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June 2003
 

Strength coach Bryan Bailey's job dedication earns praise.
Richie Incognito says he has "grown up a lot" and intends to avoid costly penalties.
Cory Schlesinger has become the foundation of the Detroit Lions' backfield.
Memorial Stadium is No. 6 on Dennis Dodd's top 10 list.
Five assistant coaches are still working without contracts.
Lannie Hopkins says he's nearly fully recovered from athletic pubalgia.
Reports from the Husker Nation Tour: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
The recruiting class of 2004 gains three more commitments.
Cancer takes the life of former NU wingback Tim McCrady.
Thursday's Husker Nation Tour gains a corporate sponsor.
Athlon's previews the 2003 Huskers.
A judge refuses to lift a no-contact order involving Junior Tagoa'i and his domestic-violence case.
Zac Potter isn't ready to commit to NU's scholarship offer.
HuskerVision's Jeff Schmahl takes a job at A&M.
NU's summer football camps allow the coaches quality time with prospects.
Josh Brown signs with the Seahawks.
Ten players join the Husker Nation Tour lineup.
Mike Stuntz works at improving his strength and speed.
Scott Frost signs with the 49ers.
The Academic All-America Hall of Fame will honor Tom Osborne.
Nebraska Wesleyan hires Nelson Barnes.
NU tenders an early offer to Creighton Prep's Zac Potter.
NU's first four games will be on TV.
Car perks for coaches come under fire.
The Big 12 considers anchoring the title game at a site for three years at a time.
Clinton Childs isn't giving up on his NFL dream.
Pinnacle keeps the NU broadcast rights: 1, 2, 3.
No surprises in the Big 12's football schedules for 2004-07.
It's camp time, a key step in talent evaluation and recruiting.
Phil Steele puts NU at No. 12 in his preseason ratings.
Ex-Huskers call strength coach Bryan Bailey a perfect fit.
Newcomers update: Andy Birkel is the OWH's Nebraska male high school athlete of the year, and Brett Byford gears up for his move to Lincoln.
Boyd Epley comments on the OWH report that his 34-year run as strength and conditioning director is about to end.
Marques Simmons chooses Iowa.
College Football News pegs NU at No. 30 in the nation and No. 4 in the Big 12 North.
Scott Downing and NU get a jump on recruiting. Meanwhile, UCLA joins the pursuit of Omaha Central's Cortney Grixby and Brandon Gunn.
Steve Pederson reviews the revised radio-rights bids.
Eric Crouch tries his hand at kick returns.
The June 26 Husker Nation Tour firms up its 15-town itinerary.
Backup Penn State QB Greg Hennigar is killed in a car crash.
Jammal Lord works at being a better passer.

 
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