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June 2009

Alex Henery says he isn’t worried about losing his edge as a placekicker as he adds punting to his repertoire.
Ndamukong Suh is the No. 1 pick in an early Sporting News 2010 mock NFL draft.
The Sun Belt Conference commissioner has hopes for an upset or two in Lincoln.
Wayne Blue, a member of the team that played in the 1941 Rose Bowl, dies at 89.
Turner Gill will be grand marshal at the Watkins Glen race on July 5th.
The Huskers will don 1962-style uniforms for consecutive sellout No. 300. | ’62 roster
Former Husker Curt Tomasevicz aims for double duty and possible gold in bobsledding at the 2010 Vancouver Olymics.
There’s still time to register for next week’s Rimington Football Camp at Millard South. Kids and grandkids of Husker lettermen can enroll free of charge.
A century or so ago came back-to-back blowout wins of epic proportions. | More
Justin Makovicka has left the team, but brother Jordan remains.
The SportsPedia® advisory board has a Nebraska and Big 12 flavor to it.
“I’m not a numbers guy, but I am an effort guy,” Roy Helu says.
A roster update reflects some jersey-number changes for players. | The roster
Harvey Perlman becomes head of the BCS Presidential Oversight Committee.
Dominic Raiola signs a four-year extension with the Lions.
There’s good news on the academic front for linebacker recruit Eric Martin.
Correll Buckhalter, now in Denver, is happy to share the load at running back. And in Kansas City, Mike Brown and the Chiefs agree on contract terms
It’s time for NU to show that it knows how to win big games, Tad Stryker writes.
Husker Dan updates the veterans’ salute at the Virginia Tech game weekend.
Being half a world away doesn't stop some Husker fans from following games live.
Three nonconference games are slated for pay-per-view telecasts.
What talent deficit? NU already has difference-makers, Sam McKewon writes. Also, a couple of Huskers are listed among Big 12 newcomers likely to make an impact.
The learning never stops for Academic Hall-of-Famer Pat Tyrance.
Two 1983 “Scoring Explosion” posters signed by Rozier, Fryar & Gill are being auctioned by the Athletic Department.
The LJS looks at Cy Sherman, the man behind the Cornhusker nickname. | More
Last season’s NU-CU game is ranked as the No. 18 Big 12 moment.
Barrett Ruud goes to Tampa’s training camp with hopes of a contract extension.
Corn Nation focuses on the strengths that will help Nebraska win the North.
Sam McKewon looks at the revenue gaps between Texas and Nebraska.
Tyler Gabbert wants to help NU with recruiting.
A Kansas writer picks Nebraska to win the Big 12 North.
Big Red Network previews the Virginia Tech game.
Several Husker coaches and legends make a trip to Columbus.
Text messaging is added to security measures at Memorial Stadium.
More than 300 Huskers across all sports earn Big 12 honor roll spots.
Strength coach James Dobson has simple goals for players.
Nebraska’s Elite Quarterback Academy has become a passion for Shawn Watson. He talks about the current quarterbacks in this DN interview.
An e-mail impostor has Shawn Watson angry, and campus police are investigating.
Husker Dan gives an update on summer events.
Roll back the clock to 1953 and the Huskers’ first commercially televised game.
Quarterback Joe Ganz gets a tryout with the Buffalo Bills.
Corn Nation looks at team soft spots that might determine the Big 12 North crown.
Get Dad some Misty's seasonings for Father’s Day.
NU gets its first 2011 commitment in Crete lineman Ryne Reeves. | Notes
The preseason mags are viewing the 2009 Huskers with tempered expectations.
Dr. Tom will stay on as A.D. rather than exit in 2010. | Commentary: Sipple, Shatel
The arrest warrant for Quentin Castille is lifted, but former Husker Major Culbert now finds himself in a similar fix.
Former Husker radio broadcast man Joe Patrick passes away at age 84. photo
Quentin Castille fails to appear in traffic court, and an arrest warrant is issued.
From Sam McKewon, five keys to this year's summer strength and conditioning.
Kenny Wilson is back in the game with the IFL's Sioux City Bandits.
Jared Tomich is bringing his “combat football” seminar to Lincoln for a two-day stop.
James Dobson's summer strength and conditioning workouts are under way. | Notes
Tyler Gabbert, brother of one-time Husker recruit Blaine, commits to NU. | 2010 list
The Rams' Adam Carriker aims to come back strong after a frustrating ’08 season.
The Bay Area Huskers have upcoming golf and picnic events scheduled.
Jared Tomich is teaching martial-arts techniques to members of the Miami Dolphins.
It's the end of an era in the Athletic Department as longtime gymnastics coach Francis Allen announces his retirement.
The Virginia Tech game will have a 2:30 p.m. CDT start and an ABC/ESPN2 telecast.
The LJS retells the story of trainer Jack Best and his inspiring pregame role in NU’s 1922 win over Notre Dame. More: In memoriam | 1919 tribute | Music in his honor
Husker Dan gives an update on care packages for the troops.
Niles Paul pleads not guilty, and his trial is set for July 6.
Phil Steele has the Huskers at No. 22 and playing in the Big 12 title game.
Bill Snyder draws a purple-clad crowd of “Catbackers” in Lincoln.
Football 101 provides its usual mix of insights & laughs, for a good cause: 1, 2, 3, 4
David Max retires from his medical career to focus on the PediaNetwork™.
A Husker recruit meets Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on a plane ride.
Pay-per-view appears likely for the Huskers’ first two games.
Sam McKewon says it’s time to give defensive players more Heisman consideration.

 
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