(Links were not systematically saved until May 2001. Listed here is an incomplete collection.)
Husker Press Box
turns the clock back to 1915 as it begins a game-by-game look at the NU-Notre Dame series.
The only thing missing is Ed McMahon as the Red Clad Loon plays Carnac
I-back Chris Butler is transferring to Auburn, and Robin Miller will move to fullback: 1
The 2001 recruiting class doubles as two linemen
unofficially join the fold.
Eric Crouch is in the clear with the NCAA on the ham-sandwich thing: 1
Arizona State still has Bill Byrne
in its sights.
The NCAA News profiles Johnny Rodgers
, Heisman winner and diploma earner.
works at meeting everyone's sky-high expectations.
He's been to the mountaintop (three times), and now Tony Veland
plays for the fun of it with the Lincoln Lightning.
Coloradans, here's your chance to see & hear Frank Solich
Johnny Rodgers is tapped for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame: 1
Phyllis Devaney dies at age 83: 1
The site is called Polkamaniacs
, but don't go there expecting any accordion music. It's an online tribute to No. 13, Carlos Polk.
As expected, Dan Hadenfeldt
must sit out the season opener, the NCAA says. (And what will it have to say about the wrestling
Spring game coverage moves inside
, but the Colonel
stays out front for one more day, since his column was delayed for nearly 24 hours by our untimely server outage.
With Jammal Lord out, who are these guys taking snaps at QB
is aiming to make the most of his senior season.
Changes appear likely in how the BCS
The 2001 recruiting class has its first member, Millard North QB Mike McLaughlin
The results from NU's physical testing bring a smile to Boyd Epley's face: 1
Speaking of the Irish, Mark Blaudschun
sees this season as pivotal for the Golden Domers.
A California columnist writes about the Darryl Strawberry
case and Dr. Tom's book "Faith in the Game."
Better get used to predictions like this
-- and don't let them go to your head!