Nebraska's newest football commit for the 2015 recruiting class is the kind of wide receiver who can do damage all over the field.

Wayne State coach Chris Kielsmeier announced Wednesday that Sadie Murren will transfer from Nebraska and play her final two seasons with the Wildcats.
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2013 college football preview
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Husker Signing Day 2013
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Husker turnovers: A slippery slope
Bo Pelini has coached 68 games at Nebraska. When NUís turnover margin is positive or even, the Huskers are 35-2. When they lose the turnover battle, theyíre 13-18. Why hasnít Nebraska joined the nationís elite? More than anything, itís turnovers.
Interactive: Bo Pelini's contract
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Interactive: Darin Erstad's contract (2012)
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Interactive: Tim Miles' contract
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Husker Recruiting: Changes shrink NU's sphere of influence
For decades, the Great Plains represented fertile recruiting ground for Tom Osborne's football program. Restoring that lost tradition won't be easy.
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Husker Talk Live: Replay
Replay Tuesday's "Husker Talk Live" chat with World-Herald staff writer Sam McKewon to track the spring football discussion and more.
BASKETBALL
In search of post presence, Huskers hope to land former Hoya
No breaking news came out of Nebraska's weekend of basketball recruiting visits, but those with knowledge of the events expressed hope of decisions coming soon.
VOLLEYBALL
Staying close to home is best move for Allick
From Japan to Texas to Iowa, and finally, to Lincoln, the Allick family had built the tight-knit bonds of a military family regularly on the move. So when their oldest daughter had college volleyball scholarship offers all over the country, Sarah Allick decided no more uprooting.
SOFTBALL
Huskers’ Knighten, Lockman earn conference honors
Nebraska’s Marjani Knighten and Emily Lockman both earned Big Ten weekly honors Monday, with Knighten taking freshman of the week and Lockman getting pitcher of the week.
LIVE CHAT
Lunch with Tom: Replay
Hungry for some sports chat? Replay “Lunch with Tom” with sports columnist Tom Shatel in which he discusses the latest sports headlines.
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McKewon: Serious contender looms behind spring game comedy curtain
This 2014 club is perhaps closest to the 2009 unit that nearly took down Texas in Cowboys Stadium, Sam McKewon writes.
BASKETBALL
Hooper not sure what to expect with WNBA draft
As of Saturday afternoon, former Nebraska women’s basketball star Jordan Hooper wasn’t quite sure where she’d watch Monday’s WNBA draft.
BASEBALL
Huskers sweep Gophers for sixth straight Big Ten win
Nebraska swept Minnesota with another late rally Sunday, scoring the winning run on Steven Reveles' 10th-inning single for a 3-2 win.
FOOTBALL
Big Ten baptism by fire for Rutgers
A four-game stretch that includes Nebraska will test Rutgers in the team’s first season in the conference.
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Backup I-back, playful Pelini steal spring game show
Nebraska junior I-back Imani Cross and the play of backup quarterbacks Ryker Fyfe and Johnny Stanton highlighted Saturday's spring game — after the latest twist in an ongoing gag between coach Bo Pelini and his Twitter doppleganger upstaged the game.
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Shatel: Plenty of good vibes, from coach to quarterbacks
NU's final spring practice Saturday brought some positive vibes that should carry through spring and into late summer.
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Huskers drilled all spring on fundamentals of bringing back kicks
Nebraska's kick return game was out of sight at Saturday's Red-White football scrimmage, but don't think that key element of the sport has been out of mind this spring.
BASEBALL
DeLeon tosses another complete game as Huskers win
Nebraska senior Christian DeLeon went the distance for the second straight week in a 5-2 win over Minnesota on Saturday.
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Walk-on QB Ryker Fyfe takes advantage of playing time
“I knew this was my spring where I've got to make some noise,” Ryker Fyfe said. “I knew coming in that this would be the spring where I had to prove myself.”
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Jim Molinari leaves 'great security' of Western Illinois because of Miles' vision
Jim Molinari has been brought on board as an assistant coach with the Husker men's basketball program, Nebraska coach Tim Miles announced Friday.
BOWLING
Huskers fall to Bearkats in NCAA championship
The Nebraska women's bowling team fell short of its fifth NCAA championship Saturday, losing 4-2 to Sam Houston State in the final.
FOOTBALL
Five likes, five concerns at the Husker spring game
World-Herald staff writers Rich Kaipust and Dirk Chatelain break down the five things they liked — and five things to be concerned about — coming out of the Nebraska Red-White game.
FOOTBALL
From the sidelines: Star LBs visit from Texas, California; Sirles gets happy answer
Former Husker offensive tackle Jeremiah Sirles took a break from a punt, pass and kick competition to propose to girlfriend Emma Stevens, a former Husker soccer goalie.
FOOTBALL
Notes: Pelini expects freshman Drew Brown to challenge for field-goal job
Junior kicker Mauro Bondi has had better days. He missed an extra point and an 18-yard field goal Saturday. Though Bondi has been one of the nation's best kickoff specialists — his 48 touchbacks ranked sixth in the nation last year — coach Bo Pelini said Bondi struggled with field-goal kicking in spring camp.
TRACK AND FIELD
Huskers win 27 events at home quadrangular
Nebraska track and field athletes won 27 events Saturday at the Nebraska Quadrangular meet.
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