|Nebraska Cornhuskers football|
|2019 Nebraska Cornhuskers|
|Head coach||Scott Frost|
|2nd year, 4–8 ()|
|Home stadium||Memorial Stadium (Lincoln)|
|Stadium capacity|| 85,458|
|Location||Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.|
|Past conferences|| Independent (1890–91)|
Big 8 Conference (1921–95)
Big 12 (1996–2010)
|All-time record||897–388–40 ()|
|Postseason bowl record||26–27 ()|
|Claimed national titles||5 (1970, 1971, 1994, 1995, 1997)|
|Division titles||10 (1996, 1997, 1999–2001, 2006, 2008–10, 2012)|
|Rivalries|| Colorado (rivalry) |
Kansas State (rivalry)
Miami (FL) (rivalry)
|Heisman winners|| 3|
Johnny Rodgers (1972)
Mike Rozier (1983)
Eric Crouch (2001)
|Colors||Scarlet  and Cream
|Fight song||There is No Place Like Nebraska, Hail Varsity|
|Mascot||Lil' Red/Herbie Husker|
|Marching band||Cornhusker Marching Band (The Pride of All Nebraska)|
The Cornhuskers play their home games at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln and are currently coached by Scott Frost.
Nebraska is among the most storied programs in college football history. The Cornhuskers trail only Michigan, Ohio State, and Texas in all-time victories among FBS teams, and have won more games against Power Five opponents than any other program. Nebraska claims 46 conference championships and five national championships (1970, 1971, 1994, 1995, and 1997), and has won nine other national championships that the school does not claim. NU's 1971 and 1995 title-winning teams are considered by many to be among the best in college football history. Famous Cornhuskers include Heisman Trophy winners Johnny Rodgers, Mike Rozier, and Eric Crouch. Rodgers, named Nebraska's "Player of the Century" in 1999, and Rozier, who graduated as the NCAA's all-time yards per carry leader, join 22 other Cornhuskers in the College Football Hall of Fame. Notable among these are players Bob Brown, Guy Chamberlin, Tommie Frazier, Rich Glover, Dave Rimington, and Will Shields, and coaches Bob Devaney and Tom Osborne.
The program's first extended period of success came just after the turn of the century. Between 1900 and 1916, Nebraska had five undefeated seasons and completed a stretch of 34 consecutive games without a loss, still a program record. Despite a span of 21 conference championships in 33 seasons, the Cornhuskers didn't experience major national success until Bob Devaney was hired in 1962. In eleven seasons as head coach, Devaney won two national championships, eight conference titles, and coached 22 All-Americans, but perhaps his most lasting achievement was the hiring of Tom Osborne as offensive coordinator in 1969. Osborne was named Devaney's successor in 1973, and over the next 25 years established himself as one of the best coaches in college football history with his trademark I-form offense and revolutionary strength, conditioning, and nutrition programs. Following Osborne's retirement in 1997, Nebraska cycled through four head coaches before hiring state native Scott Frost in 2017.
|2016||Mike Riley||9-4||Music City (L)|
|2015||Mike Riley||6-7||Foster Farms (W)|
|2014||Bo Pelini, Barney Cotton||9-4||Holiday (L)|
|2013||Bo Pelini||9-4||Gator (W)|
|2012||Bo Pelini||10-4||Capital One (L)|
|2011||Bo Pelini||9-4||Capital One (L)|
|2010||Bo Pelini||10-4||Holiday (L)|
|2009||Bo Pelini||10-4||Holiday (W)|
|2008||Bo Pelini||9-4||Gator (W)|
|2006||Bill Callahan||9-5||Cotton (L)|
|2005||Bill Callahan||8-4||Alamo (W)|
|2003||Frank Solich, Bo Pelini||10-3||Alamo (W)|
|2002||Frank Solich||7-7||Independence (L)|
|2001||Frank Solich||11-2||Rose (L)|
|2000||Frank Solich||10-2||Alamo (W)|
|1999||Frank Solich||12-1||Fiesta (W)|
|1998||Frank Solich||9-4||Holiday (L)|
|1997||Tom Osborne||13-0||Holiday (L)|
|1996||Tom Osborne||11-2||Holiday (L)|
|1995||Tom Osborne||12-0||Holiday (L)|
|1994||Tom Osborne||13-0||Holiday (L)|
|1993||Tom Osborne||11-1||Holiday (L)|
|1992||Tom Osborne||9-3||Holiday (L)|
|1991||Tom Osborne||9-2-1||Holiday (L)|
|1990||Tom Osborne||9-3||Holiday (L)|
|1989||Tom Osborne||10-2||Orange (W)|
|1988||Tom Osborne||11-2||Orange (W)|
|1987||Tom Osborne||10-2||Orange (W)|
|1986||Tom Osborne||10-2||Orange (W)|
|1985||Tom Osborne||9-3||Orange (W)|
|1984||Tom Osborne||10-2||Orange (W)|
|1983||Tom Osborne||12-1||Orange (W)|
|1982||Tom Osborne||12-1||Orange (W)|
|1981||Tom Osborne||9-3||Orange (W)|
|1980||Tom Osborne||10-2||Orange (W)|
|1979||Tom Osborne||10-2||Orange (W)|
|1978||Tom Osborne||9-3||Orange (W)|
|1977||Tom Osborne||9-3||Orange (W)|
|1976||Tom Osborne||9-3-1||Orange (W)|
|1975||Tom Osborne||10-2||Orange (W)|
|1974||Tom Osborne||9-3||Orange (W)|
|1973||Tom Osborne||9-2-1||Orange (W)|
|1972||Bob Devaney||9-2-1||Orange (W)|
|1971||Bob Devaney||13-0||Orange (W)|
|1970||Bob Devaney||11-0-1||Orange (W)|
- ↑ 2018 Nebraska Game Notes. University of Nebraska. Retrieved on August 28, 2018.
- ↑ Husker Football First-Team All-Americans – Huskers.com – Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site. Huskers.com. Retrieved on April 12, 2014.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Toolbox & Brand Book. University of Nebraska–Lincoln Communications & Strategic Marketing. http://ucomm.unl.edu/resources/downloads/2014/UNL_Toolbox_11-17RGB.pdf#page=28. Retrieved August 12, 2016.
- ↑ http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/football_records/2015/fbs.pdf
- ↑ Nebraska Conference Championships. Retrieved on October 23, 2016.
- ↑ Title teams -- HuskerMax™. Retrieved on October 23, 2016.
- ↑ Best college football teams of all-time. Retrieved on October 6, 2018.
- ↑ Major Football Award Winners. Huskers.com. Retrieved on June 21, 2010.
- ↑ Nebraska Football Schedules 1910–1919. HuskerMax. Retrieved on September 2, 2010.
- ↑ Tom's Time: Devaney Selects His Successor. HuskerMax. Retrieved on May 24, 2019.
- ↑ Epley leaving Huskers. Retrieved on May 24, 2019.
- ↑ Nebraska officially announces hiring of Scott Frost, introductory press conference scheduled for Sunday. Retrieved on May 24, 2019.