This week in
Husker history

The week of March 9-15, looking back in five-year intervals:
1904: The Colorado game, originally scheduled to be played in Denver, is moved to Boulder at CU’s request.
1909: Uncertainty about the future of head coach W.C. “King” Cole continues. Also, arrangements are made for the Minnesota game to be played in Omaha.
«1914: Electing a captain is on the agenda as Jumbo Stiehm’s squad prepares for spring practice. Also, Russian-born former Husker John Koehler (left), a three-year letterman at center, becomes the head coach at Marquette.
2004: With spring practices approaching, offensive coordinator Jay Norvell discusses his plans for implementing the West Coast offense* and schooling the quarterbacks.*
2009: Joe Ganz and other players hope to get NFL scouts' attention at pro day* in Lincoln.
* Wayback Machine link – may take several seconds to load