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March 2008

Woody's Darn Good Bagels and Subs joins the Business Directory.
Focus on the O-line: Barney Cotton looks for physical play. Jacob Hickman's switch to center was no snap decision.
Menelik Holt is guided by his mother's strength.
Quarterbacking is a thing of the past for Latravis Washington.
ESPN.com looks at Joe Ganz, Bo Pelini and the 2008 Huskers.
Notes from Saturday's practice: 1, 2, 3, 4
Mike Ekeler is "consistently positive" about the linebacker corps.
Friday's practice is held outdoors in Memorial Stadium.
Shawn Watson names the offense "the Nebraska offense."
Lucky content to stay at home. Dillard drops some weight.
Pelini sees leadership traits in Ganz, who will start the spring as the frontrunner.
Major Culbert is comfortable playing at safety.
Running-backs coach Tim Beck sees "complete" backs.
First-day-of-practice notes: OWH (1, 2), LJS (1, 2), GII (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), Huskers.com, KETV
Get ready for the spring game with your 2008 T-shirt and Bo's first win DVD.
The Colonel comes out of hibernation with his pre-spring assessment.
Bo Pelini and several players hold a spring football press conference. More: NSP (1, 2), GII, OWH (1, 2), KETV (1, 2, 3), LJS (1, 2), Sporting News, Yahoo.
Memorial services for Helene Sapp will be Wednesday.
Realfootball365 interviews linebackers coach Mike Ekeler.
The KC Star looks at Demorrio Williams' early days in the oil fields.
The Wall Street Journal interviews Husker fan Clarence Thomas.
Bo and Carl Pelini aim to reverse the defense's turnover drought.
Carl Pelini makes a stop in Kearney.
How heavily NU commits to the ground game is one of the questions of spring.
Jeff Jamrog enjoys his new role as assistant AD.
Virginia Tech dismisses its top running back.*
Husker Dan passes out a couple more Danno awards.
Improved depth is one reason for optimism about the offensive line.
Seniority won't mean much this spring as all positions are up for grabs.
Roger Craig gets elected to the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.
Larry Asante expects to stay put at his safety position.
Doug Colman resigns his New Jersey coaching job to explore a position at NU.
Andy Christensen's bond is reduced as he appears in court for arraignment.
Former Husker greats Will Shields, Trev Alberts and Grant Wistrom are on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot.
Bo Pelini lays down the law in a meeting with the team. | Notes: 1, 2
A judge sets Andy Christensen's bond at $500,000. Also, weekend parties get some players ticketed by Lincoln police.
Three months into the job, Bo Pelini gets used to wearing many hats.
Andy Christensen is suspended from the team after a sexual-assault arrest.
Ndamukong Suh undergoes knee surgery and will miss spring drills.
Club seating will be expanded, and some fans will have to ante up or move.
Doak Ostergard returns to the Athletic Department.
Graduate assistant Jon Osterhout leaves for a position at Sacramento State.
New student seating policies will take effect this season.
A knee injury will keep cornerback Anthony Blue out of spring drills. LJS vidcast
Yahoo.com is the latest to take stock of Bo Pelini and his philosophy.
John Papuchis discusses his coaching role and the Blackshirts' potential.
Warren Buffett sees at least eight wins for the Huskers in 2008.
Stock up on your Bugeaters apparel.
New to the Business Directory: Helmet Nation and Majestic Seas Travel.
Demorrio Williams signs a five-year deal with the Chiefs.
Tom Osborne discusses his plans and goals for the Athletic Department.
Sam Keller sees himself as a late-rounder in the NFL draft.
A reportedly record-high deal for a kicker lures Josh Brown to the Rams.

 
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