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Little I-back Ross makes big leap

Click To EnlargeJust a month ago, I-back Cory Ross was No. 6 on Nebraska's preseason depth chart, just a face in the crowd among eight scholarship players. There are a couple of I-backs who wish they were in Ross' shoes today. The redshirt freshman has jumped to No. 3 on Nebraska's depth chart, listed ahead of - but still sharing - the spot with junior Josh Davis.


Also:
Tuesday's Husker Report
Through the eyes of Pat Ricketts
NU Notes: Ricketts keeps level head
Captain's Report: O-line reacted well against ASU


Mavericks, Lopers set to clash in opener

Click To Enlarge Thursday's season-opening football game between UNK and UNO isn't about bragging rights and impressing potential recruits. It's more about getting things started right and getting rid of a couple of streaks. When the 8:05 p.m. game at Caniglia Field ends, either the University of Nebraska at Kearney or the University of Nebraska at Omaha will have been successful.




Underwood's Tiarks earns W-H Western Iowa coaching honor

Click To EnlargeCoach Joyce Tiarks, who recorded career victory No. 500 while leading Underwood to an improbable third-place finish at the Iowa state softball tourney, is the second female winner of The World-Herald's Western Iowa Coach of the Year award. She joins fellow Western Iowa Conference coach Gail Hartigan of Treynor, who won it in 1994.




NU, CU golf hoping fall, spring follow summer

Click To EnlargeWith state champions and national qualifiers on their rosters, Nebraska's two Division I women's golf teams are expecting more than a year ago. At Nebraska, that would mean reaching the NCAA championship. The Huskers next spring play host to the Central Regional at Firethorn Golf Club in Lincoln. At Creighton, it would mean a middle-division finish in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament.


Also:
Golf calendar


Tom Shatel: First downs, second guesses

Voice From the Grandstand: Save biblical references for the religion page!

UNO hockey duo hopes rehab is complete

Royals' playoff hopes suffer after 4-2 road loss

Players says drug testing deal reached; Selig to join talks

Ex NU-star Erstad goes 5 for 5 in Angels' win



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