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February 2011

28 MON
Braylon Heard says he has achieved the score needed to qualify academically.
Another Big Ten school adds a familiar face to its coaching staff.
Ahman Green confirms reports from early February that he's headed to Montreal.
Bob Stoops will headline the Nebraska Football Spring Coaches Clinic.
From Husker Locker: Know your Huskers and know your Big Ten recruits.
The lighter side of Prince Amukamara shines through in Indy. | Helu on rise
Sam McKewon wonders if Bo Pelini will change how he manages the Huskers.
Mike Ekeler sizes up the Big Ten offenses and how they affect a defense's scheme.
27 SUN
The depth chart could get an overhaul along with the offense's scheme.
Bo Pelini lends his motivational skills to the tennis team.
26 SAT
It's a condensed group of recruits in Lincoln for junior day.
Ready for the NFL Combine: Prince Amukamara | Niles Paul | Roy Helu Jr.
25 FRI
A top Big Ten official talks about NU, scheduling challenges and the TV landscape.
Alex Henery plans to let his skills do most of the talking at the NFL Combine.
The son of 1970s Husker Wonder Monds signs to play football at Buffalo.
Dennis Dodd has Memorial Stadium at No. 7 in his ranking of college football venues.
Blake Lawrence tells what's at stake in the effort to reduce brain injuries in sports.
24 THU
Ted Gilmore's hiring by Southern Cal is now official.
Steve Sipple dissects the comments by Bo Pelini & Tim Beck. | Shatel: Patience
It's time for nine Huskers to show their stuff at the NFL Combine.
23 WED
Nebraska is in three out of the five games to watch in the Big Ten this season.
Don't miss Patrick Kabongo & Chris Kelsay on Saturday's Legends Radio Show.
22 TUE
The LJS looks at the contenders for key roles on the offensive line.
Watch as Prince Amukamara strives for that "extra gear." | Draft diary | Improving
The break during spring drills is a new wrinkle at NU, but it's not unique.
21 MON
Angry Dad looks at potential Big 10 rivalries and reflects back on the Big 12 ones.
The Big 12's reduced inventory makes it tough to create enough TV-worthy games.
More on the new guys: John Garrison is making his biggest position switch yet. Corey Raymond is ready to tap his NFL experience.
Sam McKewon's Monday takes: On Bo's staff choices and Doc's clutch coaching.
20 SUN
The Lincoln and Omaha papers look at the qualities of new assistant Rich Fisher.
19 SAT
Tom Osborne discusses differences between armchair QB'ing and real play-calling.
Bo Pelini saw the right fit in new assistants Rich Fisher & John Garrison.
A thinner playbook and more audibles are in Bo Pelini's plans for the offense.
Tim Beck moves under the microscope. | Els big on accountability | Gilmore to USC?
With spring ball just three weeks away, peruse the ’11 roster, now sortable by state.
18 FRI
ESPN previews the Big Ten divisions: Legends, Leaders | Husker Locker top players
QB recruit Bubba Starling says he's fine with the changes on offense.
Eric Crouch isn't surprised to see John Garrison move up the coaching ladder.
Former NU defensive coordinator Kevin Cosgrove joins the staff at Akron.
Hear stories from Cory Ross and Titus Adams on Saturday's Legends Radio Show.
17 THU
The two new hires on defense exemplify Bo Pelini's tenets of trust, talent and tenacity, Randy York writes. | Watson to Louisville now official
Ross Els discusses his ties with Bo Pelini and says he's excited to be back in Nebraska. More on the coaching changes: Sipple & Christpherson | Shatel
Husker Dan adds up some numbers that help define NU's last 11 years in the Big 12.
16 WED
Tom Shatel says farewell to John Lyons, a rare breed of football fan.
Shawn Watson reportedly has landed at Louisville as quarterbacks coach.
The changes in staff are finally official. Welcome aboard, coaches Raymond, Fisher, Garrison & Els. | Discuss | Commentary: McKewon, Hinton | Assistants, 1926-2011
Watch as Sipple & Christopherson analyze the competition at running back.
15 TUE
The university directory provides apparent confirmation of three coaching hires.
Ahman Green has agreed to terms with the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL.
Nebraska had three of the top one-man shows of 2010 in the Big 12.
Spring game ticket sales have topped 35,000.
A Tulsa scribe omits "golf pro" Rich Fisher's football credentials until the very end.
Prince Amukamara's draft diary provides insights. | Lofty expectations
14 MON
Sam Keller's lawsuit against EA Sports has Hollywood against him.
Sam McKewon's Monday takes touch on recruiting, staff changes and the Big Ten.
13 SUN
Three perspectives on Bo's reshaping of the staff: Sipple | Sherman | Shatel
Harrison Beck lands with the Alabama franchise of the Indoor Football League.
12 SAT
Todd Peat Sr. makes sure his son knows what it takes to excel. | No package deal
11 FRI
See how Rivals.com ranks the Big Ten recruiting classes by position.
John Bishop examines the reported hires in a special edition of Sunday School.
Share tailgating culinary ideas in the new Max's Kitchen section of the BBS.
A November article from Boston provides insights about coach Rich Fisher.
Don't judge NU's new staffers too much by their resumes, Sam McKewon writes,
10 THU
Linebacker Lavonte David has been bulking up for Big Ten play. | Burkhead Q&A
Nebraska appears set to return to a system of two offensive-line coaches.
A new name emerges in the coaching speculation: Rich Fisher.
Husker Dan goes over some history about NU against Top 10 competition.
ESPN makes NU's move to the Big Ten "official": Welcome | Q&A | Debate | Osborne
One of the coaching hires might still be up in the air. | Jeff Sims not contacted
Tommie Frazier will speak at a South Florida Huskers luncheon on April 2.
The LJS explains the reasons behind this year's unusual spring schedule.
The K.C. Star is the latest to report on the decision that looms for Bubba Starling.
09 WED
Lynn Finney, the troubled former Husker who once stole from Tom Osborne, dies of cancer at age 57. His story, as told two summers ago: 1, 2
Troy Watchorn & Jason Schwab will be Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests.
ESPN lists Tim Beck as one of the top recruiters among assistant coaches.
It's not all about football as Eric Hagg makes an appearance at Lexington High.
Bo Pelini is believed to have completed his staff changes.
Sipple & Christpherson break down the competition at quarterback.
Seventy Huskers are named to the Big 12 honor roll for the fall semester.
Brandon Jackson isn't about to take the Packers' Super Bowl win for granted.
08 TUE
Former Husker Kenny Wilson signs with the Nebraska Danger of the IFL.
Spring practice will have an earlier start than usual – March 12. | Big Ten dates
An NFL job could be in the works for Shawn Watson.
Angry Dad weighs in on the anticipated changes in the offense.
ESPN.com's David Ubben recaps an eventful 12 months in Nebraska football.
There are a few tickets left for the Pelini, Osborne, Perlman event in California.
Tim Beck is a coach who is no stranger to taking on tough projects.
It seems the timing just wasn't right for Scott Frost & Bo Pelini.
07 MON
Scott Frost intends to stay put at Oregon, the LJS reports.
Dirk Chatelain doesn't see Bo Pelini picking another stranger as offensive coordinator.
Sam McKewon shoots down the notion that the media is out to get Bo.
Congrats to Brandon Jackson, soon to get his Super Bowl ring.
06 SUN
Check out the LJS's map of the recruiting landscape of Big Ten country.
Bo Pelini may be implementing his original vision for the offense. | Staff taking shape
Ron Brown will speak March 12 at Northeast Kansans for Nebraska's Founder's Day.
05 SAT
Scott Frost and Notre Dame's Ed Warinner appear to be on NU's radar, but only a coordinator position might entice Frost. | Pelini: No openings on offensive staff
Charles Jackson's dad says all's well between the recruit and the NU staff.
04 FRI
Another honor for Suh: AP Defensive Rookie of the Year. | Ex-Huskers credited
A job posting adds to speculation about Shawn Watson's status. | The case for Frost
Todd Peat's license-plate moment gets some national attention. | Not just a whim
An Oregon source confirms Nebraska's interest in Scott Frost.
Charles Jackson isn't happy about being out of the loop about Marvin Sanders.
Former Husker Dave Redding gets ready for the Super Bowl as a Packers staffer.
Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests: Brian Blankenship, Tom Rathman, Bill Lewis
03 THU
Ndamukong Suh wins another NFL Rookie of the Year honor.
Bo Pelini announces the resignation of Marvin Sanders as secondary coach.
Hear the OWH's Mitch Sherman discuss the potential staff turnover. | Els a candidate
With staff changes evidently brewing, commentary flows: Sipple, McKewon, Shatel
It's not too soon to look toward 2012 recruiting: Slim pickings? | Possible re-Peat
Go to the HuskerMax recruiting page for the scoop on individual players. More: Pelini's philosophy | Walk-ons get a chance | Top classes | Photo gallery | Notes
02 WED   –   SIGNING DAY 2011
Hear Bo Pelini's signing-day teleconference, where word about a new defensive assistant sparked speculation and unanswered questions. | The Big Ten factor
Defensive tackle Todd Peat provides a flourish to NU's signing day by joining the Huskers' southern-studded class. Get the latest updates and join the discussions: BBS | Live chat | Huskers.com | LJS | OWH | H'Max recruiting page
The conference change becomes more tangible today as the Big Ten Network includes NU in its recruiting coverage and 11 new rivals size up the Husker class.
It's a day to dream big about the future, including a promising bunch on the O-line. Will Nebraska be able to snag one more big fish on signing day?
Bo Pelini opts for a signing-day teleconference instead of the usual press conference.
Aurora's Tyson Broekemeier will walk on and join the competition at quarterback.
Former Husker Sam Koch signs a five-year deal that keeps him with the Ravens.
Get to know the three 2011 recruits already on campus: Turner, Williams & Moore.
Nine Huskers receive official invitations to the NFL Combine.
01 TUE
There'll be suspense on signing day, as a few of Nebraska's targets are waiting to make their decisions known. | Lockhart to VaTech | Turene eyes NU | 2011 list
Linebacker David Santos might be one of the steals of the recruiting class.
NU will be near the bottom of the Big Ten in terms of returning starters in 2011.
Walk-on defensive tackle Justin Jackson is ticketed for DUI.
Order your copy of Big Red Rivals, the acclaimed OWH book in its second printing.

 
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