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June 2005

Henry Waechter remembers his playing days for the Huskers and the Bears.
Media guides will be smaller* this year due to a NCAA mandate.
Ndamukong Suh does it all including scoring a TD in all star game.
Tommie Frazier's still a legend in his home town and in Crete.
Athlon Sports predicts Nebraska to finish fourth in the Big 12 North.
Huskers Earn AFCA Academic Achievement Award.
Top 10 Husker highlights and lowlights from 2004-05.
Memorial* Stadium may live to be 130.
Huskers lead the Big 12* in titles.
Collegefootballnews.com has their Nebraska pre-season preview.
Seth Jensen, a lineman from Fort Morgan, CO becomes the latest commit.
HuskerPedia™ interviews Forrest Behm from the 1941 Rose Bowl team.
Toronto Argonauts leave the door open for Eric Crouch.
Wallace Franklin and Brodrick Hunter heading to JUCO.*
Texas Tech and OSU are the new cash cows* in the Big 12.
HuskerPedia™ is looking for tailgate sponsors for this fall.
Pre-order your autographed copies of Forever Red by the Red Clad Loon.
Huskers place 60 on Big 12 honor roll.
Linemen* shine at NU camp.
Carlos Polk has a season ending injury.
Tommie Frazier* becomes the next head football coach at Doane College.
Kearney is the latest stop on the Husker Nation Tour.
Support our troops by sending some stuffed animals overseas.
The Husker Nation* Tour makes a stop in York* and Fremont.*
The Bullocks brothers adjust to life apart.
Football 101 for Women raises over $50,000* for breast cancer research.
Can Robert Rands* be both Johnny Rodgers and Carl Lewis?
ESPN pulls out of the Coach's Poll.
The Wake Forest game will be on TBS at 6 PM under the lights.
North Carolina becomes a former Nebraska quarterback haven.
Santino Panico leaves the program. Ryan Goodman goes to NC State.
Nebraska lands two more recruits,* Josh Freeman and Menelik Holt.
More Sky Boxes* are in the works for the North Stadium.
Former Husker Paul Amen dies in Lincoln at age 89.
Tommie Frazier applies for the head football coach at Doane College.
The Pittsburgh game will be on ABC at 2:30 CDT.