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July 2007

TJ Simers of the LA Times picks on Nebraska fans again.
Californians 4 NE will have ticket opportunity drawings for all home games.
Husker Dan will be the guest at the NE Kansans 4 Nebraska picnic.
Kenny Miller interviews Harry Tolly.
Defensive end Josh Williams and receiver D.J. Woods are the latest
for the recruiting class of 2008.
Will the Husker offense be able to improve its performace in big games?
Tim Griffin has a post-Big 12 Media Days summary.
Adam Carriker and the Rams agree on a five-year contract.
Will Compton, a linebacker from Missouri, joins the recruiting class of 2008.
Start downloading: The 2007 media guide is now available online.
Kenny Miller interviews Frosty Anderson.
Craig Roark leaves the team, and Demetrious Davis is academically ineligible.
The Norfolk paper has a rundown of possible additions to the '08 recruiting class.
Make your plans for Fan Day and much more on Saturday, Aug. 18.
The Oakland Raiders release former Husker lineman Adam Treu.
A spacewalking astronaut shows his Husker loyalty.
Zac Taylor is released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Ahman Green makes good on a pledge to help a single parent buy a home.
Bo Ruud draws strength instead of pressure from past family accomplishments.
Today's Kenny Miller interview is Clete Pillen.
Husker picnics are on tap in Utah and California this weekend.
The seniors have a sense of urgency to go out as champions, Bo Ruud says. More from the Huskers' appearance at Big 12 Media Days: Consistency, Nunn, QB battle (1,* 2, 3, 4), Quotes & photos, Notes (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Video (1, 2, 3)
Steve Pederson gets a five-year contract extension. Is Bill Callahan next? KETV video
Kenny Miller interviews former Husker Bill Janssen.
The 2007 season will be a chance for the Big 12 to regain its luster.*
The Husker Nation lost a great ambassador Sunday.
Matt Davison says Maurice Purify has work to do on the field as well as off.
Joe Silverman, 97, a Husker supporter since WWII, gets ready for a big honor.
Ndamukong Suh is ready to be a leader on the defensive line.
A look at Eric Harper's under-the-radar route to becoming an NU recruit.
Tim Griffin offers some pre-Big 12 Media Days insight.
Nebraska writer Kenny Miller tells a Story from the Stands with former Huskers.
Matt Slauson and Bo Ruud make the media's preseason all-Big 12 team, and Sam Keller is projected to be Newcomer of the Year.
CollegeFootballNews previews the Big 12 and predicts a Mizzou-UT title game.
Margaret Max celebrates her 89th birthday.
Zack Bowman aims to rebound from injury and become a big-play contributor.
Reporters covering the Big 12 pick Missouri to win the North.
An SI.com writer has the 1978 NU-Oklahoma game etched in his memory.
Chris Patrick signs as a free agent with the New York Giants.
Maurice Purify gets probation and a fine. His playing status will be addressed in the next few days, Bill Callahan indicates. KETV video
Warren Swain takes over the play-by-play duties for Ohio U.
A plea agreement covering both of Maurice Purify's legal cases is in the works.
Keelan Johnson of Mesa, Ariz., a prospective safety, is the latest 2008 commit.
Trevor Robinson's status isn't any clearer after visits to South Bend & Ann Arbor.
Limited-edition Number 15 Ferragamo-Frazier print now available.
Mike Rozier reminisces as he gets set to join the College Football Hall of Fame.
Wake Forest loses a key linebacker because of academics.
Summer picnics are on tap for OR4NE, CA4NE, and Bay Area Huskers. And Husker Dan will be the guest at Kansas Cornhuskers picnic.
Sporting News previews the Huskers and pegs them at No. 23: 1, 2
Many are the pitfalls of getting married on an autumn Saturday in Nebraska.
Is there an AAFL team in Memorial Stadium's future?
Yet to play a down in the NFL, Titus Adams is making another kind of impact.
The competition at quarterback cools only slightly during summer workouts.
Chris Patrick goes unselected in the NFL's supplemental draft.
The Husker Nation Booster Club now has chapters in three states (California, Colorado, & Oklahoma) and members in 30 states. Let's make it 50.
Orange Coast CC linebacker Shaun Mohler confirms his commitment to NU.
Shawn Watson likes how the offensive line is shaping up for fall.
Erik Wiegert is excited to be joining the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame.
Oklahoma gets put on probation and will lose 2005 wins and scholarships.
Time is running out on the USC travel and event packages. Book yours now.
Eric Harper, a linebacker from Marrero, La., commits to the Huskers for 2008.
Rivals.com analyzes the Huskers and ranks them at No. 18.
Chris Patrick awaits his fate in Thursday's NFL supplemental draft.
Trevor Robinson reconsiders his commitment to Nebraska.
Nothing on the gridiron seems scary to six-year Navy veteran Tyrone Fahie.
There's good news about the progress of two injured O-linemen.
CollegeFootballNews.com offers a detailed preview of the 2007 Huskers.
Carl Crawford still wonders how he would have fared as a Husker QB.
With Maurice Purify's status uncertain, Nate Swift is prepared to fill any role.
Ahman Green has a new Husker-themed ride.
Six former Huskers are elected to the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame.
Zack Bowman's ahead of schedule in his recovery.
Californians for Nebraska award six scholarships for 2007-2008. Coloradans for Nebraska award seven.
Nebraska picks up the pace in recruiting.