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On his way to the courthouse, Foreman said he's in the state as a concerned football fan.

"I really want to complain about Nebraska the school. It's not doing well in football," Foreman said. "Since '83 I have been a dedicated fan. I want a national title. I want this team to regroup and get back on its feet and next year should be the year, or I'm coming back and I'm taking heads."
Channel 7 News. "Big Red Zone." 10 December 2004. 11 December 2004 <www.theomahachannel.com>.
LINCOLN, Neb. -- The University of Nebraska Athletic Department has received a $5 million donation from Charles and Romona Myers, of Omaha, for the Memorial Stadium football complex expansion.
Channel 7 News. "Big Red Zone." 9 December 2004. 11 December 2004 <www.theomahachannel.com>.
Athletics Director Steve Pederson said at a news conference Wednesday that the gift is the largest single donation in the history of the university's athletic department.

The money is earmarked for the Myers Performance Center for Student-Athletes, which will house the strength complex, football locker and equipment rooms and athletic medicine facilities. The Myers' donation increased total funds raised for the $50 million project to more than $20 million, Pederson said.
Channel 7 News. "Big Red Zone." 9 December 2004. 11 December 2004 <www.theomahachannel.com>.
Pederson said the timing of the Myers family's gift is appreciated. Pederson said the Myers came to the aid of the football program at a time of need, not when it was winning national championships.

The Cornhuskers suffered through their first losing season since 1961 this year.
Channel 7 News. "Big Red Zone." 9 December 2004. 11 December 2004 <www.theomahachannel.com>.
Charles Myers is founder of Superior Industries, Inc., a builder of refrigerated structures. He sold the company in 1998. The Myers are longtime football season ticket-holders and members of the Directors Club booster group.

Myers said he knows $5 million is a healthy number. He hopes it is enough to get potential donors to write their checks for the $50 million Memorial Stadium expansion project.
Channel 7 News. "Big Red Zone." 9 December 2004. 11 December 2004 <www.theomahachannel.com>.
Huskers earning honorable mention are safety Daniel Bullocks, tight end Matt Herian, center Kurt Mann, running back Cory Ross and cornerback Fabian Washington.

Oklahoma quarterback Jason White is the offensive player of the year and Texas linebacker Derrick Johnson the defensive player of the year. OU running back Adrian Peterson is offensive newcomer of the year and Colorado linebacker Jordon Dizon defensive freshman of the year. Iowa State's Dan McCarney was named coach of the year.

Selections are made by the league's 12 head coaches, who are not permitted to vote for their own players.
Channel 7 News. "Big Red Zone". 10 December 2004. 11 December 2004 <www.theomahachannel.com>.