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Huskers commence training for new era

The current NU players and coaches, whether they realize it or not, are part of a changing era in Cornhusker football. Brandon Koch, a junior offensive lineman, said he's certainly not oblivious to it as spring practice opens today.

  • A full-page guide to prepare you for our first glimpse of the new-look Huskers.

    Bluejay women hoping home is sweet, too

    Oregon State Coach Judy Spoelstra called her team's efforts to get to Nebraska for the WNIT a "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" kind of experience. But Spoelstra likely won't get much sympathy from Creighton Coach Jim Flanery, whose team has gone on the road, from coast to coast, to win five WNIT games in the past two seasons. Tonight, the Bluejays will try to get their first home victory in the tournament when Oregon State visits the Civic Auditorium for the WNIT quarterfinals.

    Yori loses 4 starters but aims to keep winning attitude

    Red-hot Jays take on NU softball

    Nebraska Coach Rhonda Revelle broke into rhyme while sizing up today's softball showdown between her Huskers and Creighton: "They're red-hot, and we're not," Revelle said. OK, even Revelle admitted that analysis was a bit oversimplified. But it sounds good. CU's 21-4 start is the best in Coach Brent Vigness' 11 years with the team. The game, which starts at 5 today at the CU Sports Complex, will be the first either team has played in their home state this year.

    Harlan duo amongst state basketball elite

    Five western Iowa boys basketball players have been named first-team all-staters by the Iowa Newspaper Association. During their meeting in Des Moines on Sunday, the INA's statewide panel of sportswriters selected Harlan Community seniors Joel Osborn and Jeff Bissen, Sioux City Heelan senior Dylan Grimsley and Carroll junior Sean Haluska to the Class 3-A first team. In Class 1-A, Manning senior Kyle Stribe made the first team.

    Tom Shatel: First downs, second guesses

    Judge to decide whether details of sex life of Bryant's accuser can be used at trial

    Bearcat Shaw comes up big again on court

    Cizek wants to be money player again

    Roncalli passes early-season test

    Huskers deck Jays

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