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June-July 2002

Fall camp items here
NU is #1 and #3 in Mel Kiper's all-time Top 25.
NFL report: Kyle Vanden Bosch comes back from knee surgery, Keyuo Craver is set for early playing time, Mike Brown breaks a bone in his hand, Ralph Brown hopes to step up, and Eric Crouch takes it one step at a time. 1camera (1K)
NU takes the conference lead in alumni in the NFL.
A new poll will debut in August.
Happy 97th to former player and coach Glenn Presnell.
Elmer Dohrmann, winner of a record 11 letters at NU, dies at age 84 in California.
Tonui Fonoti and Tracey Wistrom sign NFL contracts.
Grant Wistrom is named defensive captain of the Rams.
NU's ball for 2002 will be smaller and burnt orange.
TSN previews Penn State.
Ex-Husker Barron Miles is Mr. Mom between games.
Carl Crawford, the '99 Husker QB signee who chose pro baseball, talks about his quick rise to the majors.
Lincoln Southeast receiver Andy Birkel joins the unofficial recruiting class of '03.
The 2003 season may open with Oklahoma State to make room for an extra nonconference game.
In & out of trouble: Abdul Muhammad, Ahman Green.
Keyuo Craver and the Saints agree on a contract.
CollegeFootballNews.com has NU going 1-2 in the big games of 2002.
With the season fast approaching, the sportswriters pick NU second in the Big 12 North.
Blue Ribbon previews NU and the Big 12.
The OWH visits with the Ruud family.
Eric Crouch signs a three-year deal with the Rams.
Greg Austin, an OL recruit from Cypress, Texas, joins the unofficial class of 2003. Meanwhile, DT recruit Carnell Stewart shows interest.
Tim Layden comments on steroids and Tom Osborne. Responses from the BBS.
Bobby Newcombe leaves the Alouettes.
Nine former Huskers get set to join the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame.
Ex-Husker Herman Rohrig dies at 84.
NU is in the running for OL Martin O'Donnell. Meanwhile, receiver Andy Birkel ponders NU's scholarship offer.
Thunder Collins bulks up as players go through summer workouts.
NU is honored for its graduation rate.
NU works at reducing groin injuries.
Lawrence Phillips has another good outing.
Willie Amos might sit out through next spring. Josh Bullocks' injury, meanwhile, won't keep him out of fall camp, Frank Solich says.
There's no "Nebraska rule" and no oversight committee as the BCS undergoes its annual revision. And there is no shortage of opinions: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Cornerback Fabian Washington gets a jump on his freshman season.
Brandon Teamer, a DL from Omaha Central, commits to NU's class of '03.
Bobby Hohn lives with ALS and works for a cure.
Lawrence Phillips scores three TDs for Montreal.
Isaiah Fluellen is again named Male Athlete of the Year for Defense Dept. dependent schools in Europe.
Freshman-to-be Mark LeFlore pleads no contest.
An ATV crash injures Josh Bullocks.
Steve Craver, brother of Keyuo, will commit to NU.
The BCS debate will soon heat up as conference commissioners decide whether to tinker with the forumla.
Lawrence Phillips leaves the Alouettes.
Bill Jennings, the former NU coach, dies at age 84. In a recent World-Herald interview, he took stock of his legacy. Also, here's an interview from December 2000.
Jason Richenberger will transfer.
Colorado assistant Tom McMahon loses his battle with cancer.
Husker-to-be Kurt Mann is the Lincoln Journal-Star's Nebraska male high school athlete of the year.