Marcus Mendoza makes an early impression with his speed.
A look at the extras in the contracts of Callahan, Pederson and Sadler.
The Huskers reportedly will play New Mexico State in 2008, though the deal apparently has not been finalized. It would be the teams' third meeting.
Dueling golf outings on the day before the spring game raise some eyebrows.
The Carolina Panthers' Mike Minter will call it quits after this season.
Shukree Barfield aims for a starting spot this fall on the defensive line.
Coloradans for Nebraska will have a special fundraiser on April 13th.
It's a day for attention to focus on the defense: Larry Asante brings determination and hard hitting to the strong-safety* position, and Zach Potter's opportunity is finally at hand.* Notes from Monday: 1, 2
Cast your vote in the first signature series wine label design contest.
The cornerbacks are gunning for more interceptions, and Randy Jordan wants the I-backs to have a sense of urgency. Notes from Friday: 1, 2, 3
Maurice Purify sets high goals for himself, and Zack Bowman intends to improve on his strong finish in 2005. Beau Davis is driven by the hope for redemption.
Houston Nutt's snub of Nebraska three years ago earns him a $1 million bonus.
Sam Keller is issued a citation for disturbing the peace.
Maurice Purify drops some pounds after getting an ultimatum from Ted Gilmore.
Former Husker Eric Alford is charged with sexual assault.
Join several former Huskers on Friday night before the Spring Game.
Tommie Frazier will be the guest speaker at the Houstonians for NE banquet.
Spring drills begin today,* and finding a fullback is on the coaches' "to do" list. More: Bo Ruud (1, 2), notes (1, 2*).
The 2007 Blackshirts have leaders, Kevin Cosgrove says.
Demand for skyboxes remains high.
Bill Callahan says the Huskers' are on course for further improvement in 2007.
Shawn Watson is set to fine-tune, not overhaul, the Husker offense.
All eyes are on the QB race, but there's competition at all positions, and the LJS lists a dozen players to watch. Spring-practice notes, and a Callahan Q&A.
Who will step up this season into leadership roles on the defense?
A former Buff catches some grief for joining the Nebraska staff as an intern.
Bo Ruud moves to SAM linebacker and Major Culbert will again get repetitions at I-back as the Huskers head into spring drills striving for better consistency.
Maurice Purify has added some weight that he hopes to shed.
Carl Nicks is set to take over the left tackle spot on the O-line.
See old playbook pages and more "insider" stuff on David Kolowski's website.
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Ahman Green figures he still has three or four playing years left in him.
Zackary Bowman will be held out of contact drills this spring but intends to bring some excitement to the defense in the fall.
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Brandon Jackson explains his decision to turn pro and says he has no regrets. More from the annual pro scout day in Lincoln: 1, 2
Bill Callahan shares insights with high school coaches. See notes at end of file.
Jeff checks in with a pre-spring Scarlet Commentary.
Harrison Beck burns no bridges as he discusses his exit from Nebraska and his future at North Carolina State.
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Another look at Nebraska's recruiting bonanza in Arizona.
Bill Callahan's agent hopes for a contract extension for the head coach.
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Former Husker I-back Paul Miles resigns his Athletic Dept. post.