Teamer leaves. Others must now step up

Head coach Bill Callahan issued a statement concerning the departure of Junior, Brandon Teamer. Now, the question is, what effect will that have on Nebraska? They return two starters, but is that enough and what chance do the newcomers have now with one of NU's potential star DTs leaving?
February 22, 2005

Future Husker, Brandon Teamer

Another commit, another in-state kid goes to Nebraska. Yeah, it has been said before, but each young man that makes this walk, does so from his own unique perspective. A perspective most of us can't comprehend, but relish in reading about each time it happens. And, to each Nebraska native that becomes a Husker, they live the dream and we live it with them, cheering them on because of all the Huskers that play, it's these in-state kids that have bled scarlet possibly since they were born.
August 8, 2002

Omaha Central Lineman commits

Omaha Central has put out some great football players over the years. Leodis Flowers, Joe Orduna, Keith Jones, Ahman Green, Calvin Jones and of course, Gayle Sayers. Running Back High as Central has become to be known, they have put their share on the Husker grid iron and beyond. Lately though, recruits are coming out of Central that are doing their best to change that reputation. Lineman, Brandon Teamer will be the next Central standout to try.
June 27, 2002

Iowa Offers Omaha Central DT Brandon Teamer

Omaha Central has produced a few Divison One prospects in the past few years, including RB's Ja'Maine Billups and David Horne. Although the Hawks were in the hunt on both of those prospects, they were not able to cash in the prizes of the acclaimed prospects. During the Fry era, Iowa coaches convinced Central prep All Americans Larry Station and Sean Ridley to matriculate in Iowa City. Could DT Brandon Teamer be the next impact Nebraska prospect Iowa is able to pull away from the Husker glory?
June 17, 2002