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January 2006

Ex-Husker Ken Geddes* recalls the Seahawks' dismal early years, and Josh Brown talks about his early years of eight-man football in Foyil, OK.
Daniel Bullocks' NFL stock is on the rise. Eric Crouch to try out in Toronto.
Jeff Souder decides to leave the team.*
Justin Makovicka will follow his brothers' path to NU.*
Dane Todd will be the speaker at the Georgians 4 Nebraska Founders Day.
Monte Engebritson from the 1981-83 teams loses his battle with cancer.
Turner Gill's new coaching staff has a strong Nebraska flavor.
The Sun Belt Conference responds to Alamo Bowl officiating inquiries.
A dose of perspective* offsets the hype of signing day.
Daniel Bullocks has a big day on special teams in the Senior Bowl.
Victory Haines is on a mission to improve and compete for playing time.
Football team is recognized at halftime of Saturday's basketball game.
NU athletes boast nation's highest graduation rates.
Josh Brown gets his kicks on Seattle's Super Bowl run.
Robert Rands happy* he's concentrating on track and field.
Brandon Vogel from Hemingford a finalist in FoxSports Next Great Sportswriter.
Legislation pending that would outlaw scalping of Nebraska tickets.
Coach Callahan impresses* the state's high school coaches.
Division I-AA Nicholls State signs up to play the Huskers* in 2006.
College Football News has Nebraska ranked 17 in its early preseason ratings.
USC moves up its opening game to Sept. 2nd.
Tierre Green stays busy* by giving track and field a try.
NU finds a gold mine in California junior colleges.
The Colonel files his end-of-the-season observations.
The Bay Area Huskers will have their Founders Day Banquet on Feb. 26th.
Defensive line* the current recruiting focus.
Major Culbert, a prospective safety* from California, is the latest to commit.
Eric Crouch* says he may or may not give the CFL a try.
Lottery to be held for 1,000 non-donor north end zone season tickets.
Herbie's smile captures voters to win Capital One Mascot of the Year.
Need your off-season Husker fix? Order historic videos or the Alamo Bowl.
Husker fund-raising effort gains steam.
Coach Callahan would like to add a quarterback* to this year's recruiting class.
Tom Osborne feels coaching experience helps management skills.
32nd Annual Nebraska Classic Golf Event will be in Palm Desert on Feb. 20th.
Four Huskers are invited to next month's NFL Scouting Combine.
Keeping a low profile suits Chris Patrick just fine.
Some see a Division I-A head coaching job* in Shawn Watson's future.
The Huskers generate buzz* for 2006.
Bill Callahan works at solidifying the bond with Nebraska high school coaches.
Omaha and Lincoln recruiting dinners set for Feb. 1st and 2nd.
Shawn Watson is introduced to the media. He calls Nebraska a very special place* and says he's eager to use Matt Herian.*
Kurt Mann will miss spring drills because of shoulder surgery.*
Kevin Cosgrove* says he's "committed" to Bill Callahan and NU.
USC will be without its Thunder and Lightning as Bush and White both turn pro.
Steve Pederson comments about the massive donation* to Oklahoma State and about the salaries* of Nebraska's assistant coaches.
Ricky Thenarse, a DB and running back from L.A., and Keith Williams, a big offensive lineman from Missouri,* commit to NU's recruiting class of '06.
As bowl-game officiating* comes under scrutiny, Bill Callahan expects the NFL replay system* to gain more support.
Kevin Cosgrove reportedly is staying put.*
Keith Heckendorf and Jon Osterhout are on board* the new grad assistants, and Shawn Watson continues to weigh his options.
Titus Brothers is named to ESPN.com's All-Bowl Team.
Sipple: NU has recipe for success in 2006.
Jeff offers his Scarlet Commentary on the win over Michigan.
Texas must start over at QB as Vince Young decides to go to the NFL.
Jason Peter travels the road to recovery.
Kevin Cosgrove considers an offer* to join the staff of the Minnesota Vikings.
Shawn Watson must decide between coaching jobs at Nebraska and Cal.
Early 2006 forecast has Nebraska at No. 20.
Adam Carriker decides against turning pro and will return for his senior season.
Familiar names come up in coaching search* to replace Scott Downing.
Khus the Red and Husker Dan check in with their Alamo Bowl assessments.
The Huskers finish at No. 24 in both polls. Key step for next year.*
January 10th deadline set for season ticket applications.
Vince Young leads Texas in comeback win over USC in the Rose Bowl.
Jordan Congdon and Barry Turner named FWAA Freshman All-Americans.
Herbie wins the Capital One Mascot Challenge.
The 1995 Huskers still set the standard.*
Michigan game insight from Jim Meier.
Huskers look for Top 25* ranking as final poll comes out today.
Shawn Watson being considered as a replacement for Scott Downing.
Jake's Take: Good to see Huskers finish on a high note.
Omaha North wide receiver Niles Paul* becomes the first 2007 commit.
John Maybry and Bob Hamar* offer end of season assessments.
Alamo Bowl ranks as the #1 most watched college football broadcast on ESPN.