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December 11, 2007Edit

MBB: Huskers Dominate Over Savannah StateEdit

The 2007 Men's Basketball Team kept their undefeated season at home alive today as they rolled over the Savannah State Tigers, 82-37. The Huskers improved their record to 7-2 on the season, and posted the largest margin of defeat in the Doc Sadler era...

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FB: Alberts Not Planning on ReturnEdit

Trev Alberts, a former linebacker for Nebraska, put to rest rumors on Monday that he might be returning to Nebraska. Alberts said that he had met with head coach Bo Pelini about possibly having a job with the team. Speculation and rumor pointed to him perhaps holding a position as associate athletic director...

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December 10, 2007Edit

FB: Witt Arrested at University DormEdit

Patrick Witt, a redshirt freshman for the '07 football team, was arrested Sunday at Smith Hall on campus. Witt, 18, was lodged in jail in Lincoln on counts of disturbing the peace, trespassing, third-degree assault, minor in possession and possession of a fake ID...

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December 09, 2007Edit

FB: Huskers Honor Graduating Class and Award WinnersEdit

The 2007 Cornhusker Football Team honored the twenty-nine graduating players Saturday the 8th, at the Embassy Suites in Lincoln. In addition to the honored seniors, eight awards were handed out to Husker players as well....

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VB: Huskers Fall to Cal in Regional TournamentEdit

The 2007 Cornhusker Volleyball Team's dreams of back-to-back national championships were ended last night. The #2 ranked Huskers team lost in a close match to Cal, with scores of 30-28, 31-29 and 30-26. The Huskers finished the season with a 30-2 record, led by the culmination of four seniors remarkable careers...

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MBB: Huskers Run Past RutgersEdit

Led by three players in double figures, the Nebraska men's basketball team used a 24-4 run before and after the halftime break to cruise past visiting Rutgers, 63-51, Sunday afternoon at the Bob Devaney Sports Center....

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