This week in Husker history
The week of July 1-7, looking back in five-year intervals:
1952: Brisk ticket sales are reported in the lead-up to the 1952 season.
«1957: NFL veteran Ed Husmann re-signs with the Chicago Cardinals and plans to move from guard to center.
1967: Nebraska coach Bob Devaney and running back Harry Wilson get set for the Coaches All-America game in Atlanta.
1982: Vince Ferragamo rejoins the Los Angeles Rams after a season with the Canadian Football League's Montreal Alouettes.
1987: Tom Osborne helps persuade an NCAA presidents convention not to cut football scholarships in Division I-A from 95 to 90. Also, undrafted running back Doug DuBose says he intends to prove a point after signing as a free agent with the San Francisco 49ers.
1992: Vince Ferragamo is named to the Orange County Hall of Fame in California.
1997: Former Husker quarterback Tommie Frazier receives medical clearance to resume his football career.
2002: Linebacker Randy Stella, suspended and then dismissed from the team, decides to resume his college career at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
2007: The Nebraska Football Hall of Fame announces that five former Huskers will be inducted in September.
2012: The cost of suiting up a Husker is pegged at nearly $1,000.