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April 2005

John Blake testifies* in the DeLone assault trial. More testimony on Friday.
Ahman Green files for divorce.
12th game approved by NCAA starting in 2006.
Gatorade renews its sponsorship of Nebraska. The drink was almost Huskerade.
Alex Smith and Bill Busch* still have a strong bond.
Several Big 12 teams are looking for a starting quarterback.*
DeLone trial starts in Oklahoma. Jury selection is completed and testimony has begun. More 1*, 2,* 3* 4
The Houston Bowl moves to a New Year's Eve time slot.
Ahman Green arrested on suspicion of domestic violence.
Former Huskers sign free agent contracts.
Outland Trophy winner Larry Jacobson the victim of identity theft?
Join Dick Butkus and Jerry Murtaugh at the 6th Annual GOAL golf tournament.
Former Husker Greg Stejskal has a stellar career with the FBI.
Washington goes in the 1st round, Ruud, Bullocks in the 2nd. More 1, 2*, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Former coach Frank Solich has his first Spring Game at Ohio on Saturday. Details and pictures are at BobcatsPedia™.
HuskerPedia™ interviews Director of Compliance Gary Bargen.
Commissioners will decide the next version of the BCS.
Ruud, Bullocks and Washington expected to go early* in Saturday's draft.
Omaha Central* lineman D.J. Jones is a Husker.
Family figured into Fabian Washington's decision to enter the draft early.
Husker Dan has a Spring Game analysis and a picture of Tom Osborne in Iraq.
HuskerPedia™ Spring Game pictures are now on line.
Equipment manager Glen Abbott remembered at memorial service.
Ex-Huskers open up a childhood learning center in North Carolina.
Todd Peterson* is making progress.
Four Huskers honored with Spring Awards.
Rutgers, Boston College, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Connecticut, Notre Dame and Ohio U. are on Joe Dailey's transfer list.
Andrew Shanle* gets some advice from his older brother.
Joe Dailey confirms he is leaving* the team and Beau Davis* is in the QB race.*
Lydon Murtha will have shoulder surgery.
Jammal Lord appreciates his time at Nebraska.*
Zac Taylor wows the record crowd at the Spring Game. OWH* and GI* coverage.
Justin Tomerlin may step in at tight end if Matt Herian isn't ready.
Jay Norvell is an Elvis fan.
Former Huskers keep tabs on the team and 13 from the 2004 team are named to the Brook Berringer Citizenship Team.
Jammal Lord is upset with Joe Dailey's demotion.
Saturday was the day for a new record attendance of 63,416. The official Spring Game information page is up on Huskers.com. Recruits will be there.
Final full-pad practice is completed with focus on third down coversions, Taylor* moves up, Dailey* moves down.
24 of 36 current Nebraska NFL players will be at the Spring Game activities.
Bo Ruud and Steve Octavien are battling for the Will linebacker spot.
The NCAA is considering adding a 12th game option in 2006.
Dennis Wagner emphasizes versatility* in the offensive line.
Mark LeFlore* is learning a lot from Ted Gilmore.
Zac Taylor gets more snaps as Monday's practice moves inside and is solidifying his position as the starter.*
Brothers* and Green plan on contributing in the secondary and Dane Todd is the starting fullback.
As many as 100 recruits* may be at the Spring Game.
Affiliated Foods Midwest, Husker BBQ Sauce, Scotty's Meats and Fast Fixin' will host a tailgate at Saturday's Spring Game for PediaCard™ Holders.
Shane Siegel* will have more than football on his mind this Saturday.
Zac Taylor QB front runner after Saturday's major scrimmage.
Matt Herian has second surgery on his leg.
Adam Ickes lights a fire in his home town* of Page.
Husker fans get special treatment from Sprint.
Jay Moore* is following the footsteps of his boyhood idol.
Dave Rimington's Academic All-America plaque is salvaged from the 9/11 rubble.
Jay Norvell and Tommie Frazier will be at the North Texas Nebraskans banquet.
Due to requests more two pen options are available for the Corn Cob Pens.
Mueller, Phillips insurance* for NU.
Cortney Grixby's* growing into his new position.
Dick Vermeil wants Will Shields to come back for one more season. Clint Finley will play one more season with the Cowboys.
The quarterback race heats up between Taylor and Dailey.
The 'Scoring Explosion' will be at the Spring Game.
Eric Crouch has an NFL Europe update.
Lance Brandenburgh* and Chris Brooks* want to make their mark at NU.
Coach Callahan has a lot of good things to say about Wednesday's practice.
Andrew Shanle and Adam Ickes remember eight-man football.
The Gator Bowl is talking about an alliance with the Big 12.
All HuskerPedia™ readers can get $10 off for tickets for the Former Huskers banquet on Friday, the 15th in Omaha featuring Ahman Green.
Adam Carriker's* happy to be healthy for a change.
Nate Swift* likes being the underdog.
Greg Austin equates pain* to joy.
Cornealius Thomas-Fuamatu is hitting the books hard.
The Lincoln Youth Sports Association joins the PediaCard™ fund raising program and has a special on parking lot locations for games this fall.
Steve Kriewald will be a speaker at the 20th Annual Family Banquet in Ord.
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The secondary relies on Daniel Bullock's experience.
Coach Cosgrove likes what he saw at Monday's practice and Coach Elmassian* isn't dwelling on the past.
Darren DeLone's trial date* set for April 25th.*
Nate Swift and Lance Brandenburgh are improving. Matt Herian may redshirt. Daniel Bullocks* will go it alone this year. Walk-ons face uphill battle.
Roger Craig stays in shape by running marathons.
The I-Back* position is suddenly a little thin.
Georgians for Nebraska launch new web site.
Former Nebraska sports broadcaster Dave Blackwell* dies at age 66. »
Quarterback spot still up for grabs* but Andrew Shanle* is the #1 free safety.
Jay Norvell pleased* with progress as Huskers finish solid week with scrimmage.
Cory Ross has a history* of running from trouble.
Football 101 for women will benefit breast cancer research this year.
Friday's practice included a full contact scrimmage.
Brandon Jackson is out with a shoulder injury.