NFL draft, Day 2: Jay Moore is taken by the 49ers (1, 2, 3, 4), and four Huskers agree to free-agent deals.
Adam Carriker (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Brandon Jackson (1, 2, 3, 4, 6) and Stewart Bradley (1, 2) are chosen on Day 1 of the NFL draft.*
Off-season reading materials: Forever Red by Steve Smith, Diary of a Husker by David Kolowski, An Era of Greatness by Johnny Rodgers.
Jay Moore and Adam Carriker have driven each other to greater heights, on the field and on the NFL draft charts.
The last blanks in the 2008 schedule are filled with San Jose State, New Mexico State and, still unofficially, Western Michigan.
Players bring some smiles to patients at Omaha Children's Hospital.
As the draft nears, Jay Moore works on his game — his golf game.
His NFL draft fate is filled with uncertainty, but Brandon Jackson savors the moment as he is about to end a Nebraska dry spell. And Dane Todd hopes his name is called.
UNL's chancellor isn't on board the latest push for a playoff.
He arrived in Lincoln with little fanfare. Now it seems everyone's taking a look at Adam Carriker.
David Max interviews former coach Bill Glassford (1949-55).
This article has somehow escaped our attention for more than a year. Better late than never: The story of Clinton T. Ross.
Ex-Husker Dan Alexander's six-TD game sets an AFL record.
Coach Cosgrove will speak at a Chicagoans for Nebraska event.
Tony Horning of Minneapolis is the winner of the first Signature Series wine label design contest. Graphic artists are invited to compete for the Roger Craig label.
Text messaging may soon be banished from college football recruiting.
Zac Taylor will be the main attraction at a Big Red of the Rockies event.
NFL Network will re-telecast the spring-game five times in the next few days.
Wake Forest initiates new season-ticket policies to keep the red away.
Harvey Perlman says he expects to extend Steve Pederson's contract.
Another academic honor comes Dane Todd's way.
The Huskers' safeties try to send a message with some big hits. On the line, Ndamukong Suh acquires a "killer instinct."
It's all Reds in a 38-0 rout as QBs Keller and Ganz both shine. Marlon Lucky's knee injury is described by Coach Callahan as a medial sprain.
Several of NU's 2007 foes also had their spring games this weekend. Scout 'em: Wake Forest, Iowa State, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Colorado, Kansas.
The 10 members of the 2007 Brook Berringer Citizenship Team are announced, and Andrew Shanle earns the first Cletus Fischer Endowed Scholarship.
The Huskers will be looking for playmakers at quarterback other positions as fans get their spring fix. More: six thing to watch for, seven Huskers to watch.
Going to the game? Print out the Red-White rosters (and even your tickets) before you go. And check out these other things to do on campus, and don't forget the HuskerPedia Hangout tailgate.
Linebacker Nick Covey refuses to let injuries keep him down.
A cornerback from Texas is a "soft commit" for 2008. About 80 prospects are expected at the spring game Saturday.
Danny K's in Orange, CA, will host a CFN watch party at 5:30 p.m. April 14.
Ted Gilmore seeks better consistency from his wide receivers, and Kevin Cosgrove looks for big plays from the defense.
Never mind the QB race -- who will suit up as Lil' Red?
Frank Solich briefly returns to Lincoln in conjunction with the reunion golf outing.
Last season's clock rule changes are overturned. Also, kickoffs will now be made from the 30 yard line.
NFL Network subscribers can see a tape-delayed telecast of the spring game.
The spring game has become much more than a scrimmage.
Andre Jones hopes to give the kickoff-return game a spark.
The spring game program (a de facto media guide) is available for downloading.
ESPN.com looks at the closer-than-expected competition at quarterback.
Buddy Wyatt embraces the rebuilding job now underway on the defensive line.
Football apparently has become more fun these days for Marlon Lucky.
Lydon Murtha says it's time to step up. Todd Peterson learns the rise and shine* routine. Practice moves outdoors for the first time this spring.
Tom Osborne still misses coaching and the relationships with players.
Placekickers* Jake Wesch and Alex Henery try to seize an opportunity. Ndamukong Suh shows his versatility. Rickey Thenarse thrives on the big hit.* Notes from Friday: 1, 2, 3
Zach Potter plans to fill Adam Carriker's shoes by being himself.
The offensive players get used to the quarterbacks' individual quirks.
J.B. Phillips: Is he a tight end or a fullback?* Sometimes a little of both.
Redshirt freshman Keith Williams is ready to contribute at offensive guard. Notes from Wednesday: 1, 2, 3
Cody Glenn plays with pain as his foot injury still hampers his running.
The Sporting News' Tom Dienhart ranks the Big 12 coaches.
Tom Osborne helps Iowa Western C.C. get up and running in football.
Zack Bowman's injury makes this spring seem like a flashback to Andre Jones.
Walk-on Andy Poulosky works into contention* at defensive end.
There are a few tickets still available for the DREAM Spring Game event.
It's a pivotal spring for D.J. Jones and other young offensive linemen.
Shukree Barfield is happy to be in Lincoln after his detour through Kansas.
The contenders at fullback have big shoes to fill.
Bill Callahan's drive to learn brings a parade of coaches to town.