A daily dose of what’s new in Husker Nation from Monday through Friday:
- Eric Crouch’s name is now on the College Football Hall of Fame’s ballot, but the former Heisman Trophy winner thinks Frazier’s time in the spotlight is long overdue. Former North Carolina defensive back Michael Felder agrees.
- Former Husker DeAngelo Evans, a Notre Dame decommitment, recalls his roller-coaster recruiting cycle.
- Nebraska baseball’s last regular season game at Haymarket Park has arrived. The Huskers play host to Wichita State (32-22) in what could be an excellent tune up for the Big Ten tournament.
- One 93-yard run helped give birth to one of the most explosive offenses that fans in Lincoln, or across the nation, would ever see in Turner Gill, Mike Rozier and Irving Fryar.
- The Green Bay Packers are giving former Husker Curenski Gilleylen an opportunity to try out for The League.
- After falling short of an berth in the Olympics, former Husker and two-time All-American grappler Justin Ruiz is set to retire.
- While costs continue to rise, Nebraska athletics remains in the black.
- Texas A&M bested Nebraska for the opportunity of having ESPN’s GameDay crew come to town, but if the Aggies had failed, the result may have looked something like this.