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December 2009

Zac Lee will undergo surgery next week on his throwing arm.
Nebraska 33, Arizona 0. Game page | Pregame page | Stryker | DVD.
Texas Tech fires Mike Leach three days before the Red Radiers’ bowl game.
Future Husker: Five things about running back Braylon Heard.
Great things are expected of the still-raw true freshman Eric Martin.
Tad Stryker and Tom Shatel offer up their decade retrospectives.
Barry Turner’s 2008 injury may have been a blessing in disguise.
Improvement in Marvin Sanders’ secondary is reflected in the stats.
Bo Pelini says he understands Urban Meyer’s quandary.
Bo Pelini discusses the season in a Q&A with Tom Shatel.
Sam McKewon looks back on a tumultuous decade for NU.
Steve Sipple says the Blackshirts might be even better in 2010.
Russ Hochstein aims for the NFL playoffs in a Denver uniform. | Buckhalter Q&A
Suh being held vs. Oklahoma (no flag, of course)
Dennis Hubbard photo
• Suh archive and awards
Curt McKeever isn’t crazy about the Big 12’s future bowl lineups.
Nebraska is No. 4 on Forbes’ list of most valuable teams
Footballdiner.com interviews Roger Craig.
The LJS looks back at an up-and-down 10 years for the Huskers: The good | The painful | All-decade team
Injury rehab becomes a learning experience for Rickey Thenarse.
As its curtain call approaches, the ballyhooed 2005 recruiting class remains a tough one to judge. | Beck in ’Bama
A visit to a Lincoln school reminds Husker players what being a role model is all about.
Filling Barry Turner’s shoes could be the next task for Cameron Meredith.
A journey of faith is what led Turner Gill to Lawrence via Buffalo.
Braylon Heard would like to bring home-run potential to NU's offense.
Tad Stryker tries to make sense of what NU’s coaches are saying about the offense.
Ndamukong Suh becomes the first defensive player to be named AP College Football Player of the Year. | Awards page
See the Week 15 wrap-up of Huskers in the NFL.
Ndamukong Suh’s decision to stay will pay dividends in April. | Other NU talent
From USA Today, how one second changed the college football season.
Tom Osborne says the Big 12 is taking no disciplinary action against the Pelinis.
Scott Frost, set to coach in the Rose Bowl, cites Tom Osborne as a major influence.
Ndamukong Suh is named to College Football News’ all-decade team, and Eric Crouch, Dominic Raiola and Kyle Larson earn honorable mention: 1, 2
Jason Ankrah tops a list of 2009 redshirts to keep an eye on in 2010.
Curenski Gilleylen knows he must earn his way back onto the field.
Braylon Heard, a top RB from Ohio, commits to NU. | 2010 list
Bo Pelini voices confidence in Shawn Watson and says a stout run game is a must.
Bo Pelini takes a hard line on soft commits.
The Big 12 commissioner isn’t saying whether the Pelinis were disciplined for their outbursts after the Texas game. | Title game location
Steve Sipple yearns for a return of the Pipeline’s glory days.
Dejon Gomes says his big take-aways are the simple result of “relentless effort.”
SI.com places Ndamukong Suh on its all-decade team and on its list of memorable performances of the 2000s. | Vote
Lawrence Phillips gets a 31-year prison sentence.
Bowl finances pose a balancing act for the Athletic Department.
Brandon Kinnie isn't easing up after a strong second half of the season.
Former Husker John Decker comments on the Big 10 expansion plans.
Freshman linebacker Chris Williams is released from his scholarship.
The offense has gone back to addressing basics in recent practices.
Sam McKewon looks at what might unfold in the QB competition in the spring.
The cupboard at safety is far from bare, even though NU is losing two senior starters.
After Jared Crick’s emergence in 2009, will 2010 be Baker Steinkuhler’s turn?
Adi Kunalic talks about that shanked kickoff. Tuesday notes: 1, 2, 3
As the Big 10 explores adding a team, Tom Osborne doesn't see NU making a move.
David Max reports on the Heisman Awards dinner.
See the Week 14 report on Huskers in the NFL | Rams release Incognito
Husker Dan files his mid-December report.
Sam McKewon reviews the 2009 offense. | Sipple commentary
From Turner Gill's first day at Kansas: Ten things | Quotes | KC Star coverage | Jeff Smith | Dennis Dodd | Not a first
Ndamukong Suh becomes NU’s first unanimous All-American in 12 years as he’s named to the AP and Sporting News teams, the last of the five NCAA-recognized teams to be announced. | Awards week | Suh archive
Washington QB Jake Locker decides to return for his senior season. The Huskers play at Seattle next September.
Jared Crick is named to College Football News' Sophomore All-America team, and Baker Steinkuhler is honorable mention on the freshman team.
The Lott Trophy goes to TCU's Jerry Hughes, and thus ends Suh’s whirlwind week.
Sam McKewon sees a big year ahead for Prince Amukamara.
More on Kansas’ hiring of Turner Gill: Rare move | Sipple | Barfknecht
Coach Ron Brown isn't letting neck surgery keep him off the job.
Mark Ingram wins the Heisman, and Ndamukong Suh finishes fourth as he nears the finish of a remarkable haul of postseason honors. Bo Pelini still thinks his guy is the best. | Balloting | Photos: 1, 2, 3 | Commentary: Stryker, Shatel, Sipple, Bishop, Visser, Chatelain, Dickson | Video: Press conference, ESPN feature
Almost lost in the shuffle is news that Suh is a FWAA & Walter Camp All-American.
Team awards were handed out Friday night at the annual team banquet.
The 2010 edition of Football 101 is set for June 2.
A case is made for voting Roger Craig into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Husker Dan reviews the Texas game.
From SI.com, a nice look at Nebraska’s Heisman finalist. | Bloggers weigh in: 1, 2
Two more for Ndamukong Suh: the Outland and the Bednarik. But the Walter Camp goes to Colt McCoy.
Shawn Watson says there’ll be another quarterback recruit in the fold come February.
Sam McKewon's season in review continues with a look at the special teams.
At age 31, Correll Buckhalter is doing better than ever.
See Mr. Suh’s appearance on ESPN’s College Football Live, and listen to Jim Rome’s chat. | Music video
Bonuses push Bo Pelini's pay over the $2 million mark.
QB Tyler Gabbert reneges on his NU commitment, but the Huskers get pledges from OT Jermarcus Hardrick & LB LaVonte David. | 2010 list | McKewon commentary
Ndamukong Suh says he almost transferred to Oregon State after the ’07 season. | Rich Glover impressed
Grant Wistrom, newly inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, says he’s proof you don’t have to be a great athlete to be a great player.
Sam McKewon takes a year-in-review look at the defense.
Bo Pelini voted Texas No. 1 in the coaches’ poll.
A national officiating official says the finish of the Texas game was handled correctly.
See the Week 13 summary of Huskers in the NFL.
A Husker fan’s daughter needs a marrow transplant. Maybe you can help.
Receiver Curtis Carter from Louisiana decommits. | 2010 list
New York, here he comes! Ndamukong Suh is one of five finalists for the Heisman. To gauge his chances, check the “exit poll” at StiffArmTrophy.com. | Forde's vote
David Max gives his 2 cents on the loss to Texas in the Big 12 Championship game.
League officials defend Saturday night’s game-clock decision.
Commentary on the state of the offense: Sipple, Chatelain | McKewon’s Monday review
The Huskers rise one spot in each poll, to No. 19 and No. 20.
Texas 13, Nebraska 12. Game page | Pregame page | Stryker column | DVD
Turner Gill may have an inside track on the Kansas job. | McKewon commentary
Phillip Dillard tells an OKC columnist he's having the most fun he’s ever had.
Ndamukong Suh is making ’em proud in Cameroon.
Tommie Frazier will play in a USO-sponsored flag-football game in Iraq.
Future Husker: Five things about Joshua Mitchell.
Carl Pelini shares some laughs and insights at the Big Red Breakfast.
A year ago it was Turner Gill; now it’s Frank Solich going for a MAC title. | Result
In 1996, UT’s James Brown talked big — and backed it up.
It’s a day for Suh stories galore, including a Heisman plug from Denver: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
It’s official: Mark Mangino is out at Kansas.
See the Sidetrack Band’s odes to Suh.
Ndamukong Suh finishes on top in the Nissan/ESPN Heisman voting.
Ndamukong Suh is named to the AFCA All-America Team. Also, he’s the only NU player on the AP all-Big 12 team, but six Huskers make the second team.
Tom Shatel makes a Suh-for-Heisman case. | AP honor
The Dallas paper looks at the program’s progress under Bo Pelini.
Ndamukong Suh is one of five finalists for Walter Camp Player of the Year.
All-conference honors cap a rocky journey for Larry Asante.
They’re writing about Rex Burkhead in Omaha, Lincoln & Dallas.* More player features: Alex Henery, Alfonzo Dennard
Tad Stryker and Husker Dan preview the Texas game.
Commentary: McKewon on the Pelini process | Sipple on the Carl & Bo Show | Austin’s Cedric Golden on the Huskers’ mindset
Three Texas newspapers unveil their own All-Big 12 teams: 1, 2, 3
Four Blackshirts are named to the coaches’ All-Big 12 first team: Ndamukong Suh, Jared Crick, Prince Amukamara and Larry Asante — and Suh is the Defensive Player of the Year. Three Huskers earn second-team honors.
David Max gives his 2 Cents on the Colorado game.
From the LJS, a look at some of the bowl scenarios.
Three Eagles Communications pulls the plug on Jason Peter’s radio show.

 
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