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October 2006

Christmas item of the day: Championship season DVDs.
Get a piece of Husker history with this Devaney-Rodgers-Tagge print.
Tight end Justin Tomerlin is dismissed from the team.
The NU-A&M game will be televised. Time & network TBA.
Oklahoma State 41, Nebraska 29. Coverage on the game page. Pregame stories here.
Roy Long recalls Husker football as it was played half a century ago, and the Lincoln paper goes back even farther to one of NU's most lopsided wins.
Raising a Husker: Stewart Bradley.
Omaha Westside running back Collins Okafor commits to the class of 2008.*
A health scare places football in perspective for ex-Husker Andy Means.
TV watching enabled Bo Ruud to sniff out Texas' goal-line gadget play.
Brandon Jackson indends to hang onto his prime role in the backfield.
John Blake works at turning Florida* into fertile recruiting ground for the Huskers.
Harvey Perlman says skybox alcohol enforcement* is OK as is. Commentary.
ABC selects the NU-Missouri game for telecast. Time TBA.
NU gets a commitment* from a Florida defensive end. Full 2007 list here.
Terry Bowden says the third-down pass was the wrong call. More day-after reflections on the NU-Texas game: 1,* 2, 3 video
Texas 22, Nebraska 20. Coverage on the game page. Pregame stories here.
Buffalo falls to Ohio in a matchup of Turner Gill's and Frank Solich's teams.
Richie Incognito has landed on his feet* with the St. Louis Rams.
Raising a Husker: long snapper T.J. O'Leary.
NU's special-teams "missiles" are players with heart.*
Jimmy Burrow recalls his circuitous 1970s journey to Nebraska.
Writing about sportsmanship, a K.C. columnist contrasts the 1998 NU-Texas game with last weekend's brawl in Florida.
Maurice Purify makes a big impact in spite of his backup role.
Perseverence pays off for the Blackshirts who weathered the coaching change.*
Jeff checks in with his Kansas State Scarlet Commentary.
Husker Dan reviews the Kansas State game.
The Oklahoma State game will have a 2:30 p.m. start and an ABC telecast.
Nebraska 21, Kansas State 3. Coverage on the game page. Pregame stories here.
Tom Osborne is pleased with the Nebraska running game.
Bill Callahan is immersed in his job.
Collins Okafor* from Omaha Westside gets scholarship offer.
Rickey Thenarse not suprised he is contributing as a true freshman.
Kurt Mann continues his recovery and wants to contribute.*
Andy Kadavy stays focused despite losing sight in one eye.
Jeff checks in with his Iowa State Scarlet Commentary.
Linebacker Blake Lawrence chooses Nebraska over KU.* Full 2007 list is here.
On or off the playing field, Andre Jones doesn't give up.
Primetime Player: Glenn takes breaks where he can get them.
Husker Dan reviews Iowa State and has some football terminology.
Lawrence Phillips is convicted of assault and could face a long prison term.
The league office upholds the disputed officiating calls in the ISU game.
CFN Texas game ticket winners are Blake Zack of Sterling, VA and Mike Synovec of Lincoln, NE. The Missouri game deadline is Oct. 20th.
The preliminary word on Greg Austin's injury is encouraging.
Nebraska 28, Iowa State 14. Coverage on the game page. Pregame coverage here. Order the game on DVD.
Kurt Mann's illness* was "really serious," OL coach Dennis Wagner says.
MidwestCoastBias.com offers podcast reviews on current and future opponents.
NU's starting safeties discuss some ins and outs of their positions.
Did you know that former Husker placekicker Paul Rogers started out as a wingback?
Services are Saturday for former Husker Max Kitzelman,* age 74.
Husker Dan and Jeff check in with their Kansas game commentaries.
Cornerbacks learn to endure the heat of pressure and criticism.
Frantz Hardy* showcases his ability to outrun the competition, which earned him the Bluecreek desktop download of the week.
A linebacker from Oklahoma* commits to the recruiting class of 2007.
Steve Octavien is set to return to action* this week.
The nonconference schedule duped us all, Steven Sipple writes.