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November 2003
Items about the firing of Frank Solich are here.
 

Ex-Husker Bobby Hohn dies at age 62 after a battle with Lou Gerhig's disease.
Josh Bullocks and Kyle Larson are named all-conference by the K.C. Star.
Twenty Huskers make first-team Academic All-Big 12, and Chad Sievers closes in on graduating with a 4.0 GPA: 1, 2
Steve Pederson says he never discussed Frank Solich's status with boosters. Solich, meanwhile, says he has no quarrel with how Pederson is handling the situation. More from Tuesday's press conference: 1, 2, 3
Uncertainty about the future of Frank Solich spawns columns around the country: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
The atmosphere of uncertainty has some recruits wavering.
NU booster David Sokol says Steve Pederson is botching the Solich situation.
NFL scouts see potential in Jammal Lord.
Tom Osborne reiterates that his coaching days are over.
Dennis Dodd tells a tale of two coaches as he assesses the situation in Lincoln.
The Journal-Star's editor explains the decision to run the Solich-Pederson story.
Frank Solich says retirement has never crossed his mind and that he is unaware of any plans by Steve Pederson to force him out. Columnists (1, 2, 3) and Husker players and recruits (1, 2) also react to the Lincoln Journal-Star report.
Three boosters say Steve Pederson has told them that Frank Solich will be asked to retire after the Colorado game, the Lincoln Journal-Star reports.
Prospective QB recruit SirDarean Adams has a rough outing as Frank Solich watches: 1, 2
In the Kitchen with Lutisha: Get the cookbook from Neil Smith's mother.
The weekend in Lincoln impresses two top recruits despite the lopsided loss.
Bo Pelini doesn't let the detractors faze him.
Just a sophomore, Josh Bullocks closes in on NU's career interception record.
Bo Pelini should have bitten his tongue, a Kansas columnist says.
Matt Herian is one of eight Mackey Award semifinalists.
Husker recruit Nathan Swift is named Minneapolis-area player of the year.
The Athletic Department takes its fund-raising pitch to the fans.
The Denver Post's undercover fan describes his visit to football nirvana.
DT Byron Smith from Kilgore Junior College in Texas commits to joining the recruiting class of 2004.
Tom Osborne and a Kansas City columnist shake their heads at fans who seem to expect the moon.
Four Huskers are named Academic All-District.
Merchants in Lawrence reach out to Husker fans whose tires were slashed.
Kyle Larson is one of 10 Ray Guy Award semifinalists, and Demorrio Williams makes Dennis Dodd's All-America team.
You must be 21 to play: The Loon sets the rules for the Husker drinking game.
Demorrio Williams earns Big 12 player-of-the-week honors.
Two columnists come to the defense of Frank Solich: 1, 2
Steve Pederson announces the facility upgrades, including a multi-sport facility and a boost in seating capacity at Memorial Stadium. A fundraising drive with Tommie Frazier playing a key role will help make it all possible.
Mizzou tries to halt sales of a poster showing the goal posts coming down after the NU game.
The Loon provides his own peek at the facility upgrades.
Turner Gill discusses his role as disciplinarian.
Josh Bullocks is one of 12 Jim Thorpe Award semifinalists, and the Huskers' pickoff artist may soon add punt returns to his repertoire.
Monte Kiffin helps the Huskers from afar.
A Boulder columnist calls for Charlie McBride to rescue the Buffs' defense, but McBride says he's happy in retirement.
Ex-Husker Eric Warfield starts hitting his stride in K.C.
The east Texas town of Beckville watches Demorrio Williams' exploits with pride.
Steve Manstedt recalls his big fumble return in the 1974 Cotton Bowl.

 
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