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November 2002

Jason Lohr is on track for another comeback.
Staff changes appear all but certain. More: 1, 2, 3
Monte Kiffin offers words of support for Frank Solich.
Bill Byrne returns from College Station: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
A bowl trip to Shreveport looks more and more likely.
A blood clot killed A&M's Brandon Fails.
UNL's chancellor says he'll try to keep Bill Byrne.
Tragedy strikes at Texas A&M.
Jason Peter voices an interest joining the NU staff.
Tampa Bay's defense shines under Monte Kiffin.
Jim McCord recalls the super-stout 1967 defense.
Chris Dishman surprises himself by sticking in the NFL.
Bill Byrne has an eye on the A&M job.
Willie Amos will miss spring ball.
Lawrence Phillips will start in the Grey Cup game, but Barron Miles won't.
Tommy Zbikowski and other recruits say NU remains attractive despite the current team's struggles.
NU gives juco players a closer look.
Team psychologist Jack Stark has heart surgery.
Tom Osborne offers Frank Solich encouragement, and Craig Bohl says he has no thoughts of resigning.
NU could end up in a bowl without a conference tie-in.
Joe Chrisman takes center stage - at Barry's Bar & Grill.
Frank Solich won't comment about the possibility of staff changes, and George Darlington says the Bohl-bashers are off base.
Some of NU's facilities have begun showing their age.
The New York Times is the latest to weigh in on the state of the program.
Four Huskers are named to the first-team Academic All-District team.
Thunder Collins talks about his exit from the team. 1camera (1K)
Cory Schlesinger is used to being the stealth player in the backfield.
Jamie Williams makes a rare return to Lincoln.
Fox releases some pay-per-view numbers from the Mizzou game.
The final installment of the Husker Century trilogy premieres.
Dominic Raiola's younger brother gets his first start at Wisconsin.
The Loon gets his mitts on a HuskerVision script.
Jason Peter and Charlie McBride defend Craig Bohl's performance.
Tommie Frazier contemplates his future.
Junior Tagoa'i and Jammal Lord enter not-guilty pleas.
UT tackle Alfio Randall-Veasey apologizes for trying to plant the team flag at midfield.
Thunder Collins pleads guilty to disturbing the peace.
Kevin Steele gets the ax at Baylor; let the speculation begin.
A look at the bowl possibilities.
An update on No. 55, Bill Janssen. 1camera (1K)