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January 2002

(Rose Bowl items here | BCS-related items here)
Another setback for LeKevin Smith and the D-line.
FB/LB Grant Miller joins NU's recruiting class of 2002. Lincoln Southeast DE Trevor Neeman will enroll on scholarship next January.
Recruit Mark LeFlore is suspended from Central High.
David Horne chooses NU (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), and suddenly the class of '02 is looking solid.
Milt Tenipor has holes to fill on in O-line, and George Darlington gets set to tweak some routines in the secondary.
Eric Crouch will get a chance to exhibit his versatility in the Hula Bowl. (Other postseason participants listed here.)
Louisiana OT Jamayel Phillips commits to NU.
The NCAA orders two years of probation for violations in the swimming and wrestling programs. Here's the coverage: OWH (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), LJS (1, 2, 3, 4), NCAA release, Athletic Dept.
Steve Hicks rethinks his Iowa State pledge, and DT Brandon Greeson of North Carolina and North Platte's Kade Pittman are the latest to commit to NU.
Jim Rose gets ready for play-by-play duty.
With spring practice just two months away, LeKevin Smith shows that he's on the road back to top form.
NU braces for NCAA sanctions: 1, 2
David Horne gets ready to announce his choice of schools.
Gerald Riggs Jr., the five-star RB from Tennessee, talks about his interest in Nebraska.
The OWH & LJS assess the recruiting class: 1, 2
Tyrone Diggs commits to NU. (Earlier story here.)
The OWH looks at the risks & rewards of turning pro early.
It's a big weekend for ex-Huskers in the NFL playoffs.
Ahman Green finds his groove with the Packers.
Jammal Lord is fined in a traffic/alcohol case.
Marc Munford gets an arena coaching job.
Tommie Frazier is No. 33 on College Football News' list of all-time greatest players. Earlier selections: Rodgers, Glover, Steinkuhler.
Curt Dukes gets a head start on his NU career.
Haloti Ngata scratches NU off his list, and LB Mike D'Andrea chooses Ohio State.
Craig Bohl deals with the criticism.
Notre Dame suddenly is in the hunt for David Horne.
Toniu Fonoti's family says the decision to turn pro was a tough one. Tom Shatel says the big fella's departure is part of a trend that is changing an NU institution.
CBS Sportsline pegs NU at No. 8 for 2002.
NU fans in California strike back at the L.A. Times.
Mike D'Andrea says he's about to announce his decision -- NU or Ohio State?
Bob Stoops is staying at OU, and the Gators finally settle on Ron Zook.
What changes will 2002 and the post-Crouch era bring to the offense and defense? The Blackshirts' bad two-game stretch doesn't mean Craig Bohl's job is on the line, Frank Solich says.
The Gators look for a new coach, and the Sooners' Bob Stoops reportedly agonizes over the job offer before deciding to stay in Norman.
Faithful fans welcome the team at the Lincoln airport.
Eric Crouch ponders what his NFL future might be.
The Sears Trophy is getting a new sponsor.
Dr. Tom comments on the Rose Bowl.