This week inHusker history
The week of Dec. 8-14, looking back in five-year intervals
1903: Nebraska tries to arrange a 1904 neutral-site game with Eastern powerhouse Princeton.
1913: In the wake of the dispute over the playing status of Clinton Ross, Nebraska is said to be threatening to drop Kansas from its 1914 football schedule.
1933: Once-beaten Nebraska ends the season No. 2 nationally in the Dickinson Rating System, an Illinois professor's math-based rankings. (There would be no AP polls until 1936).
DeFruiter on program
«1943: Former Husker halfback and future NFLer Bob DeFruiter is among the offensive stars as the March Field 4th Army Air Force team downs Pacific, 19-0.
1963: Miami pursues Bob Devaney to succeed Andy Gustafson as head coach.
1983: Tom Osborne is uneasy as oddsmakers list Nebraska as an 11-point favorite over Miami in the Orange Bowl. Dean Steinkulhler, meanwhile, adds the Outland Trophy to his hardware haul.
1993: Respect for Nebraska is in short supply as the Huskers prepare for the national title game. Meanwhile, the Butkus Award goes to Trev Alberts.
1998: Tom Osborne is inducted into college football's Hall of Fame.
2003: Nebraska's coaching search continues as Butch Davis and Dave Wannstedt, two NFL coaches rumored to be on Steve Pederson's short list, say they've had no contact with Nebraska.
2008: Nebraska offensive coordinator Shawn Watson reportedly interviews for the top job at New Mexico.
2013: Tommie Frazier is inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Meanwhile, Nebrska draws Georgia as a bowl opponent for the second consecutive year.
2018: The coaching staff makes a mass recruiting visit to woo four-star defensive end Ty Robinson in Arizona