The "Vili Waldrop" question is answered.
Bonus money gets handed out at the Athletic Dept.
The NU-Northwestern game comes up in an article on defending the spread offense.
The NFL ax falls on Scott Frost, Doug Colman, Loran Kaiser, Donta Jones and Jared Tomich. But Kyle Vanden Bosch continues to impress.
Former Husker Herb Dewitz has died at age 99 in Idaho.
The Athletic Dept. fires up an Eric Crouch page.
Randy Stella could return -- in 2002.
Cast your vote in MSN's stadium poll.
Will this year's defense get better?
A raft of pictures from Photo Day.
Warren Swain discusses his job and the criticism.
The Desert Husker breaks down the defense.
Three of 2001's great games involve NU, says SI. And the OKC paper welcomes the NU-Oklahoma revival.
The San Antonio paper looks at Eric Crouch's Heisman chances.
From the OWH, a mammoth football preview section and the final installment of a team-by-team Big 12 preview series.
Congrats to three-year grad Demoine Adams.
Rice loses its top QB.
Heisman conjecture involves prominent mention of Eric Crouch (1, 2). Of course, a 2,000-yard passing season wouldn't hurt the cause.
Running back Dusty Stamer plans to transfer to NU.
Grant Wistrom has an injury scare.
Matt Turman takes over as Valley High's coach.
Columnists' corner: Frank Solich is putting his own stamp on the program; a look at the 2001 offense; and it may be 1995 all over again.
Life after football is a little fishy for T.J. DeBates.
Congrats to Wade Williams and Raymond Unks, who each won a pair of tickets to the Pigskin Classic in the season's first Californians for Nebraska ticket raffle.
ESPN The Magazine visits with Eric Crouch.
Athlon Sports pencils in Turner Gill and Eric Crouch as future head coaches.
NU is picked No. 8 by Sports Illustrated. Meanwhile, USA Today's Erik Smith, who last year picked Alabama to win it all, goes with NU this year.
The aforementioned newspaper talks with Rep. Tom. (Meanwhile, Debbie Schlussel goes off the deep end.)
The Loon takes the wraps off some poll results.
TSN previews its 15th-ranked K-State Wildcats.
That car crash in Iowa last month could have been a lot worse, Scott Frost says.
NU starts out fourth in the coaches' poll.