Harvey Jackson

BYU Cougars #1 - Defensive Back

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 215
  • Seasons: SR

BYU's a power, and now it's got a power schedule

BYU boasts a potentially brilliant offense, but can the Cougars survive a brutal September slate to break the eight-win barrier for the first time since 2011?

BYU throttles Texas again!

After a slow start, Taysom Hill and the Cougars rolled the Longhorns for a second straight year.

Greg Wrubell's thoughts on 2014 Cougars Part II

Greg Wrubell shares his thoughts on BYU scheduling Alabama, recruiting, the defense, and what he looks forward to most this season.

Nebraska looks like ... a 9-win team

Nebraska has needed both frustrating losses and miraculous wins to craft this strange streak of six consecutive four-loss seasons. And with a couple of standouts and a lot of rebuilding in the...

Trent Hosick to transfer to BYU

BYU received another commit Monday night, as former Missouri quarterback Trent Hosick his intentions to transfer to BYU clear.

Nebraska Safety Harvey Jackson to join Cougars


BYU got some good news Thursday as talented Nebraska safety Harvey Jackson announced his attention to join the Cougars. Take a look at what Jackson brings to Bronco Mendenhall's defense.

Flakes: Not A Witty Day Today


Nothing, really. I got nothing.

Spring Practice Report: Jamal Turner Back at QB?


Maybe it's just an experiment to utilize Turner as a wildcat quarterback, but he spent most of Nebraska's first spring football practice at quarterback. Also, Corey Cooper missed the practice with...

Husker Recruiting Under Bo, a Review: 2010 Class


The final chapter - the class of 2010 was much celebrated at the time, but in the long run it was more notable for busts and transfers. But it did include Lavonte as well the current team's...

Do the Huskers have a new Defensive Back Coach?


One name seemed to emerge late Wednesday as the front-runner for the vacant DB coaching spot with the Huskers. And it's not one many expected to hear.

Report Card: UCLA 41, Huskers 21


In the second half, Nebraska struggled on both sides of the ball the rest of the way, and got blown out.

Report Card: Huskers 56, Southern Miss 13


The Eagles aren't a very good football team right now. But the Huskers showed improvement; Nebraska stopped the bleeding, and corrected some of the mistakes on defense.