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April 2006

Willie Harper reflects back on his playing career.
Coach Callahan hits the recruiting trail.
Detroit takes Daniel Bullocks with pick number 40 in the NFL draft.*
RealFootball365.com looks at the first half of the schedule.
The spring shake-out continues as DE-LB Adam Blankenship departs.
Tickets to the Big 12 championship game in K.C. go on sale.
Titus Adams' late-season surge* improves his chances in the NFL draft.
Husker coaches hit the recruiting trail, particularly in Texas.
Oklahoma offensive lineman Chad Roark* appears set to transfer to NU.*
Husker Dan checks in with his spring game assessment.
HuskerPedia™ interviews Larry The Cable Guy.
Cody Glenn gets selected as a Sports Illustrated spring game star.
Leon Jackson's exit exposes two ugly traits* of recruiting hype.
Cory Ross strives to keep playing in a big man's game.*
Stewart Mandel is encouraged by the Huskers, and SI ranks Nebraska 16th.
CoachCallahan.com has updates on the recent golf classic and spring game.
Larry Jacobson named one of twelve greatest South Dakota athletes.
Seppo Evwaraye and Sam Koch hope their names are called in the NFL draft.
The fumblerooski passes away quietly at age 27.
Turner Gill works on attitude adjustment at Buffalo.
Grant Mulkey expresses regret after being dismissed* from the team. 1620thezone audio
Omaha North QB Phillip Bates* chooses Iowa State over Nebraska.
A look at Maurice Purify's unprecedented two-sport accomplishment.
The Big Red is back.
A new MRI on Harrison Beck's throwing shoulder shows no major damage,* and Bill Callahan says the QB's progress as a player remains on track.
The OWH marks the 10th anniversary* of Brook Berringer's* death.
Use of a banned supplement gets Iowa State's top tackler kicked off the team.
Starting jobs on defense are far from settled,* Kevin Cosgrove says.
David Max endorses Tom Osborne for Governor.
Bluecreek has a new Restore the Order desktop.
Wistrom, Rucker, et al. have earned NU the label Defensive End U.
Other schools try to duplicate Nebraska-style spring fever.
The Reds dominate on both sides of the ball in a 35-7 win as the spring season wraps up. Find stats and coverage on the game page.
Terrence Nunn works at sharpening his skills.*
Eleven players are named to the Brook Berringer Citizenship Team.
The Big 12 title game's future could be in doubt.
The spring game, now a major recruiting tool,* can bring fleeting stardom.*
The Huskers have their final practice before Saturday's game. Herian* will play.
Kenny Wilson will be an interested observer* Saturday. Suh ready to be a force.*
Former Huskers Inc. event in Lincoln features Christian Peter and Tom Osborne.
Linebackers Ruud and Bradley eager to be cleared for full contact.
Huskers stay outside for 13th practice. Beck's status* for Saturday uncertain.
Matt Slauson making a name(s) for himself on the offensive line.*
A few injuries crop up during spring practice.
Matt Schick has a video report on Matt Herian.
Southern Cal tries to stay hungry* as it reloads for next season.
Tight end Justin Tomerlin* knows now's the time to start making a splash.
A rugged mentality on the offensive line could mean a stronger running game.
For many a hardcore Husker fan, the 2006-07 football season has begun.
Cosgrove has high hopes for the defense.* Shanle* and Rigoni aim to contribute.
Beck may miss the spring game. Huskers practice outdoors for first time.
Planning to go to the spring game? Here's some info from the Athletic Dept.
Joe Ganz seizes the moment. Marlon Lucky* moves north-south.
Coaches* from 16 states attended Saturday's practice.* Running backs impress.
Matt Herian* back on track* and expects to be at full speed.
Brook Berringer's memory lives on 10 years after his untimely death: 1, 2, 3, 4
John Mabry interviews Steve Pederson.
Barry Turner ready to make an impact,* but he knows he must be patient.
The university says no to filmmakers shooting a football movie.
Tampa Bay coach Jon Gruden* visits practice and is impressed* with Taylor.
Glenn misses most of practice with ankle sprain.
Husker football coordinators get pay hikes.
Rick Anderson prints are now available in the HuskerPedia™ Mall.
U-back becomes part of the Husker alphabet.
A more physical* Cortney Grixby emerges in spring ball.
The fourth annual Former Huskers, Inc. dinner will be in Lincoln April 14th at the Cornhusker Marriott with Aaron Davis and Tom Osborne as speakers.
Part three of the Tom Osborne interview covers the political years.
Zack Bowman works on his technique.*
Tyrell Spain tries to catch up after sitting out last season.
Chris Patrick* works hard to make an impact on the offensive line.
Greg Austin lends a hand as maintenance man* at center.
Ten years after the plane crash, FCA festivities to honor Brook Berringer.*
Wednesday's practice featured a hard-hitting scrimmage.
Barry Cryer takes healthy approach. David Harvey* looks to get noticed.
Real Football 365 looks at the Nebraska running game.
Matt Slauson becoming a force at right tackle as the O-line builds depth.*
Crunch time with Daniel Bullocks 04/05.
Patrick Kabongo re-signs with the Edmonton Eskimos.
The Huskers work for further improvement* on punt returns.
Cosgrove pleased with defensive progress. Brandenburgh moves to SAM* linebacker. Carriker ready to lead.
Several players sustained injuries in Saturday's scrimmage.
Kickers pushing each other in spring practices.
Depth in offensive line* a priority. Glenn* impressive in scrimmage.
Steve Sipple has a Q & A session with Zac Taylor.
Callahan, Huskers emphasize offensive line and I-backs.
The running game* gets attention in the first major scrimmage of the spring.
The imposing Ndamukong Suh works at mastering the game's mental side.*
Chris Patrick glad he decided to stay and works to keep his starting spot.
Octavien* attacks comeback.* Spain* starting over.
Advertising clutter at Memorial Stadium is being cut back.

 
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