio State team that ended the year ranked No. 3 in the nation and a three-point loss at Iowa, when the Hawkeyes kicked a game-winning field goal as time expired. Iowa finished with a No. 25 ranking.

• As the head coach at UCF, Frost improved from 6-7 in his first season to 13-0 in year two. A similar turnaround at Nebraska could be historic. A nine-win season by Nebraska in 2019 would tie for the second-largest win improvement from one season to the next in school history (five games), while a 10-win campaign would tie the largest win improvement (six games).

• In 12 seasons as a full-time assistant or head coach, Frost's teams have posted a 126-33 record, averaging nearly 11 wins per season. Frost has been a part of seven conference championship teams and coached in two national championship games in his 12 seasons. 

• Frost's teams have been ranked in the top 15 in 10 of his 12 seasons, including eight final top-10 rankings and six final top-five rankings.

• Each of Nebraska's last five head coaches won at least eight games in their second season, while the four head coaches previous to Frost each produced their best winning percentage at Nebraska in year two.

Nine of 10 Assistants Return for Second Season
Nine of Nebraska's 10 assistant coaches will return for their second season in 2019, with all nine having coached with Scott Frost in each of his four seasons as a head coach.

• Nebraska's nine returning assistant coaches mark its highest number of returning assistants since 2013, when a Husker coaching staff last had zero turnover during the offseason. Nebraska has had at least one coaching change each of the last six seasons.

• The lone new addition to the staff is Tony Tuioti, who coaches the Husker defensive line. Tuioti comes to Nebraska after spending the past two seasons at Cal, including the 2018 campaign as the Bears' defensive line coach. Tuioti was also an assistant defensive line coach for two seasons in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns in 2014 and 2015.

• Four of the Huskers' 11 full-time coaches played at Nebraska, including Frost, offensive line coach Greg Austin, running backs coach Ryan Held and inside linebackers coach Barrett Ruud.

• Nebraska's coaching staff has been lauded the past three seasons. In addition to Scott Frost being recognized as the 2017 national coach of the year while at UCF, the Husker staff features a Broyles Award finalist in offensive coordinator Troy Walters (2017) and two Broyles Award nominees in defensive coordinator Erik Chinander (2016) and quarterbacks coach Mario Verduzco (2018). The Broyles Award is presented annually to the nation's top assistant coach.

Nebraska Aims to Build Off Strong Finish to 2018
Nebraska won four of its final six games last season after an 0-6 start. The Huskers were nearly two touchdowns per game better both offensively and defensively over the second half of the 2018 season while facing four bowl teams in their final six games, including a pair of teams who were ranked in the final 2018 Associated Press top-25 poll.

• As part of its 4-2 finish, Nebraska won three games by at least 19 points. The Huskers' two losses were a five-point loss at Ohio State and a last-second three-point loss at Iowa.

• Offensively, Nebraska averaged 36.7 points per game in the final six games of 2018, after averaging 23.3 points per game in its first six contests.

• Defensively, the Huskers held two of their final five opponents to single digits last fall. Nebraska allowed 24.2 points per game in its final six contests after allowing 38.3 points per game in its first six games.

Roster Full of Youth for 2019 Huskers
Nebraska features a youthful roster again in 2019, one year after the Huskers' 2018 freshman class made a significant impact. 

• Among the 153 players on the Husker roster, 105 are underclassmen, including 78 freshmen and 27 sophomores. Overall, 69 percent of Nebraska's roster is comprised of underclassmen. Additionally, 101 of the 153 players on the roster have been added in Scott Frost's two seasons.

• Nebraska's two leading returning rushers from 2018, its leading passer, its leading scorer, its leading kickoff returner and two of its top four returning receivers were all freshmen in 2018. 

• Sophomore quarterback Adrian Martinez is Nebraska's leading returning rusher after he ran for 629 yards as a true freshman. Sophomore running back Maurice Washington is the Huskers' second-leading returning rushers after gaining 455 yards as a true freshman in 2018.

• In the passing game, Martinez returns after leading Nebraska with 2,617 passing yards as a true freshman in 2018. Two of his top four returning targets are classmates, as Washington ranks second among Husker returners with 24 catches in 2018 and Kade Warner ranks fourth with 17 catches.

• Nebraska's top scorer last season was Barret Pickering, who totaled 82 points as a true freshman in 2018.

• The youth movement may not be as pronounced on defense, but the Blackshirts are expected to be led by several players who were first-year starters in 2018.

• Nebraska's top returner in tackles (senior Mohamed Barry), tackles for loss (Barry), sacks (junior Ben Stille) and pass breakups (junior Dicaprio Bootle) were all first-year starters in 2018, and the Huskers are hoping that year of starting experience will pay dividends this fall.

• NU also featured first-year starters at punter and place-kicker last season with both starters returning. Senior Isaac Armstrong was second in the Big Ten in punting average in 2018 with the ninth-highest average in NU history (43.6 yards per punt). Pickering connected on 14-of-18 field goals last year. He made his final 10 field goals and including PATs, he has made 36 straight kicks.

The Nebraska volleyball team held its 2019 Red-White Scrimmage on Saturday night in front of a crowd of 7,946 at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The Red team won all three sets that were played, 25-18, 25-21, 25-19. 

Capri Davis, who started on the White team and played the third set with the Red team, put up 18 combined kills while hitting .467. Lexi Sun finished with 10 kills, and Callie Schwarzenbach had 10 kills on .467 hitting for the Red team. Madi Kubik had nine kills, playing sets one and two with the Red team and set three with the White team. 

Nicklin Hames had 29 assists and eight digs to lead the victorious Red squad. Lauren Stivrins was perfect with seven kills on seven swings with five blocks. Jazz Sweet had five kills. In addition to Davis posting 16 kills through the first two sets with the White team, Riley Zuhn finished with four kills on .300 hitting.

Kenzie Knuckles and Megan Miller each had eight digs. Nicole Drewnick set the White team and had 25 assists and seven digs.
During the intermission, junior Hayley Densberger received the team's Lifter of the Year award, as voted on by her teammates.

Set 1: The Red team had a strong first set, winning 25-18. They hit .321 with Hames setting, and five different players had kills. Sun had five kills to lead the Red team, while Sweet had three kills. For the White team, Davis had seven of their eight kills, and Drewnick assisted on all eight kills.

Set 2: The Red team gained early separation again after an 8-2 run made it 11-5. Red led 20-13 before White went on a 4-0 run with Davis posting two kills to help them pull back within striking distance. But after a timeout, Sun terminated to earn sideout for the Red team, and they took control again to win 25-21. She added three more kills to bring her total for the match to eight. Schwarzenbach had four kills for the Red team. Davis had nine kills in the set to lead the White team, bringing her two-set total to 16 on .444 hitting. 

Set 3: For the final set, Davis switched to the Red team and Kubik switched to the White team. The set was closely contested throughout, but Kubik posted back-to-back kills to put White ahead 10-7. White led 14-11 after a Densberger ace, but Schwarzenbach tallied two kills, and Stivrins had a solo block before Sun got a kill and Knuckles served an ace to give Red a 16-15 lead. The Red run continued with an error by the White team and a back-row smash by Davis to make it 18-15. Sweet tipped a kill for a 19-15 lead, extending a 7-0 run. Sweet served an ace and Stivrins, Sun and Davis added kills as Red pulled away to the 25-19 win. 

Up Next: The second-ranked Huskers begin the regular season on Friday against No. 18 Creighton at 7 p.m. at the Devaney Center. That match is part of the Husker Invitational. UCLA will play Baylor in the first match at 4:30 p.m. on Friday. Doors will open at 3:30 p.m. NU will also play UCLA on Saturday at 7 p.m. after Creighton takes on Baylor. Both Husker matches next weekend will be televised on NET. 

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