• 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.
• 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?
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• Cornerbacks Avery Anderson and Eric Lee Jr. are like brothers in Colorado, but their paths to becoming Nebraska commits differ.
• Sam McKewon notes that Damoreea Stringfellow's decommitment wasn't his first surprise move* regarding the Huskers.
• Damoreea 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.
• Damoreea 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• Heres a rundown or two on the second installment of Big Red Weekend. | Quarterback talk* | Gaylords 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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*
• 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.
• 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
• 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.
• 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.
• 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
• 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 Damoreea Stringfellow discuss why he decided to transfer to NU.
• 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.
• 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)
• Recent history indicates transfer wide receiver Damoreea 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.
• ESPN.coms Mitch Sherman examines the calculated risk Nebraska is taking with Washington transfer Damoreea 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.
week month in Husker history: Nebraska's 1919 split from the Missouri Valley Conference appears imminent.
• Damoreea Stringfellow is now officially signed* with Nebraska.*