Nebraska Rumors & News

  • Keyshawn Johnson scolds son for embarrassing Nebraska as son takes leave

    CBS Sports "Nebraska freshman wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr., the son of all-time great Keyshawn Johnson, is taking a leave of absence from the program. Johnson Sr., along with Cornhuskers coach Mike Riley, confirmed the receiver's departure to Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald. The elder Johnson..." June 21

  • Nebraska's Keyshawn Johnson Jr. cited for marijuana possession

    Omaha World-Herald "University of Nebraska-Lincoln police cited a Nebraska football player on suspicion of possession of marijuana Friday afternoon. According to a UNL police report, true freshman wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr. was cited on suspicion of possession of than one ounce of marijuana and possession..." June 10

  • Nebraska's Stanley Morgan Jr. arrested for possession of marijuana

    Bleacher Report "University of Nebraska receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. was arrested at the beginning of May for felony possession of marijuana, per KETV Omaha. He was discovered to have 21.4 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in his car, although his felony charge was later reduced to a..." May 27

  • Nebraska lands commitment from 4-star athlete Mario Goodrich

    Land of 10 "Nebraska added a key piece to its 2018 class on Tuesday night with the commitment of Mario Goodrich. Goodrich is the No. 11 athlete in the 2018 class and No. 6 player from Missouri. From Lee’s Summit, Mo., Goodrich visited Nebraska for the spring game on April 15. He also unofficially..." May 24

  • Nebraska names Tulane transfer Tanner Lee No. 1 QB

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Nebraska coach Mike Riley has named Tulane transfer Tanner Lee the Cornhuskers' No. 1 quarterback coming out of spring football. Riley made the announcement Wednesday evening via a string of tweets. Lee, who started 19 games for Tulane in 2014 and '15, completed 328 of 612 passes (54..." April 20

  • Kurt Warner’s son will play at Nebraska next season

    Fox Sports "National Signing Day came and went earlier this month. And while Nebraska didn’t sign the best class, it might have signed the most unique. Among the Huskers’ 20 signees were Ben Miles (the son of Les) and Keyshawn Johnson Jr. And on Friday we learned that the son of another famous football..." February 17

  • Nebraska lands 4-star speedster Eric Fuller Jr. for 2018 class

    Land of 10 "Nebraska added a 4-star corner to its 2018 class on Wednesday afternoon. Eric Fuller, the No. 17 corner in the 2018 class and No. 16 recruit out of California, announced his commitment to Nebraska on Twitter. New Nebraska commit Eric Fuller Nebraska now has three commits in the 2018..." January 19

  • 4-star WR Tyjon Lindsey commits to Nebraska

    Land of 10 "Nebraska target Tyjon Lindsey, the No. 6 wide receiver in the 2017 class and a former Ohio State commit, officially committed to Nebraska on Saturday morning. The commitment is a shocking twist in the recruitment of Lindsey, who had been committed to the Buckeyes for almost five months and who..." January 16

  • Nebraska hires Bob Diaco as defensive coordinator

    Land of 10 "Nebraska is expected to name former Connecticut head coach and former Notre Dame defensive coordinator Bob Diaco to be its next defensive coordinator, according to multiple outlets. It was first reported by the Lincoln Journal Star. Diaco was in Lincoln on Thursday to interview. He was..." January 14

  • Nebraska's Mike Riley fired DC Mark Banker over the phone

    Omaha World-Herald "Former Nebraska defensive coordinator Mark Banker — a longtime friend, confidant and assistant to coach Mike Riley — learned over the phone he wouldn't be returning as a Husker coach. In his first comments since Riley announced Banker's contract would not be renewed, Banker said he was..." January 14

  • Dobbs, Barnett lead Tennessee past Nebraska in Music City Bowl

    The Sports Xchange "NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- After being sacked by Tennessee defensive end Derek Barnett late in the fourth quarter Friday, Nebraska quarterback Ryker Fyfe said he was seeing stars. Barnett was perhaps the star of all stars in the Volunteers' Music City bowl win, a 38-24 decision at sold-out Nissan..." December 30

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