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January 2009

Huskers who went on to play for the Cardinals recall the franchise's decades of futility. Ralph Brown, meanwhile, gets set to join the list of Super Bowl Huskers.
Roger Craig will participate in the coin toss at the Super Bowl.
Husker recruit Cole Pensick shows some old-school orneriness.
About 40 students run after their dream at walk-on tryouts.
Shawn Bodtmann's coach says Nebraska has withdrawn its scholarship offer.
Watch former Husker defensive back Willie Amos put on a show.
Live in the Baltimore area? Join the new Husker booster club forming there.
Three Huskers are happy to get late invitations to the NFL Combine.
Taylor Martinez says he just wants a shot at QB. He might be a two-way player.
Ralph Brown finally finds his way to a Super Bowl.
Adam Treu recalls his experiences from the 2003 Super Bowl.
QB Ron Kellogg Jr. and O-lineman Brodrick Nickens decide to walk on at NU.
Three former Husker players are named in a lawsuit filed by Michael Vick.
HuskerPedia™ interviews Al Zikmund from the 1941 Rose Bowl team.
Mike Belotti hires Scott Frost as the wide receivers coach at Oregon.
Bo Pelini will pay a home visit this week to QB/athlete recruit Taylor Martinez.
Football is in the family tree of defensive back recruit Andrew Green.
Mike Ekeler and John Papuchis have developed into dynamic recruiters.
Joe Ganz finds himself in the underdog role again with the NFL draft even after beating the odds at Nebraska.
Tom Osborne doesn't expect the recession to force Athletic Department cuts.
Nebraska ranks No. 5 all-time since 1936 in this ESPN analysis.
Nebraska coaches must keep working hard to overcome geographical recruiting disadvantages, Tad Stryker writes.
Small but speedy Millard South receiver Ty Kildow will walk on.
Husker Dan checks in with his postseason update.
Marlon Lucky lets his latest performance on the field speak for itself.
The Grixby brothers are arrested after a disturbance at a bowling alley.
SI.com looks at the state of recruiting at Nebraska and other schools.
See the summary of Huskers in the NFL conference championships.
Nebraska will be selective with its final few recruiting spots. | 2009 list
Three decades after playing in the Senior Bowl, Kelly Saalfeld returns as a ref.
Review the 2008 season with the Husker Extra Football Yearbook.
Winter is prime time for is strengh and conditioning coach James Dobson.
Marlon Lucky's Shrine game performance pumps life into his NFL hopes.
Khiry Cooper gets acclimated to the baseball side of his two-sport regimen.
Former Husker punter Sam Koch is one win away from the Super Bowl.
Marlon Lucky rushes for 68 yards and is offensive MVP of the Shrine game.
The Shrine game invitation was a pleasant surprise for T.J. O'Leary.
Wideout Antonio Bell, a 2008 signee, joins the Huskers for the spring semester.
Ralph Brown contributes to the Cardinals' unlikely run in the NFL playoffs.
The redshirts of 2008 get ready to step up in 2009.
A bill establishing rules for sports agents is introduced in the state legislature.
Future Husker Brent Qvale also excels on the basketball court.
Mike Rucker will speak Jan. 24 at Sports Night at Elkhorn Mount Michael.
Nebraska appears set for a dose of stability in the coaching staff this offseason.
T.J. O'Leary is added to the East-West Shrine Game roster.
Rich Glover to speak at MLK events in North Platte on Monday.
The defense may be called on to shoulder a big load in 2009.
James Dobson aims to keep players' competitive fires burning during winter.
Despite stellar play, Tampa Bay's Barrett Ruud remains under the radar.
Five seniors, including Cody Glenn, will play in all-star games.
See how former Husker players fared in the NFL's divisional playoffs.
Bo Pelini says new QB Cody Green, who started classes Monday, faces some tough times in his first few months. | Notes: 1, 2
Ndamukong Suh decides he'll stay for his senior season, and he intends to meet the challenge of being a team leader.
The 2010 Washington game may be played in a different stadium.
With a new QB, the offense might rely more on the running game in 2009.
Incoming recruit Taylor Martinez wins the Glenn Davis award.
Grant Wistrom and Jason Peter are glad they stayed for their senior season but understand Ndamukong Suh's tough decision. And agents can be the wild card.
Matt Slauson and other seniors begin working to enhance their NFL chances, while the underclassmen get set to work on winter conditioning.
After decommitting from Kansas in favor of NU, defensive end Kevin Young changes his mind again. But there's good news, too, on the recruiting front.
Hunter Teafatiller gets 10 days in jail for DUI.
Erick Strickland could have had a football career at Nebraska and beyond.
The Nebraska Football Academy will have an all sports combine on Jan. 17th.
Eschewing the safe hire has paid off for Nebraska, Tad Stryker writes.
Kevin Cosgrove lands at Minnesota as co-defensive coordinator. And Kevin Steele takes the defensive coordinator position at Clemson.
Oklahoma's loss to Florida validates what NU is doing with its offense, Sam McKewon writes.
The Huskers fail to crack the final AP and coaches rankings.
The team's resilience has the Colonel encouraged.
Joe Ganz went from Western Michigan reject to Gator Bowl MVP.
Conference pride and longtime rivalries have some Husker fans feeling conflicted about tonight's BCS title game. (See end of story for some team news.)
Should he stay or should he go? Some thoughts about Mr. Suh.
Peter King of SI.com puts Stewart Bradley on his all-pro team.
The four team captains say the foundation is set for future success.
Bo Pelini assesses the Oklahoma-Florida game* for the New York Times.
Roger Craig isn't among this year's Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists.
Steve Sipple sorts out the Huskers' Top 25 and NFL draft prospects.
David Max gives his 2 cents & pics from the Gator Bowl.
The OWH's Dirk Chatelain offers reasons for both hope and worry in 2009.
From Sam McKewon, a report card for the 2008 Huskers.
See how former Husker players did in the first round of the NFL playoffs.
The numbers and intangibles both show 2008 to be a success, Tom Shatel writes as the local papers look ahead to '09.
Justin Prestidge submits his Gator Bowl review.
Taking stock after the Gator Bowl win: Laying a foundation | A dominant D-line | A successful "Plan Q" | Notes
Hoops coach Doc Sadler eyes the football team as a source of talent.
NU 26, Clemson 21. Game page. | Pregame page | DVD
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