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Bob Newton, Offensive Line

LaMirada, California

  • 1969–As a junior college transfer he starred immediately on the offensive line for a Husker team that went 9-2 with a bowl win over Georgia.
  • 1970–He was an All-American at Nebraska and was named the Big 8 Lineman of the Week 4 times for a team that won the National Champinship.
  • He was drafted in the 3rd round and had an 11-year NFL career with the Chicago Bears and the Seattle Seahawks.


Guy Ingles, Split End

Omaha, Nebraska

  • 1968–As a sophomore he had 14 catches for 146 yards for Nebraska.
  • 1969–He had 30 catches for 463 yards and 3 touchdowns for the Huskers.
  • 1970–On a National Championship squad, he led the team with 8 TD receptions while making 38 catches for 672 yards.
  • Was an assistant coach at Nebraska from 1971-1978.


Dan Schneiss, Fullback

West Bend, Wisconsin

  • 1968–As a sophomore reserve at Nebraska he rushed for over 100 yards.
  • 1969–He rushed for over 400 yards averaging over 5 yards a carry and had 20 receptions for over 200 yards for the Huskers.
  • 1970–A team captain he rushed for 327 yards and 2 touchdowns and added 20 receptions with 2 touchdowns. He had a key reception between four Oklahoma defenders inside the 5-yard line in the 4th quarter to set-up the winning touchdown.
  • A 1971 NFL Draft pick of the New England Patriots
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