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February 2003

Craig Bohl lands the North Dakota State job (1, 2, 3), and George Darlington becomes an assistant at Marshall (1, 2, 3).
Frank Solich denies reports that Jemayel Phillips has left the team.
Scott Downing tries to separate fact from fiction as he begins work on the recruiting class of '04.
More on the timing of the Southern Miss game.
Eric Crouch says the CFL is an option, but Mike Martz says the Rams would welcome him back as wide receiver.
NU staffers learn quickly that there's a new sheriff in town in Steve Pederson.
George Darlington seeks a position at Marshall.
Bo Pelini quashes the rumors that he's leaving.
Richie Incognito moves to center.
Chris Kelsay heads for the scouting combine.
The Southern Miss game may be headed for a Thursday night ESPN slot.
The halo rule is history.
Woody Paige chimes in on the pay-for-play plan. Other opinions: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Barry Alvarez emulates Bob Devaney as he steps into a big new role.
Tom Rathman follows Steve Mariucci to Detroit.
Dr. Tom opposes the Chambers-Johanns idea.
Ken Hambleton examines the player-pay issue.
Curt Dukes' knee rehab may allow him to play this spring.
Nebraska's governor comes out in favor of pay for college football players.
The 2002 uniforms are history, prices of tickets are going down, and a revamped Herbie Husker is on his way, Steve Pederson announces.
Craig Bohl and Mark Mauer apply for the top job at North Dakota State.
Boyd Epley and the players hit the weight room with a new resolve.
See how the major colleges' football and other athletic budgets compare with one another.
Darren DeLone blazes a trail in coming to NU.
A Pennsylvania columnist writes in glowing terms about Steve Pederson's impact at Pitt.
RB Antwaun Guidry, a 2001 NU recruit, transfers to another junior college.
A big-time collector puts his NU memorabilia on display in his new grill and pub in Lincoln.
Get the rundown on who signed and how the Huskers' recruiting class ranks nationally.
Jimmy Williams' hiring becomes official: 1, 2, 3, 4
Chris Kelsay prepares for the NFL draft.
Grand Island running back Scott Siegel will walk on.
Sign-'em day finally arrives, and even with a couple of late additions (1, 2, 3), NU appears to have a class that won't bowl over the analysts. But two cornerbacks hope to make an immediate impact.
Some Omaha-area stars await NU's call.
Jimmy Williams reportedly has been hired as linebackers coach.
Benard Thomas talks about his hopes for the 2003 defense.
Linebacker recruit Lance Broadus de-commits.
An energized approach helps turn around NU's recruiting season, but nothing's guaranteed until signing day.
The final coaching spot may be filled soon.
Interviewing for the job of linebackers coach is former Husker All-American Jimmy Williams.