Nebraska Cornhuskers Football

Nebraska Cornhuskers Football

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Team Information

Ground Tom Osborne Field at Memorial Stadium
City Lincoln, Nebraska
Conference Big Ten,
Nickname Cornhuskers

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Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Bio

The Nebraska Cornhuskers football program, representing the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in the Big Ten's West Division, has a rich history in college football. Boasting 46 conference championships and five claimed national titles, including noteworthy triumphs in 1970 and 1995, the team has produced iconic figures like Heisman Trophy winners Johnny Rodgers, Mike Rozier, and Eric Crouch.

Under the leadership of legendary coach Bob Devaney, Nebraska achieved unprecedented success in the 1960s and '70s. Devaney's successor, Tom Osborne, further solidified the program's standing by introducing innovative strategies. However, since Osborne's retirement in 1997, the team has navigated coaching changes. In 2022, Matt Rhule took the helm as head coach, ushering in a new era for the Cornhuskers and aiming to revive the program's former glory.

Name of TeamNebraska Cornhuskers Football
First season1890; 133 years ago
Athletic directorTrev Alberts
Head coachMatt Rhule
StadiumMemorial Stadium at Tom Osborne Field (Capacity: 85,458; Record: 91,585)
LocationLincoln, Nebraska
ConferenceBig Ten
Field surfaceFieldTurf
Conference titles46
Division titles10
Fight SongHail Varsity
MascotHerbie Husker Lil' Red
RivalriesColorado, Iowa, Kansas, Kansas State, Miami (FL), Minnesota, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Wisconsin
Consensus All-Americans54

Nebraska Cornhuskers Football History

The history of Nebraska Cornhuskers football, dating back to 1890, unfolds as a narrative of triumphs, iconic players, and coaching legends. A powerhouse in college football, Nebraska boasts 46 conference championships and five claimed national titles, epitomized by the stellar 1971 and 1995 teams.

From the program's early successes in the 1900s, highlighted by coach Bob Devaney's era, to Tom Osborne's transformative leadership from 1973 to 1997, Nebraska became synonymous with excellence. Despite coaching changes post-Osborne, the recent appointment of Matt Rhule signifies a new chapter. The early years, marked by notable coaches like Walter C. Booth and Ewald O. Stiehm, set the stage for enduring success and cemented Nebraska's standing among football elites.

In the years following World War I, college football gained popularity, leading Nebraska to construct Memorial Stadium in 1923. Coached by Dana X. Bible and later Biff Jones, the team experienced success in the 1930s, including a national title pursuit in 1933. The program faced challenges during World War II, enduring losing seasons.

Bob Devaney's tenure from 1962 to 1972 marked a resurgence, winning national titles in 1970 and 1971. Tom Osborne continued the success, achieving three national titles in the 1990s. The post-Osborne era saw various coaching changes, including Frank Solich, Bill Callahan, and Bo Pelini. The program joined the Big Ten in 2011, with Scott Frost taking over as head coach in 2018.

Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Coach

The current head coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team is Matt Rhule. Rhule assumed the position on November 26, 2022. As of the current date, he has guided the team through the 2023 season. Rhule brings with him a wealth of coaching experience, and his leadership will play a crucial role in shaping the future trajectory of the Nebraska football program. As the thirty-first head coach in the team's history, Rhule aims to build on the rich legacy of success established by his predecessors. Nebraska fans and the broader football community are keenly watching as Coach Rhule works to mold and inspire the next generation of Cornhusker athletes.

1.Langdon Frothingham1890
2.Theron Lyman1891
3.J. S. Williams1892
4.Frank Crawford1893–94
5.Charles Thomas1895
6.Eddie N. Robinson1896–97
7.Fielding H. Yost1898
8.Alonzo Edwin Branch1899
9.Walter C. Booth1900–05
10.Amos Foster1906
11.William C. Cole1907–10
12.Ewald O. Stiehm1911–15
13.E. J. Stewart1916–17
14.William G. Kline1918
15.Henry Schulte1919–20
16.Fred Dawson1921–24
17.Ernest Bearg1925–28
18.Dana X. Bible1929–36
19.Biff Jones1937–41
20.Glenn Presnell1942
21.Adolph Lewandowski1943–44
22.George Clark1945, 1948
23.Bernie Masterson1946–47
24.Bill Glassford1949–55
25.Pete Elliott1956
26.Bill Jennings1957–61
27.Bob Devaney1962–72
28.Tom Osborne1973–97
29.Frank Solich1998–2003
30.Bill Callahan2004–07
31.Bo Pelini2003†, 2008–14
32.Barney Cotton†2014†
33.Mike Riley2015–17
34.Scott Frost2018–22
35.Mickey Joseph†2022†
36.Matt Rhule2023–present

(Note: † denotes coaching on a non-permanent basis.)

Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Stadium: Memorial Stadium at Tom Osborne Field

Memorial Stadium, affectionately known as The Sea of Red, has served as the revered home of the Nebraska Cornhuskers since 1923, boasting an impressive NCAA-record 395-game sellout streak since 1962.

With an official capacity of 85,458, the stadium transforms into the "third-largest city in Nebraska" on game days. A symbol of pride, three statues grace its exterior, including a depiction of Nebraska defenders in action and statues honoring legendary figures Tom Osborne and Bob Devaney.

The largest crowd in Memorial Stadium history gathered in 2014 for a Nebraska victory over Miami, reaching an attendance of 91,585. This iconic venue is a testament to Nebraska's deep-rooted football tradition, creating an electric atmosphere that resonates far beyond its storied walls.

Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Rivals

Nebraska boasts several significant football rivalries that have shaped its history. The Colorado-Nebraska rivalry, dating back to 1898, intensified in the 1990s, with Nebraska leading the 49–21–2 series. The Iowa-Nebraska matchup, established in 1891, became an annual tradition in 2011, featuring the Heroes Trophy; Nebraska leads the series 30–20–3. The Kansas-Nebraska rivalry, spanning 117 games until 2010, marked the longest non-interrupted rivalry in college football, with Nebraska holding a 91–23–3 lead. The Nebraska-Kansas State rivalry, dormant since 2011, saw Nebraska leading the series 78–15–2 from 1911 to 2010. Nebraska's rivalry with Miami, highlighted by the 1984 Orange Bowl, stands at a 6–6 tie.

The Nebraska-Minnesota series, dating back to 1900, involves the $5 Bits of Broken Chair Trophy, with Minnesota leading 34–25–2. The Nebraska-Missouri rivalry, dormant since 2010, features the Victory Bell, held by Nebraska at 65–36–3. The historic Nebraska-Oklahoma rivalry, renewed in 2021, leans toward Oklahoma at 46–38–3, with future games scheduled for 2029 and 2030. Nebraska and Texas, former conference rivals until 2010, maintain a series led by Texas at 10–4. The Nebraska-Wisconsin rivalry, initiated in 1901, features the Freedom Trophy, currently held by Wisconsin at 11–4. These rivalries, rich in tradition and historic matchups, contribute to Nebraska's football legacy.

Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Record and Stats

Championship Conferences

With a storied legacy, the Cornhuskers have clinched forty-six conference championships, leaving an indelible mark in college football history. Their prowess spans conferences like WIUFA, MVIAA, Big Six, Big Eight, and Big 12, showcasing sustained success and dominance.

Division Championships

Nebraska's football dominance extends to divisional triumphs, securing ten championships. Noteworthy victories include the Big 12 North Division titles in 1996, 1997, and 1999 and the Big Ten Legends Division title in 2012. These achievements underscore the Cornhuskers' consistent pursuit of excellence.

Conference Championship Game Appearances

The Cornhuskers have showcased their prowess in the Conference Championship Games, making notable appearances that reflect their competitive spirit. These moments include challenging contests in the Big Eight and Big 12, highlighting Nebraska's commitment to reaching the pinnacle of conference competition.

Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Roaster

No.NamePositionHeightWeightClassHometownHigh School / Previous School
0Nash HutmacherDefensive Lineman6-4330 lbsJuniorOacoma, S.D.Chamberlain
1Billy Kemp IVWide Receiver5-9180 lbsSeniorRichmond, Va.Highland Springs HS / Virginia
2Isaac GiffordDefensive Back6-1205 lbsJuniorLincoln, Neb.Southeast
3Nick HenrichLinebacker6-3235 lbsJuniorOmaha, Neb.Burke
4Luke ReimerLinebacker6-1225 lbsSeniorAshland, Kan.Lincoln (Neb.) North Star
5John BullockLinebacker6-0220 lbsJuniorOmaha, Neb.Creighton Prep
6Quinton NewsomeDefensive Back6-1185 lbsSeniorSuwanee, Ga.North Gwinnett
7Jeff SimsQuarterback6-4220 lbsJuniorJacksonville, Fla.Sandalwood HS / Georgia Tech
8DeShon SingletonDefensive Back6-3205 lbsJuniorAmite, La.St. Helena / Hutchinson (Kan.) CC
9Ty RobinsonDefensive Lineman6-6310 lbsJuniorGilbert, Ariz.Higley
10Jimari ButlerLinebacker6-4245 lbsSophomoreMobile, Ala.Murphy
10Heinrich HaarbergQuarterback6-5215 lbsSophomoreKearney, Neb.Catholic
11Joshua FleeksWide Receiver6-0205 lbsSeniorDallas, TexasCedar Hill HS / Baylor
11Cameron LenhardtDefensive Lineman6-3250 lbsFreshmanStaten Island, N.Y.IMG (Fla.) Academy
12Omar BrownDefensive Back6-1200 lbsSeniorMinneapolis, Minn.North HS / Northern Iowa
12Chubba PurdyQuarterback6-2210 lbsSophomoreQueen Creek, Ariz.Perry HS / Florida State
13Malcolm HartzogDefensive Back5-9175 lbsSophomoreSilver Creek, Miss.Jefferson Davis County
13Marcus WashingtonWide Receiver6-2190 lbsSeniorSt. Louis, Mo.Trinity Catholic HS / Texas
14Chief BordersLinebacker6-4245 lbsSophomoreChicago, Ill.Heard County (Ga.) HS / Florida
14Rahmir JohnsonRunning Back5-10185 lbsJuniorHarlem, New York City, N.Y.Bergen Catholic (N.J.)
15Tamon LynumDefensive Back6-2185 lbsSophomoreOrlando, Fla.Evans
15Malachi ColemanWide Receiver6-4190 lbsFreshmanLincoln, Neb.Lincoln East
16Janiran BonnerFullback6-2220 lbsRedshirt FreshmanEllenwood, Ga.Cedar Grove
16Elijah JeudyDefensive Lineman6-3280 lbsSophomorePhiladelphia, Pa.Northeast HS / Texas A&M
17Ty HahnWide Receiver6-2200 lbsSophomoreJohnson, Neb.Johnson-Brock
17Jack WocheQuarterback6-2210 lbsRedshirt FreshmanAustin, TexasIMG [Fla.] Academy / Ole Miss
18Brian BuschiniPunter6-1225 lbsJuniorHelena, Mont.Capital HS / Montana
18Princewill UmanmielenDefensive Lineman6-4240 lbsFreshmanAustin, TexasManor
19Jaylen LloydWide Receiver5-10160 lbsFreshmanOmaha, Neb.Westside
19Luke LongvalQuarterback6-2200 lbsRedshirt FreshmanSioux City, IowaSioux City East / Iowa Western CC
21Emmett JohnsonRunning Back5-11190 lbsRedshirt FreshmanMinneapolis, Minn.Academy of Holy Angels
21Dwight Bootle IIDefensive Back5-9170 lbsFreshmanMiami, Fla.Palmetto
22Gabe Ervin Jr.Running Back6-0220 lbsSophomoreBuford, Ga.Buford
22Ashton HausmannDefensive Back5-11220 lbsSophomoreRoca, Neb.Norris
23Anthony GrantRunning Back5-11205 lbsSeniorBuford, Ga.Buford HS / Florida State / New Mexico Military Institute
23Corey Collier Jr.Defensive Back6-1190 lbsSophomoreMiami, Fla.Palmetto HS / Florida
24Marques Buford Jr.Defensive Back5-11190 lbsJuniorDeSoto, TexasTrinity Christian School/St. Thomas More (Conn.) Prep
24Thomas Fidone IITight End6-6250 lbsSophomoreCouncil Bluffs, IowaLewis Central
25Jeremiah CharlesDefensive Back6-0160 lbsFreshmanArlington, TexasArlington Martin
25Kenneth WilliamsRunning Back5-11175 lbsFreshmanDetroit, Mich.Lincoln [Neb.] High
26Koby BretzDefensive Back6-2215 lbsSophomoreOmaha, Neb.Westside
26Roman ManginiWide Receiver5-10170 lbsRedshirt FreshmanMesa, Ariz.Desert Ridge
28Kwinten IvesRunning Back6-2185 lbsFreshmanBeverly, N.J.Palmyra
28Ethan NationDefensive Back5-10160 lbsFreshmanRoswell, Ga.Roswell
29Kaine WilliamsLinebacker6-2215 lbsSophomoreMarrero, La.John Ehret HS / Alabama
29Eric FieldsLinebacker6-1195 lbsFreshmanArdmore, Okla.Ardmore
29Trevon KinchenRunning Back5-11215 lbsFreshmanMiami, Fla.Lovejoy (Ga.)
30Randolph KpaiLinebacker6-2210 lbsSophomoreSioux Falls, S.D.Washington
30Tristan AlvanoPlace Kicker6-1200 lbsFreshmanOmaha, Neb.Westside
30Javon KinchenDefensive Back5-11180 lbsFreshmanMiami, Fla.Lovejoy (Ga.)
31Tommi HillDefensive Back6-0195 lbsJuniorOrlando, Fla.Edgewater HS / Arizona State
32Barron Miles Jr.Wide Receiver5-10175 lbsSophomoreMontreal, Quebec, CanadaChandler (Ariz.)
32Rahmir StewartDefensive Back5-11200 lbsFreshmanPhiladelphia, Pa.Imhotep Institute
33Javin WrightLinebacker6-5215 lbsJuniorChandler, Ariz.Hamilton
33Maurice MazzccuaRunning Back5-8175 lbsJuniorPhiladelphia, Pa.Neuman-Goretti HS / West Chester University
34Garrett SnodgrassLinebacker6-3230 lbsJuniorYork, Neb.York
34Barret LiebentrittFullback6-0235 lbsSophomoreOmaha, Neb.Skutt Catholic HS / Notre Dame
35Trevin LubenRunning Back5-11205 lbsSophomoreWahoo, Neb.Wahoo
35D'Andre BarnesDefensive Back6-0175 lbsFreshmanAurora, Colo.Regis Jesuit
36Blake ClosmanDefensive Back5-9190 lbsSophomoreElkhorn, Neb.Millard North
36Taveon ThompsonWide Receiver6-3205 lbsSophomoreLincoln, Neb.Southeast
37Phalen SanfordDefensive Back5-11195SeniorBenkelman, Neb.Dundy County-Stratton HS / Hastings College
38Timmy BleekrodePlace Kicker5-8190SeniorAtlanta, Ga.Marist School / Furman
38Cooper WilsonWide Receiver6-3190FreshmanBonney Lake, Wash.Bonney Lake
39Derek BranchDefensive Back5-11185SophomoreLincoln, Neb.Southeast
39Gage WagerPunter5-10185FreshmanArlington, TexasArlington Martin
40Trevor RuthFullback6-0235Redshirt FreshmanSeward, Neb.Seward HS / Nebraska-Kearney
40Demitrius BellWide Receiver6-0175FreshmanNashville, Tenn.McGavock
40Brice TurnerDefensive Back6-0175FreshmanBay City, TexasBay City
41Elliott BrownWide Receiver5-11180SophomoreOmaha, Neb.Elkhorn South
42Mikai GbayorLinebacker6-2230SophomoreIrvington, N.J.Irvington
42Cole BallardRunning Back5-11185FreshmanElkhorn, Neb.Elkhorn South
43Michael Booker IIILinebacker6-1210SophomoreGrand Prairie, TexasSouth Grand Prairie
43Landon TernusFullback6-0230FreshmanColumbus, Neb.Lakeview
44Luke LindenmeyerTight End6-3260Redshirt FreshmanLa Vista, Neb.Papillion-La Vista
44Syncere SafeeullahDefensive Back6-2175FreshmanNashville, Tenn.IMG (Fla.) Academy
45Braden KloverFullback6-2235SophomoreWymore, Neb.Southern
45Marco OrtizLong Snapper6-4245SeniorRichmond, Va.Benedictine HS / Florida
46Grant BudaLinebacker6-0220SophomoreLincoln, Neb.Southwest
46John GoodwinTight End6-3245JuniorLincoln, Neb.Lincoln High
47Gage StengerLinebacker6-2190Redshirt FreshmanOmaha, Neb.Millard South
47Caden BeckerTight End6-4235Redshirt FreshmanOmaha, Neb.Skutt Catholic / Wyoming
48MJ ShermanLinebacker6-3250JuniorBaltimore, Md.St. John's College (D.C.) HS / Georgia
48Cayden EchternachTight End6-3230FreshmanBennington, Neb.Bellevue West
49Mason JonesDefensive Back5-11185FreshmanOmaha, Neb.Burke
49Danny PaskoLinebacker6-1210FreshmanChicago, Ill.Lyons Township
50Noah BustardLinebacker6-1220FreshmanOmaha, Neb.Elkhorn South
51Justin Evans-JenkinsOffensive Lineman6-1315Redshirt FreshmanEast Orange, N.J.Irvington
52Dylan RogersLinebacker6-3235FreshmanCypress, TexasCypress Woods
53Jacob BowerLinebacker6-0195FreshmanRancho Santa Margarita, Calif.Santa Margarita Catholic
53Conor ConnealyOffensive Lineman6-3230FreshmanElkhorn, Neb.Mount Michael Benedictine
54Bryce BenhartOffensive Lineman6-9315JuniorLakeville, Minn.Lakeville North
54Korver DemmaLinebacker6-2220FreshmanGretna, Neb.Gretna
55Vincent Carroll-JacksonDefensive Lineman6-5270FreshmanHarrisburg, Pa.Central Dauphin East
56Grant TaggeLinebacker6-1205JuniorOmaha, Neb.Westside
57Ethan PiperOffensive Lineman6-3305JuniorNorfolk, Neb.Norfolk Catholic
58Mason GoldmanOffensive Lineman6-5260FreshmanGretna, Neb.Gretna
59Henry LutovskyOffensive Lineman6-6325SophomoreCrawfordsville, IowaMount Pleasant
61Dylan ParrottOffensive Lineman6-5330Redshirt FreshmanEldridge, IowaNorth Scott
62Sam SledgeOffensive Lineman6-3285FreshmanOmaha, Neb.Creighton Prep
63Nouredin NouiliOffensive Lineman6-4315SeniorFrankfurt, GermanyNorris HS / Colorado State
65Teddy ProchazkaOffensive Lineman6-10325SophomoreElkhorn, Neb.Elkhorn South
66Ben ScottOffensive Lineman6-5305JuniorHonolulu, HawaiiSt. Louis HS / Arizona State
67Joey MancinoOffensive Lineman6-1295SophomoreHolmdel, N.J.Holmdel
69Turner CorcoranOffensive Lineman6-6310JuniorLawrence, Kan.Free State
70Keegan MenningOffensive Lineman6-5330SophomoreFremont, Neb.Fremont
71Jacob HoodOffensive Lineman6-8350Redshirt FreshmanNashville, Tenn.Hillsboro HS / Georgia
73David BorchersOffensive Lineman6-2305FreshmanEldridge, IowaNorth Scott
74Brock KnutsonOffensive Lineman6-7305FreshmanScottsbluff, Neb.Scottsbluff
75Maverick NoonanLinebacker6-4235FreshmanOmaha, Neb.Elkhorn South
75Tyler KnaakOffensive Lineman6-6325Redshirt FreshmanCottonwood Heights, UtahBrighton HS / Utah
77Gunnar GottulaOffensive Lineman6-5295FreshmanLincoln, Neb.Southeast
78Jacob BrandlOffensive Lineman6-3280FreshmanOmaha, Neb.Creighton Prep
79Grant SeagrenOffensive Lineman6-6260FreshmanOakland, Neb.Oakland-Craig
80Jacob HerbekDefensive Lineman6-5260JuniorGrand Island, Neb.Central Catholic
81Ismael Smith FloresTight End6-4225FreshmanCrowley, TexasArlington Martin
82Isaiah Garcia-CastanedaWide Receiver6-0190JuniorTwentynine Palms, Calif.Twentynine Palms HS / Saddleback College / New Mexico State
83Jake ApplegetTight End6-4235Redshirt FreshmanLincoln, Neb.Southeast
84Alex BullockWide Receiver6-2205SophomoreOmaha, Neb.Creighton Prep
85Jaidyn DossWide Receiver5-11190FreshmanRaymore, Mo.Raymore-Peculiar
86AJ RollinsDefensive Lineman6-5245 lbsSophomoreOmaha, Neb.Creighton Prep
87Nate BoerkircherTight End6-5245 lbsSophomoreAurora, Neb.Aurora
87Brodie TagaloaDefensive Lineman6-4260 lbsRedshirt FreshmanPittsburg, Calif.De La Salle
88Cooper HausmannWide Receiver5-11185 lbsRedshirt FreshmanRoca, Neb.Norris
88Ru'Quan BuckleyDefensive Lineman6-5295 lbsSophomoreWyoming, Mich.Godwin Heights
90Jacob HohlPunter6-2210 lbsJuniorLincoln, Neb.Southwest HS / Nebraska Wesleyan
90James WilliamsDefensive Lineman6-5235 lbsSophomoreParkville, Mo.Park Hill South HS / Iowa Central CC
92Sua LefotuDefensive Lineman6-3300 lbsFreshmanBellflower, Calif.St. John Bosco
93Kai WallinDefensive Lineman6-5250 lbsSophomoreSacramento, Calif.Jesuit HS / American River CC
94Riley Van PoppelDefensive Lineman6-5275 lbsFreshmanArgyle, TexasArgyle
95Spencer PankratzPlace Kicker6-2205 lbsSophomoreHighlands Ranch, Colo.Valor Christian HS / Furman
95Jason MaciejczakDefensive Lineman6-2320 lbsFreshmanPierre, S.D.T.F. Riggs
96Camden WituckiLong Snapper6-2225 lbsSophomoreGrand Blanc, Mich.Grand Blanc Community
96Leslie BlackDefensive Lineman6-6230 lbsFreshmanStatesboro, Ga.Statesboro
97Blaise GunnersonDefensive Lineman6-6265 lbsSophomoreCarroll, IowaKuemper Catholic
98Will DePooterLong Snapper6-0195 lbsFreshmanOmaha, Neb.Westside

Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Schedule

Sep 9Away - Boulder, Colo.#22 ColoradoL 14-36
Sep 16Home - Lincoln, Neb.Northern IllinoisW 35-11
Sep 23Home - Lincoln, Neb.Louisiana TechW 28-14
Sep 30Home - Lincoln, Neb.#2 MichiganL 7-45
Oct 6Away - Urbana-Champaign, Ill.IllinoisW 20-7
Oct 21Home - Lincoln, Neb.NorthwesternW 17-9
Oct 28Home - Lincoln, Neb.PurdueW 31-14
Nov 4Away - East Lansing, Mich.Michigan StateL 17-20
Nov 11Home - Lincoln, Neb.MarylandL 10-13
Nov 18Away - Madison, Wis.Wisconsin-
Nov 24Home - Lincoln, Neb.Iowa-

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