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2010 recruiting coverage
Bo Pelini likes the O-line depth that is building up.
Wednesday’s signing-day developments may have surprised fans and pundits, but not Bo Pelini. More from the big day: Capsules (1, 2) | Photos (1, 2) | Rankings | In-staters & walk-ons | Fort Scott connection | Notes | H'Pedia page
Owamagbe Odighizuwa opts for UCLA, but it's a day of otherwise pleasant surprises as safety Corey Cooper & QB Brion Carnes sign on as Huskers. Bo Pelini will discuss the class at a 2:30 p.m. press conference. See the LJS’s recruit capsules and interactive feature as well as a rundown on the walk-ons. Links for updates: OWH | LJS | Rivals | Scout | H'Pedia list | ESPNU
It’s nervous season for coaches & fans alike. | Papuchis’ success | McKewon commentary
An early signing period would be bad for NU, Sam McKewon says.
NU enjoys an improving image in the eyes of prospects and their coaches. | Notes
SI.com's Andy Staples ranks NU’s 1992 recruiting class No. 2. | Dodd on 2005
A strong finish to 2010 recruiting can set up a big 2011, Sam McKewon writes.
Memories of the ones that got away make recruiting season tense. | More options | ’11 notes: 1, 2
Recruiting updates on Owamagbe Odighizuwa (1, 2) | Related commentary: Sherman, Sipple
A player’s character is more important now than ever before, Steve Sipple writes.
NU remains solidly in the hunt for defensive stars Corey Cooper & Owa Odighizuwa.
Recruiting creates tough calls for players and coaches alike. | Remaining targets
QB Bronson Marsh of Millard South and OG Zach Fulton will visit this weekend.
Three recruits enroll and become Huskers. | More on Jay Guy | QB to visit
It’ll be a 365-day season for Bo Pelini and his staff, Sam McKewon writes.
Owamagbe Odighizuwa discusses his renewed interest in Nebraska.
Quarterbacks remain on NU’s recruiting radar. | 2011 prospect Jamal Turner
Bo Pelini takes a hard line on soft commits.
Shawn Watson says there’ll be another quarterback recruit in the fold come February.
Will the offense’s identity crisis hurt recruiting?
The 2010 recruiting class might make up for in quality what it lacks in quantity.
Ted Gilmore says fans need not panic about the recruiting for 2010.
Decommits from 2008 form a sizable lineup of Husker foes in 2009.
Jason Dann, a kicker from Texas, reportedly will walk on at Nebraska.
Work on the recruiting class of 2010 is already underway.