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September 2008

George Sullivan, the former NU trainer, names the three toughest Huskers ever.
The Denver Post looks at Bo Pelini's rebuilding job in Lincoln.
David Max gives his 2 cents on the Virginia Tech game plus reunion pictures.
See the rundown of Huskers in the NFL, Week 4.
The Texas Tech game will be a 2 p.m. Fox Sports Net telecast.
Bo Pelini needs to keep the passion, not the penalties, Tom Shatel writes.
Virginia Tech 35, Nebraska 30. Game page | Pregame page | DVD
John Melton is the subject of this week's LJS Husker Anthology.
Bo Pelini's defensive pedigree is unusual among major-college head coaches.
These Huskers aren't worthy of the Nebraska name, a Virginia columnist says.
A Virginia writer beholds NU fans' devotion and the Lincoln atmosphere.
NU quarterbacking legends admire the "dreamer" in Joe Ganz.
The battle for No. 2 at quarterback remains intense, says Shawn Watson.
Husker volunteers in the community show that Mondays Matter.
Jeff has his Virginia Tech preview Scarlet Commentary.
SI.com's Stewart Mandel wonders: When will NU regain national relevance?
Tom Shatel says the lack of attention given the Thunder Collins case is telling.
Details of the Thunder Collins case emerge in a court affadavit. More: 1, 2
Yahoo Sports looks at the Huskers' new attitude under Bo Pelini.
Hunter Teafatiller toes the line after getting a second chance.
Who's the Pelini with the real following? Check out this spoof video from KETV featuring Bo and Carl.
Memorial Stadium isn't likely to soon follow Yankee Stadium to the grave.
Thunder Collins is arrested on suspicion of murder in Omaha. KMTV video
Rumors that Thunder Collins was shot to death in Omaha prove false.
The Missouri game will have an 8 p.m. start and an ESPN national telecast.
Maurice Purify gets house arrest in his probation-violation case.
See the Week 3 recap of Huskers in the NFL.
Cody Glenn is glad the meat of the schedule is here.
Memorial Stadium is 88th on a list of most important sports venues.
Now come the games that measure programs, Tom Shatel writes.
The Virginia Tech weekend could provide a boost to recruiting.
The number of true freshmen seeing action will likely stay at five.
A moment that changed the game: Nebraska-Miami, '84 Orange Bowl.
Matt Slauson finds inspiration in his older brother's triumphs.
Tad Stryker looks at the tough three-game stretch that awaits.
Linebacker Tyler Wortman is eager for action against a non-spread offense.
Marlon Lucky understands the younger backs' hunger for carries.
Sign up for the Husker Hog Ride this weekend.
"This is my home now," says once-reluctant Texas transplant Austin Cassidy.
Zach Potter says his knack for blocking kicks involves luck and long arms.
The three PPV games could net the Athletic Department nearly $1 million.
Here's Jeff's Scarlet Commentary on the New Mexico State game.
A physically dominant football team is James Dobson's aim.
The need for more nickel coverage has turned Eric Hagg into a busy guy.
See the Week 2 report on Huskers in the NFL.
Husker Dan reviews the NMSU game and some other items.
A possible Nebraska-Wyoming game in Denver is being discussed.
The stat sheet indicates that Nebraska's red-zone defense is toughening up.
David Max gives his 2 cents on the New Mexico State game.
Curt McKeever offers his breakdown of week three in the Big 12.
Coaches see pros and cons of non-Saturday games.
Bo Pelini isn't ready to pass out Blackshirts just yet.
Join Nebraska's Walk-On Club and become part of history.
The Virginia Tech game will be in prime time on ABC.
Sam McKewon has his Monday review of the NMSU game.
Lincoln is listed as a best retirement spot for football fans.
Nebraska 38, New Mexico St. 7: Game page | Pregame page | DVD
Craig Sundberg is the subject of this week's LJS Husker Anthology.
A series with Miami is set for 2014-15.
Freshman linebacker Matt Holt's signing-day leap of faith is paying off so far.
Former Husker Adam Treu will have a regular NFL blog.
Tom Osborne and Mike Tranmer will speak at the first Walk-On Club luncheon.
Three games with Fresno State are coming, starting in 2011.
Four new Husker hall-of-famers have hearts for service.
The Colonel offers his assessment of the team after two games.
Nate Swift and Todd Peterson have rolled with the changes. More player features: Alfonzo Dennard (1, 2), Patrick Witt (1, 2), T.J. O'Leary (1, 2)
See how NFL Huskers did in week 1 of the season.
Husker Dan sends his San Jose State perspective from Colorado.
A Washington, D.C. writer recalls his trip to a Nebraska game.
A lawsuit over a Nebraska fan's Internet hoax is settled.
Freshmen might be called on to provide depth at defensive end.
The three-man I-back rotation will continue, Bo Pelini says.
An all-conference linebacker says a signing-day snub in '04 sent him to KU instead of NU.
Niles Paul is named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week.
Is Roy Helu part of the answer to revving up the running game?
A Monday review from Sam McKewon. | Notes from Sunday
Bo Pelini discusses Barry Turner's injury and the the team's execution woes.
Nebraska 35, San Jose State 12. Game page | Pregame page | DVD
John Bordogna talks about his playing days in the 1950s: Getting teeth knocked out, playing all 60 minutes and, yes, running a spread offense.
Former Osborne assistant Lance Van Zandt dies at age 69 in Texas.
November 1-2 is the Husker Salute to the Troops weekend.
Tickets are available for the New Mexico State and Baylor games.
Rulon Gardner returns to Lincoln and will be honored at halftime.
A Napa UNL grad writes about his trip back to a Nebraska game.
Jeff and Husker Dan check in with their Western Michigan assessments.
Vote for Katie Rockwell in the Athlon's cheerleading contest.
Four "guest coaches" got an inside look at Bo's debut.
Matt O'Hanlon has come far since his 2005 tryout.
Aurora junior lineman Andrew Rodriguez ponders an offer from the Huskers.
A spotlight on underclassmen: the sophomore cornerbacks, QB Patrick Witt and LB Sean Fisher.
Ty Steinkuhler's play draws praise from teammates and coaches.
Nebraska's tight ends expect more passes to be coming their way.
Signs of Husker fandom can turn up anywhere — Manchuria, for instance.
Bo Pelini has a decision to make after Andy Christensen's acquittal. More: OWH, LJS, BBS
Better late than never for Joe Ganz and Cody Glenn, Steve Sipple writes.
From the OWH, some tailgating etiquette tips.
The Colonel weighs in on the Western Michigan game.
The New Mexico State game will have a 6 p.m. start.
Ninety-nine-year-old Jerry Lamason from Page makes it to his first NU game.
Hurricane Gustav turns the NU-New Mexico State game into the Aggies' opener.
David Max gives his 2 cents on the beginning of the Pelini era.
Day-after thoughts from Sam McKewon and Steve Sipple. And Bo Pelini: 1, 2.

 
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