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November 2007

According to ESPN, Bo Pelini will be the next head coach, and the OWH agrees all signs point in that direction. More on the BBS. | Commentary: Sipple, Dodd
Steve Pederson returns to Pitt for a second stint as A.D. And associate A.D. Tim Cassidy returns to Texas A&M.
Order your Nebraska logo flat screen TV now for Christmas delivery.
The LJS examines the bond between Turner Gill and Tom Osborne. In Buffalo, Gill stays mum about the Nebraska job. KETV
If you missed the inagural HuskerPedia Live broadcast, the archive is here.
Dennis Wagner defends the O-linemen at Friday's Big Red Breakfast.
Tom Osborne and Shawn Watson visit recruits in Omaha.
Marlon Lucky and Carl Nicks are named second-team AP all-conference.
Tom Osborne takes the title of interim head coach so he can hit the recruiting trail. He says the search for a coach is "pretty much on track."
Known as Mr. Intensity, Bo Pelini is also a student of intimate details. And he gets Terry Douglass' vote.
How will the Huskers adapt to a likely change in offensive scheme?
Brian Kelly dismisses a report that he's been contacted by Nebraska. Here's why many consider him a hot candidate.
From the OWH, quick profiles of Gill, Grobe, Kelly and Pelini.
Commentary on the search: John Bishop, Steve Sipple
Tom Osborne tells reporters Tuesday afternoon that no offer has been made.
Jim Grobe reportedly makes it at least three who have spoken with NU.
Some names in the rumor mill: Brian Kelly (1, 2), Gary Patterson, Monte Kiffin.
For your inner sleuth: How to track a plane.
No Huskers make the coaches' all-conference first team. Carl Nicks and Marlon Lucky are second-team selections.
Collins Okafor joins the list of recruits reconsidering their pledges. KETV video
The Callahan firing is discussed on Big Red Wrap-Up.
Dan Titchener discusses the difficult season with his hometown paper.
Jason Peter breaks down some of the Huskers' defensive troubles.
Tom Osborne's lead over Bear Bryant for best college coach ever is shrinking.
Tom Osborne returns to Lincoln and says the interview process isn't over.
The head of the Black Coaches and Administrators says it would be a positive sign if Turner Gill were hired.
Bo Pelini's status is one of this week's distractions for LSU.
Hunter Teafatiller gets probation in his DUI case.
The Colonel weighs in on current events.
Enjoy the first 100 pages of For Husker Fans Only online.
Tim Cassidy sets a players meeting for Tuesday. Tom Osborne interviews Bo Pelini in Baton Rouge and also gets permission to talk to Turner Gill. Wake's Jim Grobe also might be in the mix. A hire might be made by Wednesday.
The recruits wait to see how things pan out.
The hunt is on for Bill Callahan's replacement as the ax falls 1,415 days, 27 wins and 22 losses after Callahan was hired in early 2004.
The search: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5   The press conference: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 KETV video LJS audio OWH photos
Commentary: Sipple (1, 2), Max, Schuetz, McKewon, Mandel, Maisel, Brown
Players: 1, 2, 3, 4  Fans: 1, 2, 3, 4  Recruits  Officials  Ex-Huskers: 1, 2
The decision: 1, 2, 3  The mood  Osborne's morning: 1, 2  T.O. & B.C.
1976 heat  Photos: 1, 2  Timeline  NU coaching history  2003-04 archive
Colorado 65, Nebraska 51. Game page | Pregame page | DVD
Bill Callahan has guarded his privacy during his four years in Lincoln. What happens come Saturday is anyone's guess.
Which players will step up and lead the team through the winter and into 2008?
A record-setting Iowa quarterback is back on the Huskers' recruiting radar.
Nebraska kids will always be the program's heart and soul, Tim Cassidy says at Wednesday's Big Red Breakfast.
Listen to the classic '77 NU-Alabama game from 6 to 9 a.m. Thursday on KLIN.
Joe Ganz traveled a frustrating road before finally being considered good enough.
There seems to be no perfect method of handling coaching shake-ups.
Get this Vintage Husker sign autographed by Tom Osborne or Heisman winners.
This week in Husker history: Nebraska 29, Oklahoma 20, in 1963.
From the StatePaper's Sam McKewon, 10 failures of the Callahan era.
The Osborne "tree" seems to lack a head-coaching shining star.
The LJS examines seven popular coaching names being bandied about.
Tom Osborne hears a lot of opinions but says they are a "very small part" of the evaluation of the coaching staff.
A HuskerPedia reader gives a baseball analogy on Tom Osborne's decisions.
Christmas item of the day: New More than Winning/Day in the Life DVD.
The Steve Sipple looks at this year's version of the coaching carousel.
Marlon Lucky quietly closes in on a milestone as a dual-threat back.
Wall Street Husker checks in with his East Coast perspective.
Mike Osborne recalls threats received at home when his dad was coach. KETV
The ultimate Husker Christmas present: Officially licensed flat-screen TVs.
The LJS sorts out the not-so-simple Big 12 bowl situation.
Do you live in southern California or plan to be there Dec. 19th and want to be in the Nebraska game scene in the Jim Carrey movie? Click here.
Vote for Tom Osborne as the greatest college football coach of all time.
Former Husker Steve Warren takes over as coach of the Omaha Beef.
A reassignment is not an option under Bill Callahan's contract. KETV
A former Husker ponders the brave new world of pigskin parity.
Sam McKewon outlines 10 triumphs of the Callahan era.
University police investigate a death threat against Kevin Cosgrove. KETV
Sam Keller's injury has him on the sideline but not out of the spotlight.
Christmas item of the day: Husker ornaments.
Husker assistants hit the in-state recruiting trail for prospective walk-ons.
Search firms can add air-tight confidentiality to a coaching search.
The end-of-the-season coaching evaluation will come at the close of the regular season, the Athletic Department says. | Commentary
The Athletic Dept.'s Randy York says the Huskers will go to a bowl if invited.
Bill Callahan says of NU's successes at quarterback: "that's development, that's coaching, that's system." vid (1K) | Monday notes: 1, 2 | Commentary
Patience and persistence pay off for Joe Ganz, who is named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week and USA Today national player of the week. He is a nominee for Cadillac and AT&T national honors.
David Max gives his 2 Cents on the KSU game.
Christmas item of the day: 3 Heisman ball in display case.
NU 73, Kansas State 31: Game page | Pregame page | DVD
The OWH looks at what makes Bo Pelini tick.
The Lincoln paper looks at what walk-ons mean for the program.
KMTV's Travis Justice defends his report about what Bill Callahan said. The coach's agent, meanwhile, gets a little testy.
Get your 25th-anniversary Tom Osborne coffee cup set.
The staff will focus on in-state recruiting during the coming bye week.
A TV report says Bill Callahan told the team he has been asked to resign, but players say that's not what he said.
Jim Rose says his successor should have a feel for the culture of NU football. Greg Sharpe is familiar with both sides in Saturday's game.
NU and KSU aren't the only teams affected by Josh Freeman's change of heart.
Coaches' kids become targets of frustrated fans' ire.
Osborne T's take chill off a bleak NU season. Order them here and here.
Vershan Jackson and Ahman Green teach kids about football and responsibility.
The LJS analyzes the coaching attributes of Turner Gill and Bo Pelini.
NU's de-emphasis on walk-ons seems to have helped other schools in the state.
Fixing Nebraska football is a duty and a labor of love for Tom Osborne.
The uncertainty in Lincoln doesn't faze five-star recruit Simi Kuli.
The book For Husker Fans Only is now available at all Walgreens locations in Lincoln. Read the latest excerpt here.
Bill Callahan says resignation is "not in our vocabulary." The players are against any staff changes before season's end.
Jim Rose resigns as the voice of the Huskers, citing personal reasons. KFAB video KFAB audio
David Max gives his 2 cents on the Kansas game. And Steve Sipple and the StatePaper's Sam McKewon offer their postmortems.
Bill Callahan is questioned about his job status during the Big 12 teleconference.
The LJS sorts out Nebraska's abysmal defensive numbers.
The seniors say there's still plenty to play for — namely, setting an example for the 2008 squad.
Dave Rimington says he'd be interested in a leading role in the Athletic Dept.
Brand NEW items for your Christmas shopping list: 1994, 1995, and 1997 highlights DVDs. Also the 2006 Volleyball Championship DVD.
Kansas 76, Nebraska 39. Game page | Pregame page | DVD
Greg Sharpe does the radio play-by-play as Jim Rose sits one out.
Few have cheered for the Huskers as long as Betty Graham of Wichita.
Paul Meyers returns to the Athletic Dept. as associate AD for development.
An era ends as the fourth and final Makovicka brother plays his final prep game.
Coach's son Adam Watson toils on the scout team.