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Aug.-Dec. 2000

(Links were not systematically saved until May 2001. Listed here is an incomplete collection.)
Russ Hochstein goes from small town to the big time.
Bill Jennings recalls NU's upset wins over Oklahoma in 1959 and 1960.
OU's win means it's probably the Alamo Bowl for Nebraska and a game against Big 10 co-champ Northwestern.
As recruiting season heats up, take a look at current and past classes.
The O-line shows that it can pass-block a little, too.
Will 2001 be the year for Thunder Collins?
Dominic Raiola is one of three Outland finalists; four Huskers make the AP all-conference team.
Ken Hambleton looks back on his years of covering the Huskers.
DeAngelo Evans ends his college career on a high note.
NU's corners and defensive line gear up for tough tests.
KSU running back Josh Scobey seems to be hitting his stride: 1, 2, 3
It's the biggest game in KSU history, says a Manhattan campus columnist. Meanwhile, the Wichita paper lists the 10 biggest Snyder wins.
Jonathan Beasley's '99 shoulder injury takes on mythical proportions with the passage of time.
The report on Wednesday's practice.
See the Sportvision pregame animation.
Predict the score of the KSU game.
See the photos from the fundraiser for the Vince Ferragamo Foundation.
No recount necessary as Dr. Tom is elected to Congress.
The 1998 KSU game still stings for the Huskers.
It's the final home game for KSU seniors.
The report on Tuesday's practice.
The Sporting News previews the game and predicts NU 30, KSU 20.
The Road to the National Championship has a new twist or two.
Purple 'Cats have been bad luck for Dan Alexander.
Jeff Schwinn is KSU's Crouch impersonator.
With a baby due any minute, the editor of HuskerWire is taking a break for other important responsibilities.
NU remains fourth in the BCS standings. And then there are the BS standings ...
Tommie Frazier's return to Lincoln is strictly a business trip.
A torn ACL sidelines Josh Davis.
NU's offense is a headache for the beat-up but upbeat Bears.
WB John Gibson's patience is rewarded.
The report on Wednesday's practice. (Oct. 18)
TCU's coach says he regrets canceling this year's game against Nebraska.
A look at high school football in a college football state.
The Loon throws his hat in the ring (and gets some press).
It seems that a players-only meeting last week was the difference-maker.
A three-pack from the Waco paper: 1, 2, 3
QBs past and present meet this weekend.
Troy Watchorn goes from walk-on to record-setter.
A Q&A with Tommie Frazier.
NU tries to keep the focus on the Bears, not the Sooners.
The report on Tuesday's practice (Oct. 17).
The O-line had its way against Texas Tech.
The latest cartoonery from Bret McVey.
Predict the score of the Baylor game.
Download the new Husker Press Box desktop calendar.
Win tickets to the OU game from the enemy camp.
It's finally here -- the 2000 Tunnel Walk video.
All Vick all the time: Pay a visit to VSPN.com.
CNNSI writes about NU's conditioning & recruiting.
Fox Sports clues us in on how to get the webcast.
The scoreboard operator gets the biggest workout in Friday's scrimmage: 1, 2, 3, 4. Fall archive here. photo
The team captains, all six of 'em, are announced: 1, 2, 3 photo
USA Today pegs NU & FSU for another title showdown in Miami.
E-mail problems delayed these postings by a couple of days: the latest from the Red Clad Loon and Andrew Smith.
Watch out for an upset in South Bend, says Omahan and former Golden Domer Tim Ridder.
Get details, including a map, about photo day.
One-on-One Sports previews the Big 12.
The alma mater song, "Nebraska," gets demoted. Hear it here.
TSN previews the entire season, week by week, all the way to a Huskers-Badgers Orange Bowl. Go to lower right of Week 1 page to find Weeks 2 through 15.
AP talks with Carlos Polk & Co., while the local papers catch up with Aaron Golliday, Justin Smith, Judd Davies and Loran Kaiser.
Wednesday practice report: 1, 2. Fall camp archive here.
A Daily Nebraskan preseason blowout: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
It's not too late: A new Notre Dame ticket package is available.
Sam McKewon interviews Bobby Newcombe.
The Red Clad Loon finds a new wavelength.
KSU fans can gaze at the clouds and dream on.
The CFB Hall of Fame unveils a "Nebraska Legends" poster.