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July 2008

Anthony Blue's rehab from injury has been slow going.
A Husker through and through, QB Beau Davis perseveres.
Tom Osborne says Bo Pelini has a good understanding of Nebraskans. video
Here are a few key dates and details concerning fall camp.
Win tickets to home games at the CAL4NE opportunity drawing.
Football 202 gets rave reviews from the participants.
In Sporting News Today, Todd Peterson describes life as a Cornhusker.
Ahman Green's Big Red ride is up for grabs in a charity raffle.
A former player pleads guilty to reusing a Tom Osborne check.
NU's opener is one of Chris Dufresne's watch-out games.
Nebraska's video system Huddle program is a hit with the Jets.
Tom Shatel describes his insightful day with Professor Pelini in Football 202.
Offensive coordinator Shawn Watson likes the depth at I-back.
Young sons of two former Huskers show their speed on the track.
Mickey Joseph gives north Omaha kids pointers in football and in life.
Andrew Shanle joins a high school coaching staff in Texas.
Armando Murillo's mother raised not one but two major-college cornerbacks.
Fans get an education as Football 202 makes its debut.
The Oakland Raiders release Sam Keller.
Tom Osborne is looking for chemistry and effort in 2008, not X number of wins.
Bo Pelini & Tom Osborne will make stops in North Platte and Gering next week.
The first three games of 2008 will be offered on pay-per-view.
Senior defensive tackle Kevin Dixon is shooting for a breakout season.
Will the slimmed-down offensive playbook shorten the learning curve for players?
Offensive guard Nick Ash of Keller, Texas, joins the recruiting class of '09.
Former Nebraska DJ Billy Egr releases a new single: A Husker to the Bone.
Bob Stoops and OU players weigh in on the "Darth Husker" incident. Also, Sam McKewon dissects what was said at Big 12 Media Days.
Defensive end Emerson Evans of Houston commits to the recruiting class of '09.
Meet the team: Fan day is set for Sunday, Aug. 17.
A heart problem puts Ronnell Grixby's football career on hold.
Jesse Coffey, an offensive tackle from Texas, is the latest 2009 commitment.
Husker Dan has an update on the Salute to the Troops weekend. And Tad Stryker writes about when a fan's zealotry goes too far.
CollegeFootballNews.com previews the 2008 Huskers.
Bo Pelini & Co. discuss the new season at Big 12 Media Days: OWH (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), LJS (1, 2, 3, 4), GII (1, 2, 3), ESPN.com, WOWT, KETV, Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News, K.C. Star (1, 2), Tulsa World, The Oklahoman, Longmont Times-Call, quotes, Huskers.com
Take a look at the just-released preseason depth chart.
Texas A&M's new coach leans on a number of former NU aides.
Sam McKewon dishes out some Big 12 preseason awards of his own.
Order your copy of the preseaon preview A Sea of Red 2008.
Big 12 defensive coaches look for answers as spread offenses make their mark.
The slimmed-down O-line intends to step up as leaders of the team.
NU's '76 bowl win may have been more pivotal than anyone imagined at the time.
Nebraska walk-ons on the Shrine Bowl rosters enjoy a conditioning advantage.
A New York Times blog analyzes the Huskers, ranked No. 42.
An "amped" Cody Glenn says he has a lot to prove in his final season.
Hunter Teafatiller enters a not-guilty plea in his DUI case.
Husker fans help Charlie Tuna get elected into the National Radio HOF.
The USS Nebraska submarine gets support from Husker fans. ABC, ESPN or FSN
Marlon Lucky is a preseason pick for the media's all-conference team.
C.J. Zimmerer has raised the bar since committing to NU, his coach says.
The Big 12 preseason media poll has the Huskers third in the North.
South Dakota is the latest stop for former NU play-by-play man Warren Swain.
Frank Beamer knows his Virginia Tech Hokies must grow up fast this season.
Will he join the team in August? The Khiry Cooper watch continues.
A Husker fan in Texas gets sued for his Internet prank.
Nebraska comes in at No. 40 in TSN's preseason countdown.
Husker fan and LA radio personality Charlie Tuna needs your radio HOF vote.
The Big 12 looks stronger than the SEC entering 2008, Sam McKewon writes.
A fan's bogus story brings into focus the trouble Internet anonymity can create.
Mike Ekeler is a man of contagious energy — just ask Cody Green.
Walt Sehnert of the McCook Gazette writes about the amazing Ed Weir.
The Bullocks twins are bullish about the new staff.
Jerry Murtaugh is ready to hit the airwaves as Legends Radio Show co-host.
Beau Davis says fans place unrealistic expectations on top recruits. | Notes
Cody Green's commitment to NU could spur other prospects to come to Lincoln. Green discusses his decision on Sports Nightly.
It's a homecoming for Bo Pelini and Bob Stoops in Youngstown, Ohio. The two coaches also discuss the upcoming season.
Limited quantities of Vince Ferragamo/Dave Humm autograhped items are here.
OU hopes to host a Game of the Century tribute to help mend fences with NU.
Quarterback Cody Green of Texas has committed to Nebraska. | 2009 list
Texas was tops and NU third when the Big 12's 2006-07 money pie was split up.
A Dallas columnist predicts another 5-7 finish for the Huskers.
Ken Clark is excited about his selection to the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame.
Tad Stryker sees the rise of the Big 12 North as the season's biggest story.
Khiry Cooper's negotiations with the Angels may pick up steam soon.
Ohio State's Jim Tressel has some good words about Bo Pelini.
Seven former Huskers will be inducted into the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame.
Tom Osborne discusses his coaching highs and lows and his hiring of Bo Pelini.
The numbers say it was a down year for Nebraska athletics, but Tom Osborne isn't pushing the panic button.
From the OWH, another excerpt from Jason Peter's new book.
Kicker Jake Wesch, who could've been a small-college QB, enters his final season in Lincoln with no regrets.
Defensive end recruit Josh Williams gets probation in his Texas court case.
A promising Virginia Tech receiver is out for the season with an injury.
An update on 93-year-old Tippy Dye, the man who hired Bob Devaney.
Zac Taylor, now with Texas A&M, says he wants NU to do well.
Marlon Lucky and Joe Ganz are named to watch lists for national awards.
The Athletic Department launches a kids club for Husker football.
Zack Bowman and Bo Ruud sign contracts with the Bears and the Patriots.

 
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