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30 Nov
omaha.com
Recruiting news gets even better for NU
LINCOLN - Just two days after reality slammed into Nebraska by delivering the first November morning in 36 years without a football game still to be played, the ultimate paradox unveiled itself Monday.

NU ascended to the No. 1 position, according to rivals.com, in the national ranking of recruiting classes
29 Nov
omaha.com
Callahan lands help for defensive line
LINCOLN - Somebody outside the Nebraska football program apparently noticed the Huskers were running thin on defensive tackles. A day after injuries and past mistakes in recruiting limited NU to two available scholarship players at the position in a season-ending loss to Colorado, a pair of defensive tackles joined the recruiting class of 2005
28 Nov
omaha.com
Bo Ruud bullish on NU's future
LINCOLN - On ESPN late Friday night, the talking heads were calling Nebraska's football season a "debacle" and an "embarrassment."

In the aftermath, it was hard to argue. Even if you were one of those players pulling off the white helmet with the red "N" on it.
27 Nov
omaha.com
Nebraska is bowled over
LINCOLN - The end of an era was quiet, almost frozen, with grown men welling up with tears and fans hanging over the rafters, trying to figure out what to do.
Nov 30
MSNBC shopping
http://shopping.msn.com/softcontent/softcontent.aspx?scpId=4138&scmId=1340&ptnrid=1&ptnrdata=180
top 10 holiday gifts

for her and him
her = diamond earings,pink ipod, handbag, wrist purse, new perfume, cahsmere robe, brooch, brush set, crystal jewelry, flowers
him = LCD projection HDTV, cashmere sweater, Vehicle GPS system, north face jacket, ugg slippers, feather bed, watch, jeans, new cologne, shave set
27 Nov
houstonchronicle.com
Touring Commandments make a symbolic stop

Alabama tablet pulls up alongside contested display outside courthouse
A 5,280-pound Ten Commandments monument removed from an Alabama court building was displayed near a Bible monument at the Harris County Civil Courts Building on Friday to show support of religious symbols on government property
28 Nov
lubbockonline.com
Traveling Ten Commandments monument stops in Harris County
HOUSTON (AP) — The Ten Commandments monument removed from an Alabama court building was displayed briefly this week near a Bible monument at the center of another legal battle because of its placement in front of the Harris County Civil courts building
30 NOv
msn.com/shoping
http://shopping.msn.com/softcontent/softcontent.aspx?scpId=4075&scmId=1560
Top x-mas gifts
sheepskin bags/purses; electronic "bar master (helps mix drinks); E-L-M-O doll; Halo 2 (video/computer game); spider-man 2 special edition DVD; iQuest (helps study); Inova long distance flash light; "helen" (ugg-like) boot; fur-trim Cashmere Poncho (cashmere is in); fleece-lined ski-jacket; NINENDO DS; RCA Lyra MP3 player
Huskers
1 Dec
omaha.com
No more firings, Osborne says
KEARNEY, Neb. - The streaks of consecutive bowl games and non-losing seasons that Tom Osborne helped build over a quarter-century are now history.
huskers
1 Dec
omaha.com
NU's Ruud named to coaches' All-Big 12 team
LINCOLN - Barrett Ruud was Nebraska's only first-team selection on the All-Big 12 Conference football team released Wednesday
Netherlands euthanize babies
30 Nov
omaha.com
Netherlands hospital euthanizes babies
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) - Raising the stakes in an excruciating ethical debate, a hospital in the Netherlands - the first nation to permit euthanasia - recently proposed guidelines for mercy killings of terminally ill newborns, and then made a startling revelation: It has already begun carrying out such procedures in a handful of cases and reporting them to the government
Ten Commandments
2 Dec
omaha.com
Burlington Eagles to save monument
BURLINGTON, Iowa (AP) - Members of an Eagles club plan to move granite tablets engraved with the Ten Commandments from a train depot to their meeting place.
Steroids
4 Dec
nytimes.com
Newest Reports Place Bonds Back at Center of Steroid Case
The player swinging for the most storied record in baseball is being linked more than ever to what could be the sport's biggest scandal since the Chicago White Sox threw the 1919 World Series
Huskers man leaves
3 Dec
omaha.com
Gill severs last link to NU glory
LINCOLN - He didn't want to answer questions. Didn't want to make a fuss
Turner Gill spent 17 years at Nebraska and four minutes on his farewell speech.