This week inHusker history
The week of Jan. 6-12, looking back in five-year intervals
1903: A bill to prohibit football at public educational institutions is set to be introduced in the state Legislature.
1918: Nebraska announces an ambitious schedule for 1918, but four of the games – against Syracuse, Washington State, Northwestern and Missouri – would not pan out because of World War I and an influenza pandemic.
1973: Bob Devaney's name comes up in speculation about the New England Patriots' coaching job.
1978: Former Nebraska assistant Carl Selmer becomes offensive coordinator at Kansas State.
1983: Tom Osborne and Lou Holtz criticize new NCAA academic standards based on test scores, with Osborne calling them culturally unfair.
«1988: Neil Smith is named the defensive star of the game in the Japan Bowl. Meanwhile, Mike Rozier enjoys a career revival as the Houston Oilers advance in the NFL playoffs.
1993: Junior I-back Derek Brown decides to enter the NFL draft.
1998: I-back Ahman Green opts to skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft.
2003: The look of Frank Solich's transformed staff comes into focus, with Barney Cotton coming aboard as offensive coordinator and Milt Tenopir out as offensive line coach.
2008: National pundits have praise for Bo Pelini after his last game as LSU's defensive coordinator.
2013: Offensive coordinator Tim Beck receives a pay increase to $700,000, nearly double the $365,000 he made in 2012.
2018: Former Nebraska offensive lineman Aaron Taylor is selected for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame. | HOF Huskers