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May 2009

Like mother, like son: Thaddeus Randle’s mom also plays in the trenches.
The new video boards on the stadium’s corner towers are in place. | Stryker column
Being a difference-maker in kids’ lives is what brings satisfaction to Grant Wistrom.
After more than a year away from football, Terrence Nunn appreciates the chance he’s getting with the Patriots.
Richie Incognito aims to be a "more mature player" for the Rams.
For a good cause, the Cattlemen’s Ball will auction boots of interest to Husker fans.
Votes in the final regular-season coaches’ poll will be secret starting in 2010.
The LJS looks back at the lesson in humility NU received in 1955 vs. Hawaii. image
It’s time for another stroll down memory lane: NU vs. Red Grange and Illinois, 1925.
Bo Pelini isn’t sold on the notion of an early signing day for recruits.
From SI.com, further evidence of the geographic challenge NU faces in recruiting.
Receiver Keeston Terry discusses his commitment to Nebraska.
Brent Qvale aims for another North Dakota shot-put title before heading to Lincoln.
You're sure to recognize his words if not his name: Hartley Burr Alexander. image
Tom Osborne's idea on officiating gets little support from Big 12 athletic directors.
The Redskins cut Joe Ganz loose after his tryout at quarterback.
Jacob Hickman makes the watch list for the Rimington Trophy, and Andy Christensen's sixth year is now official.
What's Langston Coleman up to now? Fans who remember the 1960s walk-on who became a stellar Blackshirt might be surprised.
Matt Slauson signs with the Jets.
Tom Osborne, Bo Pelini and David Sokol are teaming up for a leadership seminar.
Boyd Epley discusses successes and mistakes in strength and conditioning.
Bo Pelini makes it onto a Top 10 list: Fittest head coaches. And he's joined the Twitter world. (So has HuskerPedia, by the way.)
Danny Woodhead tries to make the most of his moment atop the Jets' depth chart. (OK, so he wasn't a Husker, but things are a little quiet on the Husker front.)
Notice for former players: Blackshirts are forming an organization.
Keeston Terry, a wide receiver from Missouri, commits to the Huskers. | 2010 list
Season-ticket renewals remain strong despite the sagging economy.
Tom Osborne wants coaches to be able to ask the league to bench poor refs.
Color him orange, not red: Greg Paulus picks Syracuse for his fling at QB.
Nebraska checks in at No. 16 in Athlon's preseason Top 25 countdown.
Mike Minter considers a run for a North Carolina congressional seat.
Terrence Nunn signs with the Patriots as a free agent.
Terry Douglass's crystal ball shows an eight-win season for the Huskers.
A case is made for putting Roger Craig in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Rehab from knee surgery is said to be going well for incoming LB Chris Williams.
Former Husker fullback Brian Schuster is charged in a securities fraud case.
Mother's Day brings back a rush of memories for Barrett Ruud.
Steve Sipple says NU's hybrid offense offers QBs the best of both worlds.
Lee Barfknecht ranks all the conference teams in his Big 12 spring football review.
Ndamukong Suh prepares for his season in the spotlight.
We're about 10 months late in discovering this, but it's still great reading: An update on Pat Fischer, Nebraska’s unlikely 17-year NFL man. | Huskers.com bio
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Congrats to Pat Tyrance, named to the CoSIDA academic Hall of Fame.
Tim Griffin of ESPN.com makes note of Mike McNeill's blossoming as a more complete tight end.
The belief that every day of practice and preparation is crucial was instilled in Bo Pelini during his time with the 49ers.
ESPN.com's Tim Griffin looks at how Big 12 coaches' conference W-L records stack up against one another after 13 years of league play.
Erwin Swiney gets a prison sentence in a 2007 case involving 41 pounds of pot.
Big 12 coaches vote to keep the conference's division tiebreaker rules.
Bob Oberlin reflects on his belated recognition as NU's first Academic All-American.
Sam Keller sues EA Sports and the NCAA over the use of players' names and likenesses in electronic games. | PDF
Nate Swift gets some press in Colorado as he tries to catch on with the Broncos.
Read the Omaha Bee's 1890 dispatch from the very first Nebraska football game.
Big 12 coaches will discuss possible division tiebreaker changes today.
NU's new skybox alcohol policy bucks the norm in the conference.
Carl Crawford's historic baseball feat has Frank Solich reminiscing about the two-sport star's potential 10 years ago as a quarterback.
The Buffs find a new way to take aim at Nebraska.
Bo Pelini honors his Youngstown roots.
Tad Stryker sizes up the contenders for the Big 12 North crown.
Don't expect Tom Osborne to pull up stakes any time soon, Tom Shatel writes.
Two-sport guy Khiry Cooper looks ahead to summer conditioning for football as a disappointing baseball season winds down.
New Yorkers now know the story of Matt Slauson's triumph over adversity.
Take a trip into yesteryear: In 1920, the Cornhuskers made their first-ever East Coast appearance. Check out their games vs. Rutgers and Penn State.
Quarterback Greg Paulus wraps up his Lincoln visit.
Ndamukong Suh comes up big in a couple of looks at the 2010 NFL draft: 1, 2*
Unlikely distance runner Brett Byford gets ready for his first marathon.

 
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