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July 2004

Russ Hochstein is the projected starter at guard for the Patriots.
Scott Frost is trying out with the Bucs.
Jordan Adams is recovering from mono.
Former Husker player and coach Glenn Presnell turns 99 and Ironton, OH is celebrating. Sign the online petition to get him into the Hall of Fame.
Bill Callahan believes in the West Coast Offense and has in state recruits wondering if they fit in.
Big 12 coaches like anonymity in voting on polls.
The North wins the Shrine Bowl.
Matt Herian, Barrett Ruud, and Josh Bullocks join Coach Callahan at the Big 12 Media Days. More 1, 2, 3, 4 , 5, 6
Patrick Kabongo is moving to offense for the Ottawa Renegades.
Marque McCray is not going to be on the roster.
Dave Rimington gets inducted into the CoSIDA Academic HOF.
The Bob Terrio Classic was a big success. Follow the link for pictures.
There are eight new faces on the pre-season depth chart. Three starters from last year need to earn their position back.
Beau Davis is trying to put on some weight.
Dennis Dodd ranks Nebraska 22nd.
Thunder Collins gets arrested for old warrants.
Brett Byford gives the Huskers a "Bama" flavor.
Season tickets are still hard to come by.
Margaret Max is celebrating her 86th birthday today (July 20th).
Media Poll has NU third in Big 12 North.
Richie Incognitio gets fined for a February assault.
The Pitt game will be on ABC with a 11 AM kick off.
Angus McClure finds similarities between Sacramento and Lincoln.
Sports Illustrated has its preseason review of the Huskers.
Ryon Bingham signs with the Chargers.
An Overton, NE lineman gets a scholarship offer.
Cory Schlesinger takes a look back at the '95 Orange Bowl.
Pork Chop is getting leaner.
Craig Roark makes a pitch for the Huskers.
Dave Humm expects to be passed over in the record book this fall.
Eight new inductees go into the Nebraska Hall of Fame.
Nebraska fans are Number 1, according to Sports Illustrated.
Will Shields and Grant Wistrom make TSN's Good Guy list for the third year.
Richie Incognito is on the Outland Trophy watch list.
David Harvey from Maryland commits to the Huskers.
Curt McKeever wonders if time will heal Pederson's wounds.
Garth Glissman accepts his under-the-radar status at QB.
Registration opens for Husker Football 101 for Women.
NU is in hot pursuit of El Paso running back Edward Britton, who puts the Huskers in his top two.

 
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