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September 2003

Bo Pelini finds success by keeping things simple -- and now he's being mentioned as a possible candidate for the Arizona vacancy.
Kyle Larson earns Big 12 player of the week honors.
The Rams' Scott Shanle is suspended for four games.
Troops in Kuwait get their Husker fix.
Jason Lohr perseveres for the love of the game.
A petition seeks to renew the Nebraska-Penn State series.
Southern Miss' former mascot recalls going a little too far with his antics in Lincoln in '99.
At Nebraska Wesleyan, Nelson Barnes reaffirms his commitment to coaching.
See how Barney Cotton calls the plays.
Are the Huskers back? Not exactly, says Sporting News columnist Matt Hayes.
Steve Taylor and Tommie Frazier weigh in on how much Joe Dailey should play.
Vote on which Husker mascot, past or present, is your favorite.
Inspiration helps Jake Andersen make up for a lack of height.
David Dyches stays focused even while injured.
Tommie Frazier speaks out against the booing of Jammal Lord.
Craig Bohl is a big hit in Fargo. Meanwhile, his successor in Lincoln draws more praise and even a little awe.
A car crash kills Tom Osborne's mother-in-law.
The quarterback debate rages on.
Steve Runty's advice for Mike Stuntz: Don't go.
Wearing green this time, George Darlington gets ready for a return to familiar territory in Manhattan, Kan.
Jemayel Phillips leaves the team: 1, 2, 3
Bo Pelini says he's focused "on the task at hand," not on his next career move.
A Pennsylvania columnist tips his hat to Nebraska fans.
Sandro DeAngelis is honored for his service in the community.
From the Loon, some tips on worst-case scenario survival.
USA Today makes note of NU's defensive improvement.
David Dyches talks about his journey to Lincoln and his early impact.
Husker football remains a passion for Andy Roddick.
NU recruit Allan Evridge says he looks forward to competing for the QB job.
Tom Osborne and Barry Switzer reminisce at a TeamMates fundraiser1camera (1K)
The visiting-team fan sitting near you could be a Denver reporter in disguise.
The first stop is Lincoln on ESPN.com's tour of college football's best places, and SI pays a visit as well.
Kansas State can look to Nebraska's 1994 championship team for hope.
NU's recruiting class of '04 has landed in an early top 10.
Patrick Kabongo is a big presence in the community: 1, 2
D.C.-area fans are invited to a Taste of Nebraska and Penn State game watch.
Steve Pederson works at getting a big-name nonconference opponent on each season's schedule.
See how ex-Huskers fared in the NFL's first week.
Clint Finley keeps his NFL dream alive in Kansas City.
Lincoln Southeast DT Zach Copple ponders an offer from Nebraska, but Harvard is also an option.
Nine former Huskers are inducted into the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame.
The game-day atmosphere pays recruiting dividends.
The Huskers climb back into the top 25: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Not your typical freshman: Joe Dailey.