October 29, 2007

Nebraska: Apparently, It Gets Worse

Nebraska started the 2007 season touting its depth at quarterback, excited about the four-man race for the starting spot that had former Arizona State standout Sam Keller as a participant. A lot has changed since then, to say the least, and yet another nail was hammered into the coffin of this Huskers season when the team released on Monday that Keller will miss the rest of the season with a shoulder injury.

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September 18, 2007

Nebraska: Down And Out

Nebraska lost a lot to USC last Saturday - a high ranking, momentum and offensive lineman Andy Christensen. The junior will miss the remainder of the season with a left knee injury sustained in the game, but coach Bill Callahan has not given any more details or specifics on the diagnosis. Christensen was one of the most experienced linemen on the Huskers' roster, having started six of last season's final eight games. Callahan said that Christensen is the only player that has been ruled out of this Saturday's matchup with Ball State, but did not discuss who might replace the 6-foot-3, 305-pound lineman.


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