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Beyond Taylor, QB wide open
First rule in the Bill Callahan school of recruiting quarterbacks: Get all you can now and sort them out later. Even as the Nebraska football team moves through spring practice with its QB position in solid condition, the wheels continue to spin behind the scene.
Two Huskers are filling big shoes
NU Notes: Spain comes into spring energized
Fresh faces joining Husker-Jays softball rivalry
With both the Creighton and Nebraska softball teams staring at busy schedules this week, it's hard for either of the state's two Division I programs to get too geared up about one single contest. Still, this is CU versus NU we're talking about. The Huskers and Bluejays play the first of their two scheduled 2006 meetings at 6 tonight at the Creighton Sports Complex.
Lancers, Stars recall playoff series three years ago
It's been three years now since Omaha and Lincoln have tangled in the United States Hockey League playoffs - too long if you ask Lancer defenseman Nick Schaus. "The rivalry is still there," Schaus said. "Every time we play it's a battle, so it's an exciting time."
March madness, and some luck, too
Russell Pleasant has some explaining to do. Such is life when you're one of four out of 3 million contest entrants to pick all the teams in this year's Final Four: LSU, Florida, UCLA and . . . George Mason? George Mason? Yep, he called it. The Bellevue man says his long-shot pick was a mistake.
Tom Shatel: NU cable deal aids recruiting, but not the fans
Doubles ace Bridges proves a worthy warrior
Nebraska prep tennis capsules
Royals' Gordon will start season at Class AA Wichita
Don Martineau was a fighter to the finish
Mav hockey player signs NHL contract
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