Family over everything for Nebraska commit Brendan Radley-Hiles; a blackout at Memorial Stadium

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Family over everything

Having lived in Las Vegas and played football at Bishop Gorman High School, Nebraska commit Brendan Radley-Hiles has plenty of connections to the city. When the Las Vegas shooting happened, Radley-Hiles was reminded once again that family is the most important thing.

A Memorial Stadium blackout

The Iron N, the official student section of Nebraska, wants Huskers fans to wear black on Saturday. And they mean everyone in attendance at Memorial Stadium for the night game against Wisconsin.

More good news for Chris Jones

Defensive coordinator Bob Diaco doesn’t want to get ahead of himself, but he likes what he’s seen from cornerback Chris Jones so far this week. Finally cleared to practice after injuring his meniscus during the offseason, Jones is making progress much quicker than expected.

Serving for first place

When Nebraska and Michigan State meet on the volleyball court Wednesday in Lincoln, one will walk away with the first loss in Big Ten play after four straight wins. Who will stand alone?

Hometown Husker

Want to know a little more about Omaha, Neb., native Michael Decker? The Lincoln Journal Star has you covered in the latest ‘Hometown Husker’ feature.

Back at it

Nebraska basketball is getting back at it in preparation for the 2017-18 season. On Tuesday, it was all about getting comfortable being uncomfortable.

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