Dennis Wagner lands on his feet as the new head coach at Western Carolina.
Carl Pelini's big gamble in 2003 has paid off.
The Huskers get a commitment from California defensive tackle Quentin Toailoa. Also, Jim Ebke from Lincoln East will walk on for a shot at quarterback duties. See who else might join the list of 2008 commits.
Bo Pelini will make life tougher for the rest of the Big 12, a Denver scribe writes.
Marlon Lucky would be wise to stick around another year, Steve Sipple says. Meanwhile, Carl Nicks' draft stock rises.
Mike Rucker is considering retirement after nine seasons in the NFL.
The Jim Carrey movie Nebraska scene is now scheduled for January 11th.
Defensive improvement is the first order of business for Bo Pelini, guided by some core philosophies.
Coaches past and present discuss the brutal business of recruiting.
New Bo T-shirt, 2008 Skull and BOnes Tour.
Want to know Bo Pelini? First, understand Youngstown, Ohio.
Marvin Sanders taps into the passion that "becomes part of you" at Nebraska.
Steve Octavien's 2005 injury helped put him on a path toward receiving his college diploma today.
John Papuchis has turned a humble start in coaching into a major opportunity.
Championship coaches Jerry Moore and Lance Leipold recall lessons they learned at NU. And Bo Pelini looks back on the tumultuous weeks of late 2003.
The assistant coaches' salaries are disclosed.
The December 18th HuskerPedia Live podcast is now available.
The New York Times takes a look back on the 1962 Gotham Bowl.
The StatePaper's Sam McKewon has a chill pill for the Pelini bashers.
"Interim" is removed from Tom Osborne's title, and he's signed on as athletic director through June 30, 2010.
Husker Dan checks his email bag and has an Army update.
A Louisiana paper looks at Bo Pelini as he goes up against his alma mater.
Christmas items Devaney-Tagge-Rodgers print, 3 Heisman football in case, 1973 Orange Bowl DVD signed by Johnny Rodgers. Unique items in the tailgate shop.
A robust running game will be one of Shawn Watson's top goals.
For the Husker fan who has everything: red 1917 Oldsmobile touring car.
Bo Pelini intends to have some input on the offensive side of the ball.
Husker players plan to watch LSU-Ohio State with an analytical eye.
Pelini holds on to his roots and feels a special bond with Nebraska. His NU staff is a mixture of old and new.
Husker cheerleader Anne Marie Rye needs your vote in this contest.
Listen to Wednesday's HuskerPedia Live radio broadcast here. Bo Pelini conducts an audio roundtable with the LJS staff as he turns 40 working two jobs.
An Arkansas writer feels the interim title will be removed from AD Tom Osborne.
The Huskers are the hottest 2007 clicks on KETV.com.
Bo Pelini is so busy that his contract might not be finalized until mid-January.
Stocking stuffers: 1994, '95, and '97 season highlight DVDs.
The university will pay $75,000 to Parker Executive Search.
John Papuchis discusses the road that led to his new job on the defensive staff.
Husker Dan has something to chew on.
Jeff Jamrog may return in an administrative role.
The Huskers extend a scholarship offer to an Arizona quarterback.
Get Johnny Rodgers' book personally autographed at a special price until 12/31.
Maurice Purify says it was little things, not bad coaching, that led to blowout losses. Cory McKeon looks back at a disappointing '07 and ahead to his NFL chances.
Bo Pelini has just one full-time staff position yet to fill, Tom Osborne says.
At least five Huskers are set to play in postseason all-star games.
Running-backs coach Randy Jordan won't be part of the Pelini staff.
Ron Brown says coaching must be a window, not a mirror.
Dave Kennedy resigns as strength and conditioning coach. And Trev Alberts won't be joining the Athletic Dept. staff.
Those who know Tom Osborne don't expect him to keep up his hands-on approach to the football program.
Great holidays savings with PediaCard™ - Country Stampede June 26-29, 2008.
Eight awards are given out at the annual team banquet.
On Jim Rome's show, Bo Pelini says 2008 will be about winning, not rebuilding. Also, Shawn Watson will put his stamp on the offense.
QB James Vandenberg turns down a Nebraska offer and commits to Iowa.
Aid the HuskerPedia donation drive for those affected by the Westroads tragedy.
Meet Mike Ekeler & John Papuchis, two LSU aides Bo Pelini is bringing to NU.
The past decade seen big changes in the landscape for coaches' pay.
From West Point, Neb., more about Micah Kreikemeier.
A schedule change gives the Huskers a bye week before they face Virginia Tech next fall. Also, the 2010 schedule is finalized, with Idaho, Western Kentucky and South Dakota State joining Washington on the nonconference slate.
Visit the children's section of the HP mall.
Damon Benning and others discuss the Pelini hire on Big Red Wrap-Up.
Tom Osborne wins the online balloting for greatest college coach.
Let Bo Pelini coach in the big game, Sam McKewon says.
A phone call to Micah Kreikemeier shows that the change in recruiting philosophy is under way. AP looks at Bo Pelini's background as a recruiter.
TSN's Tom Dienhart says Nebraska finally has its man in Bo Pelini. Big 12 coaches praise the hire, and NU boosters express enthusiasm. Harvey Perlman says Pelini is better prepared than four years ago.
In Youngstown, Ohio, Pelini's competitive drive is the stuff of legend.
Be the first on your block with a Bo, Bo, Bo, Merry Christmas or Bo Big Red T-shirt. Start your Pelini DVD collection with his first win as NU's head coach.
Bo Pelini accepts the challenge of righting the ship in Lincoln. More here.