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May 2003

Richie Incognito is named to the Outland watch list.
It's official: Curt Dukes is transferring.
Lawrence Phillips joins the Calgary Stampeders.
Jack O'Holleran's work ethic helped him move to the top of the depth chart.
Future Husker Andy Birkel sweeps the 100, 200 and 400 meters in the state track meet.
Troy State will join the Sun Belt Conference.
From Husker Dan, a musical sendoff for Marques Simmons.
Grant Wistrom is hosting a charity golf tournament in Lincoln.
ESPN.com previews the Big 12.
It's the season for both mental and physical conditioning.
Tom Osborne renews his push to rein in sports agents.
Eric Crouch ties the knot.
College Football News previews Penn State.
A car crash kills baton twirler Bobby Foehlinger.
Services are held in Dallas for former Iowa State star Ennis Haywood.
Eleven at most will be Blackshirts, Bo Pelini says.
Curt Dukes and Frank Solich have what is described as a productive talk.
OSU quarterback Josh Fields hopes his next visit to Lincoln is more fruitful than the one he just completed.
Thunder Collins agrees to terms with the Alouettes.
Ahman Green earns his degree, and Dave Rimington is a finalist for the Verizon Academic All-America Hall of Fame
Curt Dukes' parents discuss his frustration with injury & illness.
Garth Glissman is transferring. Will Curt Dukes be next?
Steve Pederson hires Nebraska native Marc Boehm away from Pitt and begins restructuring the athletic department. Meanwhile, there's some distress in Pittsburgh: 1, 2, 3, 4
A new culture of teaching and learning takes root on the team and the staff.
Frank Solich discusses his role as overseer.
A bowl game in Forth Worth with a Big 12 tie-in receives NCAA approval.
The Alouettes release Lawrence Phillips.