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NU starts to play defense

Nebraska football players carried a variety of emotions with them to practice Monday afternoon. Sympathy for Colorado was not one of them. The Huskers began practicing for their national championship showdown with top-ranked Miami in the Jan. 3 Rose Bowl.


Also:
ABC, BCS not planning playoff
NU report, Dec. 10
What Others Said
Highly-rated cornerback, defensive end commit to NU


Creighton's game against NU will also be a finals study break

Creighton is preparing to weave a men's basketball test in between some academic exams this week with Wednesday night's home game against Nebraska. The Bluejays (3-2) and Huskers (6-0) meet at 7:05 p.m. Wednesday at the Civic Auditorium.




Mustangs' 'Rambo' grows up

Braumon Creighton was a sophomore at Millard North when he remembers meeting Chris Kinsella. Creighton started calling Chris Kinsella "Rambo" after Creighton saw that word printed across one of the youngster's T-shirts. After finishing fifth at state as a freshman and third at state as a sophomore, Kinsella won the 2001 Class A 145-pound championship with a 31-0 record. That was the same season Creighton returned to Millard North as an assistant coach.


Also:
Returning state qualifiers
It's true: twins are champs
Skutt's Meneely aims for four titles
Nebraska prep wrestling season schedule


Tom hopes to add gloss by winning national title

On the night of one of Stanford's biggest volleyball matches of the season, Logan Tom looked up in the stands and saw a guy in a UCLA jersey holding up a sign that said, "Logan, Will You Marry Me?" One year later, after jumping out of the spotlight in Sydney, Tom's college team is preparing for what she considers an equally big night, a Final Four match with No. 2 Nebraska on Thursday in San Diego.




Voice from the grandstand: Oregon's Bellotti crossed the line

Eight-player deal includes Roberto Alomar

Contraction may be delayed until 2003

Boys Town looks to turn corner

Metro Holiday tourney starts this weekend

Even Heisman has vote troubles



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