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This week in
Husker history

The week of Feb. 16-22, looking back in five-year intervals:
 
1914: Nebraska loses its most attractive rivalry because of Minnesota's refusal to play in Lincoln. After playing 13 times since the turn of the century, the two teams would meet just once in the next 18 seasons. | Full story
 
1969: Beano Cook of ABC-TV ranks the Huskers' 12-0 home loss to Kansas State as college football's biggest upset of 1968. | Game page
 
1994: There's a shift looming in the college football landscape with the announcement that four Southwest Conference schools – Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and Baylor – have been invited to join the Big Eight.
 
2004: Offensive lineman Richie Incognito and fullback Grant Miller are charged with assault after an altercation at an off-campus party.
 
2009: Patrick Witt, a top candidate to become Nebraska’s starting QB, decides to leave the program.
 
2014: Ndamukong Suh joins Vince Young, Adrian Peterson and Robert Griffin III on ESPN's Big 12 Mount Rushmore.