This week in Husker history
The week of Aug. 31-Sept. 6, looking back in five-year intervals:
1904: A 6-foot-3, 260-pound Goliath of secret identity is said to be among the prospective members of Nebraska's 1904 squad. | Full story
1909: Coach W.C. King Cole faces pressure for improvement over the 7-2-1 season of 1908. | Full story
«1964: Bob Devaney is not hyping his team much despite the successful 1963 campaign capped by an Orange Bowl victory.
1984: Nebraska is featured prominently in a Sports Illustrated feature on walk-ons' success.
1989: The book Big Red Confidential casts an unflattering light on Nebraska football.
1994: Former Husker Scott Baldwin is released from court-ordered treatment.
1999: After a slow start, Nebraska rolls to a 42-7 win at Iowa in Kirk Ferentzs first game as the Hawkeyes' coach. No. 2 quarterback Eric Crouch had three touchdown runs, including this memorable one.
2004: In Bill Callahan's Nebraska coaching debut, the Huskers blast Division 1-AA Western Illinois, 56-17, despite Joe Daileys four interceptions.
2009: The Huskers open the season with a 49-3 romp over Howard Schnellenberger's Florida Atlantic Owls.
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