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January 2007

Jamie Williams will be the guest speaker at the Bay Area Huskers Brunch.
Sitting out the Super Bowl is painful for former Husker Mike Brown.
Husker recruit Niles Paul is named to the Parade All-America* team.
Some unusual approaches to recruiting pay off for the Huskers.
Jay Moore and Stewart Bradley have a big day at the Senior Bowl. Moore forces fumble
Shawn Watson is promoted* to offensive coordinator and QBs coach.
A Texas receiver becomes NU's 29th and perhaps final commitment for 2007.
Jay Norvell* is leaving Nebraska to take UCLA's* offensive coordinator position.
Upcoming events: Nebraska Classic golf tourney in Palm Desert. Iowans4Nebraska recruiting presentation.
Trev Alberts says the program is making obvious strides in the right direction.
Two eastern Nebraska players accept walk-on invitations.
Bill Callahan's visit to Elkhorn High is lower-key* than Charlie Weis'.
Marlon Lucky reportedly considered transferring at the end of the 2006 season.
Adam Carriker and Jay Moore are turning heads at the Senior Bowl workouts.
A pundit's list of Heisman contenders for 2007 includes Sam Keller.
USC offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin becomes head coch of the NFL's Raiders. And Kevin Cosgrove's name comes up in speculation about the Vikings' staff.
Defensive tackle recruit Chris Perry decommits.* More notes.
The Husker staff masters the numbers game* when it comes to recruiting.
Injuries force Kenny Wilson and Cody Glenn to skip winter conditioning.
Zac Taylor finds that the future is coming fast.*
NU's bumper crop of Arizona recruits takes Bill Busch by surprise.
Charlie Weis* visits Elkhorn High, where junior Trevor Robinson is a top recruit of Notre Dame, Nebraska and other schools.
Several publications* see a top 20 finish* for the Huskers in 2007.
Buddy Wyatt's next task is to develop a new set of starters on the D-line.
Six seniors get ready to play in postseason all-star games.
Defensive end recruit Patrick Grant is an apparent academic casualty.
Brandon Jackson makes himself eligible for the 2007* NFL draft.*
It's decision day for Brandon Jackson. KETV video
Rivals.com picks Nebraska #13 in an early preseason poll.
Bill Callahan's name stays out* of the rumor mill despite NFL job vacancies.
Zack Bowman again resists the temptation to turn pro.
Two draft analysts see Brandon Jackson as a potential middle-round pick.*
Tom Osborne makes his return to the classroom.
Upcoming events: UT4NE Founders Day with Jesse Kosch. CAL4NE Founders Day with Johnny Rodgers. 33rd Nebraska Classic golf tourney in Palm Desert.
Rate the top teams of the last 10 years.
Brandon Jackson ponders an early departure to the NFL.*
NU gets two more commitments* on the defensive line.* Full 2007 list here.
A Vanderbilt placekicker transfers to Nebraska, and QB Zac Lee is on crutches.
Patrick Witt* arrives on campus and joins an intriguing mix at QB.
The Huskers come up two spots shy of the AP and coaches' Top 25s.
Adi Kunalic* hopes to give NU's special teams* a boost.
Former Husker coach Frank Solich leads Ohio to its first bowl game since 1968.
USC's placekicker* is found dead at the bottom of a cliff.
Tippy Dye, the man who hired Bob Devaney, enjoys his golden years.*
Niles Paul* gets ready for the Army All-American Bowl.
Jordan Congdon puts football on hold* to donate part of his liver to an uncle.
Nebraska goes west for recruits.
Receiver-cornerback Tyrell Spain is no longer with the team.
All eyes will be on Sam Keller* this spring as the 2007 offense takes shape.
Ex-NU assistant Kevin Steele joins the Alabama staff as defensive coordinator.
A look ahead at Kevin Cosgrove's 2007 Blackshirts.*
Husker Dan reviews the Cotton Bowl.
Players and coaches* are bullish* about 2007 despite the frustrating finish.
The game leaves the Colonel disappointed but encouraged.
Auburn 17, Nebraska 14. Coverage on the game page. Pregame stories here.
Next season's opening foe, Nevada, takes Miami down to the wire in a one-point loss. Other 2007 foes in bowl games: Wake Forest, Southern Cal, Missouri, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Texas, Kansas State.