The University of Nebraska athletic department is excited to announce an enhanced website that will allow Husker fans even more access to the Husker football program. On Wednesday, April 7, www.CoachCallahan.com, will be launched with the primary focus on the Huskers' first-year head coach Bill Callahan.

"> The University of Nebraska athletic department is excited to announce an enhanced website that will allow Husker fans even more access to the Husker football program. On Wednesday, April 7, www.CoachCallahan.com, will be launched with the primary focus on the Huskers' first-year head coach Bill Callahan.

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NU Athletic Department Launches CoachCallahan.com

<P><FONT face="Arial" size="2">The University of Nebraska athletic department is excited to announce an enhanced website that will allow Husker fans even more access to the Husker football program. On Wednesday, April 7, <A href="http://www.CoachCallahan.com"><FONT color="#0000ff">www.CoachCallahan.com</FONT></A>, will be launched with the primary focus on the Huskers' first-year head coach Bill Callahan.</FONT></P>

The interactive website allows users to get an in depth look into Coach Callahan's program including behind-the-scenes access to players and coaches. Features include a weekly column by head coach Bill Callahan during the season as well periodic columns during the off-season. The site will also feature columns written by his wife, Valerie Callahan, giving Husker fans a different perspective on college football.

Other features include links to Coach Callahan's charitable partners, team events and Husker appearances in the community. The site will allow fans to receive information on Big Red Football Camp, Nebraska Football Coaches Clinic, Fantasy Football Camp, Husker Football 101 for Women and other sponsored events.

In addition, fans can submit questions about the program for Coach Callahan to answer on a weekly basis.

The free site, which can also be accessed from Huskers.com, is sponsored and maintained by the NU athletic department.

 


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