NU & CU seem to be on the same page
in seeking a quick resolution with the Big 12.
Nebraska is moving from the league with the biggest football money-maker
to the one with the biggest football spender
Sipple & Christopherson preview opponent No. 10, Turner Gill's Kansas
Tad Stryker sees mental toughness & the motivation of 0:01 as keys for the Huskers.
Joe Hart and other Husker fans in Ohio
welcome the conference change.
is fined $400 in his Lincoln court case.
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Sipple & Christopherson preview opponent No. 9, Iowa State
The LJS examines some numbers
that help tell the story of NU and the Big Ten.
Your poll vote
might help Husker license plates sprout all across Texas.
Penn State and NU have a history
that includes a controversy or two.
Lawyers don't expect NU to forfeit to the Big 12 the hefty sums
that've been reported.
Coaches' intensity is integral to the Blackshirts' turnaround, says this ESPN feature
OU's president confirms the Sooners were invited
to join the SEC.
Arizonans for Nebraska will have their 15th annual
golf outing on August 21st.
ESPN.com looks at Boyd Epley's seminal role
in strength and conditioning.
It'll be a year before Bubba Starling
opts for the route of Turner Gill or Carl Crawford.
Tom Osborne says staying put
in the Big 12 would have paid off in the short run.
A look at opponent No. 2, Idaho
, and its North Platte-raised quarterback.
The tumultuous 2007 season at NU didn't rattle Joe Rudolph
, now at Wisconsin.
From Buckeye territory, a look at how Nebraskas recruiting focus
The Gainesville Sun previews the Huskers and gives them a No. 6 ranking
As he rehabs from a kidney transplant, Charlie Greene
, the former Nebraska sprinter, heeds Bo Pelini's words: Focus on the process and get better every day.
Get your Dad a membership to the HuskerMax™ BBS for Father's Day
Register now for the Lincoln Youth Sports Assn.s annual golf tournament
A sack of Brett Favre
is on Ndamukong Suhs rookie-season wish list.
Tough and intense, O-line recruit Dylan Admire
is eager to play in the Big Ten.
will take place July 27 in Lincoln, and registration is under way.
Living history: Two gents now in their mid-90s
– Bill Glassford and Tippy Dye – were part of earlier Husker lore.
Carl Nicks stature grows
after his April apology to Bo Pelini.
Husker Dan offers a slew of random thoughts
about the conference changes.
, a member of the 1941 Rose Bowl team, dies at age 90.
The LJS's Sipple & Christopherson preview opponent No. 8, Missouri
UCLA might want out
of its 2012-13 series with Nebraska.
The latest on who might be going where: 1
Here are ideas from Iowa
on what the league's divisions might look like.
After a momentous day for NU, the pundits weigh in on the move to the Big Ten:
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Prince Amukamara comes out No. 1
in grading by an NFL scouting organization.
Nebraska will need to ignore the catcalls and forge ahead
, Sam McKewon says.
Steve Sipple says a perfect storm
helped put NU in this advantageous position.
Experts in sports law
don't see the Big 12s likely breakup becoming a federal issue. But things could get messy
between departing and remaining schools.
QB recruit Jamal Turner
pays a visit to his future home this weekend.
Four mid-1960s Huskers
– Bob Churchich, Pete Tatman, Larry Wachholtz and Ron Kirkland – get together for golf and reminiscing in Arizona.
It's a homecoming for Ahman Green
as he signs with the UFL's Omaha Nighthawks.
The NCAA penalizes Colorado
on academics and hits USC
with a two-year bowl ban.
The Huskers are getting Field Turf
on one of their two practice fields.
The LJS's Sipple & Christopherson preview opponent No. 7, Oklahoma State
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A Baylor regent bemoans how tough it is to influence "a bunch of corn shuckers
Born too soon? Jammal Lord
might have been a heck of a Wildcat quarterback.
The OWH reports that it might already be too late
to prevent a Big 12 breakup and that a move by six league teams to the Pac-10 could be announced this week.
Fort Scott CC in Kansas is becoming a mother lode
for the Huskers.
Incoming freshman safety Corey Cooper
is eager to tackle summer workouts.
Stewart Bradley discusses his Nebraska years
and his rehab from injury.
Meanwhile, Texas has a Tech problem
that could thwart a UT move to the Big Ten.
Penn State's out-of-bounds completion
against NU in 1982 is listed as one of college football's three worst officiating calls.
Sporting News calls Jared Crick
the best player in college football.
Two NU games are in the top three
in a ranking
of all 96 of 2010's Big 12 games.