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2018 Schedule
4-8, 5th in Big Ten - West
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Former Nebraska QB Claridge dead at 76

Dennis Claridge, the quarterback who helped College Football Hall of Fame coach Bob Devaney turn a moribund Nebraska program into a national powerhouse, has died. He was 76.

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21d

Checking in on first-year head coaches

Now that they have made it through their first spring practice season, here's what we know and don't know about programs breaking in new head coaches.

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22dMitch Sherman

How Scott Frost is remaking Nebraska

It's safe to say the old way at Nebraska wasn't working anymore. So in comes the former Cornhuskers QB, who just led UCF to an unbeaten season.

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27dAdam Rittenberg

Moos jokes Harbaugh, Urban 'bit scared' of Frost

Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos says he was speaking "a bit tongue in cheek" when he said the hiring of head football coach Scott Frost has left Big Ten coaching stalwarts Jim Harbaugh and Urban Meyer "running a little bit scared" of the Huskers.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA, Indiana, Nebraska and Florida Atlantic are among the schools showing interest in quarterback Brandon Dawkins, a graduate transfer from Arizona. Dawkins is planning to visit FAU and Indiana in the coming weeks. Dawkins passed for 2,418 yards and rushed for 1,582 yards in three seasons at Arizona.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Nebraska star Barrett Ruud, directing the linebackers in his first full-time coaching position, on his opinion of the characteristics that make a great Nebraska defense.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska offensive coordinator Troy Walters goes in depth on the tempo of the new Nebraska offense — what's expected in practice and eventually in games:

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Lots of wins for Nebraska in Scott Frost's first recruiting class, but no storyline more important for the future than the Cornhuskers' last-day victories for coveted prospects in Florida (OT Will Canty), Georgia (DE Caleb Tannor), Alabama (DB Cam Taylor) and Texas (RB Maurice Washington). That's never happened in Lincoln.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Coach Scott Frost on his first signing class at Nebraska, currently ranked 24th nationally: "We feel really good about how we finished."

No. 5 RB Washington chooses Nebraska over ASU (1:42)

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 running back Maurice Washington commits to Nebraska. Scott Frost and his staff have done an excellent job closing.

Frost explains importance of spring games for recruits (0:54)

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Four-star defensive end Caleb Tannor committed to Nebraska. The Georgia prospect chose the Huskers over Auburn, Ole Miss, Florida State and others.