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(Links were not systematically saved until May 2001. Listed here is an incomplete collection.)
Major Applewhite has been doing his homework.
Seven Huskers are named to the coaches' all-conference first team.
Take a "Go Big Red" survey for a professor's book.
Twenty-three Huskers are named to the Academic All-Big 12 team.
The county-scholarships myth is explored and debunked.
Stroll down memory lane with the Daily Nebraskan's Sports Century feature.
Dan McCarney talks at length about his 'Clones.
Another major honor is coming Dr. Tom's way.
Burger King salutes scholar athlete Brian Shaw.
DeAngelo Evans may be headed to Northern Iowa.
Dan Alexander is named to the AFCA Good Works Team.
Some 1999 season previews: 1, 2, 3, 4
An interview with 1997 Outland Trophy winner Aaron Taylor.
Recruit Tomotu "Junior" Tagoa'i is off the hook.
CBS SportsLine pegs the Huskers at No. 5 nationally.
There's a "bring back Pavelka" website.
Coverage of the spring game, including the Colonel's belated observations.
KSU fans treasure the facemask no-call.
Seven Huskers get taken in the NFL draft.
The NCAA gives Shevin Wiggins another year of eligibility.
The story behind the "in the deed the glory" quotation.
CU coach Gary Barnett says it's time to re-emphasize, not de-emphasize, the Nebraska rivalry. Certain to be among the first to sign up for this mission will be Irv and Joe.
Millard West junior tight end Chris Septak is honored by Nebraska's early scholarship offer.
The new recruits are safely in the fold. There are sure to be some future stars among them, but the OWH notes that if past classes are any indication, one-fourth will never even letter. The Huskers' football camps help eliminate some of the guesswork.
See who will be occupying the Memorial Stadium skyboxes next fall.