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May 2007

Maurice Purify is authorized to participate in a pretrial diversion program.
Three future Huskers make the Rivals 100 list for 2008.
Matt Donahue, recruited by Nebraska as a walk-on, weighs other options.
Eric Crouch is healthy this time around as he vies for the starting job in Toronto.
The Big 12 withholds support for an early signing period for recruits.
A couple of preseason mags size up the Huskers: Athlon, Lindy's.
Filling out the schedule is tougher than it used to be, Steve Pederson says.
Sam Keller tops a list of Big 12 newcomers who'll have an impact in 2007.
Is Bill Callahan on the hot seat? Yes and no.
Steve Pederson says the five-year eligibility plan is making more headway.
Stewart Bradley works at learning the ropes in Philadelphia.
It'll be KC in 2008 and Arlington, TX in 2009 and 2010 for the Big 12 title games.
HuskerPedia interviews former coach Pete Elliott (1956).
Jay Moore signs a four-year deal with the 49ers.
Chancellor Harvey Perlman expresses strong support for Steve Pederson.
ESPN will handle some Saturday night Big 12 games — with 8 p.m. kickoffs.
Baker Steinkuhler gets a rare five-star rating from Rivals.com.
Steve Pederson pushes for five years of eligibility for football players.
The OWH's Tom Shatel interviews Steve Pederson.
Tickets to the Big 12 championship game go on sale. Links for ordering: 1, 2, 3
An early signing day gains traction, with support from Bill Callahan.
Tom Dienhart: A blue-chip QB will make things fun at Nebraska again.
Ahman Green and Jason Simmons make number 30 special.
Eric Crouch expects to be the starter for Toronto this season.
The NFLPA blocks Brandon Jackson from attending Packer mini-camp.
This year is the 25th anniversary of Vince Ferragamo's charity golf tournament.
NU's new quarterback recruit could help draw other top prospects to Lincoln.
Blaine Gabbert, a star St. Louis-area QB, commits to the 2008 recruiting class.
Zac Taylor will be the special guest at a gathering in Estes Park.
Please take a moment to welcome our newest long-term sponsor: CarMax.
Barrett Ruud moves into the spotlight at Tampa Bay. Zac Taylor hopes to.
ESPN does a post-spring analysis of the Big 12.
Tim Griffin explores the possibility of individual team TV networks in the Big 12.
Joe Dailey keeps rolling with the punches -- and coaching changes.
Brandon Jackson's pass-blocking prowess may pay dividends in Green Bay.
Nebraska hires an Oakland Raiders assistant as head football trainer.
FSN Midwest airs the Nebraska segment of its "Big 12 Spring Football Tour."
Charges against Sam Keller reportedly are dropped.
Get your summer BBQ items at our new mall.
Jon Gruden is excited about Zac Taylor's potential.
Andrew Shanle signs a free-agent deal with the Bears.
Maurice Purify is arrested after a Saturday night disturbance in Lincoln.
More and more high school athletes are turning the tables in the recruiting game with the help of recruiting agencies.
The Lincoln paper rates the 2007 foes and sees the Missouri game as pivotal.
Wideout Matt Donahoe, one of the 2007 walk-ons, climbs the state track charts.
Join Barry Alvarez and former Huskers at the GOAL fund-raiser.
Cast your vote in the Roger Craig Signature Series Design contest.
The Alamo Bowl would like to host consecutive Big 12 title games.
The finishing touches are put on the schedules for 2008 and 2009.
NU players could make a splash at the top end of the 2008 NFL draft.
Congrats to Dane Todd on earning the NCAA's highest academic honor.
The USC game will have a 7 p.m. kickoff and national ABC telecast.
Brandon Jackson wins a measure of vindication in the NFL draft.

 
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