Nebraska icon Tom Osborne liks Bill Moos as AD; how the Huskers are spending the bye week

Nebraska football is the No. 1 topic in  Big Red Rising every day — but we cover news, notes and analysis from across Huskers sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Huskers football, recruiting, basketball and more.

Stamp of approval

Is Nebraska’s new athletic director Bill Moos a good fit for the Huskers? Nebraska legend Tom Osborne thinks so, which he discussed with Land of 10.

Bye week schedule

How is Nebraska football spending its bye week? It’s “a mixed bag” of rest and practice, as coach Mike Riley put it.

A dream hire?

If Nebraska parts ways with Riley, who should the Huskers call? According to one columnist, Justin Fuente from Virginia Tech would be a best case scenario for Nebraska.

Jarrett Patterson’s reaction

Despite his commitment to Arizona State, 3-star offensive lineman Jarrett Patterson is still taking notice of Nebraska after a recent offer.

A promotion for Nathan Gerry

After originally being placed on the practice squad with the Philadelphia Eagles, former Huskers linebacker Nathan Gerry has been promoted to the active roster.

Big Ten Media Days

Nebraska basketball is in New York City for Big Ten Media Days. What did coach Tim Miles have to say on Wednesday? We have all of your notable quotes right here.

Get moving

Want to get yourself moving before winter sets in? Nebraska and adidas are teaming up to make that possible. More information to come.

Oversleep and miss a recent Big Red Rising? No worries. We have all our past editions  here.

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