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February 2008

Registration for the annual Husker Youth Experience has reached capacity.
Former Husker player Doug Colman may join the Athletic Department.
Husker Dan checks his mail bag and gives his Player of the Year Award.
The per-game price of a season ticket is staying put in 2008.
Nebraska-Colorado apparently is keeping its day-after-Thanksgiving slot.
Brenden Stai provides the Husker memory-lane video from the 1990s.
Maurice Purify and Carl Nicks earn good reviews at the NFL Combine.
Tim Griffin offers up spring-practice capsules for all Big 12 teams.
John Eshleman of State Farm Insurance of Sidney joins the Business Directory.
The N.Y. Times* catches up on the new direction of the football program. 1camera (1K)
Mind games can be a big part of the gauntlet at the NFL Combine.
Former players feel at home as Bo Pelini reaches out.
The staff pays Grand Island a visit.
The coaching staff see potential in walk-on Seung Hoon Choi.
KSU's athletic director resigns to become Big 12 deputy commissioner.
Husker Dan hands out 2007 "Danno Awards" for Excellence.
Vote to get Herbie Husker on the cover of NCAA Football 09 Nintendo Wii.
Maurice Purify and Sam Keller gear up for the NFL Combine.
Nebraska StatePaper's Sam McKewon weighs in on the recruiting season.
Joe Ganz will have lots of competition for the QB job.
During down time this winter, the players try to soak up the new philosophy.
The LJS looks at how the strength & conditioning program keeps evolving.
New shirts: Bo Knows Football and Bo Knows Defense.
With the ink barely dry on the 2008 letters of intent, the recruiting focus turns to next year's crop.
Show your support of Nebraska WWII veterans.
West Coast? Spread? Shawn Watson says to ditch the labels when it comes to describing the 2008 Husker offense.
Thirty-nine Husker players make the Big 12 fall academic honor roll.
Bo Pelini is being cautious about using film from last season to evaluate players.
Jeff checks in with his pre-spring Scarlet Commentary.
Tickets to the Big 12 championship game go on sale Friday.
BRAND NEW: Pelini/Osborne autographed footballs & helmets. Limited supply.
Mixing with the masses has been part of Bo Pelini's style early on.
New additions to the Business Directory: Dollar Energy Group nationwide and Wes Madden Real Estate in Fairbanks, Alaska. Add your listing here.
Recruiting rankings aren't on the staff's radar. Also, a look at the geography of finding players.
If you're like Ron Van Nortwick, you never stop being a Husker fan.
Meet a couple of the walkons: Judd Went, Matt Holt
Randy York talks about the walk-on program and spring game ticket sales.
View Big Red Wrap-up's recruiting show with Jeremy Crabtree & Sean Callahan.
Mason Wald officially joins the recruiting class. More notes: 1, 2
Georgians 4 Nebraska donates $8,000 in scholarships for 2008.
It's all about the team, not individuals, as the 2008 recruiting class is unveiled.
Pelini (1, 2, 3), Capsules (1, 2, 3), Walk-ons (1, 2, 3, 4), Rankings,
Players (Steinkuhler, Fisher, Marlowe, Dennard, Williams, Grant), Audio,
Video (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9), Misc. (1, 2), Commentary (Sipple, Douglass, York)
Greg Sharpe is the new play-by-play radio voice of the Huskers.
Dean Steinkuhler stays in the background as it's his sons' turn to shine.
A look at how Nebraska has managed to tap Texas talent.
Safety P.J. Smith from Louisiana commits to the class of 2008.
NU's 2005 recruiting class shows how pure talent doesn't always pay dividends.*
Kicker Brett Maher from Kearney will walk on.
New additions to the Business Directory: Trinity Stone from Fort Collins and Hangups Gallery from Lincoln. Add your listing here.
Wide receiver Khiry Cooper from Louisiana is the latest to commit.
LeKevin Smith lives out his Super Bowl dream. | Super Bowl Huskers
The LJS looks at how Micah Kreikemeier got on NU's radar -- and NU on his.
A tumultuous recruiting season nears its finish with Nebraska on the rebound.
Winter conditioning takes on a different pace under James Dobson.
Sign up for the Nebraska Classic golf tournament in Palm Springs on Feb 18th.
Steve Sipple likes the idea of an AAFL team in Memorial Stadium in 2009.
Phil Elmassian and Joe Rudolph land new jobs.
Five former Huskers will attend the NFL combine later this month.
Lester Ward, a running back from Texas, joins the list of 2008 recruits.
CB Alfonzo Dennard from Georgia commits, and Jordan Makovicka will walk on.