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August 2007

Zack Bowman, Sam Keller and Bill Callahan show up in the latest Big 12 Insider from Tim Griffin. And from Terry Douglass, a collection of Big 12 quotes.
Brett Byford reflects on his rapid rise from obscurity to team leader.
The official word is that only the lead-up to the Tunnel Walk will change.
The newly formed Husker Nation Booster Club now has chapters in seven states and members in thirty-five. Join now.
Home games will be on the silver screen in Lincoln.
Is "Sirius" out? It appears they're tinkering with the Tunnel Walk.
Hunter Teafatiller is suspended for the Nevada game.
JUCO players are having a greater impact at NU these days.
Nebraska makes it to the BCS title game — in NCAA '08. And the Huskers get a No. 13 ranking from Stewart Mandel.
"This offense has forced me to mature," Sam Keller tells his hometown paper.
Fifteen players earn coveted Blackshirts. More from the Aug. 28 practice: 1,* 2 photos
Close games could be the norm this fall, Steve Sipple says.
Defensive end Cameron Meredith joins the recruting class of 2008.
The first depth chart of the season is out and includes seven true freshmen. Not on the chart is the hobbled Cody Glenn. KETV video
Andy Sand and Thomas Lawson find a home at fullback.
A couple of views on the state of the Big 12: 1, 2
It's Daniel Evans over Harrison Beck in North Carolina State's QB battle.
Scott Downing says he has no regrets* about not offering a scholarship to Danny Woodhead four years ago.
Bill Callahan answers questions about the I-backs' health.
He doesn't call the plays, but here's what the offensive coordinator does do on game day.
Receiver Chris Brooks is seeing the bigger picture these days.
Preseason camp comes to a close with Sunday's practice. photos
Zac Taylor joins the staff as a graduate assistant.
Here's the ABC coverage map for Saturday. (Link won't load? Try this version.)
The LJS rolls out its season preview. Position analyses: QB, RB, WR, TE, OL, DL, LB, DB, ST. Also, Schedule, Recruiting, Bowman, Keller. Columnists: Sipple. McKeever.
The Grand Island paper does likewise. Position analyses: QB, RB, WR, OL, LB, DL, DB. ST. Also, Schedule, Cosgrove, Keller, Peterson, Wortman.
Will Harrison Beck be the starter at North Carolina State?
Steve Octavien intends to stay healthy and be a force.
The OWH looks at the events of the fateful weekend that brought Sam Keller to Lincoln. Notes from Saturday: 1, 2, 3, 4
Order the 2007 season or individual games on DVD. New 7-game special.
Solich and Callahan recruits alike are filling key roles in 2007.
Carl Nicks talks about the team's high expectations.
Zac Taylor expects a fast start out of Sam Keller.
Player features: Andy Sand, Terrence Nunn, Anthony Blue. Friday notes. photos
Tim Griffin's Big 12 Insider looks at fifty years of NU football.
It's official: the captains for 2007 are Brett Byford, Zack Bowman and Bo Ruud.
Two highly regarded JUCO defensive linemen are set for a Lincoln visit in October.
The '96 Fiesta Bowl is No. 5 on a list of greatest beatdowns in sports.
Husker fans in northern Nevada gear up for the opener.
The OWH's Lee Barfknecht has a "reality check" for Husker fans.
ESPN.com gives lengthy treatment to the Sam Keller story.
Nevada suspends star linebacker Ezra Butler for the Nebraska game.
Larry Asante brings crushing hits to the strong-safety position. Cody Glenn says he's better than ever despite the injuries. Terrence Moore knows adversity. Notes from Thursday's practice: 1, 2 photos KETV video
Latravis Washington relishes his role as a linebacker — but then, there's little in life he doesn't relish.
Jeff and Husker Dan check in with preseason assessments.
Mike Flynt, a former assistant to Boyd Epley at NU, may be college football's oldest player ever at age 59.
Former walk-on Ben Eisenhart is glad he stuck with it. Zack Bowman discusses his rehab. Anthony Blue comes on strong at cornerback. Notes from Wednesday's practice: 1, 2 photos
Maurice Purify makes a trip home to California because of a family tragedy.
Roy Helu gets acclimated to Midwest culture and turns heads in practice.
A disappointed Joe Ganz vows to be ready to deliver if duty calls.* Meanwhile, the team takes the QB decision in stride.
Kickoffs and returns get extra attention; Dan Titchener fine-tunes his punting.*
Cody Glenn returns to practice. More Tuesday notes: 1, 2, 3 photos KETV video
Extra home-game tickets sell out quickly. Two road games still available.
Sam Keller wins the quarterback job. Stories and analysis: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6,* 7
Marlon Lucky sits out Monday's practice. photos
Carl Nicks says the tough games will be won or lost by the O-line.
Win two pair of tickets to the Kansas State game at MarysvillePedia.
Zack Bowman returns to the practice field on Sunday.* Notes 1, 2 KETV video
Curenski Gilleylen watches and learns* from Terrence Nunn.
The efficiency of today's passing game keeps the defensive coaches scrambling.
Offensive coordinator Shawn Watson's style differs from his predecessor's.
A shoulder injury puts Matt Slauson's status in doubt for the season opener.
Nebraska StatePaper has five keys to getting to the Big 12 title game.
A look at the long odyssey that brought Bosnian-born Adi Kunalic* to Nebraska.
The Huskers are 20th in the preseason AP football poll.
Players and fans mingle in Memorial Stadium on Fan Day. Photos: 1, 2.
The younger running backs get lots of work Friday. Notes: 1, 2, 3 photos
Adi Kunalic's booming leg could give the special teams a new dimension.
The Huskers get a No. 18 ranking from Sports Illustrated.
Defensive tackle Kevin Dixon's high-energy approach gets noticed* in practice.
Marlon Lucky returns to practice on Thursday. photos
Buddy Wyatt thinks his defensive line can be one of Nebraska's strengths.
NU still has its sights on one or two California juco defensive linemen for 2008.
Andy Christensen expects the O-line's improved chemistry to pay dividends.
Missouri fans hope to prevent a sea of red in Columbia in October.
Nevada finds itself thin at center as it prepares to face the Huskers.
Tight ends coach Joe Rudolph's energy and intelligence stand out.
The Huskers get a day off on Wednesday.
Sam Keller says Bill Callahan and Shawn Watson have made him a better QB.
Kevin Cosgrove says creativity is needed to counter the Big 12's varied offenses.
USA Today previews the 2007 Huskers.
Phil Elmassian takes an analytical approach to improving the cornerbacks' play.
Quentin Castille is running with power. Monday's notes: 1, 2, 3 photos
Nose tackle Brandon Johnson is determined to make in impact in 2007.
Autographed copies of the new book For Husker Fans Only are now available.
Niles Paul works at proving he's worthy of playing time this fall.
An update on Scott Frost, linebackers coach at Northern Iowa.
Andre Jones and Cortney Grixby aim to be more physical this year.
The Washington Post takes a look at the competition at quarterback in Lincoln.
Lydon Murtha settles in at right tackle.
A healthier diet helps Zach Potter reshape his physique.
The Huskers get in a 2½-hour practice on Sunday. Notes: 1, 2
Leon Jackson discusses his moves from Washington to Nebraska to Hawaii.
Now's the time to extend Bill Callahan's contract, Steve Sipple says.
The San Antionio paper assesses the 2007 Huskers: 1, 2, 3
Freshman O-lineman Javorio Burkes works at shedding weight.
Trevor Robinson's visit to practice punctuates the early signing day debate.
The CFN Nevada tickets opportunity drawing ends Friday.
Marlon Lucky has a possible concussion as two-a-days begin. Notes: 1, 2 photos
Big 12 Insider: Kickoff rule change "could be the biggest ... in college football."
SI.com writes about what might be riding on Blaine Gabbert's fortunes at NU.
Complacency has never been part of Tierre Green's repertoire.
Newcomer QBs Zac Lee and Patrick Witt focus on learning the system. Other freshmen marvel at the new surroundings and demands.
The Huskers put on full pads for Friday's practice. Zach Potter's play draws praise from Kevin Cosgrove. Notes: 1, 2 photos
Tommie Frazier is the guest Aug. 18 at Chicagoans4Neb's Taste of Nebraska.
Mike McNeill "could be big for us" at tight end, Shawn Watson says. Niles Paul is struck by all the running, Anthony Blue by all the meetings. Notes: 1, 2, 3 photos
Cody Glenn says his injured foot held up well in Monday's practice. photos
A grateful Maurice Purify reflects on his return to the team.
Mike Minter decides to retire after 10 NFL seasons. photos
Hunter Teafatiller is arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.
Sam Keller says he's eager to get started with the 2007 season. See what else was said when the Huskers met the press on the first day of fall camp: Callahan's outlook, Defense (1, 2), Notes.
The veterans know how to deal with the rigors of preseason camp.
The Huskers' playbook goes high-tech.
On the eve of fall practice, Niles Paul gets ready to start living his dream. The OWH lists five things to watch, the LJS has a position-by-position analysis, and Steve Sipple says the I-backs must step up.
The much anticipated book 'For Husker Fans Only' is now available for pre-order.
Tim Griffin speculates on possible Big 12 teams moving to the Big 10.
Jonas Gray, the Detroit-area star running back, chooses Nebraska.
New shirts for 2007: Git-R-Done, Beating Colorado, Corn Coast Offense.
The Huskers are ranked 19th in the preseaon coaches' poll.
KETV does some catching up with Tommie Frazier.
George Darlington joins Tony Samuel's staff at Southeast Missouri State.
A more mature Marlon Lucky views this season as a chance for a fresh start.
Former sportswriter Randy York joins the reconfigured Athletic Department.
Darius Parish, a defensive tackle from Wichita, commits to NU's recruiting class of 2008. Coveted running back Jonas Gray is set to announce his choice Friday.
KSU's Ron Prince talks football with Nebraska high school coaches.
Latravis Washington clears a final academic hurdle and is eager to start camp.
Zac Taylor, awaiting a possible NFL call, plans to spend some time in Lincoln.
Coach Callahan and Tom Rathman saddened by the passing of Bill Walsh.