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April 2010

Ndamukong Suh impresses in his first workout as a Detroit Lion.
Nick Covey is working for a NASCAR pit crew. Will Curt Tomasevicz be next?
Zach Sterup of Hastings has several FBS offers but is waiting for that special one.
Hear Blake Lawrence discuss his post-football life in a Huskers Gameday podcast.
Big12Sports.com previews the 2010 Huskers.
The Lombardi Award watch list includes Pierre Allen but strangely omits Jared Crick.
Life hasn't slowed down for Zach Wiegert, a player in Lincoln's potential arena project.
A new king in the North? That's the talk out of Manhattan, Kan.
Omaha's UFL home schedule avoids conflicts with Husker games.
Leadership 101 will feature Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. | Notes
No. 2 in the NFL draft is also No. 2 in rookie jersey sales.
Questions at QB? There are plenty of 'em around the Big 12. | The NU continuum
A way-early 2011 mock draft has two Huskers and two opposing QBs as 1st-rounders.
Mike Rozier talks about the 1983 team and his athletic son & daughter.
The LJS begins its opponent previews with a look at Western Kentucky.
The NFL draft serves as a reminder of the holes that must be filled on defense.
Let the preseason magazine season begin: Athlon previews the Big 12.
Is the conference-realignment conjecture overblown? Sam McKewon suspects so.
Meet the man who won last fall’s bidding for Ndamukong Suh’s throwback uniform.
Carl Pelini will speak at Northeast Kansans for Nebraska's Founder's Day on May 8.
Harvey Perlman sorts out the key conference realignment issues NU must consider.
Oops! We overlooked an opponent spring game: South Dakota State (and Steve Sipple was there). Just one remains: Washington’s is Friday.
A cupcake-laden nonconference slate can haunt a BCS-conference team.
Scout the latest opponent spring games: KU (1, 2) | KSU (1, 2) | Idaho (1, 2)
Phillip Dillard goes to the Giants and Larry Asante is picked by the Browns. Matt O'Hanlon signs with Carolina and Barry Turner with Chicago. | Dickson on the draft
NU's early commits show that the Huskers are solidly in the hunt for elite talent.
Addressing a coaches’ clinic at his alma mater, Bo Pelini recalls his Buckeye roots.
No Huskers go in Rounds 2 & 3 of the NFL draft | Suh in Detroit | Tracker
Here's a thank-you to those who were part of last Friday's pep rally/fundraiser.
A new competitive element helped spice up this year's winter conditioning.
Great expectations follow Ndamukong Suh into the NFL as No. 93 goes No. 2 in the draft, to the Lions. The view from Detroit: Albom | Sharp | Wojnowski | Fans | Profile
It was a big night for the Big 12, which accounted for the top four selections. More: NU draft history | Fan photos | Suh highlights | Suh vault
Now the waiting begins for Phillip Dillard and more of Suh’s friends.
David Max adds two individuals to his lawsuit concerning HuskerPedia.
Jalen Grimble's spring game visit puts NU in the hunt for the four-star defensive end.
More conference-realignment chatter: “If I were Nebraska, I would be very nervous.”
Strength & conditioning coaches like Willie Jones are key to athletes’ development.
Tonight will find Ndamukong Suh in the spotlight at a life-changing moment rife with uncertainty. More on the NFL draft: Ready to wreak havoc | The NFL grind | Q&A | “Sandman” wowed | Raiola wants Suh | Risky QBs | Suh/McCoy | Videos
Former Husker Jordan Picou is cited on suspicion of misdemeanor child abuse.
Something new for Suh: Immortalized in pepperoni. | Full Choke party & CD
Larry Asante isn’t picky about which NFL team calls this weekend.
The Big 12’s top Texas powers seem content with the conference as it is. |
Not so fast on the Big 10’s expansion | Three cases for an NU move: 1, 2, 3
Ndamukong Suh’s wish to leave a great legacy factored in his donation. | Star power
Ron Pruitt and Mike Fultz will be Saturday’s Legends Radio Show guests.
The QB battle is a good thing, says Bo Pelini, but Steve Sipple sees a challenging situation for the coaches. | Big 12 teleconference notes
Jim Tressel talks about his Pelini connections – and a potential NU-Ohio State series.
The Rams trade former Husker Adam Carriker to the Redskins.
Full Choke’s “A Man Named Suh” is now available on CD.
Bo Pelini and the Husker Legends Golf Classic return to Columbus in June.
Blake Lawrence receives the Athletic Deparment's top life-skills honor.
Former Kansas State QB Dylan Meier is killed in a hiking accident at age 26.
Ndamukong Suh had specific upgrades in mind when making his pledge. |
Not No. 1 in draft? That's OK | AP columnist’s salute | Visit our Suh vault
Defensive tackle Kevin Williams from Ohio commits to the Huskers. | 2011 list
TV man Ed Cunningham says his officiating stint Saturday was tough but satisfying.
ESPN.com examines the Huskers: Momentum | Looser on offense | Crick's new role
Are you fretting about the defense? Don't, Sam McKewon advises.
Rickey Thenarse is glad to be delivering hits again. | Sunday notes
From soccer to sacker: The K.C. Star profiles Suh. | TSN mock draft | Woeful Lions
To be continued: the Prince-vs.-Paul practice-field rivalry.
He came bearing gifts: Ndamukong Suh pledges $2.6 million to the university.
Video: 12. | York: “Extraordinary benevolence” | Chatelain: Pivotal 2001 | Legacy
Five 2010 NU foes had spring games Saturday. See how things went at Western Kentucky, Okla. State (1, 2), Iowa State (1, 2), Texas A&M (1, 2), Mizzou (1, 2).
Reds 21, Whites 16: Game page | Pregame page | Highlights DVD.
Saturday marks the first major exam for an offense seeking to pull its weight this season. More on the 15th and final skirmish of spring: Fading stars? | Key battles | Visiting recruits | Quiet spring | Commentary: SippleShatel | Printable rosters
The new Suh coin will be used for Saturday’s coin toss. | Order yours
About 150 former players dust off their golf swings and share football memories.
Congrats to the 18 Huskers named to the Brook Berringer Citizenship Team.
From Sam McKewon, five questions for Saturday and 10 players to watch.
The Red and White rosters are unveiled. | QB showdown | Print & take to game
The LJS asks & answers five questions about the quarterbacking in the spring game.
A big crowd Saturday could help seal the deal with visiting recruits. | 2011 list
Brent Qvale & Jeremiah Sirles appear to be the start of something big on the O-line.
The Traditions Lobby is an awe-inspiring embrace of history, Randy York writes.
Corn Nation assesses the competition at linebacker. | Fisher’s ascent
The NCAA approves new rules on eye black, wedge blocks and taunting.
There's a Pelini connection as the UFL announces its new Omaha franchise & coach.
A contrite Carl Nicks visits practice and mends fences with Bo Pelini & Tom Osborne.
It's an event-filled weekend. Here's a wrapup of things to know.
See video from Thursday’s rise-and-shine workout.
Jared Crick is one of 42 players named to the Lott Trophy watch list.
Zebra for a day: Ed Cunningham of ESPN/ABC will be the spring game’s side judge.
Excelling on special teams can be a foot in the door as an every-down player.
Husker Dan attends a spring practice session and files this report.
Different doors are opening for Blake Lawrence in his post-football life.
Bo Pelini says fans can expect “pretty basic football” Saturday. Notes: 1, 2, 3
From Barney Cotton, six things to watch when evaluating the O-line on Saturday.
The new Traditions Lobby might be worth adding to your game-day agenda. | Tips
Ndamukong Suh says the Rams are still in contact with his agent.
Linebacker Sean Fisher is on a mission to improve his strength and technique.
Here’s the latest on tickets, parking and other details for Saturday. | Don’t speed
If not a redshirt for Adi Kunalic, how about a Blackshirt?
Belated news from Canada: Barron Miles retires & joins the coaching ranks. | NU bio
ESPN breaks down the science of Ndamukong Suh’s explosiveness.
Former Huskers might soon be playing in Omaha as part of a UFL team. | Q&A
Roy Helu is learning to play with pain. Monday notes: 1, 2
Ohio State coach Jim Tressel will speak Monday at an FCA event in Lincoln.
Ndamukong Suh and 15 other players get invitations to attend the NFL draft.
Cody Green wore a green jersey Monday but is said to be full-go for Saturday.
Toughness and attention to detail turn Niles Paul into a complete receiver.
Huskers Illustrated breaks down the Huskers at spring's three-week mark.
LJS video: Jared Crick on the O-line's improvement | Sipple & Christopherson on the reality of covering spring ball
The Peppermill Cafe in Valentine is the latest addition to the business directory.
Californians for Nebraska will honor Ray “Doc” Peterson this Saturday.
Bob Hamar has a hunch Shawn Watson is about to look a whole lot smarter.
Austin Cassidy is glad he didn't take the easy route three years ago. So is the staff.
Entering spring ball’s final week, the OWH looks at whose stock is rising: 1, 2
Trust is a huge factor in settling on a QB, and Shawn Watson is in no rush.
Catch up on the April 10th spring game in Boulder (1, 2)
More chiseled than before, D.J. Jones makes a strong push at offensive tackle.
A strong finish to 2009 has Alex Henery optimistic about his double duties.
Support the Husker Salute to the Troops by ordering their commemorative coin.
Shawn Watson is upbeat on the offense after Saturday's practice. Notes: 1, 2, 3
It’s flippin’ awesome: the Sportula, for the ultimate Husker tailgater.
David and Donna Max celebrate their 34th wedding anniversary.
Clifford Hardin was a key behind-the-scenes player in luring Bob Devaney to NU.
Bo Pelini is cool and comfortable in this "hot seat" ranking of Big 12 coaches.
Don't forget Friday's benefit pep rally in Omaha with the Sidetrack Band.
Sixty years ago, the high-octane 1950 team sputtered in the first NU spring game.
The peso defense will make Eric Hagg’s sprints to sideline a thing of the past. On the D-line, Pierre Allen is eager for the challenge of a leadership role.
The offense gets a bit of an upper hand in Friday’s practice.
The contenders at linebacker know they can’t waste opportunities to impress.
Curenski Gilleylen learned his lesson – don’t get complacent – the hard way.
Johnny Rodgers will be the featured guest at the OR4NE Founders Day dinner.
Suh or Bradford? USA Today makes a case for each as the Rams get set to decide.
The Wildcat offense has the potential to be much more than a gimmick.
Tight ends Kyler Reed and Ben Cotton aim to shatter stereotypes associated with their contrasting physiques. | Notes from Wednesday's practice: 1, 2, 3
Offensive lineman Ryan Klachko becomes NU's fifth commitment for 2011. | List.
Adi Kunalic hopes to redshirt in 2010 but says he'll do what's best for the team.
Marvin Sanders makes sure his athletic corners don’t neglect the fundamentals.
“Huskers’ Edge,” NET's history of the walk-on program, can now be yours on DVD.
A series with Wisconsin might be in the works, but there are roadblocks.
Several more school records will be in Alex Henery’s reach in 2010.
Husker defensive intern Doug Colman accepts a position on the Tulane staff.
Ndamukong Suh’s message in Columbus: Listen and work hard.
Hear the podcast of Jerry Murtaugh’s interview with Ferragamo, Malito & Max.
Taking every day seriously is part of Jared Crick’s forumla for improvement. | Star list
Curenski Gilleylen learned his lesson – don’t get complacent – the hard way.
Steve Sipple sees Eric Hagg as the key man in NU's new defensive approach.
Bo Pelini says the team wasn't as sharp as he'd like at Monday's practice.
Rickey Thenarse calls his injury a blessing, though it was tough to deal with.
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It’s a run-first approach in Texas’s spring game, but Garrett Gilbert’s arm impresses.
Terrence Moore rebounds from the bad wheel that slowed him in ’09. | D-line preview
Former NU chancellor Clifford Hardin dies at his home in Lincoln at age 94.
Cameron Meredith aims to become one of the new cogs in what is hoped to be another fearsome defensive front. | Shatel: O-line's future is now
Enjoy three NU-Oklahoma classics on DVD with original radio broadcast: ’59, ’71, ’78
Taylor Martinez’s foot speed gives him a intriguing dimension at quarterback.
Shawn Watson sounds satisfied with Saturday's 150-play scrimmage. Notes: 1, 2.
Yoshi Hardrick's motor impresses the coaches. | Broken bone no hindrance
Bobby Bowden marvels at how quickly Bo Pelini has transformed the program.
There'll be lots of scrimmaging at today's practice. | Notes | Video: Hagg, Pelini
Mike Caputo vies for the center's job with confidence in his abilities.
A Husker pipeline of a different kind has created substantial defensive depth.
His body has changed, but Rex Burkhead’s "lunch-pail" approach hasn’t. | More: 1, 2
There's a little bit of cowboy in walk-ons Austin Cassidy and Tyler Legate.
The TEs know Mike McNeill’s switch is no guarantee they'll play more. | Kyler Reed
Bobby Bowden will be in town to share some core beliefs that should sound familiar.
Partake in the good grub and good cheer at the HuskerMax spring game tailgate.
AP takes a look at who’ll be filling Suh’s shoes in 2010.
Want to be cheered on in Memorial Stadium? Finish the Lincoln Marathon.
Linebacker Will Compton aims to lose the hesitation that held him back last fall.

 
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