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January 2010

An early signing period would be bad for NU, Sam McKewon says.
Quarterback Brion Carnes says he remains undecided despite a report of a commitment to Western Kentucky.
WR recruit Quincy Enunwa could be this year’s under-the-radar standout.
Carl Nicks is rated the 13th-best player in the upcoming Super Bowl.
Steve Sipple sees Yoshi Hardrick as a potential difference-maker on the O-line.
NU enjoys an improving image in the eyes of prospects and their coaches. | Notes
SI.com's Andy Staples ranks NU’s 1992 recruiting class No. 2. | Dodd on 2005
The KSU game is moved to Thursday, Oct. 7, for an ESPN telecast.
Season ticket prices hold steady for the 2010 season.
Jamal Turner, a QB from Arlington, TX, commits to the Huskers for 2011.
Walking on at NU prepared Curt Tomasevicz for the rigors of becoming an Olympian.
Funding disparities between academics and athletics have detractors and defenders.
A strong finish to 2010 recruiting can set up a big 2011, Sam McKewon writes.
Shawn Watson and two others with NU ties – Tyrone Hughes and Joe Moglia – pursued the South Florida coaching job that went to Skip Holtz.
Memories of the ones that got away make recruiting season tense. | More options | ’11 notes: 1, 2
Bronson Marsh accepts NU’s grayshirt offer | Related commentary: Sherman, Sipple
The Walk-On Club's recruiting wrap-up is Feb. 12 in Hastings featuring Ted Gilmore.
Saturday’s Senior Bowl gives two Huskers a chance to enhance their draft status.
Kyle Vanden Bosch is added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster.
Recruiting updates on three players: Corey Cooper | Owamagbe Odighizuwa (1, 2) | Bronson Marsh (1, 2)
Tickets to the Red-White spring game go on sale next week.
Adrian Fiala is out as color commentator for Husker radio broadcasts.
Congrats to Super Bowl-bound Carl Nicks, Scott Shanle and Cody Glenn.
Millard South QB Bronson Marsh ends the waiting and commits to UNO. | McKewon on recruiting
It’s always a work in progress for James Dobson and his staff.
A player’s character is more important now than ever before, Steve Sipple writes.
Tad Stryker says Prince Amukamara must be ready for the spotlight.
NU remains solidly in the hunt for defensive stars Corey Cooper & Owa Odighizuwa.
Recruit Walker Ashburn has more than an idle interest in Sunday’s NFC title game.
Being Tommie Frazier’s cousin doesn’t make Brion Carnes a run-first QB.
Steve Sipple doesn’t sense Bo Pelini is among coaches looking for greener pastures.
Kansas enters the picture for Millard South’s Bronson Marsh.
Get your Blackshirts and official Holiday Bowl t-shirts.
Vince Ferragamo and Tom Osborne will be the guests at the CAL4NE banquet.
See the tribute video that was played at the Outland Trophy banquet.
Expect some Suh backlash by April, Sam McKewon writes.
Ex-Husker Curt Tomasevicz is officially an Olympian in both 2- and 4-man bobsled.
Recruiting creates tough calls for players and coaches alike. | Remaining targets
See Ndamukong Suh’s appearance on ESPN’s SportsCenter.
NU has proposed a three-game series with Boise State starting in 2015. More: 1, 2
Larry Asante will play in the Senior Bowl on Jan. 30.
Ex-NU punter Sam Koch says he's in a groove entering tonight’s Ravens-Colts game.
Former Husker cornerback Andre Jones gets probation in his TV-theft case.
As the Jets’ O-line coach, Bill Callahan is “the most content* I've been.”
It’s an emotional night for Ndamukong Suh as he accepts the Outland Trophy. photos
QB Bronson Marsh of Millard South and OG Zach Fulton will visit this weekend.
Tad Stryker weighs in on the debate over Bo Pelini’s pay.
It's fitting that No. 93 is sharing the spotlight Thursday with two fellow Blackshirts.
Ndamukong Suh gleans history lessons from his awards haul.
Husker Dan checks in with his mid-January report.
Four Huskers are on the early invitee list for the NFL Combine. | Suh all business
Here's the wild-card weekend edition of Huskers in the NFL.
Phillip Dillard is fined for driving on a suspended license.
Prince Amukamara is staying for his senior season, Carl Pelini says.
Matt O'Hanlon faces a familiar challenge as he pursues a spot in the NFL.
Jermarcus Hardrick intends to compete for a starting job on the O-line in August.
On sports radio in Portland, Ndamukong Suh discusses the season and his future.
Tired of paying high ticket prices and fees? Read this.
Three recruits enroll and become Huskers. | More on Jay Guy | QB to visit
It’ll be a 365-day season for Bo Pelini and his staff, Sam McKewon writes.
The Huskers show up in several early Top 10s for 2010: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
The OWH lists six pressing questions for the offseason.
Texas Tech hires coach Tommy Tuberville as the successor to Mike Leach.
Roger Craig is one of 17 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Owamagbe Odighizuwa discusses his renewed interest in Nebraska.
NU ends up 14th in the coaches' and AP polls, the Huskers’ highest finish in eight years. Stats-wise, the Huskers finish No. 1 in scoring defense and pass-efficiency defense. | NCAA stats champs | York commentary | Numbers crunched: 1, 2
Commentary on the BCS title game: McKewon, Chatelain
James Dobson pushes the players to improve in the offseason.
Zac Lee is resting after undergoing surgery on his throwing arm.
Offensive lineman Jaivorio Burkes is no longer with the team.
A strong Texas showing tonight could enhance NU’s stature, Steve Sipple writes.
Carl Pelini reportedly gets a big pay raise, but Tom Osborne says nothing's final yet.
Ex-Husker Kevin Dixon, ready for his finale with Troy, makes progress on overcoming the problems that led to his dismissal.
NU recruit Andrew Rodriguez collides with the best in Texas.
Kenny Bell, a Colorado wideout, commits to the recruiting class of 2010. | List
Next week’s Outland Trophy banquet should draw a big crowd.
See the Week 17 installment of Huskers in the NFL.
Jeff Raikes will be honored by the Nebraska Society of Washington, D.C.
Quarterbacks remain on NU’s recruiting radar. | 2011 prospect Jamal Turner
NU's restored stability isn't good news for the rest of the division, Tad Stryker writes.
Justin Prestidge files his Holiday Bowl commentary and looks ahead to next season.
Steve Sipple looks at what Joe Ganz brings to the table as a staff intern.
David Max gives his 2 cents on the Holiday Bowl.
Sign up for the 36th Annual Nebraska Classic golf tournament on Feb. 15th.
Bo Pelini’s Match Read Zone defense is shaping up as the next Big 12 fad, Sam McKewon writes. | Monday takes
An Arizona columnist says UA’s bowl shutout is a new low for the program.
There’s much reflection and analysis regarding the 2010 Cornhuskers: Position by position | Quarterback | Defense | High expectations | Watson’s offense
Look for the wildcat formation to become a growing part of NU’s offense.
Brad Dickson dishes out some zingers in his week in review.
Players’ astute understanding of the defense bodes well for the 2010 Blackshirts.
Get your HP Holiday Bowl koozie and 2010 Husker calendar.
Take a look at the impressive differentials of Bo Pelini’s defenses.
Bo Pelini wanted some swagger from Zac Lee & the offense, and he got it. | Notes
A couple of postmortems from the Arizona perspective: 1,* 2*

 
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