This week in
Husker history

The week of Dec. 7-13, looking back in five-year intervals
1904: Nebraska eyes James Hogan, Yale's 28-year-old senior All-America tackle and captain, as a possible head coach as NU prepares for the possible exit of coach W.C. “Bummy” Booth. (Booth would end up staying through the 1905 season.)
1909: Tackle Leroy Temple of Lexington is elected captain of the 1910 Cornhuskers. | Full story
1914: Unbeaten Nebraska wants to play Harvard to show that the Huskers are not just a regional power.
1999: Former Husker Jason Peter returns to action with the Carolina Panthers after sitting out seven games with a neck injury.
2009: Grant Wistrom is inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, and Ndamukong Suh's postseason haul includes a fourth-place finish in the Heisman voting.
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