Bob Thornton recalls his big day in the 1974 Cotton Bowl.
The N.Y. Times writes about Irving Fryar's spiritual turnaround.
Is there a future in the NFL* for Zac Taylor?
Bill Callahan is learning the expectations* of his job, Tom Shatel writes.
Last year's wild finish at the Alamo Bowl still has 'em talking.
The players point toward a big year in 2007.*
Kurt Mann gets ready for life after football.*
The Dallas paper describes Brandon Jackson's difficult path to stardom.
Andrew Shanle hopes for a future in coaching.
Ex-Husker Clete Pillen learns from a heart attack.
It's been a December to remember* for Husker recruiting.
Zac Lee's competitive streak has him eyeing the starting QB job in 2007.
There are no plans to de-emphasize the fullback position, Jay Norvell says.
Todd Brown recalls the '82 win over Auburn and discusses his divided loyalties.
"It's like I'm leaving family," Ola Dagunduro says as his time at NU nears an end.
Upcoming event: Californians for Nebraska Founders Day with Johnny Rodgers.
The Huskers' defensive line will have a lot of shoes to fill after Jan. 1.
The emergence of Carl Nicks* gives the right side of the O-line lots of heft.
Jerry Tagge discusses the 1971 team's place* among the college football greats.
A big junior offensive lineman from Iowa* becomes the third early commitment for the Huskers' recruiting class of 2008.
Brandon Jackson sets his sights* on the 1,000-yard mark.
A top California cornerback commits to the Huskers. See how the heralded recruiting class of 2005 has panned out* so far.
Maurice Purify knows he has work to do to become the go-to receiver.
Fortifying the defensive secondary* is a primary recruiting goal.
The 2007 recruiting class shrinks by one as a linebacker decommits.
A knee injury forces QB recruit Zac Lee out of his last juco game.
Life's turns make Maurice Purify's path* anything but smooth.
Former NU fullback Andra Franklin,* who played in the Super Bowl and the Pro Bowl as a Miami Dolphin, dies at age 47.
Zack Bowman decides to stay with the Huskers for the 2007 season.
Juco CB Armando Murillo commits to NU's recruiting class of '07. But running back Quentin Castille is wavering.*
Mike Rozier looks forward to his Hall of Fame induction.
Bill Callahan criticizes his own coaching* in the Oklahoma game. But the players* say they shoulder the blame for the loss.
DeAngelo Evans tries to turn his failed football dreams into business success.
Comments of any kind about officiating will soon be verboten for Big 12 coaches.