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September 2009

See some video from Larry the Cable Guy’s stint as guest coach.
The focus is on fundamentals as the Huskers return to practice. Afterward, all talk about Missouri is deflected. Notes: 1, 2
A decade later, Carl Crawford’s career choice raises “what ifs” for NU followers.
Rex Burkhead isn’t letting his early success go to his head.
Shawn Watson is running an efficient ship in 2009, Sam McKewon says.
Husker Dan reviews the 300th sellout game and others in the streak.
See how Husker players in the NFL fared in last weekend’s games.
Chris Brooks emerges as a go-to guy. P.J. Smith gets valuable snaps at safety.
Justin Prestidge and David Max check in with the LA-Lafayette assessments.
ULL radio man Jay Walker comes away enthralled by the Lincoln experience.
Rickey Thenarse will be out for a while, Bo Pelini says as the Mizzou buildup starts.
David Max shares some photos from the ’62 players’ reunion and the game.
With injuries in the secondary, younger players may need to step up. | Notes
Sam McKewon's Monday review | Steve Sipple on coaching & parity
Check out videos from the stands and at the Sidetrack Band performance. Also, a photo gallery, courtesy of Dennis Hubbard
Baylor QB Robert Griffin is lost for the season with a torn ACL.
Download the OWH pages on the head coaches of the sellout streak. | Retro section
Mike Mandelko & Randy Theiss will be Saturday’s Legends Radio Show guests.
The Huskers stay at No. 24 in the coaches' poll and rise to 23rd in AP.
See how Nebraska and Missouri match up statistically four games into the season.
Thursday’s meeting of the Walk-On Club, at 11:30 a.m. at Lincoln Station, will feature Jeff Jamrog and Todd Peterson as speakers.
Correll Buckhalter has had to overcome a lot to continue playing on Sundays.
Nebraska 55, Louisiana-Lafayette 0. Game page | Pregame page | Stryker column | DVD
Louisiana native Neil Smith grew up one snowy morning in Lincoln.
What makes a game day click? The work of more than 3,400 people. photos
Future Husker: Six things to know about Donovan Vestal.
Past Husker: Scott Shanle suddenly finds himself on highlight reels with the Saints.
The sellout milestone finds Sam McKewon reflecting on the state of the fan base. More from the streak: Richard Voges, 316 games | Romantic place | Where sellouts are rare | Mural unveiling | Denver perspective
Ricky Henry and Marcel Jones intend to learn from their mistakes of last Saturday.
Tom Osborne sees parallels between his toughest losses & the game in Blacksburg.
Steve Sipple says Bo Pelini’s style makes a letdown unlikely. | McKewon’s five keys
Revisit the milestone games of the sellout streak: 1, 50, 100, 150, 200, 250
Husker Dan checks in with his thoughts about the Virginia Tech game.
Coaches and teammates stand up for Matt O’Hanlon.
Shawn Watson says the red-zone offense will be fine.
Radio highlights from the 1962 season will air this weekend. More from The Streak: Players who grew up as fans | Willis & Fran Regier (1, 2) | Don & Bill Bryant | Rod Hansen | Shatel commentary | Photo galleries: Callahan, Pelini, Stadium, Life in ’62
Patrick Witt likes the playing time and the academics at Yale.
It’s a new round in the Greatest Heisman Moments balloting.
At least seven recruits are making their official visits this weekend.
More memories from the sellout streak: Alton Wilhelms, 297/300 | Solich gallery
The OWH’s Dirk Chatelain wonders whether Bo Pelini’s fourth-and-1 call was the right one.
Player features: Sean Fisher, Eric Hagg, Alex Henery
The Colonel is encouraged that for the first time in a while, Nebraska fielded the better team against a highly regarded opponent.
Here’s the Week 2 report on Huskers in the NFL.
David Max gives his 2 cents on the Va. Tech weekend. | Justin Prestidge column
Shawn Watson says there’s no rethinking “what we do in the red zone.”
Bo Pelini allows his anger to essentially shortchange the fans, Tom Shatel says.
Zac Lee misses Monday’s practice with his left thumb wrapped.
Alex Henery earns Big 12 special teams player of the week honors.
Bo Pelini comments on the TD that wasn’t and on moving forward.
Enjoy videos from VA Tech: Sidetrack pre-game and post-game, game video.
Sam McKewon says the moment of truth comes on Oct. 8. Steve Sipple says Roy Helu made a big impression on the big stage. | Notes
The loss stung, but it felt good to play again, says Phillip Dillard.
A new Athletic Dept. mural commemorates the sellout milestone.
Related: Dale Sall, 292/300 games | Devaney photos | Weekend events
The Huskers slip to No. 24 in the coaches’ poll and No. 25 in AP.
Va. Tech 16, Nebraska 15. Game page | Pregame page | Stryker column | DVD
Zack Bowman will make his first career start Sunday for the NFL’s Bears.
Future Husker: Five things to know about Walker Ashburn
Bo Pelini kept the door open for Collins Okafor’s return.
Matt O’Hanlon’s story is all about never giving up on a dream.
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Let the season begin in earnest: The Colonel is stirring.
Ricky Henry has been able to keep his fiery side under control.
I-back Collins Okafor is back on the team.
Jason Peter wants to see a meaner streak in Ndamukong Suh.
Zac Lee the playmaker has proved adept at game management.
Carl Pelini explains Phillip Dillard’s move to WILL ’backer.
Bo Pelini confirms that Collins Okafor has left the team.
The playing time that true freshmen are getting could provide a boost to recruiting.
Justin and Husker Dan file their Arkansas State reviews.
Sam McKewon: Weeks like this are part of the reason Ndamukong Suh returned.
See the Week 1 rundown of Huskers in the NFL.
Are the Huskers ready for a big step up? Tad Stryker takes a look.
David Max gives his 2 Cents on the Arkansas State game and interviews Larry Tomlinson from the 1962 team.
Shades of the Gotham Bowl: The Big 12 and Big East appear set to OK a 2010 bowl game* at Yankee Stadium.
See if there’s anyone you recognize in HuskerPete’s fan videos.
Johnny Rodgers could use your vote in Round 2 of the Greatest Heisman Moments.
Sam McKewon files his Monday review of the Arkansas State game.
NU rises to 19th in the AP poll and remains at 18th in the coaches’ poll.
NU 38, Arkansas State 9 | Game page | Pregame page | Stryker column | DVD
Past Husker: Demoine Adams’ scholarly side flourished in Lincoln
Future Husker: Five things you should know about Mike Moudy
Boyd Epley will be honored before Saturday’s game.
Earlier snaps for Cody Green? Shawn Watson tells a Big Red Breakfast crowd that the freshman QB must earn them. video
What’s the big deal about huddle tempo? The coaches explain.
“He'll get his touches,” Shawn Watson says of Niles Paul.
Tom Shatel on football scheduling: It's not 1981 anymore.
See highlights from coach Ron Brown’s presentation at Football 202.
Cornerback Ciante Evans from Texas commits to NU. | 2010 list
Blake Lawrence & his new helmet have passed their first big test. More player features: Sean Fisher, Will Compton, Mike Caputo
Cody Green says he has just a small fraction of the playbook down pat, but he still has impressed the likes of Tommie Frazier.
Bluecreek is back and he has a new 2009 Husker desktop.
Baker Steinkuhler “has the tools to become a horse” on the D-line, his dad says. More player features: Antonio Bell, Josh Williams, Roy Helu, Zac Lee
Bo Pelini says the defense was soft against FAU and must improve. More from Tuesday’s press conference: Frustrating night for Niles Paul | Notes: 1, 2 | Video: Pelini, Suh, Lawrence
Will Compton learns a thing or two from Barrett Ruud.
Husker Dan writes about the Florida Atlantic game.
A boating accident involving ex-Husker Ken Graeber takes the life of a Husker fan.
Ricky Henry makes strides by becoming a better student of the game.
It was hard to get a read on the Huskers, despite the lopsided score, Sam McKewon says in his Monday review.
Curenski Gilleylen was surpised to play such a significant role Saturday night. | Sunday notes
Justin files his This Just In commentary and David Max gives his 2 Cents on the Florida Atlantic game.
Fans on Saturday got a look at freshmen who could be key pieces of the future. Steve Sipple says Cody Green’s performance must be kept in proper perspective.
NU gets a commitment from safety Harvey Jackson from Texas for 2010.
NU 49, Fla. Atlantic 3. Game page | Pregame page | Stryker column | DVD
Next week's foe, Arkansas State, romps over Mississippi Valley State, 61-0. Virginia Tech,* meanwhile, loses by 10 to Alabama.
Roy Helu and Alex Henery pay an important visit to a longtime fan.
His family’s journey has shaped Ndamukong Suh.
Tommie Frazier is flourishing in his adopted state, and his success has nothing to do with fame, fortune or power.
A spotlight on walk-ons: Wes Cammack and three from Wauneta.
Future Husker: Four things you should know about Tyler Gabbert
Tom Osborne leads the kickoff celebration for the Student Life Complex.
The Broncos release Nate Swift. An injury sidelines the Rams’ Adam Carriker.
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From Sam McKewon, five keys to the Florida Atlantic game.
Steve Sipple doesn’t see a redshirt season coming for Cody Green.
No load seems great enough to turn Roy Helu away from the positive. More player features: Zac Lee, the Arizona bunch
At last, there’s a depth chart to pore over. | Discussion
For NU’s young linebackers, growing up fast has been a must. For the cornerbacks, steady consistency remains elusive.
Will Cody Green play? The staff isn’t tipping its hand.
A HuskersNside subscription now includes a Classic Game of the Week.
Tad Stryker wonders: Can the team run between the tackles with success this year?
Husker Dan is hoping to witness a little payback Saturday night.
Cast your vote: Johnny Rodgers is one of 16 Greatest Heisman Moments contenders.
Tom Osborne is part of a Wall Street Journal look at why football coaches lean GOP.
“Championships are won by teams that rush the football,” Shawn Watson says in discussing his multiple offense.
Ndamukong Suh embraces his status as a “marked man” and uses it for motivation. Alex Henery gets along fine without a kicking specialist on the coaching staff. More player features: Marcel Jones, Jacob Hickman, D.J. Jones
Tom Osborne’s book touches on what went wrong under the previous regime.
Ted Gilmore says fans need not panic about the recruiting for 2010.
Bo Pelini has some anxieties right now, but he’s confident in QB Zac Lee. More from Tuesday’s press conference: Video of Lee, Suh, Pelini, Asante, | Notes: 1, 2