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February 2010

The trend toward dual-threat QBs has taken a hit or two, Sam McKewon writes.
Ready to go under the microscope, Suh says there's no rivalry with Gerald McCoy.
Curt Tomasevicz wins gold with the four-man USA-1 bobsled team.
Kansas City-area O-lineman Dylan Admire joins the 2011 recruiting class. | List
A Junior Day event Saturday could bring an offensive lineman into the fold for 2011.
Ndamukong Suh goes to the NFL well-prepared for life in the spotlight.
Turner Gill moves forward and stays grounded.
Sam McKewon sees a need for a new position in college football programs: the GM.
Phillip Dillard feels he’s as prepared as he can be as he heads for the NFL Combine.
Preparing for a shot at the NFL, Matt O’Hanlon is used to battling long odds.
Sam McKewon sees Niles Paul stepping up into a leadership role this season.
Shawn Watson sits down with Tom Shatel to discuss where the offense is headed.
Carl Pelini’s added responsibility is an evolving thing.
Rickey Thenarse says his extra year has been granted by the NCAA.
Ndamukong Suh talks with a St. Louis station about his NFL preparations.
Bobby Bowden will be the keynote speaker at the NU Coaches Clinic in April.
Get used to bigger and bigger coaches’ salaries, Tom Shatel says.
Husker Dan files his mid-February report with a look at recruiting.
There’ll be little or no use of green jerseys for the QBs this spring.
Shared goals help make teams successful, Tom Osborne tells a Millard gathering.
The university announces pay raises for Bo Pelini and his assistants.
Sam McKewon sees the Big 12 staying as it is despite all the reliagnment talk.
Braylon Heard’s playmaking abilities have stood out even in talent-rich Ohio.
Ndamukong Suh’s Nike deal is one of what likely will be several outside of football.
George Darlington hopes for at least one more coaching stint.
Contracts for all the assistant coaches are finalized and signed.
Talk of conference realignments has Steve Sipple feeling uneasy.
Curt Tomasevicz’s quest for bobsled gold boils down to an intense five seconds.
Tommie Frazier will be the featured guest at the WA Huskers spring event.
Steve Sipple and Brian Christopherson preview the spring quarterback race.
NU is finalizing the assistant coaches’ reworked contracts. | Carl Pelini & the Vols
Waiting his turn would be a major change for Brion Carnes. | Stryker & McKewon
Congrats to Carl Nicks & Scott Shanle on their Super Bowl win. | Huskers in SB
Cody Glenn’s September disappointment has led him to the Super Bowl.
Jacob Hickman decides he’s done with football and won’t give the NFL a try.
Mike Fultz still has a soft spot for the New Orleans Saints.
Ndamukong Suh won't be shying away from any part of the NFL Combine.
Bo Pelini likes the O-line depth that is building up.
Scott Shanle finally gets his chance for a Super Bowl ring this weekend.
Wednesday’s signing-day developments may have surprised fans and pundits, but not Bo Pelini. More from the big day: Capsules (1, 2) | Photos (1, 2) | Rankings | In-staters & walk-ons | Fort Scott connection | Notes | H'Pedia page
COMMENTARY: McKEWON, SHATEL, SIPPLE, YORK, KLEIN
Nike signs Ndamukong Suh to an endorsement deal.
More than 40,000 spring-game tickets are sold on the first day. | Notes: 1, 2
Owamagbe Odighizuwa opts for UCLA, but it's a day of otherwise pleasant surprises as safety Corey Cooper & QB Brion Carnes sign on as Huskers.
Andrew Rodriguez’s journey to NU involves so much more than the 70 miles from Aurora to Lincoln. | Chase Rome
It’s a nervous time for coaches & fans. | Papuchis’ success | McKewon commentary
It’ll be a transitional year for Big 12 quarterbacks, Tad Stryker writes.

 
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