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June 2008

His priorities back in order, Craig Bohl finds his niche at North Dakota State.
Pay-per-view is in the works for one or two of the Huskers' first three games.
Jason Peter talks about his struggles with addiction, and the OWH runs an excerpt from his forthcoming book.
Former Huskers help honor the "ultimate Boy Scout" — Tom Osborne.
Georgia coach and ex-Omahan Mark Richt pays a visit to Memorial Stadium.
July golf events: KC Huskers 18th Annual and Kaylin Jensen benefit.
Former HuskerPedia columnist Bill Marks has a new home in the blogosphere.
The Jerry Murtaugh - Gary Java HuskerPedia Live podcast is available here. Sign up for the '70-71 team reunion dinner here.
Bo Ruud looks to make an impression on the New England Patriots.
Iraq war veteran Tyrone Fahie continues his quest for playing time.
Friends toast and roast Ahman Green in an Omaha Press Club fete. KETV video
The Boston sports community honors Irving Fryar.
Indoor football is the latest stop for former NU lineman Mike Erickson.
The Oakland Raiders give Sam Keller a shot at making the team.
More details about the new marketing contract with IMG are explained.
From Madison, an update on Kevin Cosgrove.
Tad Stryker compares the tasks faced by Devaney in 1962 and Pelini in 2008.
The networks decide not to televise any of Nebraska's first three games.
Marlon Lucky makes Phil Steele's preseason All-America team.
Maurice Purify faces an August court date.
Roger Craig's message to kids: It's about the team.
Wide receiver recruit Khiry Cooper still hasn't seen a baseball offer enticing enough to make him say no to college football.
Tommie Frazier is listed as one of eight who remain relevant over the long haul.
Renewals of skybox leases are expected to be at or near 100%. | Lease holders
The Pelini & Osborne Collectible Coin is available now for shipping.
Vote for Nebraska at the Face of the Decade in the '90s in this ESPN poll.
The preseason magazines aren't predicting an instant turnaround for NU in 2008.
The Signature Series wine set is now available with discount for HP readers.
Ron Kellogg Jr. shines at the Nebraska camp for quarterbacks.
Jay Norvell will see the NU-Oklahoma rivalry from the other side.
Bo Pelini strives for a healthy balance between football and family.
Matt Davison makes an impression on camp-goers in Pennsylvania.
Mike Rozier talks about the NU-OU rivalry.
The Eagles look for Stewart Bradley to fill the gap at linebacker.
NU's quarterback camp attracts strong-armed blue-chipper Cody Green.
The regents approve the new media contract with IMG.
Fans can now register for the new Football 202 clinic.
Bo Pelini says he's optimistic that Khiry Cooper will be a Husker. He also discusses the "tough situation" Bill Callahan inherited. | Notes
The Athletic Department seeks approval of a 13-year, $110 million media and marketing contract with IMG.
Grant Wistrom decides that coaching won't be a pursuit of his.
Steve Sipple mulls over the 2008 win-loss possibilities.
Check out Tad Stryker's latest column on the baseball page.
Participate in the Husker fans' salute to the troops.
Brandon Jackson adds some weight in the offseason.
Summer workouts can make or break a player.
High schoolers try to make an impression at Husker football camps.
Willie Amos signs with Winnepeg of the Canadian Football League, and Joe Dailey takes a position on Turner Gill's staff at Buffalo.
Khiry Cooper says he's still torn between college football and pro baseball.
Jason Peter tells his story of drug abuse and rehabilitation in a new book.
An interactive playbook system developed in Lincoln is winning over coaches.
Former Huskers connect at a Sandhills golf outing.
Khiry Cooper has a decision to make after going in the MLB draft's fifth round.
Grant Wistrom is hosting a charity golf event in Lincoln on Saturday.
His father's tenets still help guide Bo Pelini.
Bo Pelini's first "Football 101" raises $40,000-plus for cancer research. KETV
Tom Osborne and Bill Snyder are teaming up for a conference on mentoring.
Hunter Teafatiller is hit with another DUI arrest.
Bo Pelini discusses his working relationship with Tom Osborne.
Get your Father's Day shopping done. Special on Devaney autographed print.
John Levorson is the OWH's male state high school athlete of the year.