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November 2006

Stats don't tell the whole story of all-Big 12 fullback Dane Todd. video
Recruiting notes: NU finds success* in Texas. More I-back by committee* likely.
Husker Dan reviews the Colorado game.
It's official: It'll be the Fiesta or the Cotton Bowl for the Huskers.
Big 12 sportswriters bestow another top honor on Zac Taylor.
KETV has a video retrospective of the NU-OU classic of 35 years ago.
The Zac Taylor* story: Who would have believed it? photo gallery
The league's coaches* name Zac Taylor the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year,* and Adam Carriker is Defensive Lineman of the Year. Those two are joined by Dane Todd and Bo Ruud on the all-conference team. video
The K.C. Star names Zac Taylor the Offensive Player of the Year as he joins Adam Carriker on the paper's All-Big 12 team. Two Huskers are second team.
Iowa State hires Texas' Gene Chizik as its new coach.
A running back from Houston commits to NU's recruiting class of 2007.
Barry Turner is named Big 12 special-teams player of the week.
Adam Carriker is coming on strong* in the season's home stretch.
All-Big 12 honors* might prove elusive for the standouts on this year's NU team.
A receiver* from Arizona commits to the recruiting class of 2007.
Nebraska 37, Colorado 14. Coverage on the game page. Pregame stories here.
Zack Bowman is gauging his NFL draft stock, Bill Callahan confirms.
Raising a Husker: Dan Erickson.
Jay Norvell is no longer a candidate* for the ISU job.
Is it time to make Oklahoma-Nebraska a Thanksgiving tradition* again?
Fifteen Huskers are named first-team Academic All-Big 12.
Linebacker recruit Blake Lawrence is playing through pain.*
A linebacker/safety from Texas* commits to NU's recruiting class of 2007.
Bill Callahan says he supports Jay Norvell's head-coaching aspirations.*
The OWH's Lee Barfknecht says Zac Taylor is the league's MVP.*
Who would be the tougher foe in Kansas City, the Sooners or the 'Horns?
Bill Callahan borrows from John Wooden in building a coaching philosophy.
Free time comes at a premium for scholar-athlete Dane Todd*
The Husker receiving corps makes strides in its playmaking ability.*
Iowa State talks to Jay Norvell about its coaching job.
NU looks for answers to its defensive lapses and third-quarter offensive woes.
Maurice Purify's basketball prowess is what sold Ted Gilmore on the receiver.
There are two sides* to Husker recruit Blake Lawrence.
Former adversaries* Andre Jones and Maurice Purify help each other improve.
Will Zack Bowman enter the '07 draft? And would doing so be a mistake?
Tom Osborne is returning to NU — to teach.
The defensive line stays loose with its pregame "slow-mo" moves.
The million-dollar college football coach has become the norm.
Zac Lee,* a standout JUCO quarterback, commits to the Huskers' recruiting class of 2007 and will enroll in January.
Steve Octavien hopes to put his injury problems* behind him.
Younger players form a solid foundation* for the O-line's future.
Long snapper T.J. O'Leary is a Husker from way back.*
Tommie Frazier resigns* as head coach at Doane.
Kurt Mann tries to remain positive* as his playing time dwindles.
Husker Dan and the Colonel assess the A&M game.
NU fans must adapt to a new variety of excitement, Ed Howard writes.
Maron Lucky says his mix of running and receiving plays to his strengths.*
The Husker defense has plenty of family ties to members of past teams.
A kicker from Fort Worth* commits to NU's recruiting class of 2007.
A look at five fourth-quarter plays* that made the win over A&M possible. A couple of walk-ons also played key roles.
Up next is Colorado, a winner Saturday against Iowa State. Meanwhile, Texas is still a win away* from the Big 12 title game as the 'Horns stumble at KSU.
Nebraska 28, A&M 27: The Huskers are your Big 12 North champions with a wild 28-27 win over the Aggies at Kyle Field. Find links to coverage on the game page. Order this classic on DVD. Get your Big 12 Championship tickets now.
Bill Byrne* talks about his change of allegiance and other matters.
Raising a Husker: Andy Christensen. Catching up with Danny Noonan.
Four Huskers are Academic All-District; Dane Todd is a Wuerffel Trophy finalist.
Jay Norvell is seen as a possible candidate for the job in Ames.
Dan McCarney's exit* has QB Phillip Bates reconsidering* his ISU pledge.
Don't believe everything you hear or read about recruiting.*
Husker Dan checks in with his Missouri assessment/A&M preview. Jeff checks in with this week's Scarlet Commentary.
Dave Humm and Zac Taylor "shoot the breeze".*
Maurice Purify talks about his big day and his September frustrations.
Jacob Hickman holds up well in his first start on the offensive line.
NU 34, Missouri 20. Coverage on the game page. Pregame coverage here.
Raising a Husker: Dan Titchener. Catching up with Jesse Kosch.
A look way back at Nebraska's 1944 upset of Mizzou in Lincoln.
Early-graduating QB recruit Patrick Witt looks forward to spring drills in Lincoln.
Californians4NE and NEKansans4NE are having drawings for CU game tickets.
A missing ingredient this season for NU: the game-changing kick return.
Backup defensive ends Zach Potter and Barry Turner try to exercise patience.*
Jeff and Husker Dan offer their OSU postscripts.

 
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