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June 2007

Mike Rucker continues his stellar career at Carolina.
Barrett Ruud is relaxed and ready for his third season in Tampa Bay.
Nebraska is in several of ESPN's top 100 college football moments.
The status of several incoming recruits will hinge on their summer classwork.
Bo Ruud welcomes his switch to strongside linebacker.
Ricky Henry, originally a 2006 recruit, joins the 2008 class on the O-line.
Bay Area Huskers and Californians for Nebraska will have July picnics.
Corey McKeon and Bo Ruud make the Bednarik Award watch list.
Tyson Hetzer, the latest recruit to commit, is a raw talent at tight end.
NU's 7-on-7 camp may help change the culture of prep football in Nebraska.
Linebackers Doug Rippy and Shaun Mohler join the recruiting class of 2008.
Josh Sewell hopes his stint in Europe is a steppingstone to the NFL.
The preview magazines are bullish about the Huskers.
Tim Griffin offers insight on Kevin Weiberg leaving the Big 12, and other items.
A great Husker fan passes away.
Colorado goes on NCAA probation for undercharging athletes for meals.
Ahman Green is coming back strong as he aims to revive Houston's run game.
Be the first one in your state to join the HuskerPedia Chapter of the Husker Nation Booster Club.
The Iowa, Arizona and Oklahoma chapters are having golf outings.
A Penn State series may be in the works for 2014-15. (See end of article.)
Roger Craig sees the 2007 Huskers as top 10 material.
Chris Patrick is in training as he awaits the NFL's supplemental draft.
TSN's Tom Dienhart sees trouble ahead for the Big 12.
Blaine Gabbert is a case study that highlights the success of NU's QB camp. KETV video
The Lincoln paper reports on the state of Husker Nation.
Another in-state recruit commits for 2008: John Levorson of Crete.
Sean Fisher picks the Huskers over OU as he joins NU's recruiting class of '08.
Bill Callahan says there'll be no immediate decision on Maurice Purify's status.
Defensive back Corey Young is transferring.
Baker Steinkuhler stands out as the first session of the Big Red Football School offers a glipse at the future. vid (1K)
Maurice Purify is resolved to earn atonement, his high school coach says.
Adrian Hilburn, a wide receiver from S.F. City College, is the latest 2008 commit.
The Huskers brace themselves for summer conditioning, which starts Monday.
Sam Keller makes it his summer job to get in sync with the receivers.
More trouble for Maurice Purify: a DUI arrest has him suspended from the team.
Blaine Gabbert is selected for the Elite 11 Quarterback Camp.
Room rates in Lincoln go through the roof for the weekend of the USC game.
There's hot competition over Millard North's Sean Fisher. Other items of interest.
Nebraska's schedule is rated the toughest in the Big 12.
The Wake Forest game is the latest to get TV — ESPN at 11 a.m. CDT.
Steve Sipple counters Trev Alberts regarding Bill Callahan's job security.
Quarterback recruit Blaine Gabbert is out to prove his detractors wrong. Also, a Q&A with Trevor Robinson.
The NU-Mizzou showdown in Columbia could become a night game for TV.
There are several points of NU interest in Tim Griffin's Big 12 Insider column.
ABC will televise the Nevada game regionally, with a 2:30 kickoff.
Athlon gives its No. 1 and 2 rankings to 2007 opponents USC and Texas.
Brandon Jackson makes up for lost time in Green Bay.