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In the History of Nebraska Volleyball, Nicklin Hames is the first true Freshman to be named starting setter at the beginning of... more››
Growing up in the hockey dominated state of North Dakota, Mason Morelli was destined to be a hockey player. His father played at... more››
NET Sports will carry 4 home Nebraska Volleyball games this season. Check out the complete list for dates and times!
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NET Sports captures the drama of the 2017 season and the history of the rivalry between two powerhouse programs - Penn State and... more››
Senior running back Devine Ozigbo has proven himself to coaches, becoming the starting back for Nebraska after 3 games this... more››

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Nebraska Volleyball: Culture of a Champion

Follow the inspiring journey filled with courage, determination, camaraderie and another national championship for the 2017 Nebraska Cornhusker Volleyball squad.

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Relive Nebraska Volleyball's 2015 dream season culminating in a National Championship.

Bago Boys

"Bago Boys," this NET Television documentary, tells the story of the Winnebago H.S.

Concussions are a hot topic in today’s sports world. It’s not just a headline; it’s a medical mystery and an ongoing research study.

Rosenblatt: The Final Inning

The history, people, players and traditions of Rosenblatt Stadium.

A fascinating look at the long history of the University of Nebraska's "walk-on" program, which allows native Nebraskans to play for the Cornhuskers football team without a scholarship.

When the Nebraska volleyball team defeated Stanford at Omaha's Qwest Center to win the 2006 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Championship, a record crowd of more than 17,000 celebrated in their