• The offense looks good* as practices resume after spring break. | HMax Report | Video | Photos | Audio | Lewis update: 1,* 2* | Tweets
• Former Husker Zack Bowman will join the Giants' secondary this season.
• The Big Ten Network* will televise the spring game on a tape-delayed basis April 12 at 7 p.m. CDT.
• Practices resume today after a 10-day pause. Here's the schedule.
• Quarterback Tommy Armstrong is working this spring at making smarter decisions.* | Roster analysis*
• There's optimism about the O-line* despite the heavy loss of experience.
• This week in Husker history: Just 20 players report for wartime spring drills.
• Steve Sipple will be the guest speaker at the Washington Cornhuskers' Spring Event on May 4th in Seattle.
• The fans have spoken – and here's the image that will appear on Homecoming game tickets to commemorate 125 seasons of Nebraska football.
• Tom Osborne is the featured guest for Big Red of the Rockies' spring banquet in Estes Park, Colo., on June 7.
• Hear UNL economics prof Scott Fuess discuss the Northwestern case's ramifictions. He sees changes coming but doubts there will ultimately be unionized collegiate athletes.
• Linebacker Michael Rose is looking to build on his strong finish* to 2013.
• Last year's late-season improvement on the defensive line appears to be continuing this spring, Mitch Sherman writes.
• Experts in labor law say the Northwestern ruling* isn't the final word.
• In an interview with SI.com, Carl Pelini emphatically denies drug use and says, "I just want the truth out there."
• Northwestern football players qualify as employees and can unionize, the Chicago district of the National Labor Relations Board rules. | Discuss
• Watch as a woman's photo shot with Bo Pelini turns into a surprise reunion with her soldier husband.
• Go 15:20 into this segment for Jay Foreman's thoughts on whether Maliek Collins could be effective as a defensive end.
• See this feature on Kenny Walker, who overcame deafness to become a Husker All-American and now coaches at a Denver-area high school. | Bio
• Check out these moments from the first half of spring drills.
• Hear Rob Zatechka's thoughts about spring football, then and now.
• ESPN.com says the Huskers have the Big Ten West's top skill-position trio on offense in Tommy Armstrong, Ameer Abdullah and Kenny Bell.
• The addition of Kenny Wilhite* to the recruiting staff becomes official.
• Ndamukong Suh is No. 3 on Athlon's ranking of top Big 12 players of the BCS era, and Dominic Raiola and Eric Crouch also make the list.
• Josh Mitchell has taken on a new role as vocal leader* on defense.
• Randy York counts six reasons to get your spring game tickets now.
• Brian Christopherson offers 11 observations* at halftime of spring drills.
• Tad Stryker sees defensive improvement as the key to getting the Huskers out of their four-loss rut.
• This week in Husker history: Even 100 years ago, spring meant spring ball.
• New drills* are aimed at improving Nebraska's punt return unit.
• Bo Pelini says spring break* gives the players a chance to re-energize, but he cautions them to act wisely.
• Derek Johnson reflects on the stumbling end to a positive Nebraska men's basketball season and looks forward to next year.
• Alex Lewis* gets a 45-day jail sentence in his Boulder assault case.
• Former Husker Kenny Wilhite reportedly is joining NU's recruiting staff.
• Gear up with Husker basketball shirts, caps and more.
• Bo Pelini says Ryne Reeves injury is being treated as a cervical strain* and that he's likely to return to practice sometime after spring break.
• Michael Rose discusses the Huskers' defensive progress in this video.
• Taariq Allen has vanquished the darkness* that came after his knee injury.
• Mark Pelini aims to fill the job once held by his role model,* Mike Caputo.
• Ryne Reeves is carried on a stretcher from Wednesday's practice in what Bo Pelini called a cautionary move. There will be a scrimmage Thursday. | HMax Report | Notes: 1, 2,* 3,* | Video | Audio | Spring schedule
• C.J. Zimmerer and the story of Jack Hoffman elevated last weekend's Maxwell Club awards gala. | Team Jack coverage
• Nebraska at Wisconsin figures to be the Big Ten's biggest Week 12 game.
• Larenzo Stewart, a running back in last month's Husker recruiting class, is set to enroll at Iowa Western* in hopes of qualifying* at NU in two years.
• Vote for the iconic image that best captures 125 seasons of NU football.
• The rebuilt O-line is developing a chemistry, Jake Cotton says.
• Tommy Armstrong likes the slimmer ball the team now uses.
• The offense* is working its way deeper into the playbook. More from Monday's practice: HuskerMax Report | Notes: 1, 2,* 3, 4* | Official report | Video | Audio
• A week into spring drills, Sam McKewon assesses the QBs* and more.
• The Husker men are a No. 11 seed and will make their first NCAA hoops tournament appearance since 1998 in a game against Baylor in San Antonio. A win would likely mean a game against Creighton in the next round. | Video | Photos | Brackets | Discuss | Tickets
• Here's more on coach Bill Glassford, 100 years young.
• It's a slow news week for the latest Husker history installment.
• The linebackers, green and looking for leaders a year ago, are now making strides* and having fun. | McMullen's surge*
• Husker commit Kendall Bussey* wins running back MVP honors at a Rivals camp in Mississippi.
• The defense appears to be on much stronger footing than a year ago.
• Vincent Valentine* is no longer just a big guy running around.
• Defensive end Randy Gregory is confident he'll meet his goals – on the field and on the scales. | Notes: 1,* 2,* 3,* 4
• I-back Imani Cross isn't satisfied with the status quo* for his game.
• The Huskers have their first full-pads practice of spring, and Bo Pelini* says Trevor Roach* is a leader among the linebackers. More: HuskerMax Report | Photos: 1, 2 | Video | Audio
• Husker Dan says Bo Pelini should be thankful for last year's schedule.
• Jay Foreman has some positive early impressions from spring drills.
• Terrell Newby and Imani Cross say the I-back competition is a good thing.
• Nebrasketball fans' loyalty has been rewarded, Derek Johnson writes.
• Bo from Lincoln calls in to Darin Erstad on Sports Nightly.
• The O-line seems to be transitioning well so far under its new leaders.*
• Mitch Sherman breaks down the quarterback race in Lincoln.
• NU at Michigan State is shaping up as another high-profile matchup.
• Athlon Sports ranks the Big Ten's coaching jobs and has Nebraska fourth.
• Tommy Armstrong's leadership* on offense is evident, but he's taking nothing for granted* in the quarterback competition. | Notes: 1, 2,* 3*
• Ameer Abdullah sets the tone* in the Husker locker room with his no-nonsense approach to the game, Steve Sipple writes.
• Former Husker assistant Jerry Moore is inducted into the Southern Conference Hall of Fame.
• Jamal Turner discusses his work at QB* as the Huskers wrap up their second practice of spring. | HuskerMax Report | Video | Spring schedule
• Dave Feit is delighted he was wrong about Tim Miles.
• Josh Mitchell knows that intensity* on defense can't wait until fall.
• Kenny Bell admires Tommy Armstrong's work ethic* as the receiver and quarterback cultivate a connection.
• The Huskers will seek a rebound in production at tight end.
• The Team Jack gala was a night to educate and motivate.
• Saturday's practice featured good vibes* all around and an air of improved confidence* on defense. Notes: 1,* 2,* 3*
• This week in Husker history: A Russian-born former Husker becomes the head football coach and athletic director at Marquette.
• The Team Jack gala in Lincoln makes a girl's dream come true.
• Jamal Turner* takes snaps at quarterback* as spring practices get under way for 2014. More: HuskerMax Report | Abdullah's to-do list | Video & photos | More photos: 1, 2, 3 | Audio
• Jamal Turner knows it's now or never after a difficult junior season.
• Defensive tackle Vincent Valentine is still a work in progress physically but approaches spring ball with boosted confidence. | Previewing the secondary
• CBSSports.com columnist Gregg Doyel interviews Bo Pelini and discovers he's no dragon away from the sidelines.
• Millard schoolkids get a nutrition lesson from Roy Helu Jr.
• Eight dozen candles won't be quite enough for former Nebraska coach Bill Glassford, who turns 100 on Saturday.
• ESPN's Big Ten bloggers look forward to the Miami-Nebraska game.
• Athlon previews spring drills and predicts a season of 7 to 9 wins.
• Rob Zatechka talks hoops and the opening of spring ball to the media.
• Husker Dan invites you to hunt or just hang out with the Huskers.
• Spencer Long* has a good showing at pro day in the bench press, and Taylor Martinez does drills* at multiple positions.* | Numbers* | Video
• Trev Alberts and Eric Crouch are on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot again this year, as is former Husker Allen Zikmund for his coaching at Kearney State.
• It's pro day* Thursday in Lincoln, and that means Jeremiah Sirles and several others face one of the most important workouts of their lives.
• Shawn Eichorst says it's too soon to say whether Bo Pelini will get a contract extension beyond the next four seasons.
• Sam McKewon examines what might go into Tim Beck's task of making the offense simpler and more efficient.
• Hear what Jay Foreman will be watching for during spring drills.
• Charlton Warren had an immediate impact on recruiting, and now the attention turns to his coaching abilities.
• The LJS looks at the special teams* heading into spring ball.
• Spencer Long and gymnast Emily Wong give Nebraska its second consecutive sweep of the Big Ten's Wayne Duke Postgraduate Awards.
• Derek Johnson beholds the resurgence of Nebrasketball.
• Juco transfers Joe Keels and Byerson Cockrell are seen as potential immediate-impact guys on defense.
• The main competition at I-back* is for the No. 2 spot.
• Reserve your spot on the HuskerMax Fresno State ticket/tailgate package.
• Spring might be a time for a receiver or two to step into a bigger role.
• Corn Nation looks at former Huskers' chances in the NFL draft.
• The LJS looks at the competition at the linebacker* spots.
• Curt Tomasevicz: The wisdom of the three-time Olympian.
• This week in Husker history: Kevin Steele joins Tom Osborne's staff as linebackers coach.
• Ex-Husker Braylon Heard hopes his improved flexibility pays dividends on the playing field at Kentucky.