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Jan.-July 2000

(Links were not systematically saved until May 2001. Listed here is an incomplete collection.)
DE recruit Manaia Brown won't be eligible this fall.
Beanie Barnes puts NU football in her rear-view mirror.
Frank Solich gets a raise.
HuskerWire files its midsummer update.
Athlon's is the latest addition to the lineup of preseason magazine reviews. ESPN.com rolls out its online Big 12 preview, and the OWH analyzes all the hype.
If all goes as planned, it'll be grad student Bobby Newcombe wearing No. 12 this fall.
Husker Press Box turns the clock back to 1915 as it begins a game-by-game look at the NU-Notre Dame series.
Cast your vote in TSN's balloting for best college football town.
NU comes out on top as CNNSI rates the nation's offenses.
The only thing missing is Ed McMahon as the Red Clad Loon plays Carnac.
WR recruit Ross Pilkington opts for baseball.
I-back Chris Butler is transferring to Auburn, and Robin Miller will move to fullback: 1, 2, 3
Street & Smith's is the latest preseason mag to be reviewed.
The online sale of playbooks riles some coaches but doesn't affect NU.
By the OWH's reckoning, the league's all-sports crown goes to NU.
The Citizenship Through Sports Award goes to ex-Husker Will Shields. (Scroll to last item in article.
The NU All-Century Team is unveiled and will be honored at a June 25 dinner.
Linebacker Barrett Ruud of Lincoln SE joins the ever-growing recruiting class of 2001.
Mark Vedral is ordered to stand trial, and his attorney wants the case resolved before fall.
The Washington Post takes a look at the Osborne candidacy.
Crouch and Lord are both looking healthy.
The 2001 recruiting class doubles as two linemen unofficially join the fold.
The Grand Island paper has a long chat with Bobby Newcombe.
Fox Sports previews the Big 12 North.
Eric Crouch is in the clear with the NCAA on the ham-sandwich thing: 1, 2, 3
Arizona State still has Bill Byrne in its sights.
The Red Clad Loon brings you ATHLOON's preseason top five.
The NCAA News profiles Johnny Rodgers, Heisman winner and diploma earner.
Mark Blaudschun assesses the 2000 Buffs.
CBS Sportsline's Dennis Dodd takes a look at the Osborne candidacy.
The O-line works at meeting everyone's sky-high expectations.
He's been to the mountaintop (three times), and now Tony Veland plays for the fun of it with the Lincoln Lightning.
Coloradans, here's your chance to see & hear Frank Solich.
KFAB says not so fast on that radio deal.
Take George Amaya's Husker quiz.
One of the earliest TeamMates success stories: Sean Applegate.
Johnny Rodgers is tapped for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame: 1, 2 photo link
The Tulsa World reports on NU's high hopes for 2000, and the OWH looks at the quarterback position around the conference.
Go to the game with Vince: Two travel & ticket packages for the Notre Dame game are being auctioned off for a good cause in conjunction with Vince Ferragamo's golf tournament.
There is no place like The Sidetrack on a football Saturday.
Phyllis Devaney dies at age 83: 1, 2
The site is called Polkamaniacs, but don't go there expecting any accordion music. It's an online tribute to No. 13, Carlos Polk.
The Columbine anniversary haunts Husker recruit Jake Andersen.
As expected, Dan Hadenfeldt must sit out the season opener, the NCAA says. (And what will it have to say about the wrestling program?)
Spring game coverage moves inside, but the Colonel stays out front for one more day, since his column was delayed for nearly 24 hours by our untimely server outage.
With Jammal Lord out, who are these guys taking snaps at QB?
Joe Walker is aiming to make the most of his senior season.
The OWH report on Friday's no-pads practice. (Spring archive here.) photo
Changes appear likely in how the BCS is run.
The 2001 recruiting class has its first member, Millard North QB Mike McLaughlin.
Grab a copy of Mark Fricke's "I see red people" wallpaper.
The results from NU's physical testing bring a smile to Boyd Epley's face: 1, 2, 3, 4
Meanwhile, Eric Crouch talks about his rehab from surgery and his approach to spring practice.
The game at Notre Dame might be the toughest ticket yet.
Speaking of the Irish, Mark Blaudschun sees this season as pivotal for the Golden Domers.
Gary Barnett takes heat over a familiar issue.
KSU's Bill Snyder nixes a home-and-home with Southern Cal, and Texas cancels a trip to Hawaii.
Frank Solich assesses the holes he must fill on defense (1, 2) and says Eric Crouch will see light duty in spring drills.
Will Dan Hadenfeldt be penalized for playing in the Hula Bowl?
A California columnist writes about the Darryl Strawberry case and Dr. Tom's book "Faith in the Game."
Better get used to predictions like this and this -- and don't let them go to your head!
Johnny Rodgers tops the list as the Omaha World-Herald completes its countdown of the 50 greatest Husker players of the 20th century.