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August 2002

Fall camp items here
Charges are refiled against Thunder Collins. No word on his team status.
A Big Red Banquet is coming up in Fort Calhoun.
The new jerseys are hot sellers.
Mark Blazek looks back on his years at NU.
Brendan Stai must learn quickly with the 'Skins.
Clete Blakeman moves up in the refereeing world.
A golfer sues Steve Taylor.
Jason Lohr weighs another comeback.
The Loon has a chain letter for you.
Yes, there was radio before Lyell. The LJS looks at the history of Husker play-by-play as Jim Rose takes over the high-profile job.
Tommie Frazier does a little reminiscing.
The Humanitarian Bowl joins the Big 12 lineup.
Lawrence Phillips is back with the Alouettes.
The Loon provides a rundown of the rules of fandom.
Dahrran Diedrick makes the Doak Walker watch list.
The Bears get leadership from Mike Brown, and Kyle Vanden Bosch is back in the Cardinals' starting lineup.
From the LJS, profiles of Tom Osborne and Frank Solich.
LP leaves the Alouettes (again).
Take the Loon's HQ test.
Class of '97: Ahman Green packs more power, and Scott Frost goes on injured reserve.
The upgrade to the strength training facility is nearly complete, says Boyd Epley.
Christian Peter turns his life around.
NU opens at 10th in the AP poll.
Warren Powers returns to coaching.
The Loon and New York Husker preview the season.
John Garrison joins a few dozen others on the Outland watch list.
Athlon's rates the 1941 Rose Bowl as college football's No. 3 most memorable game. NU-Oklahoma 1971 is No. 2.
Jim Rose discusses his high-profile job.
More about the new ball.
David Horne already has a web presence; there's a bit more to see at the Wilson Thomas site.