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November 2009

The Huskers rise to 20th in the coaches’ poll and 21st in AP.
Stats show that the defense has stepped up when the pressure is on. | Notes
Charlie McBride calls Ndamukong Suh “as good as there’s ever been” at NU. | More
Join the Sidetrack Band in Texas for the Big 12 game. CU pix are here.
The Huskers remain firmly atop the Holiday Bowl’s wish list.
The season’s final Walk-On Club luncheon is Dec. 10 in Lincoln with Shawn Watson and Brandon Rigoni as speakers.
Nebraska 28, Colorado 20. Game page | Pregame page | Stryker | DVD
Brook Berringer’s legacy as a player was cemented 15 years ago vs. Colorado.
Texas and Colt McCoy fend off* a stiff challenge from Texas A&M, 49-39. | Stats
Future Husker: Five things about Jay Guy.
The Denver Post looks at the scope of Nebraska’s defensive turnaround.
A year later, the kick is a blur to reluctant hero Alex Henery.
Three Huskers take time to do some sharing during Thanksgiving week.
Ron Brown says character, not X’s and O’s, is Tom Osborne’s greatest influence.
Listen to Bob Zenner’s call of the 1959 Oklahoma game.
Carl Pelini is one of 34 nominees for the Broyles Award for top assistant coach.
Watch ESPN’s interview with Ndamukong Suh.
Mitch Sherman & Sam McKewon take a look at where the offense is headed.
Nebraska’s special teams are proving to be quietly effective.
Twenty-two Huskers are first- or second-team Academic All-Big 12.
Catches aren’t the only gauge of Mike McNeill’s success. | Meet Ryan Hill
Husker Dan, David Max and Justin Prestidge file their KSU reports.
See the Week 11 rundown of Huskers in the NFL.
NU’s remaining Big 12 title game tickets go quickly. | High-demand trip
Ndamukong Suh is one of three finalists for the Outland Trophy and the Bednarik Award, and he is named the Lott Trophy defensive player of the week.
Hoping for some BCS chaos, a Fox Sports columnist picks Nebraska over Texas.
Larry Asante & Alex Henery earn Big 12 player-of-week honors.
The O-line has had to get more physical lately, and Barney Cotton sees progress on that front. | Monday notes | Commentary: McKewon, Sipple, York, Dickson
NU climbs to 23rd in the coaches’ poll but stays unranked by AP.
NU 17, Kansas State 3. Game page | Pregame page | Stryker | DVD
Future Husker: Four things about Tobi Okuyemi
Assistant coach Tim Beck discusses the offense’s evolving identity.
Saturday’s visiting recruiting prospects will include a star defensive end from Ndamukong Suh’s old stomping grounds.
Will the 2009 coaching carousel involve any NU assistants? | McKewon on Mangino
Ndamukong Suh is a Nagurski Trophy finalist. | New website
Dr. Tom downplays his influence on the offense. | Stryker on Watson
Jacob Hickman takes his old-man image in stride.
Bill Snyder’s unifying touch is working. | Shatel: Old guys rule
Eric Hagg and Dejon Gomes have become something more than nickel & dime specialists.
Huskers.com will auction sellout streak program covers donated by HuskerPedia™
Husker Dan reviews the Kansas game
Commentary: The Ozfather’s touch (1, 2) and Suh’s legacy
A hungrier and more confident Zac Lee emerges after his time on the bench.
Bid on six Heisman autographed game program and SI cover.
In the leadership department, the seniors have let their work ethic speak for itself.
There’s trouble brewing for Kansas coach Mark Mangino: 1, 2
The power "22" personnel grouping is producing big plays for the offense.
The Holiday Bowl has hopes of landing the Huskers.
The defense knows it must improve on Saturday’s outing. | Monday notes: 1, 2, 3
A Nebraska-Boise State series reportedly is under preliminary discussion.
Tom Osborne’s teams were big influences on Bill Snyder & Bob Stoops.
Justin Prestidge files his report on the Kansas game.
Carl Pelini’s influence on the defense shouldn’t be overlooked, Steve Sipple writes. More Monday commentary: McKewon, Kerkhoff, Carlton
Looking back at the KU game: Niles Paul, playmaker | Osborne’s input
From Bloomberg News, another look at Patrick Witt’s move to Yale.
The Huskers re-enter the coaches’ top 25 but don't crack the AP rankings.
NU 31, Kansas 17. Game page | Pregame page | Stryker column | DVD
Future Husker: Four things about Quincy Enunwa.
Tom Osborne and Vince Ferragamo will headline the Californians for Nebraska Founder’s Day on Jan. 23. Doc Sadler will stop by Nov. 28.
Mike Ekeler marvels at Phillip Dillard’s turnaround.
How does the defense compare to the great Blackshirt units? | K.C. Star on Suh
Brandon Kinnie has had to learn a thing or two about playing at this level — and about Husker history.
When running backs become hurdlers, their coaches become nervous.
A defiant Thunder Collins is sentenced to life in prison.
Oklahoma’s Landry Jones talks about the loss and that puzzling Hail Mary.
Alfonzo Dennard & Prince Amukamara have earned the team’s trust with their coverage skills.
Cornerback Anthony Blue serves as the team’s unofficial digital music man.
Tim Griffin and Randy York are the latest to tell the Matt O’Hanlon story.
Ndamukong Suh is one of eight semifinalists for the Lott Trophy.
Chase Harper, a junior college tight end, commits to the Huskers. | 2010 list
Husker Dan files his report on the Oklahoma game.
Johnny Rodgers will be at the UT4NE watch site for the Kansas game.
Tad Stryker: The defense’s rapid ascent shows that Tom Osborne chose wisely.
Meet Mr. Touchdown, Ryan Hill. More player features: Tyler Legate, Alfonzo Dennard
Bo Pelini says recruiting for 2010 is on track but that the staff needs to finish strong.
Ndamukong Suh is one of four Lombardi Award finalists.
See how former Huskers fared in Week 9 of NFL play.
Sam McKewon says NU should put Boise State on the 2011 schedule. | Related
Matt O’Hanlon snags Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week honors.
Saturday was another chapter in Phillip Dillard’s comeback story. | Notes: 1, 2
Roy Helu decided he had to answer the bell for the team’s sake. | Shatel on Helu
The Washington Post features Blake Lawrence* in a story about helmet safety innovations.
An NU-Texas title game would make the Big 12 brass happy, Lee Barfknecht writes.
David Max gives his 2 Cents on the OU game and the rivalry.
Lincoln Southeast lineman Jake Cotton, son of Barney, commits to NU for 2010.
The OU game begets another account of Husker hospitality from the opposition.
Congrats to Matt O’Hanlon, named Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week.
The defensive backs’ aggressiveness has risen with their confidence level.
Three perspectives on the QB quandary: McKewon, Chatelain and Sherman. | More commentary: Sipple on the game plan, McKewon's Monday review.
The top of the Big 12 North has a 1990s look to it again.
Three for the defense: Minnesota DE Tobi Okuyemi, California CB Joshua Mitchell and Texas DT Jay Guy commit to the recruting class of 2010.
Justin Prestidge checks in with his OU postgame report.
In a battle of NU’s next two foes, it’s Kansas State 17, Kansas 10. | NU-KU stats
Nebraska 10, Oklahoma 3. | Game page | Pregame page | Stryker column | DVD
In the town of Pender, there’ll be a fundraising watch party for the Colorado game featuring a huge HD screen and buffalo sandwiches.
Tom Sieler makes his points in a Las Vegas high school classroom these days.
OKC columnist Berry Tramel asks: Why can't every place be like Lincoln? 1, 2
Tickets to the home finale against K-State have become available.
There’s something about the Heisman that turns heads and opens doors.
Future Husker: Four things about Andrew Rodriguez
Fifty years later, NU’s 1959 upset of OU is still fresh in players’ memories. | More
Tom Osborne recalls his rare decisions to play true-freshman QBs. | Green up close
Even after football, Will Shields continues to clear the way.
The Nebraska-Oklahoma Heisman Legends tour gets off to a big start.
Tad Stryker looks at what it’ll take to revive NU’s running game.
Eric Martin prides himself on being a special-teams terror. Jared Crick finds himself uncomfortable in the limelight.
Tom Shatel surveys the financial hazards that football stardom can bring.
The Big 12 needs to make NU-OU an annual event again, says an OKC columnist.
Newcomers give Nebraska’s offensive huddle a “different vibe.”
Taking care of details pays off for Brandon Kinnie. Chris Brooks says he’s good to go after two weeks on the mend. Justin Blatchford recounts his big moment in Waco.
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Cody Green hopes to show his cool on the big stage.
It’s another honor for Jared Crick: Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week.
Highly touted as a recruit, Colorado’s Darrell Scott has quit the team.
Ndamukong Suh answers questions in an ESPN online chat.
Husker Dan shares his Baylor game thoughts.
See the Week 8 recap of Huskers in the NFL.
The Big 12 will discuss possible changes to its scheduling model.
Jared Crick’s big game in Waco was a special treat for 34 members of his family.
Commentary: McKewon on the O-line, Shatel on “training wheels,” York on the rivalry, McKeever on Stoops’ start
The Kansas game gets a 2:30 p.m. kickoff and an ABC regional telecast.
Monday night’s “Big Bang Theory” has a Nebraska football flavor.
Justin Prestidge reports back from the Baylor game.
Jared Crick adds to his player-of-the-week honors.
There’s room to grow for Cody Green after Saturday’s simplified outing on offense. | Notes | Monday musings: McKewon, Sipple
Ndamukong Suh is ticketed after an overnight traffic accident.
The Oklahoma game will kick off at 7 p.m. on ABC (regional).
Congrats to Jared Crick, the Walter Camp Football Foundation’s national defensive player of the week.