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(Links were not systematically saved until May 2001. Listed here is an incomplete collection.)

Ex-Husker Will Shields shines on and off the field.
After Saturday's upsets, it still looks like NU is bound for San Diego, but the opponent may be 11-1 Arizona instead of 8-3 Oregon.
Check out the online companion to the new documentary "Coach Osborne: More Than Winning," which airs Sunday at 6 p.m. on Nebraska Public Television and on PBS nationally on Jan. 1. Dr. Tom, incidentally, will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
The OWH report from Friday's practice.
Milt Tenopir offers insights on NU's struggles on offense.
Turner Gill turns down an offer to join the enemy in Norman.
Sheldon Jackson, Josh Heskew and Ralph Brown make the news media's all-conference team, and the latter two are on the coaches' team. Also, 22 Huskers are academic all-conference.
The K.C. Star looks at the Huskers' conditioning program.
A Sheldon Jackson profile and accompanying photos.
A stats man computes NU's title chances.
Sports Illustrated rates the Huskers' schedule as the nation's 12th-toughest.
See the picks of the preseason mags.
"Programmed for Success": The Boston Globe's Mark Blaudschun previews the '98 Huskers.


Chip Davis composes an alma mater song for the university.
Three Huskers make Sports Illustrated's 1997 All-Walk-on Team.
For what it's worth, NU is a top 10 jock school.


Receiver Matt Davison of Tecumseh becomes the seventh member of the 1997 recruiting class.
Quarterback Eric Crouch and linebacker Mark Vedral commit to the Huskers for 1997.
Freshman rush end George Guidry makes a good early impression.
NU gets a commitment from Lincoln Southeast offensive tackle Kyle Kollmorgen.
Albuquerque quarterback Bobby Newcombe commits to the Huskers.
Kyle Vanden Bosch, a standout outside linebacker from Iowa, joins the recruiting class of 1997.

Sports Illustrated vault
These items, made available online in 2008, predate the existence of HuskerMax and its predecessor websites. Links are still being added as the SI archive is systematically searched.

A profile of Dave Rimington, closing in on a second Outland Trophy.
A preview of the 1982 Huskers: Will Turner Gill be at full speed?
Despite much discontent, Vince Ferragamo and the Rams seem bound for the playoffs. (1980-81)
Vince Ferragamo and the Rams: playoffs | Super Bowl (1979-80)
John Dutton sits out as his agent looks for a team that will meet his price (1979).
Walk-on I.M. Hipp becomes a sophomore sensation (1977).
Superfan Charles Winkler explains his devotion (1975).
Montreal, with its star Johnny Rodgers, wins the CFL's Grey Cup (1974).
An update on Johnny Rodgers in the CFL (1973).
Try to catch a bolt of lightning: a feature on Johnny Rodgers (1972).
Bring on the Boomer: a short feature on former Husker Bob Brown.
Everyone's gunning for Nebraska: a 1972 season preview.
Players from the 1971 team look back on their incredible run (1972).
And this man is at the top: A lengthy profile of Bob Devaney (1971).
Sports Illustrated makes Nebraska its preseason No. 1 team for 1965: 1, 2
Little guy, big impact: a look at Husker fullback Frank Solich (1964).

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