• Husker defensive line commit Carlos Davis* makes a national-best discus throw at the Missouri state meet.
• Craig Bohl felt Wyoming's pull even before his playing days at Nebraska.
• A proposed $40 million settlement has been filed in the O'Bannon-Keller video game case.
• The Kansas City Star looks at the choice that Monte Harrison faces.
• Signs indicate wide receiver Damoreea Stringfellow is about to make it official that hell transfer to Nebraska.
• Boyd Epley says his upcoming award is also a tribute to his many collaborative colleagues in Husker strength and conditioning.
• Nebraska lacks the metrics* to wow the preseason prognosticators, but Sam McKewon says there is a path to 11 or 12 wins.
• After a season out of football, former Husker Zach Potter* gives it another go with the Houston Texans.
• Tickets remain available for Tom Osborne's appearance in Estes Park.
• A young Husker fan with cancer could use your help.
• Boyd Epley will receive a lifetime achievement award* in September from the Presidents Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition.
• B1G sportsmanship awards go to C.J. Zimmerer and rifle's Sunny Russell.
• Penn State's recruiting ploy in Georgia has SEC coaches rankled – and BTN's Tom Dienhart says that can't be bad. | Discuss
• SB Nation's Bill Connelly previews the Huskers and sees no breakthrough season for Nebraska in 2014.
• Four-star cornerback Eric Lee discusses his choice of Nebraska (video).
• Jason Peter is Saturday's guest on the Legends Radio Show, airing live from the Omaha Cigar Co. at 9 a.m.
• The Husker Salute Golf Scramble needs you. Get details here.
• Derek Johnson weighs in on Omaha's chances of anchoring the Big Ten baseball tourney after last week's impressive attendance.
• Athlon pegs the Huskers at 29th nationally and No. 3 in the division.
• There's a new wrinkle* at Husker football camps: current Husker players.
• Dave Feit offers hot takes on the sellout streak, beer, The Fro and more.
• AJ Bush* talks some more about his plans to make an early impact.
• Some Big Ten schools are rethinking the need for seven home games.*
• Carl Crawford looks back on a draft day that steered him from a future in Husker football to Major League Baseball.
• Jerry Palm sees NU's schedule as a challenge for the 2014 Huskers.
• Nebraska has two of the Orlando Sentinel's 10 Big Ten players to watch.
• Husker opponents Purdue, Rutgers and Florida Atlantic appear in the bottom quarter of USA Today's countdown of all 128 FBS teams.
• Bridging the gap* between full scholarships and actual cost of attendance would cost NU about $930,000, Shawn Eichorst says.
• Husker signee Monte Harrison remains a projected first-round pick in Baseball America's latest MLB mock draft.* | Bio
• Wide receiver De'morea Stringfellow's legal issues* might be giving NU administrators pause, Steve Sipple writes.
• The Davis twins – Khalil and Carlos – are Husker football commits who are throwing some weight around during track and field season in Missouri.
• A Jets blogger breaks down Quincy Enunwa's strengths and weaknesses.
• The Gridiron Golf Classic is returning to Beatrice on June 2.
• A top-tier ranking for Nebraska's sports information department reflects a tradition of excellence.
• The next College Football Hall of Fame class won't include Trev Alberts or Eric Crouch, but ex-Husker assistant Jerry Moore* is in. | HOF Huskers
• Season-ticket holders give the new seat yourself* system a thumbs-up.
• The NCAA asks for an extension into 2015 in the Sam Keller lawsuit.
• Brian Christopherson ranks the top 10 playmakes in the Big Ten.
• Sam McKewon see more indications of an early signing day.
• Jeremy Pernell interviews incoming defensive line recruit Khalil Davis.
• Randy York blogs about the Jack and Bo chat at the Dick Vitale Gala.
• Armstrong and Stanton get some offseason tutoring.
• Brian Christopherson ranks the top 25 players in the Big Ten.
• Former Washington wideout Demoreea Stringfellow is considering NU.
• Lee Barfknecht lists the benefits of being in the Big Ten.
• Spencer Long makes his presence known in Washington.
• A Husker Corner writer wonders if the sellout streak could be in jeopardy.
• Craig Bohl is doubling down on recruiting players in Nebraska.
• Steve Sipple talks about the Husker connections in Tampa Bay.
• A Florida paper reflects back on the Jack Hoffman run from last year.
• Stanley Jean-Baptiste signs a multi-year contract with New Orleans.
• Jason Licht makes the transition from player to GM for Tampa Bay.
• Tommy Armstrong gets a chance to work out with Brett Favre.
• Drew Brown prepares for his shot at the starting kicker in 2014.
• Preparations begin soon for the 56th Nebraska Shrine Bowl in Kearney.
• Some Nebraska names* show up in a most disliked in sports list.
• Nebraska's unsold Gator Bowl tickets cost the Big Ten nearly $800,000, part of the league's nearly $4.5 million ticket tab for its teams' 2013-14 bowl games.
• Jeremy Pernell interviews offensive line recruit Christian Gaylord.
• Mitch Sherman comments on the Josh Banderas situation.
• Baker Steinkuhler gets an invite to try out with the Eagles.
• Sam McKewon looks at how recruiting stars* and draft picks don't always correlate, and what that means for Nebraska.
• Atlanta defensive back Aaron Williams becomes the 11th commit* in Nebraska's recruiting class of 2015.
• Husker commit Avery Anderson discusses what drew him to Nebraska.
• Craig Bohl aims to infuse Wyoming with elements of 90s-style NU football.
• Dave Feit says the baseball team's travel fiasco shows that membership in multiple conferences makes sense.
• Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests: Ameer Abdullah & Corey Cooper.
• It was his season with Nebraska football in 1994 that taught Darin Erstad* what focus in athletics is all about.
• Taylor Martinez fails his physical with the Philadelphia Eagles,* and foot surgery* might be next.
• Football and 15 other Husker sports register APR scores* of 980 or better.
• Randy Gregory & Corey Cooper make the 42-player Lott Trophy watch list.
• Police say in an affidavit that Josh Banderas and Lucas Keifer intended to sell* the bikes* they allegedly stole.
• Derek Johnson goes over some NU lowlights from ESPN's draft coverage.
• Steve Sipple says Shawn Eichorst's backing* of Bo Pelini can only help the team's chances of success.
• A Louisiana paper examines Stanley Jean-Baptiste's twisting route from Miami to North Carolina to Kansas to Nebraska to the NFL's Saints.
• Former Husker Alonzo Whaley reminds students in his Texas hometown that life is bigger than football.
• Rutgers dismisses QB Philip Nelson, a transfer from Minnesota, from the team because of a weekend assault that left a man in critical condition.
• Ciante Evans makes an NFL.com writer's All-Undrafted team.
• Seward lineman Adam Holtorf is a rising star with FBS offers, but he might face a numbers game* at Nebraska.
• Twin achievements made Saturday extra special for Quincy Enunwa.
• Taylor Martinez signs a free-agent deal with Philadelphia,* where he'll most likely be tried at defensive back or receiver.* | Discuss
• Butch Rasmussen reflects on the 1978 Oklahoma game and I-back Rick Berns' memorable performance.
• This week in Husker history: The passing of Mike Corgan.
• A 2015 mock draft has Randy Gregory going No. 1.
• Tom Shatel sees football taking a backseat* as Jim Delany takes the Big Ten in new directions.
• Nebraska's defensive end* recruits have hopes of contributing early.
• Congrats to the Huskers who will get their diplomas Saturday.
• Stanley Jean-Baptiste goes in the second round of the draft to the Saints,* and Spencer Long goes in round three to the Redskins.*
• Youhanna Ghaifan,* a well-traveled Grand Island end, hopes his camp performances lead to a Nebraska offer.
• Joe Ganz is returning for another season* as a graduate assistant.
• Husker football commit Monte Harrison is projected as a first-round pick* in next month's Major League Baseball draft.
• Derek Johnson sees a window of opportunity for the baseball Huskers.
• Tonight the NFL draft* begins. How much of a waiting game will it be for Stanley Jean-Baptiste and other former Huskers? | History
• A former HuskerMax BBS poster could use your help.
• Jeremy Pernell suggests a grain of salt to go with his 1st-round mock draft.
• Saturday's Legends Radio Show will feature Zac Taylor and Cory Ross.
• Nebraska is one of just 13 FBS programs* to earn NCAA public recognition for high achievement in the Academic Progress Rate.
• Husker Mike reports on his seat yourself experience and says this is an opportune time to join the season-ticket club.
• Sam McKewon offers a deep review of Nebraska's 2011 recruiting class and finds that it hasn't lived up to its billing.
• Dennis Dood has the Huskers at No. 18 in his post-spring rankings.
• Husker Dan unveils the winner of the Name Bo's Cat contest.
• Stanley Jean-Baptiste's stock has risen, but he insists he's not concerned* with when he goes in the NFL draft. | Jeremiah's journey*
• Writers at Athlon debate who will be the Big Ten's rushing leader.
• ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach has NU 24th in his post-spring top 25.
• Sam McKewon says Nebraska and other Big Ten schools should take a cue from James Franklin's latest recruiting tactic.
• The Huskers are No. 2 and No. 23 as Athlon ranks the dynasties of college football since the launch of the AP poll.
• NFL draft analyst Mike Mayock says Stanley Jean-Baptiste could be a first-round draft pick.
• Husker running back commit Kendall Bussey picks up another camp MVP* award, and DB Avery Anderson* earns a similar honor. | 2015 class
• Lee Barfknecht breaks down the Big Ten West teams in capsule form.
• This week in Husker history: Spring games from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
• Tom Shatel says the playoff system sets up well* for Nebraska.
• Dirk Chatelain says the playoff committee seems determined to make its job way more complicated than necessary. | Reworked bowl schedule
• The OWH looks at which Huskers are likely to go in the draft,* and when.
• Bellevue West's CJ Johnson* hopes Saturday's Rivals camp in Chicago helps him make an impression on recruiters, including those at Nebraska.
• Defensive back Charles Jackson has emerged this spring as a likely key performer in the fall.
• Winning at home will be key to the Huskers' conference title hopes.
• Hear Jon Frankel discuss what former players are telling him as he works on ESPN's film on the 84 Orange Bowl. | Osborne defends Gill*
• Jeremy Pernell lists his top 100 NFL draft prospects for 2014.
• Randy Gregory is No. 5 on Sporting News' national list of top players for 2014, and Ameer Abdullah is one of 10 top Heisman candidates. Bo Pelini is ranked No. 34th among coaches.
• Brett Maher signs with Winnipeg of the Canadian Football League.