This week inHusker history
The week of Jan. 12-18, looking back in five-year intervals
1914: A game with Michigan State is in the works.
1929: New head coach Dana X. Bible announces his five-member staff of assistant coaches, including former Husker All-American Ed Weir.
1949: As Nebraska searches for a head coach, New Hampshire's Bill Glassford expresses interest.
1959: Head coach Bill Jennings gets a $1,000 raise in a new contract that runs through the 1961 season.
1969: The standard kickoff time for Nebraska's home football games is moved up from 2 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
1979: Tom Osborne receives a pay raise from $36,040 to $44,000, elevating him (temporarily) from lowest-paid Big Eight coach to the highest.
1984: Turner Gill is named offensive player of the game after he and Irving Fryar help the West to a win in the Japan Bowl in Yokohama.
1994: Tony Veland's move to safety leaves the Huskers with just two scholarship quarterbacks.
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.
2014: Charlton Warren is hired to replace Terry Joseph as coach of the Huskers' defensive secondary.
2019: Juco running back Dedrick Mills signs with the Huskers and plans to join the team in the summer.