This week inHusker history
The week of April 7-13, looking back in five-year intervals
1933: George Sauer runs for two touchdowns and passes for a third as the Whites dominate the final spring scrimmage, 22-0, against the Reds.
1953: The emphasis is on the single wing as spring drills begin in coach Bill Glassford's fifth season.
1958: Coach Bill Jennings says inexperience will be a challenge as just 11 lettermen return for spring drills.
1963: A modern scoreboard clock is in the works for Memorial Stadium to replace the sweeping-hands version that fans found difficult to read.
1988: Gov. Kay Orr vetoes a bill that could have allowed Nebraska football players to be paid.
1993: During spring drills, Nebraska finds itself thin at quarterback depth due to injuries.
1998: The Huskers and Wolverines are honored as 1997 college football co-champions during a ceremony at the White House hosted by President Bill Clinton.
2003: The defense dominates the final scrimmage before the spring game.
2008: The upcoming spring game, the Huskers' first under new coach Bo Pelini, is declared a sellout.
2013: Nebraska running back Braylon Heard picks Kentucky as his transfer destination.
2018: Quarterback Patrick O'Brien confirms he intends to transfer.