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Former Husker Zack Bowman
will join the Giants' secondary this season.
Practices resume today after a 10-day pause. Here's the schedule
There's optimism about the O-line
* despite the heavy loss of experience.
This week in Husker history: Just 20 players
report for wartime spring drills.
The fans have spoken – and here's the image
that will appear on Homecoming game tickets to commemorate 125 seasons of Nebraska football.
Tom Osborne is the featured guest for Big Red of the Rockies' spring banquet
in Estes Park, Colo., on June 7.
Hear UNL economics prof Scott Fuess
discuss the Northwestern case's ramifictions. He sees changes coming but doubts there will ultimately be unionized collegiate athletes.
Linebacker Michael Rose is looking to build on his strong finish
* to 2013.
Last year's late-season improvement on the defensive line
appears to be continuing this spring, Mitch Sherman writes.
In an interview with SI.com, Carl Pelini
emphatically denies drug use and says, "I just want the truth out there."
Northwestern football players qualify as employees and can unionize
, the Chicago district of the National Labor Relations Board rules. | Discuss
Go 15:20 into this segment
for Jay Foreman's thoughts on whether Maliek Collins could be effective as a defensive end.
See this feature on Kenny Walker
, who overcame deafness to become a Husker All-American and now coaches at a Denver-area high school. | Bio
ESPN.com says the Huskers have the Big Ten West's top skill-position trio
on offense in Tommy Armstrong, Ameer Abdullah and Kenny Bell.
The addition of Kenny Wilhite
* to the recruiting staff becomes official.
Ndamukong Suh is No. 3
on Athlon's ranking of top Big 12 players of the BCS era, and Dominic Raiola and Eric Crouch also make the list.
Josh Mitchell has taken on a new role as vocal leader
* on defense.
Randy York counts six reasons
to get your spring game tickets now.
Brian Christopherson offers 11 observations
* at halftime of spring drills.
This week in Husker history: Even 100 years ago, spring meant spring ball
* are aimed at improving Nebraska's punt return unit.
Bo Pelini says spring break
* gives the players a chance to re-energize, but he cautions them to act wisely.
reflects on the stumbling end to a positive Nebraska men's basketball season and looks forward to next year.
* gets a 45-day jail sentence in his Boulder assault case.
Former Husker Kenny Wilhite
reportedly is joining NU's recruiting staff.
with Husker basketball shirts, caps and more.
Bo Pelini says Ryne Reeves injury is being treated as a cervical strain
* and that he's likely to return to practice sometime after spring break.
Michael Rose discusses the Huskers' defensive progress in this video
Taariq Allen has vanquished the darkness
* that came after his knee injury.
Mark Pelini aims to fill the job once held by his role model
,* Mike Caputo.
Nebraska at Wisconsin figures to be the Big Ten's biggest Week 12 game
Larenzo Stewart, a running back in last month's Husker recruiting class, is set to enroll at Iowa Western
* in hopes of qualifying
* at NU in two years.
Vote for the iconic image that best captures 125 seasons
of NU football.
The rebuilt O-line
is developing a chemistry, Jake Cotton says.
Tight end Trey Foster's blocking
* has become his niche. | Notes
A week into spring drills, Sam McKewon assesses the QBs
* and more.
Husker commit Kendall Bussey
* wins running back MVP honors at a Rivals camp in Mississippi.
* has made an early impression at OT. | More on Gregory: 1
Defensive end Randy Gregory
is confident he'll meet his goals – on the field and on the scales. | Notes: 1
I-back Imani Cross isn't satisfied with the status quo
* for his game.
has some positive early impressions from spring drills.
Nebrasketball fans' loyalty has been rewarded, Derek Johnson
The O-line seems to be transitioning well so far under its new leaders
Athlon Sports ranks the Big Ten's coaching jobs
and has Nebraska fourth.
Ameer Abdullah sets the tone
* in the Husker locker room with his no-nonsense approach to the game, Steve Sipple writes.
Former Husker assistant Jerry Moore
is inducted into the Southern Conference Hall of Fame.
is delighted he was wrong about Tim Miles.
Josh Mitchell knows that intensity
* on defense can't wait until fall.
Kenny Bell admires Tommy Armstrong's work ethic
* as the receiver and quarterback cultivate a connection.
The Huskers will seek a rebound in production at tight end
This week in Husker history: A Russian-born former Husker becomes the head football coach and athletic director at Marquette
Jamal Turner knows it's now or never
after a difficult junior season.
CBSSports.com columnist Gregg Doyel interviews Bo Pelini and discovers he's no dragon
away from the sidelines.
Millard schoolkids get a nutrition lesson from Roy Helu Jr.
Eight dozen candles won't be quite enough for former Nebraska coach Bill Glassford, who turns 100
previews spring drills and predicts a season of 7 to 9 wins.
talks hoops and the opening of spring ball to the media.
Husker Dan invites you to hunt
or just hang out with the Huskers.
Trev Alberts and Eric Crouch are on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot
again this year, as is former Husker Allen Zikmund for his coaching at Kearney State.
It's pro day
* Thursday in Lincoln, and that means Jeremiah Sirles and several others face one of the most important workouts of their lives.
Shawn Eichorst says it's too soon to say
whether Bo Pelini will get a contract extension beyond the next four seasons.
Sam McKewon examines what might go into Tim Beck's task
of making the offense simpler and more efficient.
Hear what Jay Foreman
will be watching for during spring drills.
had an immediate impact on recruiting, and now the attention turns to his coaching abilities.
Juco transfers Joe Keels and Byerson Cockrell are seen as potential immediate-impact
guys on defense.
The main competition at I-back
* is for the No. 2 spot.
Spring might be a time for a receiver
or two to step into a bigger role.
Corn Nation looks at former Huskers' chances in the NFL draft
The LJS looks at the competition at the linebacker
Theres real competition at QB
* for the first time since 2010. | Overview
This week in Husker history: Kevin Steele
joins Tom Osborne's staff as linebackers coach.
Ex-Husker Braylon Heard
hopes his improved flexibility pays dividends on the playing field at Kentucky.
There's experience but still plenty of room for development on the D-line
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