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January 2011

31 MON
Hear Steve Sipple talk recruiting, the Senior Bowl and a little hoops.
Lincoln Southeast's David Sutton accepts an NU grayshirt offer, while Derrius Vick opts for Ohio. More recruiting: Sam McKewon's picks | Jack Pierce's yarns
Brandon Jackson knows the Super Bowl might be his last game as a Packer.
Tomorrow is the deadline for registering for the California event with Osborne, Pelini, Perlman, Frazier and Davison and the Nebraska Classic golf tournament.
Thunder Collins asks the Nebraska Supreme Court to grant him a new trial.
30 SUN
The Huskers get a commitment from placekicker Mauro Bondi of Florida.
Josef Parker, the four-year-old whose cause was aided by NU and the Grant Wistrom Foundation, loses his battle with bacterial meningitis.
The OWH looks at the ups and downs of recent signing days for Nebraska.
Committed to NU since June 2009, Ryne Reeves has proved worthy of the spotlight.
It was a mostly quiet afternoon for the Huskers in the Senior Bowl.
29 SAT
NU legend Will Shields almost ended up as a Razorback – and on defense.
Juco DE Joe Carter announces his commitment to NU. More from the recruiting front: Charles Jackson still solid | Taariq Allen a rare Northeastern Husker
Hard work on and off the field got Brandon Jackson from small town to the big stage.
It's shaping up as a noteworthy NFL draft for Huskers at ball-handling positions.
28 FRI
The regents OK the Devaney Center remodeling & the East Stadium academic space.
College football or professional baseball? Bubba Starling's mind isn't made up.
Blake Lawrence testifies in Lincoln in favor of concussion legislation.
Mike McNeill gets reacquainted with the TE position at the Senior Bowl.
Saturday's Legends Radio Show: Pat Engelbert, Erik Wiegert & Mickey Joseph
Derrius Vick of Lincoln waits to see whether a Husker scholarship offer is coming as crunch time in recruiting arrives. | 2011 "sleepers"
27 THU
Adam Kucera & Jack Gangwish accept walk-on offers. | Max Pirman to bulk up
Get your spring game tickets next Wednesday. | $2-per-game hike for season tix
NU & the Grant Wistrom Foundation contribute to an effort to help little Josef Parker.
Insight from Joe Moglia helped Miami thwart NU's 2-point try in the '84 Orange Bowl.
Know Your Big Ten: Five more of the league's top players for 2011.
Ndamukong Suh appears on track to become a marketing force nationally.
Alex Henery's NFL auditions have begun. | Helu impresses | Prince to Dallas?
Hear Sam McKewon discuss why the recruiting class is lagging on the defensive side.
26 WED
The university and Taylor Martinez's dad end their "Corn Fed" licensing deal.
A week until signing day, NU pursues a Florida kicker and more. | Reeves on mend
25 TUE
See how recruiting is stacking up in the Big Ten. | Star ratings do matter | 2011 list
Angry Dad Oklahoma chronicles: last game, early days, '70s, '80s, and '90s.
Niles Paul makes a solid first impression in Senior Bowl workouts in Mobile.
24 MON
Get the autographed career print of recording-setting I-back Roy Helu Jr. Also available: Helu mini-helmet & football | Henery print, mini-helmet & football
Ndamukong Suh is the sole rookie named to the AP All-Pro Team.
Brandon Jackson joins the list of Super Bowl Huskers.
Know Your Big Ten: The countdown of top 2011 players continues.
Eric Hagg becomes the sixth Husker to join the Senior Bowl roster.
Two-star safety recruit Aaryn Bouzos switches his pledge to Air Force.
Sam McKewon says NU's defense will have star power in the Big Ten. | Bo's full plate
23 SUN
NU's transition to the Big Ten involves lots of behind-the-scenes work.
Niles Paul prepares for the NFL Combine at the IMG Institute in Florida. | Notes
22 SAT
The staff aims for a strong finish to an already solid recruiting class.
See how NU's 2010 attendance stacked up nationally and in the conference.
21 FRI
Hear Zac Lee discuss his senior season and what comes next.
Courtney Osborne's "late hit" against A&M rates as the No. 2 bad call of 2010.
Sam McKewon says spread offenses are proving unreliable over the long haul.
20 THU
Ameer Abdullah, a speedy running back from Alabama, commits to Nebraska.
Athlon gives Nebraska a No. 12 ranking in its early look at 2011.
Hear Sam McKewon's take on the Texas-ESPN deal.
Matt Slauson credits Bill Callahan for his success with the Jets.
Sipple & Christopherson take a look at the recruiting homestretch.
"Know Your Big Ten" continues with capsules of the league's top players in 2011.
Feb. 1st is the deadline for registering for the California event with Osborne, Pelini, Perlman, Frazier and Davison and the Nebraska Classic golf tournament.
Get one before they're gone: Alex Henery autographed career print.
19 WED
Megabucks for the 'Horns: Texas & ESPN reach a 20-year deal worth $300 million.
A season's postmortem: Nebraska's offense came full circle.
In a change of plans, Pierre Allen will play in the Senior Bowl with four other Huskers.
Know your Big Ten: Top returning players for 2011.
18 TUE
Former Husker assistant Scott Downing lands on the Tulsa staff. | Colts fire Huey
Reviewing the Big 12 season: 5 best games | Top 10 moments | Confusing times
With his sister leading "Team Suh," Ndamukong can focus on football. | More honors
Did a recruit shed some light on the future direction of Nebraska's offense?
Denard Robinson discusses his decision to stay at Michigan.
17 MON
Steve Sipple rates the recent coaching hires in college football. | Final tally
Frank Solich and Walt Barnes will be Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests.
The NFL is the next target for Alex Henery's exceptionally accurate foot.
Running back Ameer Abdullah give his Lincoln visit high marks.
Sam McKewon ponders possibilities for the offense in his Monday takes.
16 SUN
OWH makes it a Big Ten Sunday: 2011 breakdown | Top 10 lists | Revival role
With signing day fast approaching, Nebraska still has a few openings.
From the Rimington Trophy banquet: Dwight Stephenson | Jim Delany | Photos
15 SAT
Take a closer look at the legacies of team award winners Henery, Paul & Thenarse.
Signs point to a top-20 preseason ranking for the Huskers in 2011. | Notes
Nebraska was one of 18 teams to sell out all their home games in 2010.
Tailback Chris Polk will be with the Huskies, not the NFL, when UW visits this fall.
The Rimington Trophy banquet in Lincoln is part of a big month for Jake Kirkpatrick.
14 FRI
Running-back recruit Braylon Heard won't be enrolling this semester.
Milt Tenopir says he has some ideas on how to move the ball in the Big Ten.
Thursday's Outland Trophy banquet offered an imposing hint of NU's Big Ten future. More from the Omaha event: The perseverance of Rickey Thenarse | Notes
Hear Kerry Weinmaster & Dan Pensick on Saturday's Legends Radio Show.
Sipple & Christopherson discuss how Bo Pelini might adjust the offense.
New Michigan coach Brady Hoke says QB Denard Robinson is staying.
13 THU
The Big Ten is sticking with Legends and Leaders, at least through 2011.
Danny Woodhead is turning part of Cornhusker Country into Patriot Nation.
Ndamukong Suh is named All-Pro and Rookie of the Year by Sporting News.
The Daily Nebraskan previews the 2011 offense.
12 WED
Tray Robinson's transfer to Montana State is now official. | No word on Heard
The OWH's Dan Sullivan discusses the labor of love that went into Big Red Rivals.
See where NU is ranked in the early 2011 forecasts. | Sipple's prediction: 1, 2
Hear Blake Lawrence discuss head-injury legislation and his decision to quit.
Joe Moglia, consultant to Bo Pelini, is the Omaha Nighthawks' new coach.
11 TUE
Good news for the Blackshirts: Jared Crick decides to return for his senior season.
Les Miles opts to stay at LSU, putting an end to the Bo watch. | Hoke hired
Tom Osborne will join Bo Pelini and Harvey Perlman at the California Night with Nebraska on Feb. 10th. The Nebraska Classic golf tournament is Feb. 21st.
NU finishes 19th and 20th in the polls as the season comes to a close. Look forward to the next season and a new era via the links on the 2011 schedule at right.
With Les Miles and Michigan set to talk, Husker fans are paying heed.
Three members of the 2011 recruiting class have arrived on campus as expected.
10 MON
Husker Locker issues its report card for the 2010 defense.
Sipple: NU should be ready to fight to keep Bo. | McKewon: Why he'll stay
Athon Sports does some early handicapping of the 2011 Big Ten races.
09 SUN
Tyler Moore aims for early playing time on the O-line. | AAA Bowl reports: 1, 2
Scout-teamer Chet Bowers reminisces about the first Rose Bowl team.
08 SAT
Scott Frost has turned into an an up-and-comer in the coaching profession.
Today is your chance to see Aaron Green, Bubba Starling and two other Nebraska recruits in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
07 FRI
Cast your vote for NFL rookie of the year. Ndamukong Suh is a finalist.
Bo Pelini says he has no interest in the job opening at Michigan.
Taylor Martinez is still dealing with some weakness and pain, his father says.
QB Jamal Turner is an inspired competitor whose college life begins next week.
Saturday's Legends Radio Show lineup: Will Shields, Travis Hill, William Washington
Husker Locker issues its report card for the 2010 offense.
06 THU
Bo Pelini's name surfaces in speculation about Michigan's vacancy.
Former Husker player and assistant Tony Samuel is named FCS coach of the year.
Shawn Watson reportedly withdraws from the Texas State coaching hunt.
Dirk Chatelain says a quick fix on offense three years ago is costing NU now.
Husker fan Larry the Cable Guy's series Only in America debuts on Feb. 8th.
A Husker fan in the Navy says he didn't feel snubbed in San Diego. | Purple prose
Dontrayevous Robinson reportedly is transferring to Montana State.
05 WED
Shoulder surgery will keep Ndamukong Suh from playing in the Pro Bowl.
Taylor Martinez quashes rumors that he's considering a transfer.
Every Husker fan could learn something from Budge Porter's Uncle Fred.
A Fox Sports columnist accuses Bo Pelini of breaking a promise to a serviceman.
Scott Frost brings championship experience to the Oregon sideline.
Shawn Watson is said to be a contender for the job at Texas State.
Angry Dad submits Part 1 of his review of the Oklahoma series.
Rich Rodriguez's firing at Michigan becomes official.
QB Jamal Turner switches to receiver for an all-star game. | Starling confident
Husker fans bought more than 1,600 Holiday Bowl tickets for military personnel.
04 TUE
Baker Steinkuhler pleads guilty in his DUI case and receives probation.
Michigan reportedly decides to fire coach Rich Rodriguez. | No action yet
Dave Rimington becomes the 11th Husker in the Orange Bowl Hall of Fame.
Best plays of 2010: Offense | Defense | Special teams
The Big Ten can rise again with the addition of Nebraska, says an SI.com scribe.
Bubba Starling admits to nervousness at practice for the Army All-American Bowl.
Mike Ekeler has his work cut out for him on the Indiana staff.
Tom Shatel looks at Steve Pederson's predicament, NU's offense and more.
There's a spot for Nebraska in the Big Ten version of Dante's Inferno.
03 MON
Fred Meier from the 1941 Rose Bowl team dies at age 90. | 2004 interview
Bo Pelini could learn from recent history in Lincoln, Sam McKewon writes.
With key veterans departing, Ted Gilmore looks for receivers to step up next season.
02 SUN
Players find the offense's late swoon hard to explain, but the numbers say a lot.
Placekicker Niklas Sade decommits, opting for North Carolina State. | 2011 list
Who's gone, who's back: An early rundown of the 2011 Huskers. | Decisions to make
Al Zikmund's touchdown in the Rose Bowl is still fresh in his mind 70 years later.
Brandon Jackson & Zack Bowman, opponents today, are having contrasting seasons.
01 SAT
Forty years ago, the stars aligned for NU's first national title. | Game page
Steve Pederson's new coach at Pitt gets the ax after barely two weeks.
The offense needs to establish an identity, Shawn Watson says.
Familiar problems helped doom the Huskers in the Holiday Bowl.
Lavonte David finds it difficult to enjoy the season tackling record he set Thursday.

 
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