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July 2001

From the NFL, updates on Correll Buckhalter (1, 2, 3) and Carlos Polk.
The Desert Husker warms up to the 2001 season.
The Loon checks in with his August predictions.
TSN's Tom Dienhart assesses the Big 12 and says to look for NU to run a little more spread offense.
Tight end Matt Herian of Pierce commits to the 2002 recruiting class.
Frank Solich discusses the running game and the high hopes for 2001. Eric Crouch, meanwhile, says there's a sense of urgency for 2001.
Dan Alexander is Big 12 Sportsman of the Year.
Freshmen Danieal Manning and Daniel Bullocks won't be eligible to play this fall.
Jon Rutherford stays upbeat as he rehabs his knee.
The Desert Husker responds to some of the slings & arrows directed at NU football.
At Green Bay, Ahman Green is rewarded with a 5-year contract and Steve Warren battles back from injury.
The coaching staff gets cracking on the 2001 season.
Tommie Frazier is released from the hospital.
A new golf tournament helps the Shrine Bowl cause.
NU is positioned prominently in the Las Vegas over/unders on victory totals and national championship and Heisman odds.
Dominic Raiola agrees to terms with the Lions.
Big 12 coaches pick Nebraska to win the conference.
In Provo, Utah, there's a yearning for fan devotion like Nebraska's.
Summer workouts end with team chemistry reportedly in good shape.
Frank Solich and other head coaches get pay raises.
Shrine Bowl QB Mike McLaughlin says he's getting used to the Crouch comparisons.
A sponsorship deal between Alltel and NU is in the works.
A political column by Debbie Schlussel degenerates into an anti-Osborne smear job.
A more bulked-up Tracey Wistrom talks with TSN.
Frank Solich says he'll eventually hand the offense over to someone else.
TSN scouts the Buffs, ranked 26th by the magazine.
AP looks at the big business that is Husker athletics. And the CEO, Bill Byrne, makes the top 10 list of most influential people in college football.
Scott Frost is hurt slightly in an auto accident.
Bill Marks, a.k.a. The Desert Husker, makes his HuskerPedia column-writing debut.
John Gibson works through the pain of knee rehab.
Aaron Golliday is assaulted and loses a tooth.
Russ Hochstein signs with Tampa Bay.
Summer workouts can be a real eye-opener for the newcomers.
QB Curt Dukes from North Carolina becomes the fourth member of the recruiting class of 2002. Here's Max Emfinger's take on the kid.
Another story on the Canada connection.
Will Shields is named the NFL's No. 1 "good guy."
On NPR, commentator Meghan Daum describes her adaptation to Nebraska red.
NYT and Dunkel get the ax and "quality wins" count for more in the new BCS formula.
Here's some ticket info that may come in handy.
The Athletic Dept. is taking orders for the 2001 media guide and schedule posters.
Kyle Vanden Bosch and Dan Alexander sign NFL contracts.
KFAB fails to pull off a return of Kent Pavelka.
Josh Brown pleads no contest and is fined $350.
A bunch of Husker memorabilia goes on sale.
Eric Crouch makes Street & Smith's preseason All-America team.
Sporting News previews the Big 12.
Several more ex-Huskers will be enshrined in the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame.
Arena football is no cakewalk for Troy Watchorn.
Students can continue selling their tickets, the Athletic Dept. says in dashing a rumor.
From Athlon Sports, a feature on Eric Crouch.
Terry Bowden and Kiper preview the Big 12.
Mark LeFlore says his commitment is still solid.
A pain-free Judd Davies discusses his rehab.