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November 2001

Complaints against Tony Davis are filed in court.
Thunder Collins proves his toughness.
Johnny Rodgers lobbies fellow Heisman winners to vote for Eric Crouch. Meanwhile, the sudden dive in No. 7's Heisman stock is a puzzler to some people.
Omaha Central RB David Horne weighs his options.
The OWH looks at the SI cover "jinx".
The Loon rides the pine while a guest host fills in.
A CU player says he was assaulted by Nebraska fans outside a Boulder strip club.
A No. 4 BCS ranking boosts NU's bowl prospects as well as the Huskers' spirits.
The Huskers discuss the defeat and give CU credit as they look to bounce back.
More skyboxes? It could happen.
ESPN writes glowingly of Toniu Fonoti.
QB recruit Curt Dukes is on track to join the team in the spring.
Cory Schlesinger's play draws good reviews in Detroit.
Ross Pilkington, a 1999 recruit at WR who opted for minor-league baseball, will join the team next semester.
Ryon Bingham turns things around on & off the field.
SI puts Eric Crouch on its cover.
Warren Swain is leaving Pinnacle, to be replaced on the football broadcasts by Jim Rose.
Columbus Lakeview junior Josh Mueller joins the recruiting class of 2003.
A couple of looks at the Heisman race: 1, 2
Those football media guides keep getting bigger and bigger. Here's a rundown on what each school spends on them.
Don't go, Tom Shatel urges Toniu Fonoti.
Congrats to NFL players of the week Mike Brown and Ahman Green.
It's official: KU cans coach Terry Allen.
What a week it was for Mike Stuntz.
The KC Star compares NU quarterbacks Crouch, Frost, Frazier & Gill.
Tony Davis lands in a some hot water.