It has been a busy week for Nebraska.

This week for the Cornhuskers started with the news that Wisconsin was dealing with an outbreak of COVID-19 within the football program. That outbreak is still ongoing with Barry Alvarez announcing more positive tests Saturday morning.

Once the Cornhuskers knew their Week 2 was canceled, the team pivoted to try and find a non-conference opponent that would be willing to play at Nebraska. Nebraska found that opponent in UT-Chattanooga. In the end, the B1G struck down that chance to play by upholding that no non-conference games will be played in 2020.

Following that story, Nebraska AD Bill Moos said Saturday that he hopes recruits saw the story as it developed throughout the week. Moos believes the effort to play shows how Nebraska is willing to always put the chances of its student-athletes first.