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April 2004

Spring drills coverage is here.
A playoff probably isn't financially worthwhile, Harvey Perlman says.
The NCAA passes academic reforms that take effect in '06. Steve Pederson says the new standards shouldn't hurt the Huskers.
College Football News (1, 2) and Athlon preview the Huskers.
After NU's longest draft drought in 34 years, Demorrio Williams goes to Atlanta as the 101st pick. Jammal Lord and three other Huskers go in rounds six and seven. Several Huskers sign with NFL teams as free agents.
Callahan & Co. get ready to hit the recruiting trail.
The regents OK the plans for the facilities upgrade.
The OWH offers spring reports on NU and the Big 12.
Bill Callahan likes having more control than he did in Oakland: 1, 2, 3, 4
Demorrio Williams awaits the NFL draft and says, "I just want to play football."
Lifter of the Year and other spring awards are announced.
The starting quarterback won't be determined until fall camp: 1, 2
The Lincoln paper analyzes the offense and defense.
Russ Hochstein can't wait to get his Super Bowl ring.
Ivan Maisel and the K.C. Star are the latest to behold NU's changes.
In Ames, Barney Cotton tries not to look back.
Dennis Wagner identifies his top eight offensive linemen.
Joe Dailey knows that setting records in April won't mean much come fall.
In Iowa City, Marques Simmons takes a slap at Nebraska.
Fundraising for the stadium expansion is more than a third of the way toward its $40 million goal.
Thirteen Huskers are named to the Brook Berringer Citizenship Team.
Get into the West Coast offense with a Roger Craig throwback jersey.
Bill Callahan says the turmoil of the staff changes is a thing of the past.
Disagreement lingers on whether NU offered Houston Nutt a job: 1, 2, 3
SportsLine's Dennis Dodd takes a look at the Huskers' makeover.
Jordan Adams gets ready to compete for the QB job.
Bill Callahan takes NU from John Deere to Jaguar, the Sacramento paper says.
Bill Callahan remains in hot pursuit of future quarterbacks.
Steve Pederson lays out a three-step plan for the football program.
Members of the defense get used to life after Pelini.
Several of the new coaches are without their families until May or June.
Bo Pelini adapts to his new surroundings in Norman.