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Jim Mowbray's Perry Mason moment didn't come the day the Nebraska Supreme Court sided with him in 2008 and found that Nebraska's electric chair was cruel and unusual punishment.
No one is expecting it all in Year 1 of the Mike Riley era, yet the quest for Husker football to get back to the front of the line is real and that process begins with a fresh start, and plenty of hope for a promising future.
The story of the dress begins here.
On the surface, it was a far different project for Mike Riley when he first took over his last program. But the guiding philosophy used then in Corvallis could apply now in Lincoln.
When Ahman Green cooks dinner for his family, he starts at the refrigerator instead of a cookbook.
Lincoln City Council members at odds with each other and Mayor Chris Beutler over proposed reductions to the mayor’s budget aren’t likely to find a compromise by the time the council votes on the budget Monday night.
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Councilman Roy Christensen, who shook things up in the city budget process last week by proposing a 1-cent cut in the city property tax rate, had this to say to critics of his timing.
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- 1 'Good Samaritan' law for underage drinkers goes into effect
- 2 Steven M. Sipple: Could Huskers at least return to mid-'80s form?
- 3 Husker football 2015 preview: Flying into the Riley era at 88 mph
- 4 NU cornerbacks face tall task from BYU
- 5 Fall camp wrap: A final review as game week arrives
- 6 Red Report: Armstrong's work ethic has been at highest level, Riley says
- 7 West O Street manhunt ends in arrest
- 8 UNL students accused of break-in at fraternity
- 9 Soccer complex reviewing gameplan after setbacks
- 10 Building a foundation: Recalling Riley's first years as a college head coach