This week inHusker history
The week of March 31 through April 6, looking back in five-year intervals
«1918: Injured knees and colorblindness thwart the attempts of Nebraska all-conference lineman Edson Shaw to enlist in the military during World War I. Shaw would nonetheless end up playing professional football, winning an NFL championship with the Canton Bulldogs in 1922 with former Cornhuskers Guy Chamberlin and Roy Link Lyman.
1938: Starting positions remain up for grabs as spring drills resume after spring break under second-year coach Biff Jones.
1948: Husker tackle Carl Samuelson, a 24-year-old World War II veteran with two seasons of eligibility remaining, announces he's turning pro.
1963: About 100 players turn out for the opening of spring drills in coach Bob Devaney's second season.
1973: Coach Marv Levy and the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League make an ultimately successful attempt to lure Nebraska's Johnny Rodgers, the San Diego Chargers' No. 1 draft pick.
1993: The Miami Dolphins acquire former Husker receiver Irving Fryar from the Patriots.
1998: The defense dominates the first spring scrimmage under new head coach Frank Solich.
2003: New athletic director Steve Pederson discusses his management style: "I believe that when you take care of all the little things that big things will happen."
2008: Cody Glenn moves from running back to linebacker.
2013: Seven-year-old Jack Hoffman's 69-yard touchdown run provides an unforgettable moment in the Red-White spring game.
2018: Scott Frost is No. 5 on AP's "Most Likely to Succeed" list of FBS coaches in new jobs.