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November 2004

Chancellor Perlman talks football: 1, 2, 3
NU looks ahead after the losing year.
The focus is on recruiting as the Huskers' class of 2005 climbs to the top of Rivals' national rankings.
A year after his firing, Frank Solich remains upbeat.
Jeff has his Scarlet Commentary on the Colorado game.
Steve Sipple has an early 2005 offensive depth chart, and Joe Dailey's job is up for grabs.
NU seniors didn't deserve this ending, and they're not happy.
Two defensive recruits join Nebraska's class of 2005.
Bo Ruud is optimistic about the future.
Bill Callahan and Steve Pederson remain upbeat about where the program is heading. Kevin Cosgrove says he expects an improved defense in '05.
Commentary on Friday's loss and the streak-ending season: McKeever, Mabry, Lincicome, Kiszla, Woelk,* Adams, Shatel, Barfknecht.
NU's 1994 win over CU had a lot to do with coaches' smarts.
Tom Rathman's brother gets some help from grade schoolers.
Things are a lot different than they were 10 years ago.
A hundred and one Husker things to be thankful for.
Nebraska is involved in three of eight plays in an ESPN greatest-play poll.
A University of Houston series starting in 2005 is being discussed.
Mike Rozier recalls a real high school shootout 25 years ago.
This season has been a learning experience for Coach Callahan.
Tim Cassidy was the guest at Wednesday's Big Red Breakfast.
Omaha author Donna Miesbach offers this view of Dave Humm.
Tony Samuel is out at New Mexico State.
Jeff Souder of Bellevue West gives a verbal to the Huskers.
Jordan Adams is focusing on next year.
Two dozen players make the Academic All-Big 12 list.
The Bullocks twins are going to be back next year.
Callahan: "It's been a trying season ....
Barrett Ruud not thinking about the future.
On-field felony charge unusual for college athletics.
Fabian Washington will be back in 2005.
Saturday's games eliminate Nebraska from contention for the Big 12 title game.
Brandon Teamer is making a slow but sure recovery.
The Husker staff works on the final pieces of the recruiting puzzle.
Demorrio Williams is fitting in with the Atlanta Falcons.
Ross Pilkington is frustrated with the inconsistency this season.
Arrest warrant issued for Darren DeLone. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5*, 6
Everyone is sharing in the blame for the Blackshirts' struggles.
Four players leave the program.
NU "slumps into mediocrity."
Commentary from points south on Bill Callahan's postgame remark: 1, 2
David Dyches has learned to be patient.
Turner Gill keeps an open mind about his future.
Barron Miles is the winner of the Tom Pate award.
Decorate your Christmas tree with these Husker ornaments.
Lydon Murtha is looking forward to making an impact.
Recruit Craig Roark has an affinity for pancakes.
Coach Wagner says no to the Utah State job.
The seniors want to go out a winner in Memorial Stadium.
Ross Pilkinton has fully recovered from his injuries.
Husker Dan has his Big Red Trivia Test Part ll.
Please welcome a new sponsor - Prime Time Tixx of Omaha.
Cory Ross proves he's one tough 'pork chop'.
Daily Nebraskan writer asks for apology from Coach Callahan.
Other Big 12 schools chime in on their Ruf/Nek experiences.
Bowl streak in jeopardy?
Steve Pederson says fan injury was unfortunate.
A sense of unity endures among the staffers who were let go last year.
Blue-chip running back Marlon Lucky commits to the recruiting class of 2005.
Kevin Cosgrove laments the defense's lack of execution.
Ames: Home of the real Big Red?
Harrison Beck can't escape the spotlight.
Keith Wortman says NU is moving in the right direction and that building a pass-blocking O-line is the hardest part.
Vote for Tommie Frazier and other Nebraska Orange Bowl Legends.
Tom Osborne and Bob Devaney are 1-2 in a best coaches poll.
Barron Miles is nominated for a CFL honor named after another ex-Husker, the late Tom Pate.
Chad Sievers is stepping up into a leadership role.
A writer from SI is impressed with NU's recruiting class.
Former player Kenny Walker takes on a new challenge.
Andrew Shanle makes St. Edward proud of his special-teams play, and Adam Ickes made Page just as proud.
The NU-Oklahoma game will be a 6 p.m. FSN telecast.
Could the Big 12 North champs end up bowl-ineligible?*
The Project Comfort™ stuffed-animal drive was a big success. Support our troops by ordering the Project Comfort™ CD.
The Oklahoma ticket raffle winners were Matthew Ronk of Omaha and Jared Cottell of Clarks Summitt, Pa. Colorado is up next.
The 1994 team can come back any time.
The recruiting class could end up ranked No. 1.