This week inHusker history
The week of March 30-April 5, looking back in five-year intervals
«1929: New coach Dana X. Bible arrives on campus to join his team, which is already in the thick of spring drills. A practice game is set for the end of the week. | Editorial
1939: The Huskers split into Harvard and Yale squads for two scrimmages (1, 2) before recessing for spring break.
1944: The difficulties of wartime football at Nebraska are evident as just 18 players report for the first session of spring practice. To keep the ranks from thinning, Coach A.J. Lewandowksi decides there will be no scrimmages.
1959: With spring drills about to begin, hopes are high based on the quality and quantity of players.
2009: Bo Pelini's new contract elevates the second-year coach to the middle of the Big 12 pack in pay.