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September 2006

NU 39, Kansas 32: Coverage on the game page. Pregame coverage here.
Zac Taylor's sister is a guiding force in the quarterback's family.
Transfer QB Sam Keller is described as an enthusiastic scout-teamer.*
The comfort level is high between Kevin Cosgrove and his players.
Catching up with Bruce Mathison, the last former Husker quarterback to throw a TD pass in the NFL.
A running back from California commits* to the 2007 recruiting class.
The O-line's determination is helping NU achieve first-down success.
Kerry Weinmaster is back on the Husker bandwagon.
It will be a significant weekend for Husker recruiting.
Jim Rose and Kent Pavelka dismiss talk of a feud between the two radio men.
Husker Dan and Jeff review the Troy game.
A Q&A with Stewart Bradley.
Boosters pay for premium parking on game days.
Marlon Lucky is the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week as well as the BlueCreek desktop download for the Troy game.
The Iowa State game will have a 7 p.m. start and ABC regional telecast.
Lance Brandenburgh shows his versatility.*
Nebraska 56, Troy 0. Coverage on the game page. Pregame coverage here.
Fullback Dane Todd is motivated on the field and in hitting the books.
Raising a Husker: Tierre Green.
It's time for life after football for Eric Warfield.
Refusing to stay down after injury: Stewart Bradley* and Ndamukong Suh.*
Barry Alvarez* discusses his Nebraska ties in his new book.
Tom Shatel* gets the last laugh on T.J. Simers and the L.A. writers.
Husker Dan and Jeff check in with their USC assessments.
Kurt Mann's family is encouraged by the senior center's recovery.*
Bill Callahan defends the game plan vs. USC and has praise for the defense.*
Pinnacle Sports Network is sold.
The Colonel returns from L.A. with a thing or two to say.
The Kansas game will have a 6 p.m. start and an FSN telecast.
The Huskers' goals for 2006 are intact* after the game in L.A. More Monday-morning analysis and tidbits: 1,* 2,* 3, 4, 5,* 6,* 7*
Thank you to all the people who participated in the HuskerPedia USC events.
Southern Cal 28, Nebraska 10. Look for links on the game page. Pregame coverage here.
An update on former Husker safety Mark Blazek.
Congrats to Dane Todd, named to the 11-member AFCA Good Works Team.
A Buffs fan finds college football paradise to the east.
With the new video board, you might not need a ticket to watch the games.
The Troy game will be have a 6 p.m. start and a pay-per-view telecast.
See how former Huskers fared in Week 1 of NFL action.
NU 56, Nicholls State 7. Coverage on the game page. Pregame coverage here.
There's not an ounce of quit in Andy Kadavy.
Damon Benning* talks about his coaching job and assesses the 2006 Huskers.
Jeff checks in with his first Scarlet Commentary of the season.
Film study* helps give Terrence Nunn a leg up.
Fans complain about North Stadium foot-traffic bottlenecks.*
Husker Dan checks in with his LA Tech review and other items.
Thirty-one ex-Huskers will be on NFL rosters as the season kicks off.
NU's early offers to three in-state juniors* appear to be unprecedented.
Andre Jones* gets off to a solid start at cornerback.
Clayton Sievers takes in stride his status as a two-way player.
Greg Austin aims for continued improvement* on the offensive line.
A closer look at the performance of the four I-backs,* plus some notes.*
A fullback from Texas commits to the recruiting class of 2007, and Baker Steinkuhler is in the fold* for 2008.
USA Today's founder offers a lofty prediction for the 2006 Huskers.
Vince Ferragamo recalls the challenges of being a transfer quarterback.*
Phillip Dillard's injury* is said to be a season-ending ACL tear.
NU 49, Louisiana Tech 10. Coverage on the game page. Pregame coverage here.
One lesson from Saturday: Don't overlook a I-AA opponent. Up next for the Huskers is Nicholls State, a 35-0 winner Thursday night.
Turner Gill has friends on hand in his winning debut as head coach.
The HuskerVision crew makes sure the new video board is ready for game day.