Former Huskers finding homes after Draft

As hectic as the draft may be, sometimes it's right after the draft where we see some of the most frenetic action of the entire weekend. For some recent former Huskers, it was good news, while some others are still waiting it out. Here's what we know thus far.
April 29, 2007

Insider Notes/Player Visit and Analysis 6.0

Scout.com's Adam Caplan and Tony Pauline have their next installment of player visit and workout analysis and they also break down the Amobi Okoye situation.
April 18, 2007

Day 1 photos from Texas Stadium

Dallas, TX - Check out this brief gallery from inside Texas Stadium as Nebraska has a little fun, while they get down to a little work in preparing for the 2007 Cotton Bowl.
December 27, 2006

One-on-one with the Huskers

You didn't have to ask who Barry Cryer was if you watched the Big 12 Title game. The senior DT was easily one of the most disruptive forces on the field. That's one game, though, and like any player or any team for that matter, it's the big picture that matters. And when you look at it that way, Cryer looks at his last year as a mixed bag of both good and bad.
December 10, 2006

Ola and Barry unplugged

It's been no secret that Ola Dagunduro and Barry Cryer are basically a matched set. Where one is, you will usually find the other. With video camera in hand, we thought we might see what these two had to say and it's probably like nothing you've ever seen. It's Ola and Barry........unplugged.
August 11, 2006

1 on 1 with the Huskers: Barry Cryer

Between himself and Ola Dagunduro, they are considered one of the most important cogs in why the defensive line will work this year. Not because they will be starters, though, there's always a chance.Rather, it's becuase the starters won't have to be on the field for almost an entire game. That's what Cryer cares about, making a contribution versus All-this or that as accolades aren't his thing. He just wants the chances to do what he does best and if he gets that, the season will be just fine.
August 13, 2005