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Spring practice began Wednesday, March 24. The 15-practice session concluded with the annual Red-White game April 17 at Memorial Stadium.


Pre-spring depth chart | roster
Media guide (48 pages in six PDF files): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Bill Callahan pre-spring press conference: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

COVERAGE

Bill Callahan doesn't expect smooth sailing for Joe Dailey and the new offense this afternoon. More on today's Red-White game: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Blocking remains a key part of the receivers' repertoire.
Aaron Graham says the O-line has a lot to overcome in little time.
The huge crowd expected Saturday will include dozens of potential recruits: 1, 2
Jay Moore gets noticed at defensive end but knows he must get stronger.
The Athletic Department releases more game-day details.
Bill Callahan says the turmoil of the staff changes is a thing of the past.
SportsLine's Dennis Dodd takes a look at the Huskers' makeover.
Bill Callahan lays out his plans for the spring game.
Seppo Evwaraye aims to be more than a spring phenomenon.
After a rocky start, Darren DeLone settles in at No. 1 left tackle.
More on the resurgence of Wali Muhammad: 1, 2
An update on defenders Le Kevin Smith and the Bullocks brothers.
Sandro DeAngelis enters his senior season with a chip on his shoulder.
Bo Ruud so far is living up to his position coach's high expectations.
Notes from the Monday April 12th practice: 1, 2
Dennis Wagner's system gives the O-line a lot to learn.
Wali Muhammad nears completion of a comeback from a spinal injury.
Bill Callahan's NFL-style approach manifests itself in several ways.
As the O-line struggles (1, 2), Joe Dailey learns to make better decisions under fire. More from the Friday April 9th scrimmage: 1, 2, 3, 4
David Horne says he's practicing "with something to prove."
The players gear up for the April 9th major scrimmage.
Steve Kriewald knows soft hands are a plus in the fullbacks' new rold.
Two mostly forgotten linebackers from last season aim to step up.
Most of the reps at QB go to Joe Dailey. More from the Wednesday April 7th practice: 1, 2
Jay Moore comes on strong at defensive end.
A trimmer Cory Ross embraces the changes on offense: 1, 2
The coaches continue to shuffle the offensive line.
The adaptable Stewart Bradley vies for a starting spot at linebacker.
Matt Herian's improved strength catches the coaches' attention.
A former eight-man football player survives the walk-on cutbacks.
Joe Dailey doesn't miss the option game.
Punting has always been a passion for Sam Koch.
The offense finally asserts itself in the Saturday April 3rd situational scrimmage.
John Blake seeks depth on the defensive line. Notes from the Friday April 2nd practice.
Josh Bullocks says the switch to more man-to-man coverage shouldn't hurt him.
Mike Stuntz sees the spring as a fresh start.
After initial doubts, Seppo Evwaraye is glad he switched to offense.
The fullbacks get a handle on their new roles.
"We have a long ways to go on offense yet," Bill Callahan says after the Wednesday March 31st practice.
A fractured hip isn't enough to keep Mike Erickson off the field.
Defensive ends Jay Moore and Adam Carricker set high goals for themselves.
The playbook just keeps getting thicker for the receivers, and the new offensive linemen also face a steep learning curve. Notes from the Monday March 29th practice: 1, 2
Bo Ruud says he doesn't feel pressured following in his brother's footsteps.
The defensive line earns praise as NU ends a week of up-tempo practices.
The Huskers have a motivator at running-backs coach in Randy Jordan.
Two redshirt freshmen contend for playing time at cornerback. More from the Friday March 26th practice: 1, 2
The I-backs catch on to catching the ball.
Seppo Evwaraye hopes this is the year he can turn potential into playing time.
Left off the two-deep depth chart, David Horne has something to prove.
Notes from the Thursday March 25th practice: 1, 2
The West Coast offense is the new wave, but it has some old-school elements.
Bill Callahan likes the energy and effort as he sets a fast pace for the Huskers on the opening day of spring drills. More: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
From the Athletic Department, previews of the offense, defense and special teams.
The new era starts to unfold today as spring drills begin. More: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
NCAA rule changes make the new staff's task this spring even tougher.
Good teaching by the coaches can help make the move to a new offense a quick success, Tom Rathman says. More on the offense and defense as the Huskers enter their first week of spring drills.