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Byrne tuning out critics

Click To EnlargeNebraska Athletic Director Bill Byrne says that he is disappointed in the football team's performance this season, that no "boosters of substance" have expressed displeasure to him about the coaching staff and that Frank Solich was his choice for the head coaching job when Tom Osborne retired in 1997. Byrne declines to answer questions about specific coaching personnel.


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Longtime donor believes Huskers will rise again
NU's Horne continues to climb


Behrns, ex-player to face off Saturday

Pat Behrns didn't know what the future held for Dale Lennon back in the early 1980s, but he had a feeling it would turn out positive. It was Behrns - then the head coach at North Dakota - who recruited Lennon, a fullback from Knox, N.D., to play for the Fighting Sioux. Lennon is now the fourth-year head coach for the Sioux, and he brings the defending NCAA Division II national champions to face Behrns' University of Nebraska at Omaha team at 1 p.m. Saturday at Caniglia Field.




Soccer club plans indoor facility

The Millard Star Soccer Association will break ground next month on a facility that will house four indoor fields, and concession, office and fitness areas. The group has purchased 10.1 acres near Chalco Hills Recreation Area, on what was formerly a driving range, to build the 80,000 square-foot indoor facility.




'Golden Bears' are growling in ads about Baylor's woes

Saturday is homecoming at Baylor as Kansas State rolls into town. Instead of a happy gathering of past and present Bears, a vocal group of Baylor alumni fed up with the school's struggling football program is spewing dissent.




Tuesday's scoreboard

Tom Shatel: First downs and second guesses

Nebraska prep softball ratings: Balanced Top 10 includes four teams from Class B ranks

Cambridge senior accepts NU volleyball scholarship

CU's Flanery 'excited' about freshman class

Anaheim blast Giants to take 2-1 Series lead



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