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December 2006

Bob Thornton recalls his big day in the 1974 Cotton Bowl.
The N.Y. Times writes about Irving Fryar's spiritual turnaround.
Is there a future in the NFL* for Zac Taylor?
Bill Callahan is learning the expectations* of his job, Tom Shatel writes.
The Huskers get another commitment* from an Arizona athlete. Full list here.
Last year's wild finish at the Alamo Bowl still has 'em talking.
Clint Cosgrove* hopes to follow his dad's footsteps despite the job's negatives.*
The players point toward a big year in 2007.*
Johnny Rodgers and his new book are featured by BlackAthlete.com.
Bill Callahan works at cultivating Nebraska's Texas connections.*
Kurt Mann gets ready for life after football.*
Matt Herian's NFL aspirations* are still alive.
The Dallas paper describes Brandon Jackson's difficult path to stardom.
Blue-chip offensive guard Jaivorio Burkes* commits to the Huskers.
Andrew Shanle hopes for a future in coaching.
Ex-Husker Clete Pillen learns from a heart attack.
It's been a December to remember* for Husker recruiting.
Former Husker Curt Dukes lands on the silver screen.
The coaches have high praise for the new juco transfers.*
NU gets its first O-line commitment* of the 2007 recruiting class.
Zac Lee's competitive streak has him eyeing the starting QB job in 2007.
There are no plans to de-emphasize the fullback position, Jay Norvell says.
Todd Brown recalls the '82 win over Auburn and discusses his divided loyalties.
Andre Jones vows to regain his Blackshirt.*
"It's like I'm leaving family," Ola Dagunduro says as his time at NU nears an end.
Upcoming event: Californians for Nebraska Founders Day with Johnny Rodgers.
The CU game remains the regular-season finale* in 2008-15 league schedules.
Another defensive recruit, DE William Yancy* from Arizona, commits for 2007.
The Huskers' defensive line will have a lot of shoes to fill after Jan. 1.
The emergence of Carl Nicks* gives the right side of the O-line lots of heft.
Jerry Tagge discusses the 1971 team's place* among the college football greats.
A big junior offensive lineman from Iowa* becomes the third early commitment for the Huskers' recruiting class of 2008.
Brandon Jackson sets his sights* on the 1,000-yard mark.
Three or four more reportedly join* the recruiting class of 2007.
A top California cornerback commits to the Huskers. See how the heralded recruiting class of 2005 has panned out* so far.
Sam Keller* ends a semester of practices with an inside track on the QB job for next season.
Buddy Wyatt is officially on board as defensive line coach.* Huskers.com video
Maurice Purify knows he has work to do to become the go-to receiver.
An Alabama assistant is in the hunt* for the vacancy on Bill Callahan's staff.
The 1995 Huskers prevail over the 1971 Huskers for best ever in an ESPN poll.
Reserve quarterback* Brian Hildebrand leaves the team.
He has TDs; now Hunter Teafatiller* would like to score a scholarship.
Fortifying the defensive secondary* is a primary recruiting goal.
The 2007 recruiting class shrinks by one as a linebacker decommits.
Rickey Thenarse* impresses coaches with his special-teams prowess.
KETV looks back at Andra Franklin's career at Nebraska. KETV
Nebraska firms up oral commitments* from two recruits. Full list here.
A knee injury forces QB recruit Zac Lee out of his last juco game.
Life's turns make Maurice Purify's path* anything but smooth.
Team awards* are doled out at Friday's annual team banquet.
Former NU fullback Andra Franklin,* who played in the Super Bowl and the Pro Bowl as a Miami Dolphin, dies at age 47. vs. Colorado, 1979
Zack Bowman decides to stay with the Huskers for the 2007 season.
The seniors on NU's defensive line approach the end of an eventful journey.*
Juco CB Armando Murillo commits to NU's recruiting class of '07. But running back Quentin Castille is wavering.*
Mike Rozier looks forward to his Hall of Fame induction.
Bill Callahan criticizes his own coaching* in the Oklahoma game. But the players* say they shoulder the blame for the loss. video
DeAngelo Evans tries to turn his failed football dreams into business success.
Oklahoma 21, Nebraska 7. Coverage on the game page. Pregame stories here.
Comments of any kind about officiating will soon be verboten for Big 12 coaches.
Catching up with Barron Miles. Raising a Husker: Matt Senske.
Brandon Jackson joins Adam Carriker and Zac Taylor on AP's All-Big 12* team. The sportswriters' list of honorees shows signs of increasing North-South parity.

 
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