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June 2014

30 MON
More settlement details emerge in the Sam Keller video game case.
BTN.com says the Huskers have the league's No. 5 backfield on offense.
At a football camp in Youngstown, Ohio, a relaxed Bo Pelini talks optimistically about the 2014 season.
Forty years later, an act of kindness* by Milt Tenopir hasn't been forgotten.
Poll question: Do you like the Big Ten's addition of Maryland and Rutgers?
Placekicker Drew Brown* is No. 44 in the OWH's player countdown.
See which linebackers made the cut for HuskerOnline's Mount Rushmore.
A United flight with Taylor Martinez aboard makes an emergency landing after its emergency slide* deployed in mid-flight.
29 SUN
Steve Sipple says the recruiting prowess* of Urban Meyer and James Franklin is just what the Big Ten needs.
Check out our photos and video from Sunday's Dave Humm Courage Open fundraising golf event in Colorado.
Offensive coordinator Tim Beck discusses play-calling and more in an interview with Corn Nation.
Enter Californians for Nebraska's 2014 ticket raffles, including a special tickets-and-lodging package for the Miami game.
The whistle-stop tour was part history lesson for Husker coaches.
As the addition of Maryland* and Rutgers to the Big Ten becomes official this week, is conference realignment ready for the pause button?
28 SAT
No. 45 in the OWH's player countdown is Mauro Bondi.*
Dozens of Huskers pitch in to help with the tornado cleanup in Pilger.
Sam McKewon ranks all 56 Big Ten nonconference games.* | Big Sept. 6*
Here are some sights and sounds as the Big Red Express whistle-stop tour rolls through the state: OWH video* | Tweets | UP photos
Johnny Stanton* is No. 46 in the OWH's player countdown.
The Iron N student fan group* has the Athletic Department's ear.
Fox Sports Wisconsin previews the Huskers.
A decade-high 42 Husker athletes earned All-America honors in 2013-14.
27 FRI
The 1995 and 1994 Huskers are Nos. 1 and 3 in an NFL.com ranking of 1990s teams, and 1997 Nebraska is No. 6, ahead of ’97 Michigan.
Minnesota is previewed at No. 67 by USA Today.
Ryker Fyfe is No. 47* in the OWH's player countdown.
HuskerOnline reveals its Mount Rushmore defensive tackles.
Vincent Valentine makes Athlon's list of 20 rising defensive players.
The Athletic Department keeps pursuing an optimal gameday balance between tradition and freshness.
26 THU
NFL.com names Tommie Frazier college football's top 1990s player.
Big Ten Network extends its cable TV reach in East Coast markets.
Sam McKewon weighs in on the corporatization of college athletics.
It's another Sooner-Husker showdown at ESPN.com.
David Knevel* is No. 48 in the OWH's player countdown.
Here are HuskerOnline's Mount Rushmore defensive ends.
25 WED
Ameer Abdullah makes the Heisman top 10 at USA Today.
Sam McKewon talks with Damore'ea Stringfellow's mother for a postscript* on the player's flip from Nebraska to Ole Miss.
No. 49 in the OWH's player countdown is long snapper Gabriel Miller.*
It's ’01 Nebraska vs. ’04 Oklahoma in ESPN.com's Big 12 BCS-era playoff.
Do Iowa's facility upgrades* signal an end to the Hawkeyes' doldrums?
HuskerOnline unveils its Mount Rushmore centers.
24 TUE
Get ready for the Big Red Express Whistle-Stop Tour on Saturday in Columbus, Grand Island, Kearney and North Platte.
Big Ten presidents and chancellors outline athlete-welfare proposals and say non-revenue sports would suffer* under pay-for-play. | Statement
Registration is open for Football 202, the annual one-day session providing insights into the Husker program. It takes place Aug. 16.
An article on Michigan attendance holds lessons for all athletic directors,* Steve Sipple writes. | Discuss
Here are the offensive guards on HuskerOnline's Mount Rushmore.
No. 50 in the OWH's player countdown is newcomer Peyton Newell.*
Former Husker fullback Cory Schlesinger looks back 20 years on the Huskers' 1994 championship season.
Athlon lists Tommy Armstrong among 20 QBs on the hot seat.
23 MON
Tom Shatel says beer sales* might one day become necessary to keep the seats filled at Memorial Stadium.
Dennis Linden, a season ticket holder since 1957 who moved into hospice care this year, gets a tour* of Memorial Stadium led by Tommy Armstrong.
Derek Johnson says the sellout streak won't last without a change in pricing policy for lower-tier games.
The Huskers.com memorabilia playoff is now under way.
The OWH begins its Husker Camp Countdown* with 10 “honorable mention” players with impact potential.
Abdullah & Gregory make Athlon's All-America second team.
HuskerOnline presents its Mount Rushmore offensive tackles.
Ndamukong Suh discusses his soccer past in this ESPN video.
Straight talk from current players has made an impression on class of 2016 prospect Jared Bubak* of Lincoln Christian.
22 SUN
Some highlights to get you through the offseason: Gregory, Abdullah, Bell.
A Mountain West fan site previews the Huskers and predicts a 27-21 Nebraska win over Fresno State.
Nebraska achieved a seven-sport postseason milestone this year.
21 SAT
Cornerbacks Avery Anderson and Eric Lee Jr. are like brothers in Colorado, but their paths to becoming Nebraska commits differ.
Sam McKewon notes that Damore’ea Stringfellow's decommitment wasn't his first surprise move* regarding the Huskers.
20 FRI
Damore’ea Stringfellow says his mom* was a big factor in his defection.
The Nebraska Society of D.C. is having a Fundraiser for Pilger on June 26.
Derek Johnson comments on Phil Steele's Nebraska analysis, plus the frustrating case of Mr. Stringfellow.
The city of Blue Springs is raising funds for a memorial to Husker legend Guy Chamberlin. | Bio
Saturday's Legends Radio Show guests: Russ Hochstein & Adam Julch.
Get ready for some eye strain as Phil Steele previews Nebraska and opponents Miami, Iowa, Northwestern, Wisconsin and Michigan State in his preseason top 40.
Memorial Stadium is No. 2 in the Big Ten in an Athlon experts poll.
Here are the four tight ends on HuskerOnline's Mount Rushmore.
19 THU
Damore’ea Stringfellow won't be a Husker after all, as the former Washington wide receiver* opts instead for Ole Miss.* | Discuss
The Husker staff is taking advantage of the greater summer interaction* with players that is now allowed by the NCAA.
Milt Tenopir, the O-line coach for the Huskers from 1974 to 2002, is battling leukemia.* | Discuss
Corn Nation looks at McNeese State and its rebuilding task on offense.
Lavonte David and Ndamukong Suh land in the top 40 in an NFL Network ranking of players in the league.
Poll question: Do you agree with the Mount Rushmore of running backs?
HuskerOnline names its Mount Rushmore fullbacks and wide receivers.
18 WED
The university says renewal rates* for season tickets are holding steady.
SI's Stewart Mandel says the Big Ten's addition of Maryland and Rutgers was a simple matter of survival.
It's 1999 Nebraska vs. 1998 Kansas State in an ESPN.com Big 12 playoff.
17 TUE
Events like next month's Nebraska Football Uplifting Athletes Road Race are near and dear to Ameer Abdullah.
The Seat Yourself system for buying season tickets is now open to the public, which means no wait list for the first time in a while.
Sam McKewon explains why he sees a big year* coming for Kenny Bell.
It's the running backs' turn in HuskerOnline's Mount Rushmore series.
Ameer Abdullah is listed as a top-10 Heisman candidate on NFL.com.
16 MON
The initial batch of private-label BigRedMax Wines will roll out soon.
In this video, Eric Crouch talks about the competition at quarterback and what would define success for the 2014 Huskers.
The 1995 Huskers land atop a ranking of best teams ever.
Nebraska has two of Athlon's top 30 nonconference games in 2014.
HuskerOnline unveils its Mount Rushmore of Husker quarterbacks
As a high school coach in L.A., former Husker assistant Marvin Sanders* is seeing the recruiting game from the other side.
15 SUN
“How Bob Churchich helped turn me into a wreck on autumn Saturdays”: Joe Hudson looks back 50 years at becoming a fan.
Miami gets a transfer QB, Jake Heaps, who can play immediately.
14 SAT
Rex Burkhead says he's ready when needed* in year two with the Bengals.
Two Huskers – defensive back Boaz Joseph and wide receiver Jariah Tolbert – are in trouble* because of separate incidents* in the past week.
13 FRI
Here’s a rundown or two on the second installment of Big Red Weekend. | Quarterback talk* | Gaylord’s pride*
USA Today previews the Illini and ranks them 84th.
Nebraska and a few other Big Ten teams are near the bottom of Phil Steele's list of career starts on the offensive line.
12 THU
Recruiting at QB* has hit some rough spots, Sam McKewon writes.
DaiShon Neal talks with Jeremy Pernell about his expectations and more.
Four years ago, things weren't so quiet* on the Husker front.
Three Huskers make Athlon's first-team preseason All-Big Ten squad.
Five-dollar tickets? That was the deal 50 years ago when Memorial Stadium expanded for the first time.
11 WED
ESPN.com looks at Joe Moglia's unlikely journey to a college football head coaching job via Nebraska.
Hear Kenny Bell discuss the essential and complex role of leadership in the team's quest for championships.
NFL draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. rates Ameer Abdullah as college football's top senior running back prospect.
The most indispensable Huskers for 2014 are Randy Gregory and Kenny Bell, according to ESPN.com.
10 TUE
The idea of scrapping signing day picks up more support.
Enter to win a pair of Husker football season tickets in a raffle by Catholic Social Services of Southern Nebraska.
The LJS runs down the wide range of predictions about the 2014 Huskers from the preseason magazines.
Nebraska makes the top 25 of Berry Tramel's ranking of Power 5 schools' nonconference schedules* for 2014. | Must-sees in Big Ten
Bellevue West wide receiver CJ Johnson* makes his case at the Huskers' football camp. | QB to visit* | 4 Texas prospects*
09 MON
Tad Stryker suggests some ways to tame the world of recruiting.
Tom Shatel says Paul Meyers' exit is a big loss* for Husker athletics.
Corn Nation previews the Huskers' opening opponent, Florida Atlantic.
The NCAA settles Sam Keller's video game lawsuit* for $20 million.
08 SUN
Ameer Abdullah and Randy Gregory make Phil Steele's preseason second-team All-America squad.
The Big Ten has Nebraska's backing in the league's move to reduce schools' bowl ticket allotments.
QB Sheriron Jones, a Husker recruiting target, commits to Florida, but the Huskers remain in pursuit of Louisiana QB Jason Pellerin. | Neal's chats
07 SAT
Multi-sport star Monte Harrison* ends the suspense early* by agreeing to contract terms with the Brewers.
Looking for a fresh start,* redshirt freshman safety Drake Martinez has left the program. | Bio
Athlon scrutinizes win projections for NU and the rest of the Big Ten.
06 FRI
Here's a primer on Big Red Weekend. | NU links* | Neal the recruiter*
Monte Harrison needs to do "what's best for his future," Bo Pelini says.
Here's a great chance to add to your Husker memorabilia collection.
Go four minutes into this audio segment for the latest on Brenden Stai's charity golf event and more. | Moving on
Baseball's Bill McGuire is Saturday's Legends Radio Show guest.
Doak Ostergard's job status* at the university has become unclear.
05 THU
Monte Harrison* is selected in the MLB draft's second round by the Milwaukee Brewers as the No. 50 pick overall.
Stanley Jean-Baptiste's experience as a receiver is a plus as he learns the ropes in the New Orleans Saints' defensive backfield.
Phil Steele has four Huskers on his All-Big Ten first team.
Indianapolis has the Big Ten title game* locked up through 2021.
The fan experience improvements at Memorial Stadium will be a big deal on small screens.
Add a 500-lb. bench press to the examples of Tanner Farmer's work ethic.
Poll question: Should the B1G push for an early signing day? | Earlier visits
Steve Sipple says Paul Meyers' abrupt departure from the athletic department has the uneasy feel of a forced resignation. | Audio
04 WED
The ’Fro lives: Kenny Bell's “haircut” was a hoax.
Thunder Collins' latest challenge of his murder conviction is rejected.*
Wide receiver Spencer Tears announces he has decommitted. | 2015 class
Bo Pelini says eliminating signing day would cure a lot of recruiting ills.
Paul Meyers,* once seen as a possible successor to Tom Osborne as athletic director, has resigned* from the athletic department, and Michael Stephens is leaving for a post at Ohio.
Derek Johnson weighs in on the Stringfellow transfer and more.
Big Ten coaches have differing views on an early signing date.
Athlon pegs Nebraska for a third-place Big Ten West finish.
Hear Damore’ea Stringfellow discuss why he decided to transfer to NU.
03 TUE
There'll be a double dip of Big Red Weekends,* and CJ Johnson is among those intending to make an impression in Lincoln and elsewhere.
This early entry in NU's memorabilia derby will be tough to top.
Hail Varsity projects the Big Ten East and West races.
Sean Merriman's 2014 Big Ten all-breakout team includes defensive tackle Maliek Collins and guard Mike Moudy.*
Walk-ons Cole Conrad, offensive tackle, and Nate Meduna, tight end, discuss Shrine Bowl week and more. (Video)
02 MON
Recent history indicates transfer wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow has the frame* to be a difference-maker at Nebraska. | Change of scenery
Fans have until June 13 to enter the Huskers' 125th-anniversary memorabilia celebration and competition. | Details
As Monte Harrison's big week arrives, the LJS looks at how rare* it is for a baseball first-rounder not to sign with an MLB team.
Cory Schlesinger has memory loss but no regrets about playing football.
Phil Steele has the Huskers pegged at No. 33.
Randy Gregory tops ESPN.com's list of prospective Big Ten double-digit sack masters in 2014.
Athlon previews Florida Atlantic and ranks the Owls 91st.
01 SUN
ESPN.com’s Mitch Sherman examines the calculated risk Nebraska is taking with Washington transfer Damore’ea Stringfellow.
Two true freshmen* – Trai Mosley and Chris Jones – may have sufficient seasoning as true cover corners to contend for immediate playing time.
Jerry Murtaugh continues to help former Huskers in need,* and a Colorado golf event is the next fundraiser.
This week month in Husker history: Nebraska's 1919 split from the Missouri Valley Conference appears imminent.