This week in Husker history
The week of May 4-10, looking back in five-year intervals:
1909: A loophole appears to allow Husker tackle William Chaloupka, team captain in 1908, an extra season of eligibility, but it wasn't to be. Also, the Athletic Board elections are spiced up by opposition to athletic director Raymond G. Clapps purported de-emphasis of football and baseball.
1959: After a scoreless first half, the Varsity scores three touchdowns in the final 30 minutes for a 22-0 win over the Alumni. | Preview
«1964: Sophomore-to-be quarterback Bob Churchich leads the Whites to a 24-15 win in the spring game, a night contest at Seacrest Field.
1969: Bill Bomberger's field goal with 19 seconds remaining lifts the Whites to a 10-8 win in the spring game.
1974: Three fourth-quarter touchdowns give the Reds a 41-40 win in the spring game.
1979: Transfer I-back Jarvis Redwine rushes for 94 yards as the Reds register a 27-13 win in the spring game.
1989: Defensive back Charles Fryar feels he has been snubbed in the NFL draft.
2004: Trev Alberts cautions Husker fans to be ready for ups and downs with the new coaching staff.
2009: Sam Keller sues EA Sports and the NCAA over the use of players' likenesses in electronic games.
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