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May 2011

31 TUE
Cody Green will get Bo Pelini's help as he transfers to another school.
Here are the Nebraska logos for the rebranded Big Ten Network.
Jared Crick comes in at No. 68 on CBSSports.com's "most influential" list for 2011.
For Bo Pelini, the rumor mill won't go away soon. | Sipple: Who'd want the job? | Shatel: Audition time for Pelini? | Stryker: Would Bo bite?
Former NU walk-on Scott Shanle talks about his continuing NFL career: 1, 2
Don't wait for the last minute to shop for Father's Day: Framed pieces | More
It's camp season, with guys like Drew Ott hoping to impress.
There may be more trouble brewing for Terrelle Pryor. | Big Red opportinity?
30 MON
Registration is now open for Husker Salute the Troops weekend, Oct. 22-23.
Here's the SI report that may have hastened Jim Tressel's departure. | Discuss
Nebraska has the nation's top defensive trio, says Rivals.com's Mike Huguenin.
Jim Tressel resigns as head coach at Ohio State as an eye-opening Sports Illustrated report is about to hit the newsstands. Listed as a possible successor is Bo Pelini (1, 2, 3, 4), but OSU's search won't start until after this season. | Discuss
With Cody Green's departure, Brion Carnes finds himself in the spotlight.
Ndamukong Suh is voted the NFL's 51st-best player, and Carl Nicks is No. 55. | The list
29 SUN
Four Huskers are first-teamers on Phil Steele's all-Big Ten preseason team.
Keith Williams prepares for life as a Steeler as best he can during the lockout.
NU survives the cut as O-lineman prospect Andrus Peat pares his list to 13 schools.
Cody Green requests a release from his scholarship. | Bio | Sipple's take | Discuss
The Big Ten Network gets new logos and embraces the "BTN" monicker.
The newcomers at running back will feel pressure to produce in a hurry.
28 SAT
It was one year ago that the Big 12's fate hung in the balance. | Coverage archive
Crick & Dennard make Phil Steele's All-America team; David on second team.
27 FRI
Strength coach James Dobson is in full prep mode for the summer grind.
The pace of construction work on the East Stadium project is picking up.
Enjoy this blast from the past: An ode to the Big Red.
26 THU
Ndamukong Suh & Cody Glenn get rolling in the Gumball 3000 road rally in Europe.
As he eyes the preseason ratings, Tom Shatel sees a lot riding on Taylor Martinez.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the AP poll, love it or hate it.
A former player's comments add another layer to the troubles at Ohio State.
The NU staff is staying in the market for top QB prospects for the class of 2012.
Bo Pelini says players must make good choices both on and off the field. | Notes
25 WED
Bubba Starling plans a July 10th arrival in Lincoln | Other players' statuses: 1, 2
Listen to Athlon managing editor Mitch Light's take on the 2011 Cornhuskers.
Ndamukong Suh says the Pelini brothers have had the biggest impact on his career.
Andrus Peat has his pick of schools. Will he follow big brother to Nebraska?
Injury-plagued quarterback Kody Spano decides to give up football. | Bio
ABC picks the Iowa-Nebraska game for a national telecast, with an 11 a.m. start. Nebraska-Minnesota also will be on ABC, with a 2:30 p.m. start.
Nebraska is part of a seismic shift coming to college football in 2011.
The Joplin tornado hit close to home for Grant Wistrom.
Nebraska's APR score for academic progress continues to climb.
Will "Farmageddon" stick as the monicker for the Iowa-Nebraska series?
Hear Tony Samuel and Mark Dufresne on Saturday's Legends Radio Show.
24 TUE
A constant focus on what's important has made Will Shields the success he is.
The LJS's Sipple & Christopherson preview the 2011 Wyoming Cowboys.
SI.com's Andy Staples give the Huskers a No. 12 post-spring national ranking.
Let the numbers jokes continue: The Big 12 decides not to change its name.
Analyzing the pros and cons of a ninth conference game: 1, 2
Here's a perspective on the Huskers from a Michigan State viewpoint.
Iowa fans are pumped up about the budding border rivalry with Nebraska.
23 MON
Running back Aaron Green is looking forward to life as a Cornhusker.
Tom Osborne looks back on coaching as his toughest but most rewarding job.
Crick, David and Dennard are showing up on early 2012 NFL draft lists.
Athlon puts the Huskers in its preseason Top 10.
The ingredients are in place for the Nebraska-Iowa series to gain true rivalry status.
22 SUN
Mike Anderson is out as baseball coach. More on the baseball page. | Discuss
Ryan Klachko takes a decidedly blue-collar approach to conditioning.
"Street agents" are a growing worry for Big Ten coaches and officials.
More commentary on the Hall of Fame and Tommie Frazier: 1, 2
Sandro DeAngelis puts on a kicking clinic for Buffalo-area high schoolers.
21 SAT
Oct. 1st will be a special day for Barry Alvarez and his two favorite programs.
NU has the league's toughest overall schedule, ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg says.
Demand for road-game tickets is at an all-time high, Tom Osborne says.
Alex Henery does some track-meet duty at his alma mater, Burke High
Today marks the end of the nearly 120-year-old NU-Mizzou sports rivalry.
20 FRI
The next chapter in the legend of Bubba Starling is about to be written.
Jake Cotton is fined $25 in a case from when he was in high school.
19 THU
The Big Ten Network's prime-time lineup will not include any Husker games.
The stipend possibility in the Big Ten raises bigger-picture issues. | Recruiting tactic?
Tragic news in Oklahoma: Sooner linebacker Austin Box dies at age 22. | Bio
See who's showing up on the regional covers of the preseason magazines.
Mike Caputo is one of six Big Ten centers on the Rimington Trophy watch list.
Alex Henery has qualities that made the Eagles buck conventional wisdom.
Will Shields is keeping an eye on the progress of the Husker O-line.
A CBS blogger says a poor Hall of Fame policy led to the snub of Tommie Frazier.
What Husker fans should expect in Madison: Football, food & fun.
Braylon Heard has enrolled and is expected to take part in summer workouts.
The collegial feel at the Big Ten meetings has Nebraska feeling at home. More from Chicago: Stipend for athletes? | Notes (1, 2)
18 WED
Sam McKewon takes a crack at ranking the Big Ten helmets.
Bo Pelini and other Big Ten coaches want to keep the eight-game league slate.
The Big Ten's style of play might make team depth more important than ever.
Tuesday was an indelible-ink day for Will Shields. | Frazier: Maybe next year
Bubba Starling is named Sports Illustrated player of the week.
Chicago and Indianapolis make their pitches to host Big Ten title games.
Former Husker Brian Schuster pleads no contest to securities fraud.
17 TUE
What's the most important statistic? See what Carl Pelini and other coaches say.
College Football Hall of Fame: Will Shields is in, but Tommie Frazier will have to wait. More: Bio | Nominees | Huskers in HOF | Why not Tommie? | Discuss
Tom Osborne has words of support for Jim Tressel. | Offering insights
See what the Badger State's "sea of red" is saying about Nebraska's move.
The NFL lockout leaves linebacker Barrett Ruud in limbo.
Sipple & Christopherson preview the 2011 edition of the Washington Huskies.
16 MON
Excitement is already high in Madison for NU's Big Ten opener. | Wisconsin rundown
Bubba Starling talks to TV stations in K.C. & Omaha about his looming decision.
Here are some things to know as the Big Ten spring meetings get under way.
15 SUN
Tom Osborne says he sticks to the same principles as A.D. as he did as a coach.
Ameer Abdullah is ready to start working for playing time at running back.
NU is the new kid on the block at this week's Big Ten meetings. | 9-game question
The culture change Turner Gill is aiming for at Kansas seems to be taking hold.
14 SAT
David Sutton is another Husker recruit having a big year in baseball.
Juco tight end Terrell Mitchell says Nebraska will be his choice.
There are lots of question marks for Wyoming in Dave Christensen's third season.
13 FRI
Eric Crouch tops a list of best "forgotten" college football stars.
Turner Gill nixes the idea of future Kansas-Nebraska football matchups.
Tom Osborne says the AAU decision has no effect on Husker athletics.
12 THU
The Huskers' first two Big Ten games are set for telecasts in prime time.
There's one last high school order of business for Ryne Reeves.
Bubba Starling's Husker zeal is for real, Sam McKewon writes.
Lavonte David tops a list of 100-tackle candidates in the Big Ten.
The Husker men's tennis team gets a dose of Bo Pelini's passion.
11 WED
See the ESPN College Football Live roundtable discussion on Nebraska.
As the baseball season winds down, Bubba Starling knows The Decision looms.
Colorado has a new reason to circle the day after Thanksgiving in red.
10 TUE
Could Nebraska and Tyler Gabbert cross paths again in Big Ten play?
Adam Rittenberg sees the reliability of Rex Burkhead as a big plus for the Huskers.
Trev Alberts could learn something from his old coach, Tom Shatel writes.
Watch as Sipple & Christopherson preview the Fresno State Bulldogs. | "New Carr"
09 MON
Chadron State kicker Michael Ziola confirms he's planning to walk on at NU. | Profile
Tyler Gabbert, the second of two quarterbacking brothers to renege on Nebraska pledges, is transferring from Missouri. | Discuss
Nebraska is No. 10 in Dennis Dodd's post-spring rankings.
Carl Pelini says the Browns got the steal of the draft in Eric Hagg.
Nebraska and Oklahoma vie for a highly touted juco tight end, Terrell Mitchell.
Bubba Starling's hometown newspaper salutes a champion.
08 SUN
ESPN casts a critical eye on UNO's dropping of two sports. | Commentary | Discuss
An Iowa columnist isn't buying Jim Delany's high praise of the Nebraska brand.
The notion of a Texas/Big 12 plot to oust Nebraska from the AAU is shot down.
The university tries to steer players clear of Twitter trouble.
Ndamukong Suh and Cody Glenn gear up for a one-of-a-kind road trip.
Michigan's Brady Hoke aims to remake the defense. | Big Ten spring review
A baseball season under the microscope doesn't seem to faze Bubba Starling.
07 SAT
Seven Husker football players are receiving their diplomas Saturday.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas discusses his passion for NU football.
06 FRI
Jordan Westerkamp, a receiver from Illinois, commits to the 2012 class. | Discuss
NU may have a new recruiting coordinator, but the message to recruits is the same.
The Austin paper's Kirk Bohls bids adieu to Nebraska vs. Texas.
Vote for Herbie in the College Game Day poll. (Balloting ended Friday.)
05 THU
DeJon Gomes takes his juggling act to the NFL.
Adi Kunalic and Thomas Grove earn National Football Foundation academic honors.
Johnny Rodgers, Mike Rozier & Tommie Frazier visit hospitalized kids in Tulsa.
The NFL lockout makes a career detour likely for O-lineman Mike Smith.
Check out the new Chrysler commercial featuring Ndamukong Suh.
Washington names sophomore Keith Price its starter at quarterback. | Depth chart
EA Sports is off the hook in Sam Keller's lawsuit, but the case continutes.
Niles Paul's size and versatility will enhance his opportunities with the Redskins.
04 WED
The federal Justice Department has antitrust questions about the BCS.
Jim Delany calls Nebraska the Green Bay Packers of the Big Ten.
ESPN.com's blogger offers his spring wrap on NU. | Overview | More wraps
Could the pistol provide the magic bullet for NU's offense? | The reprogramming
The NFL lockout complicates matters for players picked in the UFL draft.
This wasn't the first three-Husker draft for the Washington Redskins.
03 TUE
Watch as Sipple & Christopherson preview the Chattanooga Mocs.
Husker football recruit David Sutton is enjoying a big season in baseball.
Adding a ninth conference game is on the agenda for the Big Ten spring meetings.
ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach has Nebraska at No. 13 in his post-spring rankings.
Jared Crick and Alfonzo Dennard are projected as first-round draft picks in 2012.
There's a Texas angle to the AAU decision. | CIC unaffected
Big Ten Network analysts pick the Huskers to win the Legends Division.
Is Nebraska-Iowa a rivalry? Not yet, says Tom Osborne.
D.J. Jones, Mike Smith and Ricky Henry are selected in the UFL draft. | List
02 MON
The Big Ten is "excited" for July 1 despite the AAU's ouster of NU. | Painful debate
Fans in the Carolinas have a chance to meet Tommie Frazier next week.
Was Prince Amukamara's slide in the draft due to anti-Nigerian bias in the NFL?
Barry Alvarez says 2017 is the likely start for a nine-game league schedule.
01 SUN
Forrest Behm is inducted into the Steuben County (N.Y.) Hall of Fame. | Bio
Tom Osborne doesn't seem ready to ride into the sunset just yet.
Bo Pelini joins the ranks of coaches with million-dollar bonus potential. | PDF
If NU's spring game was any indication, the penalty bug won't be easy to shake.
The final two opponent spring games were Saturday in East Lansing and Seattle.
Trev Alberts' story serves as a cautionary tale for draft picks.