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May 2014

31 SAT
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 Damore’ea Stringfellow is about to make it official that he’ll 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.
30 FRI
Safety Kieron Williams commits to the Huskers and could play this fall.*
Athlon previews Fresno State and Miami, ranking them 63rd and 30th.
A young Husker fan with cancer could use your help.
Boyd Epley will receive a lifetime achievement award* in September from the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition.
29 THU
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.
NU could have 1,000-yarders in rushing & receiving.
Four-star cornerback Eric Lee discusses his choice of Nebraska (video).
28 WED
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.
27 TUE
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.
Randy Gregory makes NFL.com's list* of “most explosive” college players.
Shear the ’Fro: Kenny Bell loses a bet and gets a haircut.
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.
26 MON
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.
Bubba Starling’s recent improvement at the plate might quash any remaining chance that he’ll return to Lincoln.*
25 SUN
Husker signee Monte Harrison remains a projected first-round pick in Baseball America's latest MLB mock draft.* | Bio
Hear D.J. Jones talk about his time with the Huskers and in the NFL, plus his current work with the disabled in Southern California. | Bio
24 SAT
AJ Bush intends to compete immediately* for the quarterback job.*
Wide receiver De'morea Stringfellow's legal issues* might be giving NU administrators pause, Steve Sipple writes.
23 FRI
Max Pirman won't return to the football program for 2014. | Bio | Discuss
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.
22 THU
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
Nebraska's Charley Brock is still remembered in Green Bay as one of the top centers in Packers history. | Bio
21 WED
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.
20 TUE
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.
Mark Pelini makes the Rimington Award watch list.
Former Washington wideout Demore’ea Stringfellow is considering NU.
19 MON
Charges* against Josh Banderas have been dropped. | Discuss.
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.
18 SUN
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.
17 SAT
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.
16 FRI
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.
Defensive backs have become a focus of the 2015 recruiting class.
15 THU
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.
Poll question: Will Monte Harrison play for the Huskers? | MLB draft invite
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.
14 WED
Stipends are likely to be just the start of reforms* in college athletics.
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.”
13 TUE
Josh Banderas is charged with stealing seven bikes* from a campus rack.*
“We’re lucky to have him,” Shawn Eichorst* says of Bo Pelini. | Discuss
Rutgers dismisses QB Philip Nelson, a transfer from Minnesota, from the team because of a weekend assault that left a man in critical condition.
Taylor Martinez's NFL future may ride on his legs.* | One to watch
12 MON
In two more 2015 mock drafts, Randy Gregory is No. 3 and 8. | H’Max poll
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.
11 SUN
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.
10 SAT
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.
The Jets* pick Quincy Enunwa in the sixth round,* and a number of other Huskers land free-agent deals. | Husker draft history
09 FRI
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.
08 THU
The first round* of the NFL draft ends with no Huskers* taken.
Joe Ganz is returning for another season* as a graduate assistant.
A Colorado judge refuses to reduce Alex Lewis' 45-day jail sentence.
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.
07 WED
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.
Listen to some NFL draft talk from Spencer Long and Jay Foreman.
Dennis Dood has the Huskers at No. 18 in his post-spring rankings.
Free agency* has its benefits, former Huskers say. | Long upbeat*
06 TUE
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.
05 MON
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.
04 SUN
Husker running back commit Kendall Bussey picks up another camp MVP* award, and DB Avery Anderson* earns a similar honor. | 2015 class
Spencer Long has been on the road* to prove he's NFL-worthy. | Notes
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.
03 SAT
Tom Shatel says the playoff system sets up well* for Nebraska.
The OWH takes a crack at drawing up a depth chart.* | How deep?*
02 FRI
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.
01 THU
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.