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October 2003

The announcement on the facilities upgrade is coming Thursday: 1, 2, 3
Nebraska is No. 3 in Dennis Dodd's All Phases Index.
Meet Stan the Corn Kob man, a mascot in 1957-58.
From the Loon, some catchy quotations to help you through your next stimulating conversation.
Clayton Sievers joins NU's recruiting class of 2004. But top OL prospect Jeff Byers chooses Southern Cal.
Nebraska recruit Ty Steinkuhler's work ethic stands out at Lincoln Southwest.
Nebraska rises to ninth in the new BCS standings.
Ralston offensive tackle Mike Huff becomes the 11th known unofficial member of the recruiting class of 2004.
Phil Bland's foot injury will sideline him indefinitely.
So, exactly what is the dirty workout?
There's no shortage of ideas on what amenities a new locker room should have.
The Loon has all the answers -- to a crossword puzzle.
DeAntae Grixby discusses the injury that has ended his NU playing career.
The Huskers are 11th in the season's first BCS rankings.
Help yourself to Husker computer wallpaper that's as American as apple pie.
An early-December trip to Arrowhead may be what it takes for fans to warm up to Jammal Lord.
Graduate assistant Dan McLaughlin learns the college game.
From the Milwaukee paper, an update on Ahman Green.
The Iowa State game will be a pay-per-view telecast.
The injured Missouri fan could face trespassing charges. Commentary on the case: 1, 2, 3, 4. Video:video (1K)
It's time once again for the Loon to answer some mail.
Kellen Huston is suspended (1, 2, 3, 4, 5 video (1K))
The Denver Post's undercover look at Missouri fans somehow becomes a story about Husker fans.
NU keeps trying to lure that difference-maker at I-back. Meanwhile, QB recruit D.T. McDowell waffles.
Pencils ready … The Loon has a quiz for you.
Scott Downing discusses the Huskers' recruiting needs.
Steve Pederson comments on the suspensions of two NFL ex-Huskers.
The Bullocks brothers credit their mother and coach for guiding them onto a successful path.
Kansas City reportedly lands the 2004 Big 12 championship game.
Meet Joey Robison, cornerback and a farmer at heart.
The National Football League suspends Keyuo Craver for four games.
A Troy State linebacker is wounded in a shooting.
Tickets to the Big 12 championship game at Arrowhead go on sale.
Chad Kelsay is arrested in a Lincoln restaurant.
Carl Pelini toils outside of the limelight.
A more businesslike approach to road games means fewer distractions for players.
Tom Osborne shares some big-game insights.
The drive and dedication of strength coach Bryan Bailey continue to amaze.
The Berringer Scholarship goes to Patrick Kabongo.
OL recruit Andy Christensen is a force on both sides of the ball for Bennington.
In 1960, Harvey Perlman was Corn Cob Man for a day.
Fox Sports' Darryl Richards calls NU one of 2003's big surprises.
Dennis Dodd is the latest to behold the transformation engineered by Bo Pelini.
From tiny east Texas town to college football's big stage, Demorrio Williams has traveled far.
Nine Huskers are playing with degrees in hand.
The halftime panic of a year ago is long gone.
The Loon shares some intercepted correspondence.
Jason Lohr juggles parenthood, school and football.