This week in Husker history
The week of Nov. 30 - Dec. 6, looking back in five-year intervals:
1894: After witnessing a well-attended Iowa-Nebraska game, the Omaha Bee sees college football as something that just might catch on in Nebraska. | Full editorial
1899: The first decade of Nebraska football ends with a wretched 12-0 loss to Grinnell in Omaha. | Full story
1909: There's hope for adding a Nebraska-Michigan game in Omaha to the 1910 schedule. (It wouldn't pan out, but the teams would play in 1911 in Lincoln and 1917 in Ann Arbor.) | Full story
In 1914, tackle Vic Halligan became NUs first three-time all-conference selection and its first All-American.
«1914: Nebraska players make up more than half of the all-conference team.
1944: The Huskers fall to Big Six champion Oklahoma, 31-12, in a game that saw the Sooners hold Nebraska to minus-11 yards rushing in the first half.
1999: Avenging a turnover-filled loss in Austin in the regular season, the Huskers throttle Texas, 22-6, in the Big 12 championship game.
2009: A dominating performance by defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh isn't quite enough as Texas advances to the BCS title game with a controversial 13-12 win over Nebraska in the Big 12 championship game.