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February 2007

Husker Dan reviews the book "Diary of a Husker."
Joe Rudolph of Ohio State joins the staff as the tight ends coach.
The son of Jerry Tagge finds focus in basketball.
Joe Ganz is ready to make a serious run at the starting QB job.
Zac Taylor returns from the NFL Combine disappointed in his 40-yard-dash time.
Sam Keller works at learning the offense as he faces a fight for the QB job. KETV
The Seattle Seahawks designate Josh Brown as "franchise" player.
Jeff Makovicka will be the guest speaker at the NEKS4NE Founder's Day.
Doak Ostergard's dismissal as head trainer rankles some former players.
David Kolowski's "Diary of a Husker" provides a warts-and-all look at 1998-2002.
Cody Glenn works toward being back in action for spring practice.
Zac Taylor focuses on improving his speed for the NFL Combine.
Wake Forest season tickets are now available on WF's website.
Barry Alvarez will be the guest speaker at the GOAL fundraising dinner.
Doak Ostergard is out after nine years as Nebraska's head football trainer.
Marlon Lucky leaves the hospital and gets ready to resume winter workouts.
Graphic artist Husker fans are invited to partipate in a design contest.
Former Husker Dan Alexander gives back to the Nashville community.
Marlon Lucky's condition is upgraded, and the family issues a statement.
Details are sketchy as Marlon Lucky is hospitalized in intensive care.
Scott Frost joins the staff at Northern Iowa.*
Ted Gilmore decides to stay put after initially accepting a job with the Raiders.
Blue-chippers are abundant in next fall's high school senior class in Nebraska.
Southern Miss hires former Husker Mike Grant as wide receivers coach.
Chicagoans for Nebraska will have their Founders Day on March 2nd.
Nobody will be handed the starting QB* position, Bill Callahan says.
Despite a couple of late defections,* the recruiting class of 2007 is a top 10 group in some eyes, with an emphasis on defense. More from signing day:
Rankings | Capsules | Notes (1, 2*) | Walk-ons | Video | Official info
Trev Alberts recalls the surprising turn of events that led him to Nebraska 18 years ago.
Six on-the-mend Huskers will miss spring drills.
Johnny Rodgers autographed items: Era of Greatness book, Bobble Head Doll, Game of the Century DVD (ABC footage), Husker Helmet print.
Tickets to the spring game go on sale.
There's another decommitment as signing day finally arrives.
Offensive lineman Chad Roark is done with football because of a back problem.
Linebacker recruit Travis Lewis reneges and opts for the Sooners.
Lincoln Southwest QB Austin Cassidy will join the Huskers as a walk-on.
Niles Paul's late mother remains an inspiration to him.
Are any of the new recruits ready to make an immediate impact?
Former Husker assistant Marvin Sanders seeks stability at his next stop.
Kevin Cosgrove says he's not a candidate to join the Minnesota Vikings' staff.
Jay Moore works to improve his draft status and dispel a myth or two.