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January 2004

Items about the coaching transition are here.
Hats off to former Husker Will Shields, the NFL's Man of the Year.
Details about the April 17th spring game are set.
The Carolina Panthers feed off Mike Minter's intensity in their Super Bowl season.
Gabe Hatchett backs out of his NU commitment.
NU makes a push for QB Rocky Hinds and defensive end Jeremy Coley as recruiting hits the homestretch.
Receiver Gabe Hatchett discusses his decision to go to NU.
D.T. McDowell withdraws his commitment, and NU crosses juco defensive tackle Byron Smith off its list because of robbery charges.
I.M. Hipp frowns upon the walk-on cutbacks.
More on Lydon Murtha and his change of heart: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Russ Hochstein's rebuff of Warren Sapp turns the former Husker into a hero among the Super Bowl press. More on ex-Huskers in the big show: Mike Minter (1, 2, 3), Mike Rucker.
Running-back recruit Brandon Jackson shows promise: 1, 2
Lydon Murtha decides he'll be a Husker.
Cortney Grixby chooses NU (1, 2, 3), and the recruiting class jumps into Rivals.com's Top 25.
In a big weekend for recruiting, NU snags six commitments (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), and blue-chip offensive lineman Lydon Murtha is leaning toward the Huskers.
Nathan Swift affirms his commitment to NU.
Bill Callahan aims to cut down on walk-ons: 1, 2, 3, 4
The staff looks for difference-makers at quarterback, running back and receiver.
Bill Callahan scours the Chicago area for talent.
The naming of the new athletic complex is one of the issues as Tom Osborne meets with Harvey Perlman.
A blue-chip O-lineman considers a late switch from Minnesota to Nebraska (1, 2, 3, 4), and NU tries to regain the commitment of receiver Terrence Nunn.
Dusty Stamer gives up football and focuses on track.
QB Beau Davis of California commits to NU.
The stadium expansion plans continue to evolve.
It's down to Nebraska or Notre Dame for Cortney Grixby.
Mike Minter spreads the word about NFL Panthers.
Santino Panico's versatility and work ethic helped land him a scholarship offer from Nebraska. Also, Maurice McClellan is penciled in for halfback duty.
Bill Callahan says the players ticketed over the weekend face internal disciplinary measures: 1, 2
Don't expect the West Coast offense to be an overnight success at NU, say coaches familiar with the system.
Santino Panico, a Chicago-area RB-DB, commits to Nebraska.
The new staff goes after some big-name recruits.
Pitt could be without Larry Fitzgerald when NU comes calling in September.
Warm up to the West Coast offense with a Roger Craig autographed replica Husker jersey.
Bo Pelini becomes a Sooner (1, 2, 3) and says he had no shot at NU's top job.
A loud party gets several players in hot water: 1, 2
The regents approve the facilities expansion.
From the Lincoln paper, a Q&A with Frank Solich.
Russ Hochstein steps up into a starting role for the AFC title game.
O-lineman Danny Muy of Tallahassee commits to the Cornhuskers: 1, 2
Former Husker Bob Brown is an Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist.
Sad news from Texas: ex-Husker QB Nate Mason dies at age 43: 1, 2.
Receivers have the most to learn in the West Coast offense.
Receiver Terrence Nunn of Houston decommits.
Kellen Huston is fined $500 in Missouri.
The BCS may dump the computer ratings.
Allan Evridge decommits and chooses Kansas State. His family reports being harassed because of the switch, but later they say the issue has been overblown.
Chelsea Kimmerling wins the contest.
It was 20 years ago that Tom Osborne cemented his legacy by eschewing the tie against Miami.