Record-Setters Return in 2000
Several NU individual and team records
were set last season, including the
following Husker record holders who
return in 2000.
Eric Crouch...Crouch set several records
last season, including most rushing
attempts in a game for a Husker
quarterback with 27 vs. KSU (previous
record, 25, John Bordogna vs. KSU, 1952);
most rushing attempts in a season for a
Husker QB with 180 (previous, 176, Scott
Frost, 1997); scoring via run/pass/
reception in a game with one TD each, all
in second quarter, vs. California (tied
Johnny Rodgers, 1973 Orange Bowl); and
best sophomore total-offense yardage
performance with 2,158 (previous record,
1,958, Dave Humm, 1972).
Dan Hadenfeldt...Hadenfeldt broke the
school season punting record last year
averaging 44.98 yards per punt. He also
had the best single-game punting average
vs. Colorado with 57.6 average (previous
record, 57.33 by Dennis Claridge vs.
Syracuse, Oct. 14, 1961).
Dominic Raiola...Raiola totaled the most
pancakes (knock-down blocks) in a season
with 140 last year and had the best pancake
average per game with 11.67 (previous
records were held by Aaron Taylor with 135
in 12 games in 1997, 11.64 average).
Kyle Vanden Bosch...A nightmare to opponent
kickers, Vanden Bosch set a school record
for most blocked field goals in a game with
two vs. Texas A&M and now owns the record
for most blocked field goals in a season
with three (previous record was two by
Dave Butterfield in 1976).
Tracey Wistrom...As a sophomore, Wistrom
posted the best yards per reception season
average with 26.8 yards per catch (previous
record, 25.64, Johnny Mitchell, 1990).