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October 2001

Jim Rome says NU can't win an OU rematch.
Jamie Burrow (1, 2) is the FWAA's national defensive player of the week. He and Kyle Larson also win Big 12 player-of-the-week honors.
Some QBs on NU's schedule are dinged up.
A visit by Mike Stuntz has St. Albert High abuzz.
Some strange scenarios lurk among the BCS possibilities, including an NU-OU Rose Bowl.
A Lincoln Journal-Star special section captures the essence of game day in Lincoln.
Junior Tagoa'i is cited for domestic assault.
Mike Brown continues to impress in Chicago.
Some midseason lists of interest: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Byron Bennett looks back on the missed kick in the 18-16 Orange Bowl loss eight seasons ago.
Nebraska-Oklahoma will be the 11 a.m. ABC split national telecast. (West Coast viewers get UCLA-Stanford later in the day instead.)
Bugeaters are alive and well at Memorial Stadium.
The OWH takes a look at the Huskers' strong Millard North connection.
It was 20 years ago that a guy named Turner Gill took over as quarterback.
An Iowa columnist responds to NU fans' criticism.
Jason Lohr works on rehabbing his knee and hopes for an extra year of eligibility.
ESPN Classic's special on Eric Crouch forces the local papers to do some scrambling: 1, 2, 3, 4
Could Fresno State be coming to Lincoln in 2002?
NU recruit Jay Moore of Elkhorn injures a knee.
Toniu Fonoti makes the Outland watch list.
Correll Buckhalter's stock rises with the Eagles.
Jon Bowling gets into a legal scrape.