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January 2008

It's no accident that the new staff is relying less on juco recruits.
Tickets for the spring game will go on sale Wednesday. Kickoff is 1 p.m.
The Joe Orduna interview podcast is now available.
Joe Ganz earns recognition as a player to watch in 2008.
QB Steve Heiman will leave Nebraska-Omaha to walk on in Lincoln.
In short order, Andrew Shanle goes from substitute teaching to being part of a Super Bowl team. Also, Bo Pelini looks back at coaching in the big game in '95.
The 2008 recruiting class grows by three: twin brothers Courtney and Steven Osborne from Texas and Antonio Bell from Florida.
Eric Crouch is the third pick as the new AAFL holds its draft. KETV
Strength coach James Dobson settles in as winter conditioning gets under way.
Another recruiting weekend arrives. The details: OWH, LJS
The academic incentives in Bo Pelini's contract are a first at NU. And the university has new financial protections.
Recruited walk-ons are eager to show what they're made of.
Details of Bo Pelini's five-year contract are unveiled. | Commentary
Linebacker Will Compton reaffirms his commitment to the Big Red. And the Huskers pursue kicker Brett Maher from Kearney.
From ESPN.com, an update on Vince Ferragamo.
Shawn Watson is staying put in Lincoln. | Commentary: McKewon, Sipple
Defensive tackle Eddie Brown from Texas is the latest to commit to NU.
Alabama contacts Shawn Watson about its vacancy at offensive coordinator.
NU gets a commitment from linebacker Alonzo Whaley from Texas.
The OWH profiles new assistants Ekeler and Papuchis.
The Huskers get their first 2009 commitment: Lincoln Northeast's Cole Pensick.
Bo Pelini signs a contract reportedly worth $1.1 million a year.
John Levorson's loyalty never wavered during the turmoil of 2007.
The New York Jets hire Bill Callahan as an assistant coach.
ESPN.com gives readers an idea what Bo Pelini's return means for Nebraska.
Don't expect Tommie Frazier to return to coaching any time soon, if ever.
Prince Amukamara says he may see action on both sides of the ball this spring.
Jeff Jamrog is primed for his fourth role at Nebraska.
Sign up for the 2008 Nebraska Classic Golf Tournament in Palm Springs.
Big 12 scoring in 2007 sizzled at what is believed to be a record pace.
Randy Jordan is the latest ex-Husker staffer to be hired at Texas A&M.
Marlon Lucky announces he'll stay for his senior season. | Commentary: 1, 2
James Dobson from Iowa is the new strength & conditioning coach.
Omaha Westside's Collins Okafor confirms that he'll be a Husker. KETV video
Also, Josh Williams is back in the fold.
Players weigh their decisions after the month's first big recruiting weekend.
The arrangement of the coaches' offices says something about the Pelini philosophy. The staff makes an appearance at Saturday's basketball game.
Johnny Rodgers' Jets All Sports Bar and Grill grand opening starts Thursday.
New assistants Mike Ekeler and John Papuchis come to the job on the same page with their boss.
The Buckeyes swoop in and snag that Ohio DB they didn't seem to know existed.
The Rimington Trophy banquet brings Dave to town — and revives speculation.
Collins Okafor is among the 11 recruits slated to visit Lincoln this weekend. On next weekend's list is an under-the-radar defensive back from Ohio.
Time away from coaching had its upside for coaches Sanders, Brown & Cotton.
Buddy Wyatt lands at Texas A&M. And Bill Callahan is mentioned as a potential assistant with the NFL's Jets or Bucs.
Glenn Dorsey (1, 2) and his LSU teammates have good words for Bo Pelini.
Tom Osborne says LSU's defensive performance should pay dividends for NU.KETV video
Bo Pelini's contract is ready for signing.
The Huskers gain a commitment from Texas O-lineman David Grant as Dan Hoch backs out of his Nebraska pledge and opts for Mizzou. | '08 recruits
Bo Pelini's performance earns the pundits' praise.
Geaux Coach Pelini! Submit your "Pelini Play of the Game" to Randy York. More about Bo in Monday night's title game: 1, 2, 3
Cortney Grixby hopes to find a place in professional ball. Marlon Lucky continues to weigh his options. And Brandon Jackson talks about his up-and-down first NFL season.
QB Kody Spano commits to NU and will enroll for the spring term.
Bo Pelini's hiring in late 2002 began with a call from Frank Solich to Monte Kiffin. After tonight, Pelini is finally back in Lincoln full time.
Thunder Collins' story provides a cautionary perspective as recruiting season hits the home stretch.
Tim Beck is expected to be named running-backs coach next week.
Baker Steinkuhler gets ready for the limelight of the Army All-American Bowl.
Bo Pelini meets the press in New Orleans: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 KETV video
Texas A&M hires Dave Kennedy as head of its strength & conditioning program.
A reinstatement of the Unity Council is under discussion.
TSN's Matt Hayes grades the new hires in college football — and gives NU a C-minus. (Here are his 2004 grades, by the way.)
Georgia's Mark Richt has been there and doesn't recommend the sort of multi-tasking that Bo Pelini is attempting.
Join Tom Osborne and Willa Cather at the CFN Founder's Day on Jan 10th.
It's a painful bowl season for Husker fans.

 
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