This week inHusker history
The week of March 3-9, looking back in five-year intervals
1933: Former Husker football All-American Ray Richards pulls off some villainous deeds as a pro wrestler while boxing legend Jack Dempsey referees. | Richards bio
1943: Nebraska's scheduled November game against Pittsburgh in Lincoln is among the intersectional contests likely to be canceled because of World War II travel restrictions.
1983: A pairing of Nebraska against Penn State in the inaugural Kickoff Classic is close to becoming official.
«2003: George Kelly, a former Nebraska assistant who played a big part in establishing the Blackshirt tradition in the 1960s, dies in South Bend, Ind., at age 75.
2008: Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh undergoes knee surgery and will miss spring drills. Also, the configuration of student seating undergoes a change.
2013: After the fifth practice of spring, coach Bo Pelini calls the team mentally weak.
2018: Sporting News predicts eight wins in Scott Frost's first season at Nebraska, and the April 21 spring game is rated as a must-see.