This week in Husker history
The week of Jan. 10-16, looking back in five-year intervals:
1906: Kansas and Nebraska re-establish athletic relations after a three-year break.
1936: Coach Dana X. Bible sets the start of spring drills for March 2 and urges players to take part in indoor track in the interim.
1941: Husker line coach Roy Link Lyman is a top candidate to become head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. (The job would go to Earle Greasy Neale.)
1951: A 1950 Husker highlights film draws more than 800 fans to the Coliseum. Meanwhile, WOWs two-season run of televising all Husker home games is over as the NCAA bans the practice. | Background
«1971: President Richard Nixon visits Lincoln to to present the Cornhuskers a plaque declaring them the No. 1 team in the nation. Pictured on stage at the Coliseum with the president are coach Bob Devaney, fullback Dan Schneiss and linebacker Jerry Murtaugh.
1976: Tom Osbornes pay is set to rise from $29,000 in 1975 to $30,918 in 1976 after he rejected a larger increase.
1986: The Patriots' Irving Fryar is sidelined by knife wounds sustained during a fight with his wife.
1996: Tommie Frazier earns MVP honors in the East-West Shrine Game. After struggling early, he led the West to three fourth-quarter touchdowns, including a five-yard run and a 52-yard pass to UCLA's Kevin Jordan.
2001: Correll Buckhalter has 61 receiving yards and 54 rushing yards in the East-West Shrine Game.
2006: Former Colorado offensive coordinator Shawn Watson* joins Bill Callahans staff as tight ends coach.
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