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March 2010

There's quality and quantity in the keen competition at cornerback.
The O-line is looking for more gain and less pain after toughing out injuries in 2009.
Ndamukong Suh will attend the spring game, and plenty of tickets remain.
All that “peso” talk is pooh-poohed by Carl Pelini. Wednesday notes: 1, 2
The spring football media guide/program is available online.
Could the "peso" defense make history repeat in an unwelcome way?
The days of film-room slumber are over for Eric Martin. | Breaking down the back 7
He shadowed Matt O'Hanlon; now Austin Cassidy hopes to follow in his footsteps.
A depth chart does exist, but it's in great flux at this stage of the spring.
Husker Dan reports back from the field after a Hunt with the Huskers.
Corn Nation breaks down the Huskers’ much deeper offensive line.
Hello, "peso": The Huskers’ base defense appears to be undergoing a change.
Player upates: Latravis Washington isn't ready to concede the QB race. | P.J. Smith is a top contender at safety. | It's a more confident Niles Paul in 2010.
Bo Pelini says the team is “way ahead” of a year ago. Monday notes: 1, 2, 3
In the mold of Todd Peterson, Joe Broekemeier appears poised for playing time.
Cody Green is set to build on what was a productive winter mentally and physically.
Will Mike Smith’s move on the O-line be permanent this time?
Marvin Sanders is there to help Prince Amukamara keep from getting caught up in the hype.
Rex Burkhead is building expectations along with his body. video
Shawn Watson likes how the O-line's depth lets him tinker and experiment. video
Notes from Saturday's practice, the first full-pads workout of spring: 1, 2, 3
It's a senior class that’s substantial in both numbers and experience.
Dreu Young has a hunger to improve in his final season. | The swagger factor
The St. Louis paper looks at the rarity of defensive tackles going first in the draft.
Carl Pelini will speak May 8 at the Northeast Kansans for Nebraska Founder's Day.
Brandon Kinnie & Niles Paul are determined to push each other to new heights.
For Roy Helu, complacency shouldn't be an issue, as the competition ramps up.
A more vocal approach is emerging on both sides of the ball. Friday notes: 1, 2 video
Get your 20% discount on the NFL Draft Bible with Suh on the cover.
David Max files a lawsuit regarding the HuskerPedia dispute.
The six-Heisman football is near a sellout. A great gift or keepsake — get yours before they're gone. | More items
Offseason mental reps gave Prince Amukamara a chance to sharpen his game.
Trey Robinson's added bulk doesn’t mean he's just a short-yardage guy.
Menelik Holt predicts great things for his former teammates in 2010.
Adjuster” Mike McNeill’s switch might help boost the running game. | Tight ends
Ndamukong Suh will speak April 5 at a Columbus chamber of commerce event.
Spring drills get under way, with Ricky Henry idled by shoulder surgery and Cody Green aiming to show what he can do at QB. Notes: 1, 2, 3 video Huskers.com photos
ESPN.com beholds the focus of No. 93: No stopping the Suh Express
Olin Buchanan of Rivals looks at Nebraska and its shot at a title run.
Ex-Husker Justin Tomerlin dies at age 27 after a skateboarding accident in California. | 2005 bio
Husker Dan presents his annual Danno Awards. His columns are now archived here, as are the Colonel's.
It's a bullish bunch as Bo Pelini & Co. meet the press to kick off what will likely be a physical three weeks of spring. More from Tuesday's press conference: Paul & Prince | McNeill’s new role | Notes: 1, 2 | OWH video | York commentary
A look at what's shaping up at wide receiver. | The competition advantage
Nickel or safety? That's the question for Eric Hagg this spring. | 5 more questions
Jared Crick knows it'll be different without Suh, and he's girding for the challenge.
Nike has some Ndamukong Suh wallpaper for your desktop.
Dave Humm pays a visit to the bulletin board.
Big Red Network looks at what's brewing at linebacker and QB, and Corn Nation does likewise at running back.
Sam McKewon lists 6 essential questions and 10 newcomers to watch this spring.
Set to start spring ball Wednesday, the Huskers say they're ignoring the early hype and pressing ahead. | Position analysis | Pelini Q&A | Shatel column
More than 10 high-profile recruits plan to be on hand for the spring game.
Newcomer Jermarcus Hardrick could create some position flexibility on the O-line.
Ex-Huskers will take to the ice March 27 in a benefit sled hockey game in Fremont.
Mike McNeill makes a switch from tight end to wide receiver.
Pierre Allen intends to emulate Suh and lead by example.
Two-sport athlete Khiry Cooper sees no reason to settle on football or baseball.
Joe Ganz sheds some light on the offense and the quarterbacks. | Running QBs
Suh & McCoy are slated for Detroit visits | Strangest mock draft yet
Ritchie Incognito gets a fresh start with the Miami Dolphins.
LJS position breakdowns: RBs, TEs, WRs, safeties, CBs, LBs
A charity fundraiser in Omaha the night before the spring game will feature the Sidetrack Band, Phillip Dillard, Matt O'Hanlon and Jacob Hickman.
Memories about Jim Ross flow in the aftermath of his passing at age 94.
Future Husker footballer Chase Harper competes in the NJCAA hoops tourney.
Marvin Sanders gives an assist to former Husker Steve Stanard at Tulane.
Bo Pelini becomes a Duke & Coach K fan during hoops season.
This year, Barrett Ruud won't be skipping voluntary workouts with Tampa Bay.
Before radio, there was the megaphone: A look at Husker play-by-play of yore.
Dejon Gomes brings heart and savvy to the defense, no matter his role.
Don’t be surprised if it’s Crick & Moore at DT this fall, Sam McKewon writes.
The Huskers emerge from winter conditioning focused on finishing. | Paul’s strides
Get your one-liners here: Brad Dickson’s week in review.
Ex-Husker Quentin Castille is leaving school early for the NFL supplemental draft.
Ken Graeber gets a 180-day jail sentence for a fatal boating accident.
jim ross Jim Ross, the longtime assistant who followed Bob Devaney from Michigan to Wyoming to Nebraska, dies at age 94.
Sorry, Uncle Ahman – Niles Paul is now the program’s 10-yard dash king.
Is it finally NU’s year? SI.com’s Stewart Mandel sizes up the Big 12 race.
Pro day in Lincoln: Suh hoopla | O’Hanlon’s opportunity | Rams’ decision | Notes | Stats photos
Tom Osborne will team up with Sonny Lubick at a May 12 event in Fort Collins, CO.
Matt Davison will be at Chicagoans for Nebraska’s Founders’ Day event March 26.
NU’s on-field momentum helps the staff carry out a bolder recruiting strategy.
Pro day in Lincoln will include some surprising names. | USA Today on Suh/McCoy
Blast from past: NU & Okie State with Barry Sanders lit up the scoreboard in ’88.
For Bo Pelini, better Octobers may be the key to lifting NU to the next level.
The football finances of nearly a century ago show that some things never change.
Patrick Kobongo helps promote the CFL in Canada’s maritime provinces.
Will the league’s television future revolve around a Big 12 network? Stay tuned.
The Holiday Bowl trouncing still haunts Arizona more than two months later.
Blake Lawrence will be honored by the state Brain Injury Association.
An Arizona quarterback gets an offer from NU and will attend the spring game.
Callow youth vs. graybeards: Go back to 1961, the last Varsity-Alumni spring game.
See which key games loom on the 2010 schedules of the top Big 12 contenders.
Current events have compelled the Colonel to make it clear where he stands.
Jamie Williams will be the featured speaker at the NORCAL4NE banquet.
The Big 12 is likely to keep moving its title games around, the league’s boss says.
Delivering a first pitch at Wrigley Field will be part of Curt Tomasevicz’s gold bonanza. | Homecoming in Shelby: 1, 2, 3 video
Will 2010 be like 1994 all over again? Several parallels are noted.
It’s shaping up as a bountiful recruiting season for NU, Sam McKewon writes.
This week’s pro-day workouts should help settle the Suh-McCoy question.
He’s a Kansas guy now, but Turner Gill can still draw a crowd in Nebraska.
The Big 12’s key returnee? In Steve Sipple’s eyes, it’s Will Muschamp. | Capsules
Gerald McCoy insists he’s a better player than Suh. But he wasn’t on Saturdays and won’t be on Sundays, Dirk Chatelain writes.
Zac Lee’s rehab during spring ball opens a window of opportunity for the other QBs.
High-def television reportedly is coming to Big 12 replay booths.
National bloggers see big possibilities ahead for Jared Crick and Baker Steinkuhler.
Kyle Vanden Bosch reaches a deal with Detroit (where Suh may or may not land).
Joe Ganz becomes a student of other offenses in his role as NU staff intern.
Visit North Texas Nebraskans and click on “March 15” for recruiting event info.
Monte Kiffin stops in Lincoln and exchanges ideas with Bo Pelini and staff. | Notes
Check out Nike's first installment of “Ndamukong Rising.”
Husker Dan checks in with some late-winter observations.
The HuskerMax™ BBS is now live.
The LJS takes a look at the dispute over HuskerPedia.™ More: 1, 2
Revisit two stunning 1958 wins that made NU the “Champions of Pennsylvania.”
Tom Osborne says NU isn’t asleep at the switch regarding conference realignment.
Are the draftniks reprising their 1998 stupidity? (Remember, we were warned.)
Jacob Hickman elaborates on his decision to pass up a shot at the NFL.
Steve Sipple ponders that season that never ends: Recruiting.
Gold medalist Curt Tomasevicz gets a rousing welcome in Omaha. | York column
Chris Kiffin leaves the NU staff to join his brother & dad at USC.
Ndamukong Suh posts some impressive numbers at the NFL Combine.