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This week in Husker history
The week of June 3-9, looking back in five-year intervals:
 
1972: Jerry Tagge is assigned jersey No. 17 at Green Bay after the Packers decide to retire the No. 14 worn by Hall of Fame end Don Hutson
 
1997: In its issue of Sunday, June 8, the Omaha World-Herald names NU football signee Matt Davison its state Boys Athlete of the Year. Davison, playing at Class C-2 Tecumseh, made the newspaper's all-classes all-state first team in both football and basketball as a senior. Among the finalists for the OWH award was Millard North quarterback Eric Crouch. »
 
«2002: Bill Jennings, the Husker coach who lost more than two-thirds* of his games but whose teams had a knack for pulling off stunning upsets, dies at age 84* at his home in Lawrence, Kan., after a battle with cancer. | Bio | Husker head coaches
Upset specials: ’58 Penn State | ’58 Pitt | ’59 Oklahoma | ’60 Texas | ’60 Oklahoma
 
2007: Nebraska's 2007 schedule is rated the toughest in the Big 12, and hotel room rates soar in Lincoln for the weekend of the Southern Cal game.
 
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