N E W S A R C H I V E
Nebraska is the birthplace
of eight-man football.
Blankman talks about apathy
, and the BBS is working for a redout
Husker Dan takes a trip
to the hospital to visit a friend.
The Iowa State game will not be on TV.
NU uninspired in loss
to Kansas State.
Tom Shatel wonders
if Coach Callahan has lost his team.
looks at a time line back to 1995.
Travis Hill recalls how his missed assignment
helped seal NU's win over Kansas State in 1991.
Running-back prospect Marlon Lucky
says NU and USC are atop his list.
The Black Coaches Assn. gives NU's coaching search a "B"
. Full report here
Holdover staffers Gill and Downing say they mesh well
with the new crew.
Brandon Jackson is earning his stripes with "Dirty South
checks in with his Baylor analysis and some mail bag.
Coach Cosgrove takes the heat
for last week's third-quarter lapse and prepares for two quarterbacks (1
*) this week.
There are fewer players on the field
during pregame warm-ups.
benefiting from Husker coaching changes?
A former pro baseball player from Colorado gives his opinion
on the WCO.
Read the interview with Dave Humm
about his career at Nebraska.
Barrett Ruud to receive the Brook Berringer Memorial Endowed Scholarship.
For a little comic relief from the Tech game click here.
Place your vote for the Orange Bowl Championships legends.
USA Today offers their take
on the Texas Tech game.
has been getting more snaps in practice.
Coach Callahan say the team has a deep resolve
to get better.
Nebraska is bombed
by the reality of rebuilding.
There is a new contributor on HuskerPedia. Welcome The Rev.
plans on joining the basketball team after the season.
is on a nationwide sports ministry radio show.
A Nebraska cheerleader needs your vote
in the Athlon contest.
He was a freshman sensation, but then injuries took a toll on Monte Anthony
The switch to offense has been like a rebirth
for Seppo Evwaraye