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Podcast: Where does Nebraska Football stand with Dylan Raiola?



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In our latest episode of the Husker Big Red Podcast, we talk about where Nebraska football stands with Dylan Raiola and much more.

It was a pretty good week for Nebraska Football on the recruiting trail. Dylan Raiola decided to take a dead-period visit to Lincoln and took in a Nebraska basketball game — one the Huskers won by the way.

That was the headliner of the week but Nebraska football has added a couple of other recruits to their big visit weekend in March, and also made the cut list for a pair of 2024 recruits.

Raiola was able to visit Nebraska because his uncle is the offensive line coach. He’s able to see family as long as he doesn’t have contact with the rest of the coaching staff. It was still a positive that he got a standing ovation at the basketball game and threw the bones.

Raiola also gave a very positive update to Steve Wiltfong of 247 sports:

“I’ve never experienced anything close to that!” Raiola told 247Sports. “Those fans are the best and they have always shown my family love! It means a lot. It’s a blessing to be able to experience these fans at these games! They always show out for their Husker sports! It’s a great sight to see!”

We offer our thoughts on what this visit means for Nebraska football. We also talk about the other recruiting news concerning the Huskers.

Beyond that, we analyze another big win for Nebraska basketball. The Huskers knocked off Minnesota and improved to 15-14. With two games remaining, Nebraska has a clear shot at postseason play especially if Nebraska can get a win over Michigan State (at home on Tuesday) or at Iowa on Sunday.

The women’s basketball team also got a win on Sunday over Northwestern, which still has them on the NCAA tournament bubble. Here’s the podcast:

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Chris has worked in sports journalism since 2005 writing for multiple newspapers and websites such as the Bleacher Report and Fansided before starting Husker Big Red, A fan site for hardcore followers of the #Huskers offering articles, podcasts, videos and more exclusive content on all things Nebraska