This week inHusker history
The week of March 17-23, looking back in five-year intervals
1958: Head coach Bill Jennings sends four assistants to Tennessee to gain insights into the workings of the Volunteers' defense.
1973: UConn selects Larry Naviaux, a halfback for the Huskers from 1956 through 1958, as head coach. Cornhusker Yearbook photo shows him carrying the ball in a 1957 game.
1988: A bill that would make NU football players paid state employees wins first-round approval in the Nebraska Legislature.
1993: Former Husker safety Tyrone Byrd suffers a broken back in a New Mexico auto accident.
2003: Position changes for three defensive players are announced ahead of the start of spring drills.
2008: Bo Pelini indicates seniority won't count for much as players get evaluated in upcoming spring drills.
2013: The East Stadium expansion makes the sellout streak less of a sure thing.