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December 2003
Items about the coaching transition are here.
 

The end of an era: A surprising announcement from the Loon.
Sirdarean Adams commits to Michigan State.
Reserve receiver Grant Mulkay is arrested in San Antonio.
NFL notes: Dominic Raiola will have surgery to correct an irregular heartbeat, and Cory Schlesinger ups his broken-facemask total to 22.
Linebacker Michael Keenan says his NU commitment is solid.
NU's young talent provides hope for 2004 and beyond.
Three years after his record-setting, 240-yard performace in San Antonio, Dan Alexander looks for his niche in the pros.
Twenty years later, the "Triplets" look back.
Notre Dame moves up on Cortney Grixby's list while the Omaha Central star waits for Nebraska to choose a coach.
Nebraska must embrace change -- especially in offensive philosophy, says TSN's Matt Hayes.
QB Allan Evridge reconsiders his NU commitment.
Barrett Ruud closes in on NU's record for tackles in a season.
Thunder Collins is found not guilty in Oregon.
Turner Gill approaches a possible career crossroads.
One year after Steve Pederson's hiring, the Omaha and Lincoln papers take stock (1, 2, 3, 4). Also, his process for finding a new coach draws praise from Gil Brandt.
Maurice McClellan sticks with his NU commitment.
Two former Huskers make the Pro Bowl roster, and two others are first alternates.
Zach Copple chooses Harvard over Nebraska.
Nebraska's pursuit of a non-option QB shows that things have changed.
A fan's letter may have saved the life of ex-Husker William Washington: 1, 2
Josh Bullocks is named second-team AP All-America.
Three former Huskers are finalists for the NFL's Walter Payton Man of the Year award. Also, Correll Buckhalter is a winner of the Ed Block Courage Award.
NU entertains seven recruiting prospects.
Being the sideline signal man for Bo Pelini has Steve Safranec considering coaching.
Twenty years later, a simple life suits 1983 Heisman winner Mike Rozier.
From the the Loon, the latest poll results.
The Los Angeles Times looks at Husker Nation's bruised psyche.
Turmoil on the coaching staff goes back to mid-summer.
Two years after winning the Heisman, Eric Crouch talks about his life choices.
The coaches struggle to salvage NU's recruiting class. Quarterback D.T. McDowell discusses his leanings.
Former Husker I-back Paul Miles will soon join the Athletic Department staff.
The upset in the Big 12 title game is likely to send the Huskers to the Alamo Bowl: 1, 2, 3
The Carolina Panthers honor Mike Rucker.
Honor roll: Four Huskers are named first-team AP All-Big 12. Kyle Larson makes the All-America team of the American Football Coaches Association, and your vote can help him win the Ray Guy Award. More honorees listed here.
More trouble for Lawrence Phillips.
Husker recruit Michael Keenan is named Kansas City's player of the year.
Josh Bullocks, Matt Herian and Kyle Larson are coaches' first-team All-Big 12, and Richie Incognito joins those three on the Dallas Morning News team.
Kyle Larson is one of three Ray Guy Award finalists, and Judd Davies and Pat Ricketts are named second-team Academic All-Americans.
Zach Wiegert helps the Houston Texans reduce their sacks-surrendered total.
The Denver Post's undercover fan wraps up his Big 12 stadium tour.

 
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