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April 2002

Spring practice & related items listed here
TSN's Tom Dienhart tries to answer a few questions about the 2002 Huskers.
Is there enough playing time at I-back to go around?
Isaiah Fluellen will be a one-man track team in South Dakota.
Eric Crouch describes draft day, and several Huskers sign free-agent contracts.
USA Today looks at the pros & cons of a Curt Dukes-style early start.
Sam Francis, one of Nebraska's all-time greats, has died at age 88.
Correll Buckhalter tears an ACL, and Eric Crouch pulls a hamstring.
A look at the battle for No. 2 at quarterback.
The success of Seppo Evwaraye may have been the biggest surprise of the spring.
A nerve disorder has ended the career of linebacker Shaun Coleman.
Toniu Fonoti, Eric Crouch, Keyuo Craver and Tracey Wistrom go in rounds 2, 3, 4 and 7 of the NFL draft, but Fonoti may have made a costly mistake.
The OWH assesses the status of the defense (1, 2) and offense.
Jammal Lord is glad to be done with the green jersey.
The Ron Brown story picks up steam.
Randy Stella says there are no hard feelings.
Sega announces its deal with Eric Crouch, who's keeping busy before the NFL draft.
Cortney Grixby is a young man in demand.
Ron Brown's beliefs may have cost him a shot at the Stanford job.
Changes to the BCS may be slight.
UNO talks with Randy Stella.
Dr. Tom is No. 13 in the Pigskin Post's list of top all-time coaches.
The Big 12 adds the Tangerine Bowl.
An update on Jarvis Redwine.
Eric Crouch discusses his visits with the Chiefs and Rams.
Some game times are nailed down.
The student ticket lottery is about to begin.
Frank Solich and two other NU coaches reveal outside income sources.
Dwayne Harris isn't quite done with football.
The Loon brings us the April 1 edition of The Bugmunch. (Beware: Some may find salty language offensive.)