Manaia Brown signs with BYU.
Curt Dukes enjoys his relative anonymity.
Will NU's extra game be against a Division 1-AA opponent like McNeese State, or will it be vs. the Tar Heels?
Clint Finley signs with the Chiefs.
Demorrio Williams didn't come all this way just to sit.
The recruiting class may not bowl over the experts, but Frank Solich says it's a speedy bunch that can contribute immediately. Stanley Daniels was a late defection, but NU picked up a DB from Michigan and ended up on a couple of top-25 lists (1, 2). Buster Davis, meanwhile, delays his decision.
Cory Timm's signing was a Yutan happening.
Getting a 4th nonconference game is proving difficult.
Tony Davis settles the ticket-sale complaints.
In the recruiting world, "commit" has lost its meaning.
NFL scouts assess Eric Crouch's chances.
The Manaia Brown plot thickens, and Ernie Chambers rips Frank Solich's decision. Earlier stories: 1, 2
The recruiting craziness concludes Feb. 6 with the players signing and coaches hoping for no defections.
Curt Dukes and Demorrio Williams get a head start on the rest of the class of 2002.
Speedy WB recruit Isaiah Fluellen is shooting for the 2004 Olympics -- and for playing time this fall.
Eric Crouch has an up-and-down Hula Bowl.
The game at Ames is moved up a week.