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August 2010

AP's national football writer predicts a Huskers-'Canes Orange Bowl. | NU preview
Bo Pelini wants the competition at quarterback to continue. Commentary: McKewon, Sipple, Shatel | Notes: 1, 2, 3 | Video: Bo, Carl, Players | Quotes
Five of eight ESPN analysts pick Nebraska to win the Big 12.
Jake Cotton pleads not guilty in an assault case from last fall.
October looms as a key stretch for the Cornhuskers.
A quarterback rotation could present a cadence challenge for the offensive line.
The NFL has Ndamukong Suh's rough play from Saturday under review.
New starters await the trial by fire that only a live game provides. | WKU preview
True freshmen are showing up in greater numbers on depth charts around the league.
The Austin paper previews the Big 12 North: 1, 2 | Barfknecht's ratings
Lincoln extends bar closing hours to 2 a.m., a move opposed by Tom Osborne.
Three games that will shape the Big 12 Championship | Worst game of week
Eric Crouch: From running the option to running a business.
Joel Mackovica partners with the Grant Wistrom Foundation to form Husker Hope.
The L.A. Times' Chris Dufresne pegs the Huskers at No. 3.
Austin Cassidy earns a scholarship. More from Monday's practice: 1, 2, 3
The OWH explores the behind-the-scenes action that led Nebraska to the Big Ten.
For Western Kentucy coach Willie Taggart, resilience is an important theme.
Several Huskers show up on Kirk Herbstreit's Herbie Award lists.
NU's final Big 12 road trips are certain to include some less-than-warm welcomes.
Download the Nebraska pregame notes for the Western Kentucky game.
Fans are reminded of a couple of new stadium policies. | 2010 fan guide
Maurice Clarett officially joins Ahman Green in the Omaha Nighthawks backfield.
Bid to play golf with Brenden Stai or Matt Davison at Jason Peter's Oct. 15 event.
Bo Pelini says there's been no decision on a starting quarterback.
It's not too early to get educated about all the Big Ten's traveling trophies.
Eric Crouch touts exercise and nutrition at the Nebraska State Fair.
Another 2010 forecast has Nebraska in the national championship game.
Check out the Sunday OWH's Husker season preview: PDF | HTML
ESPN.com's David Ubben has some Big 12 predictions, fearless and otherwise.
Sam McKewon lists lessons learned from NU's Big 12 years. | Sipple's crystal ball
The Huskers are counting on a return of some of that old versatility on offense.
It's a tough way to start for Willie Taggart and Western Kentucky | The streak
See the Husker preview at Pre-Snap Read, which ranks NU fifth nationally: 1, 2
The Huskers are a Memphis columnist's pick to win it all in 2010. | On the way up
Mike McNeill is feeling settled in among the wide receivers.
CBSSports.com's All-Americans: Crick, 1st team; Amukamara, 2nd; Henery, 3rd
Nebraska's quality cornerbacks are like a security blanket for Carl Pelini.
Kyler Reed, packing 10 more pounds, aims to be a more physical tight end.
Steve Sipple discusses NU football with Huskers GameDay.
Special teams have a way of giving walk-ons an opportunity to shine.
Tom Shatel forecasts an 11-3 season. More commentary: Hamar | Kerkhoff | Dickson
There's a plan at QB, but Bo Pelini isn't revealing it. | Saturday's practice: 1, 2, 3
The Boulder paper's season preview includes some Big Red morsels: 1, 2, 3
There's probably no perfect way to slice the Big Ten.
Western Kentucky names its team captains as it wraps up fall camp.
The New York Times forecasts a Sugar Bowl berth for the Huskers vs. Alabama.
Carl Pelini says the defense's M.O. might differ from last year's. | Expanded role
A 2:30 p.m. kickoff appears likely for the Nebraska-Texas game.
Lee Corso predicts a Nebraska-Florida national championship game.
The Washington Huskies look leaner and meaner after offseason conditioning.
Here's information about the PPV telecast of the NU-Western Kentucky game.
Jay Moore explains why he chose Omaha's team over America's team.
WKU's coach and Tommie Frazier share the same Florida roots. | Gearing up
Jared Crick joins Pierre Allen on the Lombardi Award watch list.
All three of the contenders at QB have enhanced their games, Shawn Watson says without hinting at who's the leader. Notes from Thursday's practice: 1, 2, 3
Frank the Tank is afraid the Big Ten will be the next New Coke. | Shatel's take
Can northern teams rise again in college football? Tom Osborne says yes.
Starting Mizzou tailback Derrick Washington is hit with an indefinite suspension.
Carl Pelini marvels at what walk-ons add to the program. | Wesch's goal
Sporting News' preseason countdown puts Nebraska at No. 7.
Four from the Grand Island paper: Redshirting | The culture | O-line | Secondary
Chase Rome and Quincy Enunwa are listed among Big 12 freshmen to watch.
Sam McKewon analyzes the Husker secondary and what makes it so good.
A three-pack from Columbia: Era-ending year | One missed block | Big 12 capsules
Joe Paterno remembers it, even if most of us don't: His first game against Nebraska.
Husker Dan shares stories and photos from the 1970 reunion.
It's team first for Roy Helu Jr. as he climbs the career rushing charts. | Snubbed
Barry Alvarez reveals a couple of pieces of the Big Ten puzzle. | Iowa perspective
Big12Sports.com offers a video preview of the Huskers. More: 1, 2, 3
You can meet former Blackshirts at the Strategic Air & Space Museum on Saturday during a special edition of the Legends Radio Show.
The Omaha Nighthawks, with a few ex-Huskers aboard, are creating a buzz.
Preseason polls can prove pivotal come season's end.
Western Kentucky turns its focus to Nebraska as fall camp nears an end.
Jim Delany discusses Ohio State vs. Michigan and other scheduling issues.
Joe Dailey's twist-filled college career prepared him for coaching.
Pat Forde looks at how the steady Tom Osborne became an agent of change.
A personal tragedy helps fuel the determination of Dontrayevous Robinson.
David Ubben previews the Big 12, and Nebraska tops his list of things to watch.
Husker fans in Texas can now get their own specialty license plates.
Sean Fisher's injury gives Eric Martin a greater sense of urgency.
A Nebraska travel agent is now a major Washington season-ticket owner.
With the team now in a challenging stretch, Tuesday's practice leaves Bo Pelini less than pleased. Notes: 1, 2, 3, 4 | Photos: 1, 2
Two more years? Colorado's Big 12 exit might not coincide with Nebraska's after all.
Matt O'Hanlon gets a third chance as he signs with the Giants.
It's gone but certainly not forgotten: The fumblerooski. | 1979 | 1983 | 1992
Bo Pelini says Nebraska is not a steppingstone job.
Game manager or game changer? Steve Sipple sizes up the QB race. | Shatel's take
Phil Steele discusses Nebraska football with HuskersGameDay.
LB Eric Martin says he's cutting down on mental mistakes. | Story lines for 2010
Hey, who says it's too early for a game-by-game forecast of 2011?
Tom Osborne comes out against a proposed 2 a.m. bar closing time in Lincoln.
Former Washington TE Kavario Middleton won't be enrolling at Nebraska after all.
Maurice Clarett hopes to join Ahman Green in the Omaha Nighthawks backfield.
Dennis Dodd previews the Big 12, with an emphasis on NU vs. Texas.
College Football News' top 100 players include Jared Crick and Prince Amukamara.
Stryker: NU's mystique must include a strong running game. | McKewon's takes
Adi Kunalic paces himself in hopes of swinging a strong leg all season long.
Safety Anthony West brings a new mind-set to his new position.
From Big Ten country, two perspectives on the Nebraska effect: Pennsylvania, Iowa
New, thicker-padded stadium rental seats will replace the old canvas ones.
It's been a rough stretch for injuries, with Dreu Young the latest casualty, but Bo Pelini isn't fretting. | Sipple: Heat is on at fall camp
Bo Pelini's passion for his people gives him phenomenal potential, says Joe Moglia.
Focusing the fury is an ongoing process for offensive guard Ricky Henry.
Bo Pelini meets the press after Saturday's practice. | QB battle | Notes: 1, 2, 3
NU opens at No. 8 in the AP poll, the Huskers' highest ranking in nearly eight years.
A year's experience and a robust O-line have Rex Burkhead excited.
Graham Spanier sees the history between Penn State & NU as worth cultivating.
Will Henry hopes to replicate Chris Brooks' senior-year blueprint. | Friday notes
Ohio State & Michigan appear headed for separate Big Ten divisions: 1, 2 | BBS
Four skybox suite tickets for the Texas game are the grand prize in this church raffle.
From Huskers.com, a progress report on the first two weeks of fall camp.
Alex Henery is named to the watch list for the Lou Groza Award.
Corso & Herbstreit agree on this: Huskers vs. Sooners for the league title.
Steve Sipple and Tom Shatel reflect on Bo Pelini's media ban.
"Finish" is the word for the Huskers, says SI.com's Andy Staples. | Big 12 breakdown
The Husker staff awaits highly touted running back Aaron Green's decision.
The Sports Network previews the Washington Huskies and Jake Locker.
Scout.com lists six Huskers among its top 150 NFL draft prospects for 2011.
Dennis Dodd discusses Nebraska football with HuskersGameday.
There's no news from Thursday's practice, but here are more than a dozen photos.
Huskers show up in these College Football News rankings: DT, DE, CB, TE, K, KR
Opponent roundup: Texas A&M tries a new defensive scheme. | S. Dakota State aims again for postseason play. | W. Kentucky tries to recapture its winning heritage.
Two more stories focus on fullback Tyler Legate: 1, 2
Farmers can support Husker athletics via the Cornhusker Co-op.
Ryon Bingham, now with the Chargers, hit rock bottom after his foot injury in 2000.
As Bo Pelini sounds ready to back off his media blackout, pundits weigh in on the issue: Shatel, Sipple, Babcock, Ubben | Anthony Blue out | Big 12 injuries
Successes against the Blackshirts give the offense reason for hope. | Wiley veterans
The Memphis Area Huskers have a new official watch site this season.
The ground game will define the offense, Sam McKewon writes. | Tough Tyler Legate
It took Blaine Gabbert months to shake the effects of that big sack by Suh.
Stewart Mandel of SI.com discusses NU's title chances and the conference switch.
The Durham Museum will open an exhibit of interest to Husker fans on Aug. 28.
Bo Pelini shuts off media access to practices until Saturday.
Mike McNeill is lighter but adds another bruising element to the receiving corps.
Sean Fisher is feared lost for 2010 with a leg injury. | Tues. notes: 1, 2, 3, 4
A “rejuvenated” Kavario Middleton discusses his decision to transfer to Nebraska.
Safety P.J. Smith is calmer and smarter than a year ago. | Rex Burkhead Q&A
Jim Delany says 2015 is the earliest any move to a 9-game Big 10 slate could occur.
Jared Crick comes in at No. 15 in a countdown of top Big 12 players. | Helu No. 20
Being double- and triple-teamed fails to rattle Ndamukong Suh.
A refocused Redout Around The World website has its launch. | Osborne comments
NU has the nation's No. 5 defensive line and No. 10 secondary, says Rivals.com.
Niles Paul makes the watch list for the new Paul Hornung Award for versatility.
Act now to get in on Californians for Nebraska's ticket drawing for the season opener.
Sports-agent laws, such as the one crafted by Tom Osborne, are rarely enforced.
Kavario Middleton, a tight end dismissed by Washington, plans to enroll at Nebraska.
Brian Brown's printable schedule is now available for downloading.
It's all coming together for the defense systemwise, Carl Pelini says. Meanwhile, Bo Pelini sees the team getting more and more focused and mentally tough.
Consistency is the key to more playing time for Will Henry. More player features: DeJon Gomes | Alex Henery Q&A | Notes from Monday: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Bubba Starling impresses on the mound at the Under Armour All-American Game.
A more-rested defense could be a difference-maker for the Huskers.
Highlights from ESPN's college football preview: Must see | Title shot | Pro prospects
The dog days of fall camp can take their toll. | McKewon's Monday takes
Linebackers coach Mike Ekeler's enthusiasm dates back to his playing days.
It's a day for focusing on a trio of tight ends: Kyler Reed, Ben Cotton, Dreu Young
Matt Slauson learned all about fighting the odds from members of his family.
Prince Amukamara tops a list of Big 12 NFL-ready players. | Video breakdown
The coaches expect big improvement this month from defensive end Jason Ankrah.
The Big 10 & Big 12 are placed on opposite ends of the conference threat spectrum.
Rivals.com gives Nebraska a No. 5 preseason ranking | Fiutak on NU's title chances
Phillip Dillard shows lots of fire in preseason camp with the Giants.
Memories and good times flow at the 1970 team reunion in Omaha.
Mike McNeill's move could pay dividends on the scoreboard for the Huskers.
The Denver Post previews Nebraska and its still-scary defense.
Ndamukong Suh makes his presence felt in his NFL preseason debut.
The life skills program is taking on added emphasis under Tom Osborne.
Bo Pelini will lean on Shawn Watson's expertise in deciding the QB race.
The OWH is the latest to write about how the Cottons ended up together in Lincoln.
A true freshman makes an impression. More from Saturday's scrimmage: 1, 2, 3
Jim Delany says the Big 10 is about a month away from deciding on its divisions.
Khiry Cooper's two-sport routine means he has catching up to do. | Jared Crick Q&A
It's not just at the peso spot where versatility is the byword. | Fri. notes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
No longer hobbled, Terrence Moore expects bigger things. | Pierre Allen Q&A
A bigger, more sure Dontreyevous Robinson knows he's not just a short-yardage guy.
In Green Bay, Brandon Jackson improved habits bring noticeable results.
Phil Ellis provides some Big Red cheer at a Grand Island veterans' home.
The Walk-On Club announces its fall lineup of events.
As two-a-days begin, Bo Pelini scotches rumors that Taylor Martinez was AWOL.
Mike McNeill & Mike Smith will pick up their diplomas on Saturday.
Jared Crick says his NFL decision will wait until season's end.
OKC columnist Berry Tramel would like to see one last hurrah in December for NU-Oklahoma.
ESPN's Big 12 blogger ranks Nebraska's quarterbacking 10th in the league.
The much-anticipated NU game has become a distraction for South Dakota State.
Fans of the marching band should mark Aug. 20 on their calendars.
Ndamukong Suh eagerly awaits his NFL exhibition debut Saturday night.
Shawn Watson is poised to get smart again in fans' eyes, Tom Shatel writes.
It's a more motivated and vocal Roy Helu his final time around. | Tyler Legate Q&A
A look at defensive ends Josh Williams and Cameron Meredith | Thursday notes
Matt Slauson is in a friendly battle for the starting left-guard spot with the Jets.
The rivalry between the receivers and cornerbacks is less one-sided this year.
Surrounded by family, Ben Cotton is ready to take leadership and starting roles.
Barry Switzer says there's nothing that will replace the OU-Nebraska rivalry.
Highlights from SI's preview issue: Defense rules | NU at No. 9 | Texas wins Big 12
Huskers Gameday analyzes the coaching staff and its stability: 1, 2, 3, 4
Wide receiver Khiry Cooper works hard at becoming a better blocker.
AP looks at the Huskers and the high expectations for 2010.
Fourteen of the newest Huskers help brighten the day of hospital patients.
Marvin Sanders sees Eric Hagg as someone you can build a defense around.
The linebackers stay upbeat despite lessened opportunities. Wednesday notes: 1, 2, 3
The O-line takes a hit as a broken leg sidelines Mike Smith for the season. | Bio
ESPN's Brian Griese predicts an 11-1 season for Nebraska, and StatePaper's Sam McKewon has an identical forecast. | Rivals.com Big 12 preview
Replacing the middle of the defense will be pivotal for the 2010 Huskers.
Nebraska places 11th in ESPN staffers' preseason power rankings.
Dontrayevous Robinson makes it a three-man race at I-back. | A look at Helu
Lavonte David is rising fast in the competition at linebacker.
DBs Anthony West and Anthony Blue bounce back from setbacks.
Brandon Jackson emerges as a kickoff returner with Green Bay.
AP's college football writer calls NU-Texas one of six must-see games for 2010.
Niles Paul is named to the Biletnikoff Award watch list, Jared Crick is on the Walter Camp Award list, and Pierre Allen is on the Ted Hendricks Award list.
The Huskers hold Tuesday's practice indoors. | Kunalic Q&A | Notes: 1, 2, 3, 4
Tom Shatel says now is the time to schedule NU vs. Oklahoma for 2021.
An improved injury situation fuels optimism on the O-line. | Caputo measures up
Monday's practice was in half pads and extreme heat. | Notes: 1, 2, 3, 4
Niles Paul expresses regret for his alcohol-related offense last spring.
Roy Helu, Jared Crick & Prince Amukamara are named to national award watch lists.
Dennis Dodd makes a case for putting Ohio State & Michigan in separate divisions.
Brandon Kinnie draws motivation from his near miss vs. Texas. | Kyler Reed Q&A
Spunk, sass and style are emerging as hallmarks of the Huskers. | McKewon's takes
It’s time for Huskers to start earning their way into the Top 10, Tad Stryker writes.
From Indianapolis, an update on Cody Glenn.
DeJon Gomes' ball-hawk mentality serves him well. | Hagg & the Peso
The race at quarterback begins in earnest as the Huskers have their first practice of fall camp. | Commentary: Sipple, Shatel | Notes: 1, 2, 3, 4 | 2010 Media Guide
College Football News rolls out its Big 12 Preview.
Fan Day observations: Huskers.com; Sam McKewon: Big Red Swagger, O-Line Options, photos; OWH: Quarterbacks, Turnout, photos. KOLN video.
Delany wants Big 10 divisions decided next month. Bielema wants NU rivalry game.
Mike McNeill stays focused on this season. Keith Williams watching his back.
Fall Camp starts Saturday. The quarterback situation remains the center of attention.
Randy York's N-Sider: Tomasevicz giving NASCAR a shot.
Nebraska is ranked ninth in the USA Today preseason poll. BBS.
Sam McKewon discusses the need for attitude and has fall camp questions.
Bo Pelini is pumped he can finally run the football.
Nebraska's move to the Big 10 will cause a change in the lyrics to the KU fight song.
Sipple: Coaches are keeping an open mind about the quarterback competition.
Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis is chosen for the inaugural Big 10 title game.
Order the 2010 season on DVD which could have a Top 10 finish.
The Wall Street Journal and WallStreetHusker give perspectives on the Big 10 move.
Ndamukong Suh wastes no time getting placed on the Lions' first team.
Fan Day set for Saturday. Recruit Jamal Turner is a fan of Joe Ganz.
Sam McKewon looks at the "Prove It" players on offense and defense.
Ndamukong Suh agrees to a five-year deal with the Lions worth $68 million, $40 million guaranteed.
Big Ten players look forward to playing Huskers. Move will not affect Texas recruiting. More: Mandell, Musselman, Seligman, McKeever, Barfknecht, Shatel. 1, 2
Sam McKewon ranks NU, OU and UT at the top of the Big 12 special teams.
Big 10 Media Day One: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, BBS
Pierre Allen confident going in to senior season.
Prince Amukamara on the Jim Thorpe Award preseason watch list.
Big 10 Media Days begin in Chicago. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Watch it live.
NewOrleansSaints.com interviews Shanle. Lions feed off Vanden Bosch's intensity.
TCU, Arkansas, and Houston lead a list to replace NU and CU in the Big 12.
Take a trip down memory lane with this 1993 Nebraska tribute to Johnny Carson.