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March 2004

Spring drills coverage is here.
There will be no grace period for Bill Callahan, says a TSN column.
Frank Solich is determined to stay in the game.
Eric Crouch gears up for his tryout with the Packers.
Dan McLaughlin knows the college game is where he wants to be.
All-conference end Bernie Scherer, the Huskers' first NFL draftee, dies at age 91.
Frank Solich's visit to Norman is part of an effort to keep learning.
Aaron Stamn is aboard as a graduate assistant.
Congrats to Judd Davies, winner of an NCAA postgraduate scholarship.
The Packers officially reinstate Eric Crouch.
Those versed in the West Coast offense see Matt Herian as a key contributor.
From afar, Jordan Adams keeps a close eye on the QB competition.
Left tackle Kurt Mann says he has plenty of work to do to keep his No. 1 spot.
NU negotiates with a different contractor for the stadium expansion project after determining that the Weitz Co. couldn't complete the project within budget.
Le Kevin Smith strives for more consistency in 2004.
"We'll do whatever it takes to move the ball," Jay Norvell says in explaining the flexibility of NU's West Coast offense.
Your vote could help win the athletic department $10,000.
Tierre Green knows that speed alone won't win him the I-back job.
Stewart Bradley could be Kevin Cosgrove's answer to replacing T.J. Hollowell at strongside linebacker.
Jay Norvell discusses his plans for implementing the new offense and schooling the quarterbacks.
Willie Amos is no stranger to the offensive side of the game.
Joe Dailey says he intends to be the starter Sept. 4.
Tom Osborne says recruiting excesses should be addressed by the NCAA.
Ryan Schuler and the coaching staff disagree on the risks of his playing.
The pre-spring depth chart and roster reflect a number of position changes, and Bill Callahan says every starting spot is up for grabs: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Trevor Johnson and others go through drills for NFL scouts in Lincoln.
Two in-state players accept invitations to walk on.
Phil Bland says the decision to quit wasn't easy.
Check out the high-tech frills of the new locker room.
The O-linemen must learn multiple positions.
Grant Wistrom signs a big contract with Seattle.
John Blake wonders what might have been if he'd been given more time at OU.
Three ex-Huskers are on this year's College Football Hall of Fame ballot.
Injury forces Phil Bland to quit football: 1, 2
"We've got to find a center," line coach Dennis Wagner says.
Three linemen move from defense to offense.
A former Auburn running back considers transferring to NU: 1, 2.
Craig Bohl hires Tim Albin at North Dakota State.
Redshirt freshman Tierre Green could be a good fit in the new offense.
Jermaine Leslie will leave Lincoln at semester's end.