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April 19, 2015
This week in Husker history: Missouri Valley Conference schools reject a Kansas proposal to replace football with rugby
Steve Sipple says it's been a year of regression
* for Husker athletics, on track for 10th place in the conference.
Mike Riley talks about his new job in a Q&A
* with Tom Shatel.
Nineteen years after Brook Berringer's death, the OWH looks back
First- and second-year players are solidly in the mix in the competition in the defensive secondary
Steve Sipple says quarterback Tommy Armstrong's leadership
will be vital during the Huskers' summer workouts.
A California coroner rules the death of Lawrence Phillips' cellmate a homicide by strangulation
Check out the Diehard Tour video
from Saturday's spring game and HuskerMax tailgate.
Athlon Sports analyzes the Big Ten schedules
and sees Nebraska competing in a couple of the best games.
Wide receiver Jamal Turner is eager to resurrect his career
after the ups and downs of the last few seasons.
A juco addition
to the 2015 recruiting class on defense is a possibility.
There was a Big Ten West teleconference Wednesday, with Mike Riley & Jordan Westerkamp representing NU. Reports: 1
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