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July 2006

Chad Roark discusses his switch from Oklahoma to Nebraska.
The Big 12 wants fans to stay in the stands.*
Bob Newton helps others with addiction demons that once haunted him.
Jordan Congdon's kick against K-State started current momentum.*
Callahan: NU is on schedule.*
Zac Taylor's knowledge allows Nebraska to expand the playbook.
Daniel Bullocks signs a four-year deal with the Lions.
The Huskers and Washington schedule a series for 2010-11.*
Barrett Ruud discusses the loss of his mother.
HuskerPedia™ Canadian Correspondent Mick Lowe submits his first article.
Former Husker Ed Stewart joins the Big 12 office as an assistant commissioner.
RealFootball365 previews the Texas A&M game.
George Darlington will return to Lincoln as LaTech's defensive coordinator.
Major Culbert is reinstated and is told a zero-tolerance* policy will apply.
Expectations are high for cornerback Zack Bowman.*
The Huskers approach 2006* with a considerable measure of confidence.* More on Big 12 Media Days from newspapers hither and yon: Lincoln (1, 2), St. Louis, Denver (1, 2), Norman, Houston, Des Moines, Topeka (1,* 2*), Boulder, Kansas City, Tulsa,* Omaha (1,* 2,* 3*), Grand Island (1*, 2*).
Huskers relish role as Big 12 North favorite.*
Steve Sipple has Q&A with Russ Hochstein and previews Big 12 Media Days.
LeKevin Smith signs with the Patriots. Titus Adams signs with the Jets.
Husker Dan has his 2006 preview.
CollegeFootballNews picks Tommie Frazier as the greatest college QB ever.
Jordan Congdon has added some oomph* to his kicks.
Twenty-eight ex-Huskers will be at Adrian Fiala's Husker Heritage golf tourney.
Major Culbert's* status with the team remains unknown.
Three Huskers are preseason all-conference in a Big 12 media poll.
Russell Gary and other ex-Huskers pass along their football knowledge.*
Nebraska is the media's pick to win the Big 12 North.*
Margaret Max celebrates her 88th birthday.
Husker Dan and NEKS4NE help Lincoln National Guard troops in Iraq.
Bill Callahan isn't likely to join the $2 million club* just yet.
Sports Illustrated offers its NU 2006 preview.
Jason Peter is selling his "Blackshirt" Harley.
RealFootball365 previews the Missouri game.
Shop for 100s of items in the Husker section of MallPedia™.
Shawn Watson brings some new ideas* to Husker recruiting.*
Ken Hambleton has a Q&A session with Christian Peter.
Kenny Wilson is turning heads at summer workouts.
Nebraska picked to win the Big 12 North in 7 of 8 preseason polls.
Brenden Stai is the latest addition to the business directory.
RealFootball365 looks at the quarterback position.
Jay Moore feels confident* about the upcoming season.
Rich Glover is back home in Jersey City doing free football camps.
Zac Taylor helps out at the Manning Passing Academy.
Matt Herian* ready to come back.
RealFootball365 previews the Oklahoma State game.
Dr. Lonnie Albers and trainers keep Husker athletes healthy.
Seven former Huskers enter the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame.
RealFootball365 previews the Texas game.
Patrick Witt looks like a good fit* at Nebraska, says his former coach.
Stewart Mandell has a preseason assessment of the 2006 team.
Recruit Major Culbert* accepts a plea bargain in his legal case.
The stadium's new seating capacity* has yet to be nailed down.
NU finishes the year No. 2* in a Big 12 all-sports tally.
KickOffZone picks Cornhuskers as the No. 1 college nickname.
An eBay listing* for a Memorial Stadium scoreboard is pulled.*
CollegeFootballNews.com previews the 2006 Huskers.
Andrew and Scott Shanle prepare for the 2006 season.
Jaime Ruud, the mother* of Barrett and Bo, passes away suddenly.