1998(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.
• 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 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.