Nebraska has fired head coach Mike Riley after three seasons with the program. The firing comes just one day after a 56-14 loss to Iowa.
The Huskers went 19-19 in Riley's three seasons.
“Mike Riley has brought tremendous professionalism and energy to the Nebraska football program, but unfortunately, those attributes have not translated to on-field success,” Athletic Director Bill Moos said. “After a thorough review of all aspects of our football program, I have chosen to move in a different direction.”
Linebackers coach Trent Bray has been appointed interim head coach. The focus now shifts to finding a new, permanent head coach for Nebraska.