This week inHusker history
The week of June 23-29, looking back in five-year intervals
Nebraska played Minnesota and/or Iowa every season from 1891 to 1919. Shown here is action from the 1912 game in Minneapolis. (Cornhusker yearbook photo)
1913: Iowa and Minnesota are said to favor Nebraska's bid to join the Western Conference, but the distance factor gives other schools pause.
1938: Plans for what would become known as the Schulte Field House at Memorial Stadium begin taking shape.
1963: Bill Thunder Thornton helps the West to a 22-21 win in the AFCA All-Star Game.
1978: Bear Bryant and Bob Devaney talk to an Atlanta gathering of sports information directors about how to handle unfavorable publicity.
2003: Former Husker wingback Tim McCrady dies of cancer at age 45.
2008: Former Husker All-America defensive tackle Jason Peter comes forward with revelations about his struggles with addiction.
2013: Linebacker Thomas Brown and defensive end Ernest Suttles are kicked off the team after an off-campus altercation.
2018: Quarterbacks coach Mario Verduzco explains why Scott Frost is the man to bring Nebraska back.