This week in Husker history
The week of Jan. 12-18, looking back in five-year intervals:
1914: A game with Michigan State is in the works.
«1954: After saying he's not resigning, Nebraska's embattled head coach, Bill Glassford, keeps his job.
1984: Two fourth-down completions by Turner Gill help the West drive to a fourth-quarter touchdown to win the Japan Bowl in Yokohama.
2004: After new head coach Bill Callahan dismisses* most of Frank Solich's assistants, Bo Pelini joins Bob Stoops' staff at Oklahoma* and says he had no shot at Nebraska's top job.
2009: Ndamukong Suh decides he'll stay for his senior season, making it official he won't enter the NFL draft. Also, Marlon Lucky* earns MVP honors by rushing for 68 yards and a TD in the East-West Shrine Game.
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