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June 2001

NU wins AFCA recognition for its graduation rate.
Dennis Dodd looks at NU's Canadian connection.
The Big 12 all-sports crown again goes to NU.
Bill Lafleur hones his punting skills in Europe.
The Troy State and Rice games will be on TV.
Irving Fryar joins the CNN broadcast team.
TSN's top 10 defensive unit rankings all list NU: line, linebackers, secondary.
A few more freshman student tickets become available.
Frank Solich crunches some numbers and identifies areas that need improvement.
From the NFL: updates on Scott Frost, Eric Johnson and Russ Hochstein.
True fans can go in style in a Husker casket.
Randy Stella is almost back.
Cornerback recruit Antwon Guidry must take a detour to Hutchinson Community College in Kansas, but it's clear sailing for Titus Adams.
Josh Mueller of Columbus Lakeview weighs an offer from NU.
Eric Crouch's surgeon says the QB has resolve.
Timothy Harrington tries to sort out the thinking behind the preseason rankings.
OL Kurt Mann of Grand Island becomes the third known 2002 recruit.
NU Medical Center retirees get their tickets yanked.
Which schools have the winningest back-to-back coaches? Tex Noel takes a look.
Eric Crouch, Judd Davies and John Gibson all make progress in post-surgery rehab.
Thunder Collins enters a not-guilty plea.
Nebraska finishes 13th in the 2000-01 Sears Directors' Cup standings: 1, 2
Josh Brown is arrested on assault charges.
Dan Alexander adjusts to non-option football.
Mark LeFlore makes Max Emfinger's list of top WRs.
More trouble for Thunder Collins: 1, 2, 3
A Louisiana lineman talks up NU's football camp.
Warren Alfson, a 1941 Rose Bowler, dies at age 86.
It's another comeback for Johnny Mitchell.
NU gets its earliest commitment ever: Lincoln Southeast junior-to-be Bo Ruud for the recruiting class of 2003. (He is the brother of Barrett Ruud.)
Elkhorn's Jay Moore says he'll be a Husker.

 
 
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