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May 2004


 
Boyd Epley focuses on construction of the athletic complex.
Football camps let the staff assess budding talent.
The issue of whether Houston Nutt was offered the NU job resurfaces in court.
Nebraska has the interest of several top high school passing quarterbacks.
Rob Zatechka earns his medical degree.
With the NFL's Texans, Jammal Lord works on the transition to defensive back.
Freshman cornerback Adrain Turner will transfer.
Frank Solich isn't ruling out a job in the pro ranks.
National recruiting experts note the change in Nebraska's approach.
Steve Pederson aims to reduce the number of sponsors for stadium ads.
Ex-Huskers gather for Grant Wistrom's charity event.
Meet Aaron Stamn, the newest and youngest Callahan assistant.
A 6 p.m. kickoff is set for the season opener.
An Iowa community college hires Dave Gillespie as head coach, and Mark Mauer takes over at a school in his native Minnesota.
Double-stripe pants will return for 2004.
Schulte Field House, about to be razed, holds plenty of memories.
Bill Callahan says in-state recruits are still a priority, even though Zach Potter apparently is the only one with an offer.
A Denver columnist has a chat with Bo Pelini.
This year's Husker Nation Tour is set for June 25.
Dan Vili Waldrop joins the Lincoln Capitols but still hopes to land an NFL job.
Trev Alberts has more to say about the Huskers' future. Earlier story here.
Injuries end the careers of Chris Septak and Mike McLaughlin.
Patience pays off for receiver Marque McCray.
A Sporting News writer discusses NU's new look (1, 2), and SI.com's Stewart Mandel says a solid defense gives Bill Callahan more leeway on offense.
The Chicago Tribune serves up a Bill Callahan update before his appearance in the Windy City.
Will Shields offers insight and inspiration to students at Girls and Boys Town.
Dennis Dodd pegs the Huskers at No. 23.
The Athletic Dept. is having a garage sale of sorts on Saturday.
Bill Callahan will speak at Chicagoans for Nebraska's Founders Day dinner.
Another receiver appears bound for NU, and running back Brandon Jackson clears an academic hurdle.
A judge convicts Richie Incognito on one count of misdemeanor assault.
Junior college receivers from California and Arizona appear headed to Lincoln.

 
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