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February 2009

Linebackers coach Mike Ekeler confirms he's staying put.
Dave Humm and Greg Roeszler will be Jerry Murtaugh's guest Saturday to talk about coaching for a bigger win.
Correll Buckhalter moves to the Denver Broncos.
He's a busy man, but Clete Blakeman finds time to lead the N-Club.
Two names are off the roster: John Levorson and Justin Rogers.
Willie Miller is found guilty in an Omaha road-rage incident.
Matt Davison launches a program to steer kids away from bullying.
Tight end is a possibility for Lydon Murtha after his NFL Combine performance.
Steve Sipple says the NU-Witt relationship needed to end. The OWH looks at the altered dynamics of the quarterback competition.
Running-back prospect David Oku enrolls at Lincoln East.
Joe Ganz sets a busy pace on the speaking circuit.
Patrick Witt has left the team, shaking up the competition at quarterback.
Mike Ekeler interviews for the South Florida defensive coordinator job.
Halfway through winter conditioning, Roy Helu & Mike McNeill stay motivated.
Calvin Jones and several 2008 football seniors will visit York next weekend.
Bo Pelini tells ESPN he's far from satisfied despite the team's progress.
Fans will see higher prices for tickets this year, and two new video boards.
Tad Stryker pictures his own version of a Mt. Rushmore of Nebraska athletics.
Future Husker Brandon Kinnie gives his junior college hoops team an assist.
Zach Potter figures he can only better himself at the NFL Combine.
Don't expect Nebraska's agent law to be a magic bullet.
His athletic accomplishments were historic, but there was so much more to Thunder Thornton. Randy York reflects on the passing of a true titan. | Toledo Blade obituary
Steve Sipple suggests some ways to spice up the Spring Game.
The usual Friday spot appears likely for this year's Nebraska-Colorado game.
Nate Swift hopes to boost his draft stock at this week's NFL Combine.
Another Rozier wearing No. 30 comes up through the high school ranks.
Upcoming Founders Day speakers: Jerry Murtaugh at CAL4NE, David Max at Bay Area Huskers and Tom Osborne and NEKS4NE.
Kevin Cosgrove offers his first comments about the defense's 2007 performance.
Spring Game ticket sales have now topped 60,000.
Junior Day gives dozens of prospective players a glipse of the program.
Missouri picks up some ESPN perks for rescheduling the Nebraska game.
Garth Glissman remains in athletics even as he finishes up his law degree.
George “Bus” Knight, a member of the 1941 Rose Bowl team, has died at age 89.
Spring Game tickets are showing up on Internet sites with hefty price mark-ups.
The Houston Texans release Ahman Green, but he plans to keep playing.
Husker Dan pays tribute to Betty "Big Red Betty" Walker.
More legal troubles for former Husker cornerback Andre Jones.
The IMG deal of last June gives the Athletic Department financial stability.
John Levorson is no longer with the team but remains on scholarship.
The upset of Texas has Tad Stryker thinking of both hoops and football.
Recruits should know that signing day represents an opportunity, and nothing more, Tad Stryker writes. More: Mixed reviews | Mitch Sherman analysis
The 2009 recruiting class becomes official as signing day brings little drama. More coverage: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 | Commentary: McKewon, Sipple, Shatel | Video: 1, 2, 3, 4 | Bios: 1, 2, 3 | Players: Williams, Burkhead & Martinez, Zimmerer, Pensick, Walk-ons | Notes: 1, 2 | Photos | H'Pedia recruiting pages
It's time to sign for a solid class of Husker recruits that could get a notable late addition. | Commentary: Sipple, McKewon | Lists: 1, 2, 3, 4 | Video preview
Lincoln East receiver Tyson Clark, son of Bret Clark, will walk on.
Character is a key ingredient of any recruiting class, Sam McKewon writes.
Work on the recruiting class of 2010 is already underway.
Cody Green understands the pressure he faces as a high-profile QB recruit.
NU gets a commitment from linebacker Eric Martin from California. | 2009 list
"The way football is supposed to be played": That's Rex Burkhead's style.

 
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