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May 2001

Rodney Burgess, a JUCO cornerback, is Lincoln-bound.
Thunder Collins gets into a bit of a legal scrape.
Dennis Dodd isn't penciling in the Huskers for a BCS bowl.
Tickets to the Big 12 title game are now on sale.
Bobby Newcombe signs with the Cardinals.
Who will win the No. 2 I-back spot?
Tracey Wistrom works at being a better blocker.
Dennis Dodd hypes the Big 12 (but says that a "general malaise surrounds Nebraska").
The Big 12 is adding a couple of new academic requirements.
Irving Fryar, fifth-leading receiver in NFL history, says he's retiring.
Correll Buckhalter signs with the Eagles.
Troy State is shopping for a new conference.
TSN's Tom Dienhart says the offense should remain in Frank Solich's hands.
The KC Star examines the financial squeeze in college athletics (1, 2, 3, 4). Also, there's a move afoot to reallocate the Big 12 pie.
Tom Osborne has collected a $1.9 million payout.
Josh Heskew talks with the OKC paper about football and life.
Linebacker Chad Sievers from Valley will transfer to NU from New Mexico State.
Ex-Husker fullback "Pappy" Zaruba dies at age 67.
TSN updates us on Roger Craig.
Craig Bohl and other defensive coordinators talk about stopping the spread offense.
Regrets? DeAngelo Evans has a big one.
The Big Red Shop is gone, but its big red sign could be yours.
Steve Spurrier pays a visit to Nebraska and talks about the 1996 Fiesta Bowl.
Preseason magazine season is almost upon us. Here's an online offering from NationalChamps.net to get you warmed up: Top 25 | Heisman
Tracey Wistrom is on the Lombardi Trophy "watch list."
Troy Watchorn lands with the Lincoln Lightning.
Student tickets for this fall's games go fast.
Frank Solich opposes Friday night games
Wingback John Gibson is granted an extra year.