• Another Big Ten school adds a familiar face to its coaching staff.
• Ahman Green confirms reports from early February that he's headed to Montreal.
• Sam McKewon wonders if Bo Pelini will change how he manages the Huskers.
• Mike Ekeler sizes up the Big Ten offenses and how they affect a defense's scheme.
• The depth chart could get an overhaul along with the offense's scheme.
• Bo Pelini lends his motivational skills to the tennis team.
• It's a condensed group of recruits in Lincoln for junior day.
• A top Big Ten official talks about NU, scheduling challenges and the TV landscape.
• Alex Henery plans to let his skills do most of the talking at the NFL Combine.
• Dennis Dodd has Memorial Stadium at No. 7 in his ranking of college football venues.
• Blake Lawrence tells what's at stake in the effort to reduce brain injuries in sports.
• Nebraska is in three out of the five games to watch in the Big Ten this season.
• Don't miss Patrick Kabongo & Chris Kelsay on Saturday's Legends Radio Show.
• The LJS looks at the contenders for key roles on the offensive line.
• The break during spring drills is a new wrinkle at NU, but it's not unique.
• Angry Dad looks at potential Big 10 rivalries and reflects back on the Big 12 ones.
• The Big 12's reduced inventory makes it tough to create enough TV-worthy games.
• More on the new guys: John Garrison is making his biggest position switch yet. Corey Raymond is ready to tap his NFL experience.
• Sam McKewon's Monday takes: On Bo's staff choices and Doc's clutch coaching.
• Tom Osborne discusses differences between armchair QB'ing and real play-calling.
• Bo Pelini saw the right fit in new assistants Rich Fisher & John Garrison.
• With spring ball just three weeks away, peruse the 11 roster, now sortable by state.
• QB recruit Bubba Starling says he's fine with the changes on offense.
• Eric Crouch isn't surprised to see John Garrison move up the coaching ladder.
• Former NU defensive coordinator Kevin Cosgrove joins the staff at Akron.
• Hear stories from Cory Ross and Titus Adams on Saturday's Legends Radio Show.
• The two new hires on defense exemplify Bo Pelini's tenets of trust, talent and tenacity, Randy York writes. | Watson to Louisville now official
• Ross Els discusses his ties with Bo Pelini and says he's excited to be back in Nebraska. More on the coaching changes: Sipple & Christpherson | Shatel
• Husker Dan adds up some numbers that help define NU's last 11 years in the Big 12.
• Tom Shatel says farewell to John Lyons, a rare breed of football fan.
• Shawn Watson reportedly has landed at Louisville as quarterbacks coach.
• The changes in staff are finally official. Welcome aboard, coaches Raymond, Fisher, Garrison & Els. | Discuss | Commentary: McKewon, Hinton | Assistants, 1926-2011
• Watch as Sipple & Christopherson analyze the competition at running back.
• Ahman Green has agreed to terms with the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL.
• Nebraska had three of the top one-man shows of 2010 in the Big 12.
• Spring game ticket sales have topped 35,000.
• A Tulsa scribe omits "golf pro" Rich Fisher's football credentials until the very end.
• Sam Keller's lawsuit against EA Sports has Hollywood against him.
• Sam McKewon's Monday takes touch on recruiting, staff changes and the Big Ten.
• Harrison Beck lands with the Alabama franchise of the Indoor Football League.
• See how Rivals.com ranks the Big Ten recruiting classes by position.
• John Bishop examines the reported hires in a special edition of Sunday School.
• Share tailgating culinary ideas in the new Max's Kitchen section of the BBS.
• A November article from Boston provides insights about coach Rich Fisher.
• Don't judge NU's new staffers too much by their resumes, Sam McKewon writes,
• Nebraska appears set to return to a system of two offensive-line coaches.
• Husker Dan goes over some history about NU against Top 10 competition.
• Tommie Frazier will speak at a South Florida Huskers luncheon on April 2.
• The LJS explains the reasons behind this year's unusual spring schedule.
• The K.C. Star is the latest to report on the decision that looms for Bubba Starling.
• Lynn Finney, the troubled former Husker who once stole from Tom Osborne, dies of cancer at age 57. His story, as told two summers ago: 1, 2
• Troy Watchorn & Jason Schwab will be Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests.
• ESPN lists Tim Beck as one of the top recruiters among assistant coaches.
• It's not all about football as Eric Hagg makes an appearance at Lexington High.
• Bo Pelini is believed to have completed his staff changes.
• Seventy Huskers are named to the Big 12 honor roll for the fall semester.
• Brandon Jackson isn't about to take the Packers' Super Bowl win for granted.
• Former Husker Kenny Wilson signs with the Nebraska Danger of the IFL.
• An NFL job could be in the works for Shawn Watson.
• Angry Dad weighs in on the anticipated changes in the offense.
• ESPN.com's David Ubben recaps an eventful 12 months in Nebraska football.
• There are a few tickets left for the Pelini, Osborne, Perlman event in California.
• Tim Beck is a coach who is no stranger to taking on tough projects.
• Scott Frost intends to stay put at Oregon, the LJS reports.
• Dirk Chatelain doesn't see Bo Pelini picking another stranger as offensive coordinator.
• Sam McKewon shoots down the notion that the media is out to get Bo.
• Check out the LJS's map of the recruiting landscape of Big Ten country.
• Ron Brown will speak March 12 at Northeast Kansans for Nebraska's Founder's Day.
• Scott Frost and Notre Dame's Ed Warinner appear to be on NU's radar, but only a coordinator position might entice Frost. | Pelini: No openings on offensive staff
• Charles Jackson's dad says all's well between the recruit and the NU staff.
• An Oregon source confirms Nebraska's interest in Scott Frost.
• Charles Jackson isn't happy about being out of the loop about Marvin Sanders.
• Former Husker Dave Redding gets ready for the Super Bowl as a Packers staffer.
• Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests: Brian Blankenship, Tom Rathman, Bill Lewis
• Ndamukong Suh wins another NFL Rookie of the Year honor.
02 WED – SIGNING DAY 2011
• Hear Bo Pelini's signing-day teleconference, where word about a new defensive assistant sparked speculation and unanswered questions. | The Big Ten factor
• Defensive tackle Todd Peat provides a flourish to NU's signing day by joining the Huskers' southern-studded class. Get the latest updates and join the discussions: BBS | Live chat | Huskers.com | LJS | OWH | H'Max recruiting page
• The conference change becomes more tangible today as the Big Ten Network includes NU in its recruiting coverage and 11 new rivals size up the Husker class.
• It's a day to dream big about the future, including a promising bunch on the O-line. Will Nebraska be able to snag one more big fish on signing day?
• Bo Pelini opts for a signing-day teleconference instead of the usual press conference.
• Get to know the three 2011 recruits already on campus: Turner, Williams & Moore.
• Nine Huskers receive official invitations to the NFL Combine.
• There'll be suspense on signing day, as a few of Nebraska's targets are waiting to make their decisions known. | Lockhart to VaTech | Turene eyes NU | 2011 list
• Linebacker David Santos might be one of the steals of the recruiting class.
• NU will be near the bottom of the Big Ten in terms of returning starters in 2011.
• Order your copy of Big Red Rivals, the acclaimed OWH book in its second printing.