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July 2009

Two Huskers make CollegeFootballNews.com’s redshirt-freshman all-America team.
Zac Lee may be untested, but he’s drawing plenty of praise from his teammates.
It’s a full Friday for Pelini & Co. with Football 202 and Junior Day. | Notes
Tom Shatel sees a league title game in Texas as a potential plus for Nebraska.
As “Huskers’ Edge” debuts, Sam McKewon points out the changing realities facing Nebraska’s walk-on program.
Tom Osborne is listed as one of the 50 greatest coaches in all of sports.
Mike McNeill joins 29 others on the John Mackey Award watch list.
Yahoo Sports’ Matt Hinton asks: When will we know if Nebraska is “back”?
Jordan Makovicka, like brother Justin, decides to transfer.
Steve Sipple sees four swing games as being pivotal for the Huskers. Tom Shatel wonders whether it’s the North’s turn for a three-way tie at the top.
Will the league championship game have a permanent home in Texas? Stay tuned.
Tom Osborne & Bill Snyder vie in a coaches’ challenge that’s not about football.
Jason Dann, a kicker from Texas, reportedly will walk on at Nebraska.
The producer of “Walk Ons” expects the program to resonate with Nebraskans.
Bo Pelini likes what he sees in quarterback Zac Lee.
Watch ESPN’s Andre Ware give his assessment of the current state of NU football.
Bo Pelini sees an improved attitude over that of a year ago in his Huskers but says NU isn’t back yet. More from the Huskers’ turn at Big 12 Media Days in Dallas:
• Commentary: McKewon | Sipple | Shatel | Douglass
• Video: Huskers.com | LJS | OWH (Pelini, Suh, Helu, Hickman)
• More: Boulder | Denver | StL | KC | Columbia | Lawrence | Topeka | OKC | Tulsa
Quentin Castille is fined in an auto-registration case.
The LJS has five likely questions for the Huskers at Big 12 Media Days.
Sam McKewon looks at how to fix the Big 12's North-South disparity.
A shoulder injury could put linebacker Matt Holt on the sideline for the season.
Tad Stryker points to a key category in which the Huskers need to improve.
More columns: Shatel on the Big 12's status; Sipple on system restore at KSU.
With none of the hype of four years ago, Marlon Lucky again sets out to prove himself at the next level.
John Papuchis feels good about Pierre Allen & Barry Turner at defensive end.
Ndamukong Suh is voted preseason Big 12 defensive player of the year, while Alex Henery joins him on the South-dominated preseason all-conference team.
QB Kody Spano is back at "full bore" after ACL surgery, Shawn Watson says.
There's no use fighting the high-tech touches at the stadium, Steve Sipple says.
As you wait for the season to start, here’s video from the Nebraska segment of ESPN’s 50-state tour.
Memorial Stadium’s new ribbon boards and high-definition displays make it a whole new ballgame for the Husker Vision crew.
How does Mike McNeill stack up against the top tight ends in Husker history?
Howard Schnellenberger says his QB has a better arm than Bernie Kosar.
Here’s a preview of the Huskers from an Oklahoma perspective.
NET’s walk-on documentary gets a thumbs-up from Steve Sipple.
Margaret Max celebrates her 91st birthday.
Sam McKewon analyzes the fantasy-league potential of Husker players for 2009.
Linebacker Eric Martin says he has cleared his final academic hurdle.
Keeping up with NCAA rules is no small task.
The man who stole from Tom Osborne: Lynn Finney tells his story: Part 1 | Part 2
Cory Schlesinger is now “Mr. Schlesinger” at a Detroit-area high school.
Carl Pelini will appear at fan picnics in Wichita on July 25 and Topeka on Aug. 1.
The NET special “Walk Ons: Huskers’ Edge” will premiere July 30 in Omaha. It will be aired statewide Aug. 4th, 6th and 9th, and there will be a Lexington screening on Aug. 6th.
Barry Switzer, visiting Omaha, says recruiting is key to NU’s hopes.
Former Huskers say they get a charge out of seeing their likenesses in video games.
DeAntae, Cortney and Ronnell Grixby are fined for an altercation at a bowling alley.
TD Ameritrade chairman Joe Moglia takes on a role as consultant for NU athletics.
Tom Osborne and others deliver plaudits and punchlines at a Bobby Bowden roast.
Cody Glenn spends some time at home in Rusk, Texas, before training camp.
Hunting and Husker football: Nebraskans juggle the twin autumn passions.
Congrats to the latest Huskers set to join the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame: Kenny Brown, Dennis Carlson, Dana Brinson, Kelly Saalfeld and Steve Warren.
Arkansas State dismisses three players. Also, it has game tickets for sale.
Wide receiver Tim Marlowe is ticketed for minor consumption.
Menelik Holt tops Sam McKewon’s list of Huskers with the most to prove in ’09.
Colorado has lofty expectations after a disappointing 2008 season.
This season is Derek Meyer’s one shot to fulfill his dream.
Please read this special request for HP readers.
Pete Fiutak of CollegeFootballNews.com previews the 2009 Cornhuskers.
What used to be taken for granted — no turnover on the coaching staff — should pay dividends for the Huskers this season, Tad Stryker writes.
Bill Snyder faces another rebuilding job at Kansas State.
While Monte & Lane work in Tennessee, another Kiffin keeps a low profile in Lincoln.
The Jayhawks are out to prove to the football world that they have staying power.
Tom Osborne puts the finishing touches on his fourth book.
Monte Kiffin sees similarities between Knoxville and Lincoln.
Except for the O-line, the Sooners are loaded for the coming season.
Steve Sipple will be the guest speaker at the Iowans 4 Nebraska golf outing.
Baylor and QB Robert Griffin have bowl hopes in in 2009.
Fan Day is set for a sooner-than-usual Aug. 8 at Memorial Stadium.
The New York Times writes about Sam Keller’s suit against EA Sports.
Iowa State’s new coach has a real fixer-upper on his hands.
Charlie McBride takes his new duties as a Harris poll voter seriously.
Can Texas Tech reload after losing Michael Crabtree and Graham Harrell?
The 1997 “flea-kicker” play against Mizzou is rated the No. 4 Big 12 memory. video
Harvey Perlman gets a challenge from Utah as he testifies on BCS/antitrust issues.
Niles Paul is fined after pleading guilty to reckless driving.
This year’s version of the Missouri Tigers has a lot of young faces.
Barney Cotton discusses who’s emerging at what positions on the O-line.
Niles Paul reportedly has struck a plea deal in his DUI case.
Louisiana-Lafayette has big shoes to fill on offense.
Only Uncle Sam can get the BCS to change, Sam McKewon writes.
Virginia Tech, returning 17 starters, is setting the bar higher for itself this year.
Dan Whitney, aka Larry the Cable Guy, is all about faith, family and football. | More
Arkansas State has given Big 12 schools fits in recent seasons.
Trev Alberts’ fast start as A.D. at UNO gets noticed by the New York Times.
A look at Florida Atlantic, the program Howard Schnellenberger built from scratch.
At age 93, Madelyn Elder of Scottsbluff is a Husker fan who truly gets around.
Former Husker fullback Willie Miller gets probation in a 2008 road-rage incident.
Tim Griffin's No. 7 Big 12 moment: Stuntz to Crouch vs. Oklahoma in 2001.
Todd Peterson battles for a spot on the Jacksonville Jaguars’ roster.
Tom Osborne shares some memories of the 1962 team and its coaching staff.
Harvey Perlman comes to the defense of the BCS in a StatePaper interview.

 
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