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May 2010

The LJS’s Sipple & Christopherson preview opponent No. 6, Texas.
A snub by a now-legendary coach helped Barry Alvarez end up at Nebraska in 1964.
Ndamukong Suh and Cody Glenn take in the Indy 500.
Moving on is Turner Gill’s message to players as he changes the mind-set at KU.
On this Memorial Day, consider giving Salute the Troops Weekend your support.
Don't expect real news on realignment from this week’s Big 12 meetings, Sam McKewon writes. | Thursday showdown? | Title-game speculation | Beebe profile
Tommie Frazier tops Husker Locker's list of the 30 best players in 30 years.
This is a week of potential drama at the Big 12 meetings. | Big 10 Network primer
Ahman Green is in talks that could land him on the Omaha Nighthawks roster.
No rocking chair for George Darlington, now a coach at Lincoln North Star.
Quad Cities TV viewers vote Roger Craig as the area's all-time top male athlete.
Ndamukong Suh’s contract is far from settled, but it's still early for first-rounders.
Tad Stryker isn't sure the Big 10 is a comfortable fit for NU. | Texas independence?
It's why the Nebraska-Washington series is now tied: The first game, in 1925, could have gone either way but instead went neither way.
Congrats to ex-Husker Barry Alvarez, newly named Hall-of-Famer.
NFL Draft Bible's rankings indicate NU has senior talent at several positions.
A Nebraska sports TV network? It's a possibility, Sam McKewon writes.
Supreme fan: Clarence Thomas describes his passion for the Huskers.
Don't miss Milt Tenopir and Dan Young on Saturday's Legends Radio Show.
"Tailgate with Carl," a fundraiser in Seward featuring Carl Pelini, is set for June 24.
Athlon picks the Huskers to finish No. 7 in the nation.
Financial realities point to a non-FBS opponent to open the 2011 season.
Take the university's fan survey on stadium-expansion possibilities.
The LJS's Sipple & Christopherson preview the Kansas State Wildcats.
Omaha-area Iowa fans see a natural rivalry if NU joins the Big 10. | Dickson humor
Mike Caputo makes the Rimington Trophy spring watch list.
Two future Huskers win gold in the state track & field meet. | Evans vs. Wullenwaber
Matt Hayes says why adding NU makes sense for the Big 10 – and why it doesn't.
A inside look at the workings of the Pelini defense.
"I love my job": Chris Brooks is happy to have caught on in Tampa Bay.
Is this Nebraska's year? Olin Buchanan of Rivals.com ponders the question.
Walk-on kicker Jason Dann from Texas gets ready for his move to Lincoln.
ESPN's Pat Forde says the Big 10 should take Nebraska and leave it at that.
Daimion Stafford, a California JUCO safety, joins the recruiting class of 2011.
Prince Amukamara & Jared Crick make Phil Steele's preseason All-America team.
Husker Locker previews opponent No. 11, Texas A&M.
As the Big 10 casts its gaze south, Tom Shatel says the picture is getting murkier.
He's a freshman again: Suh goes toe to toe with Lions veterans for the first time.
Participate in the Brenden Stai Tiny Hands International golf tournament.
A special Legends Radio Show airs live Saturday from Tiger Tom's in Omaha, with Joe Blahak and Bill Kosch in person and Jim Anderson by phone.
NU officials are gauging the interest in East Stadium skyboxes.
TSN's Matt Hayes lists Jared Crick as one of three defensive Heisman candidates.
The LJS’s Sipple & Christopherson preview the 4th opponent, South Dakota State.
Yahoo Sports' Matt Hinton discusses conference expansion with Huskers Gameday.
Pierre Allen is listed as an under-the-radar difference-maker to watch. Rex Burkhead, Baker Steinkuhler & Jermarcus Hardrick rank among 50 game-changers for 2010.
An Omaha-Lincoln game-day train could succeed commercially, a study finds.
Here's a heap of Big 10 conjecture & analysis: Mutual attraction | Culture change | Recruiting impact | NU & Mizzou rankings | 10 connections | Shatel commentary
Chris Brooks hopes to keep beating the odds in Tampa Bay, but he’s prepared for a non-NFL future as well.
Dan Beebe’s tough talk adds drama to the Big 12’s spring meetings in early June.
Safety Aaryn Bouzo becomes the seventh commit for 2011. | List
Tom Osborne shares his team-building philosophy in Colorado.
From the blogs: Examining NU's Texas recruiting | Fullback & wingback resurgence
Kinetic Brew Coffee Stop in Lincoln joins the HuskerMax Business Directory.
Big 12 commissioner Dan Beebe doesn’t doubt that the Big 10 has sent out feelers to potential new members. More expansion talk: TSN, Detroit News
Former Husker Bobby Cooper dies at age 88 in Pennsylvania.
Lindy's names Jared Crick & Prince Amukamara to its preseason All-America team.
Lincoln voters give their OK to the new arena. | What's next | “Watershed moment”
More on the conference-expansion front: Big 10 denial | Big dollars, little sense?
The Washington game gets a 2:30 p.m. CDT kickoff and ABC telecast.
Sipple & Christopherson preview opponent No. 3, the Washington Huskies.
NU and Mizzou deny a report that the Big 10 has made an invitation to join the league. But the topic still has legs: Shatel | McKewon | Sipple | Dodd | Carlson
NU's & Mizzou's wandering eyes seem to be fraying some nerves in the Big 12.
An ESPN “NFL pipeline” poll has NU vs. Pitt in the first round.
Oklahoma State's offense is in for a change, needed or not. | Big 12 capsules
Steve Sipple likes the reasoning Harvey Perlman brings to conference-expansion talk.
NU coaches gather to explore ways to deal with the stresses of the job.
Tom Shatel ponders the possibilities in Lincoln's arena vote Tuesday.
Only 100 available: The limited-edition Suh-signed photo ball. | More Suh items
It's graduation day for a number of athletes, including Zac Lee.
If not for an itch for coaching, Mike Ekeler might still be running a sales firm.
Big 12 & Pac 10 athletic directors huddle to discuss a possible alliance.
The Baltimore Husker Club is having its Spring Social on May 15th.
Tom Shatel laments the lack of a true voice of Nebraska football.
Big 12 news: The Insight Bowl ascends, and the replay booth goes higher-def.
"Dr. Saturday" examines the expectations surrounding Jared Crick.
Sean Callahan will address the Huskers N Arizona on May 15th. And registration ends soon for the K.C. Huskers' 20th annual golf tournament on May 22nd.
Do you have a Nebraska-theme license plate? Send it to us.
Opponent preview: Texas tries beefing up its ground game. | Lindy’s on B12 North
Corn Nation gauges the fear factor posed by this season’s opposing QBs.
Several football recruits are putting up impressive numbers in track and field.
Former Blackshirts revel in the resurgence of the defense.
The LJS's Sipple & Christopherson preview opponent No. 2, the Idaho Vandals.
Tom Osborne remains opposed to anchoring the league title game in Texas.
Former Husker Maurice Purify is arrested in a fight at a Cincinnati-area bar.
Some early NU rankings: 7th, Schlabach | 13th, Staples | 3rd in Big 12, Ubben
Golf for a good cause brings ex-Huskers together in Lincoln. | Praise for Pelini
Chris Brooks signs with Tampa Bay after a successful tryout at rookie mini-camp.
Send Out Cards joins the Business Directory just in time for Mother's Day.
After just two years of NFL officiating, Clete Blakeman earns a promotion to referee.
Joe Montana’s son makes his debut in Washington’s spring game.
Tom Shatel makes a case for NU bolting to the Big 10.
Defensive end Jalen Grimble opts for USC. | Spring game visit
Prince Amukamara is glad he made the difficult decision to switch to defense.
Proving himself at the NFL level is just the latest challenge for Phillip Dillard.

 
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