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October 2002

The Daily Nebraskan looks at athletes & alcohol: 1, 2, 3
The Loon decides to give politics a whirl.
Charges are filed as A&M investigates the postgame assault on an NU fan.
Frank Solich passes muster in a poll.
No bowl wouldn't necessarily mean less revenue.
NU recruit Josh Mueller copes with injury.
Darin Erstad comments on his dual championships.
Family and friends gather to remember Jake Young.
An update on former Husker RB Kent McCloughan, a longtime scout for the Raiders.
Chris Kelsay snags a top academic honor.
The Loon returns from Vegas with some unusual odds.
Jake Young's remains are identified in Bali, and services are planned for the two-time All-American.
The L.A. Times weighs in on the state of the program. More commentary: 1, 2, 3, 4
Some donors consider abandoning ship.
Bill Byrne says he has heard no calls for a coaching change from "boosters of substance." And one major booster explains why he's not on the warpath.
A glimpse of the sports world of 1961, the last time Oklahoma State beat NU.
The remedy some fans are demanding would cost a bundle.
Lateral movement, not great speed, helped make Clete Pillen a standout linebacker in the '70s.
Maybe John Cook and Frank Solich both did the right thing, says columnist Terry Douglass.
DeJuan Groce is a CNNSI midseason All-American.
Jake Young's family and friends start to give up hope.
Thunder Collins still hasn't spoken to the coaches about his decision to quit.
John Parrella is a key player in the Oakland Raiders' rebuilt defense.
QB Tom Zbikowski pays an unofficial visit to Lincoln.
Thunder Collins says family and financial considerations forced him to quit the team. Here's his statement, a chronology, and more stories: 1, 2, 3.
Thunder Collins apparently has quit the team.
Jake Young's family and friends cling to slim hopes that he might have survived the Bali bombing.
See the ad a Husker fan placed in the Lincoln paper.
Doug DuBose is arrested in Connecticut.
NU's strength program strives to stay ahead.
ESPN's Dan Patrick says Eric Crouch will be back.
How NU fans handle adversity will define them, a K.C. writer says.
Tom Osborne finds that sports and politics do mix.
The Loon's mailbag runneth over.
A columnist calls for Eric Crouch's return to the Rams -- as quarterback.
Harry Tolly recalls the monumental 1959 upset over Oklahoma in Lincoln.
Randy Stella fits in with the Mavs.
Eric Crouch leaves the door open to a return to pro football, but only as a quarterback. Canada is one possibility. 1camera (1K)
Crouch's words don't sway one of his St. Louis critics.
Papers in L.A., Fresno, Houston and Denver are the latest to behold NU's struggles.
The Loon rolls out some significant figures.
Bill Byrne gives the staff a vote of confidence.