This week inHusker history
The week of Sept. 13-19, looking back in five-year intervals:
1905: Assistant coach John Westover tries to put a damper on optimistic talk about the 1905 team as practices proceed in rainy South Bend, Neb. | Full stories: 1, 2
1915: It's feared that future Hall-of-Famer Guy Chamberlin will need to tend to the family farm and miss the coming season.
«1920: Charles L. Thomas, who coached Nebraska in 1895, dies in Omaha at age 48 after suffering a stroke.
1925: Speedster Roland Locke gets the green light from track coach Henry Schulte to continue playing football.
1930: The running backs have a good showing in the Huskers' first scrimmage of fall.
1935: Coach Dana X. Bible says the Huskers will settle for no less than the Big Six title. Meanwhile, the university plans a crackdown on drinking at games.
1945: The Huskers are an inexperienced bunch as they prepare for their opener against Oklahoma.
1955: Coach Bill Glassford's Huskers fall to Hawaii in a stunning 6-0 upset.
1965: The Huskers, ranked No. 1 and featured on Sports Illustrated's cover, hold TCU to nine first downs and 164 yards in a 34-14 season-opening win.
1970: Nebraska and Southern Cal battle to a 21-21 draw in Los Angeles. Six turnovers hurt the Huskers in what would turn out to be their only non-victory of the season.
1975: With several key players sitting out, Nebraska wins a defensive battle against LSU, 10-7.
1980: Led by Jarvis Redwine's 179 yards, the Huskers open the season by rushing for 545 yards in a 55-9 dismantling of Utah.
«1990: Lyell Bremser, the longtime radio play-by-play voice of the Huskers, dies at age 73 in Arizona.
1995: A 304-yard first quarter sets the tone as Nebraska, playing without the suspended Lawrence Phillips, clobbers Arizona State 77-28.
2005: Blocked field goals by Zach Potter and Adam Ickes preserve a 7-6 win over Pitt. ABC's Brent Musburger is ticketed after the game.
2010: The Huskers crush Washington in Seattle, 56-21, as Taylor Martinez, Roy Helu and Rex Burkhead all eclipse 100 yards rushing.
2015: Nebraska erases a 23-point deficit in the final 8:36 of regulation but falls in overtime to Miami, 36-33.