12th game approved
by NCAA starting in 2006.
Alex Smith and Bill Busch
* still have a strong bond.
The Houston Bowl moves to a New Year's Eve time slot.
arrested on suspicion of domestic violence.
Join Dick Butkus and Jerry Murtaugh at the 6th Annual GOAL
Washington goes in the 1st round
, Ruud, Bullocks in the 2nd. More 1
Former coach Frank Solich has his first Spring Game at Ohio on Saturday. Details and pictures are at BobcatsPedia™.
HuskerPedia™ interviews Director of Compliance Gary Bargen.
has a Spring Game analysis and a picture of Tom Osborne in Iraq.
HuskerPedia™ Spring Game pictures are now on line
Equipment manager Glen Abbott
remembered at memorial service.
Rutgers, Boston College, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Connecticut, Notre Dame and Ohio U.
are on Joe Dailey's
Jammal Lord appreciates his time at Nebraska.
Justin Tomerlin may step in at tight end
if Matt Herian isn't ready.
Former Huskers keep tabs
on the team and 13 from the 2004 team
are named to the Brook Berringer Citizenship Team.
Saturday was the day for a new record attendance of 63,416. The official Spring Game information page
is up on Huskers.com. Recruits
will be there.
The NCAA is considering adding a 12th game
option in 2006.
Affiliated Foods Midwest, Husker BBQ Sauce, Scotty's Meats and Fast Fixin' will host a tailgate at Saturday's Spring Game for PediaCard™ Holders
* will have more than football on his mind this Saturday.
Adam Ickes lights a fire in his home town
* of Page.
* is following the footsteps of his boyhood idol.
Due to requests more two pen options
are available for the Corn Cob Pens.
The quarterback race heats up
between Taylor and Dailey.
The Gator Bowl
is talking about an alliance with the Big 12.
All HuskerPedia™ readers can get $10 off for tickets for the Former Huskers
banquet on Friday, the 15th in Omaha featuring Ahman Green.
Thomas-Fuamatu is hitting the books hard.
Steve Kriewald will be a speaker at the 20th Annual Family Banquet
* position is suddenly a little thin.
Cory Ross has a history
* of running from trouble.
for women will benefit breast cancer research this year.