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August 2006

The secondary expects to be picked on this fall.
A closer look at the stadium enhancements.
Bird's Nest in Chicago is an official HuskerPedia Hangout again this year.
Newcomer Jones edgy about first start.* Taylor aims to make* fast start.*
Tom Osborne is impressed with the facility* that is named after him.
Security will be tighter* at games this fall.
Husker Dan has a new Chip Chuckley show and LA Tech prediction.
Blackshirts go out to 14 players.*
Ndamukong Suh waits his turn.* A Cody Glenn Q&A.*
The stadium upgrade has plenty of wow factor.*
See how NU stacks up in a quirky Big 12 media survey.
There are co-No. 1's at I-back* on the first depth chart, and Bo Ruud* is the starter at weakside linebacker. More from Tuesday's news conference: 1,* 2, 3
Ex-Husker Joe Dailey gets the starting nod at North Carolina.
Former junior college players are fitting the system* in Lincoln.
A Husker fan has a premonition about the USC game.
The HuskerPedia Hangout tailgate party for LA Tech will be in a new location.
Husker linemen look to live up to old standards.
Stewart Mandel's PlayStation has the Huskers in the NC game.
Zac Taylor's passing efficiency in practice is "way up," Bill Callahan says.
It's yours for the downloading: The 2006 Media Guide.
Cryer and Dagunduro* boost each other with a bond forged in the dorm.
Brandon Jackson* is in the mix in the Huskers' I-back by committee.
Meet Paul Farino, Nebraska's 270-pound fullback.*
The OWH rolls out its season preview: 1,* 2,* 3,* 4,* 5,* 6*
Notes from Saturday's (Aug. 26) practice: 1, 2,* 3
Zac Taylor is still picking up new things* in the West Coast offense.
Bill Callahan's sales job is about to pay off.
Trev Alberts returns to cover college football for CSTV.
USC may need three or four players to replace Reggie Bush.
Nicholls State CFN ticket winners were Jayne Gustafson of Fremont, NE and Ron Blase of Grand Island, NE. USC game deadline is Friday.
Steve Sipple has faith in coaches Callahan and Norvell.
For Rickey Thenarse,* Lincoln is an escape from south-central L.A.
Lance Brandenburgh doesn't let his limited playing time soften his work ethic.*
Barry Cryer returns to practice.* A mock game is set for Saturday.
Mike Huff has lofty expectations for the offensive line.
A Fort Worth writer observes the confidence level in Lincoln.
RealFootball365 predicts the linebackers will lead the Big 12.
Steve Octavien says he's back at full speed* after his appendectomy.
Dan Titchener and Michael Such battle for the punting job.
George Darlington* gets ready for his return to Lincoln.
The stadium's new official seating capacity: 81,067.*
The Huskers focus on situational drills at Thursday's (Aug. 24) practice.
Sam Keller* sees NU as a good fit but says he must show that he belongs.
Lydon Murtha strives to play to his potential.* Cortney Grixby's cast stays on.*
It's official: Sam Keller* is a Husker. More: 1, 2, 3*, 4, 5,* 6*, 7
Frank Solich's request to withdraw his guilty plea is rejected.
Nebraska cornerbacks face tough matchups in 2006.
A number of newcomers* join the action as the roster grows.
The new video screen is a big hit with the moth population.
Sam Keller: Is he* or isn't he Nebraska-bound? Regardless, Joe Ganz says he welcomes any competition. Here's a look at Keller's record* at Arizona Statee.
Husker Dan's Army has a new website location.
Congdon ready to take the next step.
The D-line and linebackers propel the Blackshirts to a No. 4 preseason ranking.
Titus Brothers says there's no need to panic about the cornerback situation.
Could Arizona State QB Sam Keller* end up in Lincoln?
Adam Carriker: Maybe he should be called Captain Crunch.*
Sandro DeAngelis finds success in the CFL.
KETV has a video preview of Texas Tech.
Steady play puts Mike Huff* in line for a starting role.
The brothers Roark* are excited to be on the same practice field.
Louisiana Tech CFN ticket winners were Neil Mollard of Sacramento, CA, and Jeffrey Anderson of Centralia, MO. Nicholls State deadline is Friday.
Meineke Car Care Centers in Omaha join the Business Directory.
The Denver Post looks at the elevated expectations in Lincoln.
A Q&A with Phil Elmassian.
About 4,000 students sit in on Sunday's (Aug. 20) practice as fall camp* wraps up.*
More from Sunday's practice: O-line tracker, the punting job*
The OWH analyzes the strengths* of Glenn, Jackson, Lucky & Wilson.
Tyrell Spain* jumps at the opportunity to contribute at cornerback.
A decidedly faster tempo marks Bill Callahan's third fall camp.
Andre Jones says he's got the green light to practice.
The team captains for 2006: Zac Taylor, Adam Carriker and Brandon Rigoni.
Fan Day draws about 6,000 to Memorial Stadium.
Offensive tackle Carl Nicks learns that he has room to improve.*
The Huskers start out at No. 20* in the AP poll.
A sore hamstring hobbles cornerback Andre Jones.*
Corey McKeon intensifies his focus* on the game, while Ndamukong Suh and Ty Steinkuhler prepare for larger roles.
The Lincoln paper takes a look at the $69 million athletics budget.
Nate Swift's* an offensive leader. Barry Turner willing to wait his turn on defense. Brandon Jackson in race for RB spot. Grixby not ready* to panic.
O-Line notes. Slauson ready* to plug in. Brandon Johnson arrives.
New facility* tour set for Sept. 1st.
Video-clip previews of Oklahoma, and Texas, and Maurice Purify.
Dane Todd* rides herd on the I-backs.
QB Beau Davis seeks another chance to prove himself.*
Wednesday's practice features a visit from Larry the Cable Guy.* KETV video.
Major Culbert tries to stay focused and patient.
Here's what you need to know about Fan Day today.
Steve Octavien is out for a few days after having his appendix* removed.
The offense looks for more big plays.* More from Tuesday's practice: 1,* 2, 3, 4
The USC game has Maurice Purify* stoked.
No more Itty Bitty Committee: The receiving corps gains stature.
A look at the new H-back* designation.
Sports Illustrated previews the Huskers and ranks them 18th.
Already have your USC tickets? Join us for the Friday cruise and/or dinner plus the tailgate with 1,000 other Husker fans.
The deadline for the CFN LA Tech ticket opportunity drawing is Friday.
RealFootball365 looks at the secondary depth.
A bigger, stronger Barry Turner has some new techniques* up his sleeve.
Matt Herian is starting* to feel like his old self.*
Bill Callahan has praise for the O-line after Monday's situational scrimmage.*
Brandon Jackson looks to be a difference maker.
'Coach Elmo' concerned about DB shortage.* Hardy working on regaining form.*
Freshmen* and veterans* adjust to two-a-day practices.
What is the prototypical quarterback* in Bill Callahan's system?
Barry Cryer's family is still weathering the storm.*
Tom Shatel sees more than a little irony* in the look of the offense.
Brian Hildebrand* is aboard and the running game shows signs of life* as the Huskers begin two-a-days and hold a scrimmage.
RealFootball365 looks at the week one practice winners and losers.
Nate Swift working to improve on his breakout year* in 2005.
Blackshirts make progress.* Grixby feels no pressure leading the secondary.* Anthony West* shows promise.
The Fort Worth paper looks at Turner Gill and his tall task in Buffalo.
Aug. 11 O-line tracker and football notebook.
Kenny Wilson* turns heads. Zach Potter listens and learns* from Adam Carriker.
Notes from Thursday's (Aug. 10) practice, another indoors session.
I-back Leon Jackson* leaves the team.
Menelik Holt wants to contribute.* Joe Ganz working to be "the guy."* Dan Titchener aims to be NU's next great punter.*
Husker Dan has an update on the game video request for NE soldiers in Iraq.
The NCAA reinstates star USC receiver Dwayne Jarrett.
JUCO quarterback Brian Hildebrand* is set to join the fall roster.
A look at what's shaping up* at the safety positions.
Patience pays off for Ganz* who was motivated by media attention to Beck.
Huskers remain indoors* for Tuesday's (Aug. 8) practice with accent on the offense.
Fortunes can change fast..
Ahman Green eases back into action in Green Bay.
Cornerback Andre Jones tries to make the most* of his second chance.*
A healed Andy Christensen* vies for a spot in the O-line rotation.
Dagunduro and Cryer* assume leadership roles on the defense.
Notes from Monday's (Aug. 7) practice, the first in full pads.*
Harrison Beck* leaves the team. Joe Ganz says he's ready* to step in.
RealFootball365 previews the Colorado game.
Mick Lowe checks in with the latest Huskers in the CFL news.
Fourteen KSU players fail conditioning test.
Demorrio Williams is stung by his reduced role with the Falcons.
The Washington Post gives Zac Taylor passing grades.
Californians for Nebraska will have ticket raffles again this year.
A torn ACL* means Zack Bowman is out for the season.
A tight end from Colorado* commits to NU's recruiting class of 2007.
Harrison Beck* skips a second consecutive practice. What happens next?
Jerry Tagge joins 10 other '70-'71 teammates at Adrian Fiala's golf tournament.
The staff tries to locate Harrison Beck* after he misses practice. More from Saturday's drills: The linebackers, the O-line,* Dane Todd, notes (1,* 2)
Day 2 of practice elicits stories on Todd Peterson, Brandon Rigoni and Kurt Mann, plus some notes: 1, 2, 3
The BBS server is back up and running.
There's a lively chemistry* between Kevin Cosgrove and the Blackshirts.
The evolution at Nebraska is nearly complete, USA Today observes.
NU starts at No. 22 in the coaches' poll.
Nebraska is tops in a couple of categories in a poll of Big 12 players.
Optimism and determination are in the air as the Huskers meet the press and open fall camp.* More coverage: 1,* 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,* 7,* 8,* 9, 10,* 11
Lincoln native Jannel Rap will perform her Sea of Red song at the USC tailgate.
The Blackshirts have high expectations; the offense has something to prove.*
Oklahoma QB Rhett Bomar* reportedly is dismissed from the team.
On the eve of the first practice, Steve Pederson likes the program's direction.*
Californians for Nebraska will honor Darin Erstad on August 18th.
Big 12 North hopes its slight experience edge* will lead to resurgence.
Marvin Sanders* reflects on his days at Nebraska.
Get through August. Purchase historic Husker videos dating back to 1940.
A failed 2-point conversion is deja vu for the Huskers (from Canada).
Ricky Thenarse is rarin' to go after getting the NCAA Clearinghouse's green light.