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N E W S    A R C H I V E

July 2003
 

Tommie Frazier calls Eric Crouch's move a cop-out.
NU is unranked in the coaches' poll.
Mike Brown strives to turn the Bears into Super Bowl material.
Football and baseball standout D.T. McDowell of Tucker, Ga., accepts a football scholarship.
Keyuo Craver is living up to expectations in New Orleans, but Steve Craver fails to qualify academically.
Correll Buckhalter is on the rebound after sitting out 2002 with an injured knee.
Blankman tosses and turns as the season draws near.
Steve Pederson says he wants to see progress in 2003, not a particular win total.
The LJS looks at the what the game's long-range physical toll on a player can be.
All key players who are fighting injuries should be ready to go on Aug. 6, Frank Solich says.
Tom Osborne says he can relate to Eric Crouch's decision.
Reporters pick NU third in the Big 12 North. Richie Incognito is the only all-conference selection.
Ahman Green has proved to be a good fit with the Packers.
NFL rosters include 42 ex-Huskers. Five summers ago, Eric Warfield never dreamed he'd be one of them.
OL Seth Olsen of Millard North commits to NU.
Jammal Lord is on the Davey O'Brien Award watch list.
Chris Kelsay signs with the Bills.
Eric Crouch should have "given it more of a chance," Brett Favre says. Crouch says it was switch positions or be cut. More on his exit from Green Bay and from football: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
A full-fledged playoff appears dead for now, and the non-BCS schools form a coalition.
Frank Solich criticizes Bill Snyder's decision not to attend Big 12 media days.
The Des Moines paper assesses the NU coaches' task of turning things around.
Students jump off the ticket bandwagon.
Even at the summer workouts, an air of secrecy prevails.
Cortney Grixby and two other blue-chippers being pursued by NU aren't ready to decide.
NU steps up its recruiting efforts in Florida.
Mike Brown stays with the Bears.
Huskers.com previews the special teams, defense and offense.
Season parking passes are available.
Joe Dailey gets acclimated in Lincoln as fall camp draws near.
Eric Crouch hopes returning kicks will buy him time to learn the quarterback position with Green Bay.
Southern Miss isn't downplaying the magnitude of its home game against NU.
A look at Bo Pelini's younger days shows that he thrives on competition and challenges.
Jemayel Phillips sheds some pounds.
TSN's Matt Hayes chimes in on the more than $150,000 in coaches' bonuses for the 2002 season.
Steve Pederson pushes to cut operating expenses and says a facility upgrade is coming soon.
An Okie State defensive end is suspended after a felony arrest.
About 1,500 student tickets remain available.
NU is honored for its graduation rate.
Barney Cotton has firm roots in the passing game.
Tom Osborne will speak at a July 26 fund-rasier for Jerry Murtaugh's GOAL foundation.
After a kidney transplant, Southern Miss star Derrick Nix returns to campus as a grad assistant.
Frank Solich says he isn't paying attention to the preseason magazines' bleak predictions for NU.
A new addition to fans' pregame warmups: The Husker Nation Pavilion.
Bo Pelini and the Stoops brothers team up at a football camp in Youngstown, Ohio.
NU slips to fourth in the OWH's Big 12 all-sports standings.
Thunder Collins is arrested in an Oregon assault case.
A Kansas City-area linebacker commits to NU: 1, 2, 3

 
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