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February 2004

Items about the coaching transition are here.
Dave Kennedy says the Huskers are already becoming more explosive.
The staff begins whittling the roster.
Russ Hochstein signs a three-year contract with the New England Patriots.
The Cincinnati paper assesses Demorrio Williams' pro potential.
Matt Davison pursues a career behind the mike.
Completion of the stadium project is pushed back a year.
The new defense won't abandon the previous one's aggressive style.
The staff changes still sting for Monte Kiffin, but not so with Charlie McBride.
A Texan with a passion for the Huskers and for broadcasting is one of 12 finalists for ESPN's Dream Job.
Eric Crouch considers another try at the NFL, this time as a defensive back.
The coaches' salaries are disclosed: 1, 2
Richie Incognito and Grant Miller are charged with assault.
He can recruit and coach, say those who have worked with John Blake.
Demorrio Williams (1, 2), Josh Davis and others head off for the NFL combine.
Tom Osborne gives up his free skybox: 1, 2, 3
The walk-ons work extra hard to try to stay on the team.
Steve Pederson says the staff tries hard to keep tabs on recruits' behavior.
Jay Norvell gives coaching his all and has developed a trust and rapport with Bill Callahan over the years.
A former NU recruiting target opts for Kansas.
Callahan & Co. provide some halftime fireworks at the Devaney center.
Ross Hochstein is still on cloud nine after going from near-unemployment to world champion in five months.
Discipline and structure are big with Bill Callahan.
Jay Norvell is glad his wait is over.
A student of the game as a player, Randy Jordan was a natural in making the move into coaching.
What's in a name? Tradition, says Bill Callahan as he decides to retain the term "I-back."
Joe Dailey says he doesn't regret burning his redshirt.
Larry Fitzgerald travels to Lincoln to prepare for the NFL combine.
The Huskers will open the season against Division 1-AA Western Illinois: 1, 2, 3
Harvey Perlman discusses NU's priorities and the football changes.
Ryan Schuler gears up for spring ball but still awaits medical clearance.
Tom Osborne vents about the changes in the football program but says his name can stay on the new athletic complex. More from his news conference: 12, 3video (1K) 1camera (1K)
NU's running game won't turn soft, Dennis Wagner vows.
The name is unforgettable, and so was the hair. Now find out what Wonder Monds is all about at age 51: 1, 2
Joe Dailey says he welcomes the competition at QB.
Tom Lemming rebuts Gary Barnett's allegations of giving Nebraska an unfair assist.
Bill Callahan and his staff overcome a late start and sign an 18-member recruiting class that draws praise from the experts, if not a top 20 ranking: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Ty Steinkuhler gives the Huskers more than a strong tie to their past, and Cortney Grixby could see duty on both sides of the line of scrimmage. And Andy Christensen moves from a small school to the big stage.
The Tunnel Walk treatment is part of NU's updated approach to recruiting.
Cortney Grixby describes the unpeaceful life of a top recruit.
Joe Dailey's ex-coach describes the QB as a good fit in the West Coast offense.
The apparel contract is up for grabs as Paul Miles looks to improve NU's corporate partnerships.
Bob Brown is elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame: 1, 2, 3
Bill Callahan still hopes to cap a frantic 3½ weeks with a big finish in the hunt for players who will begin to give the Huskers a different look.
Home or away? Linebacker Rory Johnson and quarterback Rocky Hinds talk about the decisions they face.
Receiver Terrence Nunn recommits: 1, 2
A California QB commits to Nebraska, and Rocky Hinds narrows his choices.
Maurice McClellan is the latest to decommit.